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CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Redick.

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Post#436 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 11:34 am by JayMKE

JJ wants 4 years 40 million? Oh my god...

no wonder Jennings wants the max
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Post#437 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 11:46 am by Thunder Muscle

paulpressey25 wrote:Bogut was angling for Moute to be in Golden State after he got dealt there. If Klay is on the table, Moute plus our first for Klay could get things started.


This would be kind of funny from a board reaction. Would they be happy that we traded for a young big solid SG? OR would they be livid at Hammond b/c he could've picked Klay 2 years ago and now we had to give up a pick to get him here? I'm guessing the latter here. :)

I'd be for that move though.
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Post#438 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 11:48 am by Wooderson

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paulpressey25 wrote:Bogut was angling for Moute to be in Golden State after he got dealt there. If Klay is on the table, Moute plus our first for Klay could get things started.


This would be kind of funny from a board reaction. Would they be happy that we traded for a young big solid SG? OR would they be livid at Hammond b/c he could've picked Klay 2 years ago and now we had to give up a pick to get him here? I'm guessing the latter here. :)


But we got 2 months of Stephen Jackson instead of Klay! Totally worth it.
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Post#439 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 11:55 am by JayMKE

I don't think there is any way for Redick to succeed in Milwaukee if we give up 1st and have to pay him $10 mil. He'll be the most hated Buck by this board. The new whipping boy. 1st impressions are really important.
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Post#440 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 12:14 pm by HurricaneKid

This is why "expirings" are so overrated. You aren't JUST paying for a rental (with a solid draft pick), you are essentially committing to paying free agency money in the future. I would love to have Redick shooting corner 3s for the Bucks but not for 10 damn million dollars a year. ON TOP OF OUR FIRST.
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Post#441 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 12:18 pm by JayMKE

Orlando fans are probably just as delusional JJ Redick btw, reading their trade speculation thread. They seriously think they get 1sts and young players for 3 months of Redick. I think I saw Evan Turner + a 1st. Most aren't even happy with Moute + a 1st. They are even worse than the Monta GSW fans.
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Post#442 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 12:21 pm by emunney

HurricaneKid wrote:This is why "expirings" are so overrated. You aren't JUST paying for a rental (with a solid draft pick), you are essentially committing to paying free agency money in the future. I would love to have Redick shooting corner 3s for the Bucks but not for 10 damn million dollars a year. ON TOP OF OUR FIRST.


Huh? Expiring contracts have value to teams who want to shed salary in the following year -- they have value expressly because the team that wants them will not be committed to paying them beyond that year. Since that's not why we'd be getting Redick, nobody is trumpeting his expiring contract as added value.
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Post#443 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 12:53 pm by DocHoliday

http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nb ... e/1932729/

The Bucks are active. General manager John Hammond plays the laid-back, gee-shucks Midwesterner. But he likes the trade game. He has shown an interest in Orlando Magic shooting guard J.J. Redick, but the Magic are not enamored yet with anything the Bucks have offered.

Bucks forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute is one option, but Orlando does not like his contract.
But the Magic aren't interested in the remainder of Mbah a Moute's contract – two years, $8.97 million. There is also interest around the league in Bucks center Ekpe Udoh, who is still on his rookie deal.

The Magic have wanted to know Redick's future price. Hoping for a hometown discount, Orlando is not willing to pay much above what he makes now ($6.19 million this season), and Redick wants a significant raise – close to $10 million a season. Orlando continues to take calls on Redick's availability, and the Magic are looking for at least a first-round pick.
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Post#444 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 12:54 pm by JayMKE

They seriously want more than Moute and a 1st. Is there another player more overrated than JJ Redick? It's like he's at Duke all over again. I honestly cannot believe this is even being discussed, the guy is not a starter in this league and he's nearing 30 AND he's an UFA.
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Post#445 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:05 pm by HaroldinGMinor

I read that as they want a first round pick - not a player AND a first round pick.
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Post#446 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:17 pm by DocHoliday

HaroldinGMinor wrote:I read that as they want a first round pick - not a player AND a first round pick.


Redick makes 6+mil they have to take a player back, what they want is a pick and an expiring contract
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Post#447 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:24 pm by JEIS

DocHoliday wrote:
HaroldinGMinor wrote:I read that as they want a first round pick - not a player AND a first round pick.


Redick makes 6+mil they have to take a player back, what they want is a pick and an expiring contract



Fat Sam and a pick?
Beno and a Pick?
MJD and Przy and a pick?
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Post#448 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:25 pm by paulpressey25

I don't understand why Afflalo's name doesn't come up unless the Magic consider it a non starter.

Would much rather overpay for him. Bigger, more athletic, under contract.
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Post#449 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:28 pm by WEFFPIM

JayMKE wrote:They seriously want more than Moute and a 1st. Is there another player more overrated than JJ Redick? It's like he's at Duke all over again. I honestly cannot believe this is even being discussed, the guy is not a starter in this league and he's nearing 30 AND he's an UFA.


I feel like you're underrating Redick a lot more than people are overrating him.
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Post#450 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:34 pm by RandyBreuer

paulpressey25 wrote:I don't understand why Afflalo's name doesn't come up unless the Magic consider it a non starter.

Would much rather overpay for him. Bigger, more athletic, under contract.



Agreed, I think the Magic should trade both as well as Nelson. Get the most ping pong balls and have the most cap room. Orlando can win in free agency where as we can't. Fresh from the Magic board...

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Post#451 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:40 pm by mcfromage

Where is this Klay Thompson stuff coming from? Seems foolish of GSW to dangle him.
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Post#452 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:43 pm by step3profit

mcfromage wrote:Where is this Klay Thompson stuff coming from? Seems foolish of GSW to dangle him.


I'm not sure about Klay any more. I have watched him several times this season and he's not been impressing me. I don't like his D, he doesn't really seem to anticipate plays very well on offense or defense.. he does, of course, shoot the hell out of the ball, but it seems that is all he does, and even then, his percentage isn't great. I really get the 'sitting around waiting for my turn to shoot and be a star' vibe from him over the 10ish games I've watched.

I wouldn't give a ton for him.. a mid first, sure, or a guy like LRMAM.. but not both.
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Post#453 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:45 pm by M-C-G

paulpressey25 wrote:I don't understand why Afflalo's name doesn't come up unless the Magic consider it a non starter.

Would much rather overpay for him. Bigger, more athletic, under contract.


This is what I don't get. You have the Bucks looking at Reddick, and the fans want Affalo, or you can basically just get a slightly less equivalent for much cheaper, and younger in the offseason. Anthony Morrow is the guy we should be targeting. Him and Dunleavy give us a nice combo next year, and my guess is that both will outperform their contracts assuming Dun signs something similar to two years ago.

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Affalo and Reddick are better playmakers, but I don't think we need Morrow to do that for us. And I can only assume Morrow is the least capable defensively of the group, but I think he would be a team upgrade over Ellis D.
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Post#454 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:47 pm by JHSFIVE

yeah i dont get that either
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Post#455 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 1:49 pm by step3profit

Also not sure about the Morrow love we are seeing around here. He's never been more than a part time starter on a bad team, and even that role, he would lose out to other players who eventually start in front of him.

The grass is always greener, especially when your starting 2 shoots under 30% from 3, but let's not get too wacky here.
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