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

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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.

<EDIT> I give up trying to paste the tables in. Check this link http://www.basketball-reference.com/pla ... 01&y3=2013

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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Post#456 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 2:01 pm by M-C-G

The point with Morrow is he won't cost you a first round pick, he won't even cost you Moute and he has shown that he can be an efficient scorer when starting. You would be banking on his drop off coming from the system in NJ when they drafted Brooks and gave him 29 minutes a game. And then you have to bank on the drop off in Atlanta was being hurt.

If he returns to form, you have a Dunleavy esque shooter, that won't cost that much. I mean his TS% his first three years; 59%, 60% 57%....since 53%, 53% and his 3PT%, 47%, 46%, 42%, 37%, 40%

I'm just saying it is worth the risk over paying for Reddick at 10M or Ellis at 11M.

The real guy I want is Danny Green, if we are looking for a young SG that is efficient and could break out with a bigger role.
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Post#457 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 2:15 pm by ampd

step3profit wrote: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.


I don't want Morrow in order to start him. We lack guys than can shoot the 3 and he is a .425 career 3 point shooter. He is also decent off screens. We have exactly 1 guy who is any good at those things. Having 2 would allow us to play some more versatile lineups, and also provide a little insurance against injury/ineffectiveness.
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Post#458 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 2:27 pm by NerfBaller

I just posted this in the Smith thread:

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On @Bucks trade rumors front, hearing Josh Smith is long shot & J.J. Redick talks are over. #Bucks reluctant to trade 1st round pick #Bucks
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Post#459 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 2:31 pm by JayMKE

How exactly is Redick SO much better than Morrow? Morrow isn't play much this year but he's every bit the spot up shooter Redick is and at the fraction of the price.
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Post#460 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 2:41 pm by Ayt

JayMKE wrote:How exactly is Redick SO much better than Morrow? Morrow isn't play much this year but he's every bit the spot up shooter Redick is and at the fraction of the price.


Redick is more than just a spot up shooter. It is like you've never seen him play.
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Post#461 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 2:46 pm by JayMKE

a spot up shooter than can pass okay

Morrow is much bigger and longer tho, I'd much rather have him on the cheap than Redick at $10 mil
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Post#462 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 2:48 pm by Wiscfan92

Redick is high as hell if he thinks he deserves $10m a year. That report made me laugh
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Post#463 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 2:49 pm by James1980

I agree with PP, I'd trade Moute and a first for Afflalo, but not Redick.
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Post#464 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 2:51 pm by Godgers

I dont want to give up a 1st for Redick because its pointless since we have such a sh!ty team and will get swept in the 1st round of the playoffs if we even make it as a 8th seed.

That being said its amazing how little some people know yet they post away crap on the forums. Why dont you take the time of 5 minutes and go watch some youtube video of Redick this season. Get a sense of his game. Than come back and post.
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Post#465 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 2:55 pm by Ayt

People. Redick isn't going to get paid 10M. He'll likely get around 7M. 3 years, 21M would be my guess.
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Post#466 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 2:58 pm by DocHoliday

Ayt wrote:People. Redick isn't going to get paid 10M. He'll likely get around 7M. 3 years, 21M would be my guess.

At worst I'd bet he gets the full MLE, but I'd bet he gets more from some team.
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Post#467 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 2:58 pm by JayMKE

Ayt wrote:People. Redick isn't going to get paid 10M. He'll likely get around 7M. 3 years, 21M would be my guess.


He's getting paid 6 mil right now, I can see how he thinks he'll get 10. 7 is on the low end and who does Milwaukee sign on the low end?
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Post#468 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 3:05 pm by ReasonablySober

Ersan Ilyasova, Mike Dunleavy, LRMAM.
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Post#469 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 3:14 pm by EastSideBucksFan

You would think Moute & 1st would be interesting to the Clippers for Bledsoe.

That's a deal I'd have no problem giving up a 1st.

Moute would be a great asset for that team.
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Post#470 Re: CBS: Deal on the table: LRMAM, 1st for Re
Wed Feb 20, 2013 3:30 pm by DocHoliday

EastSideBucksFan wrote:You would think Moute & 1st would be interesting to the Clippers for Bledsoe.

That's a deal I'd have no problem giving up a 1st.

Moute would be a great asset for that team.


Moute, Dunleavy, Dalembert, Udrih, Udoh, 1st, they can have their pick of any of those player(s)+pick combo if we get Bledsoe+ back.
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