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Re: ORL/LAC 

Post#16 » by MagicFan32 » Fri Nov 16, 2012 9:12 am

Clippers are NOT moving Bledsoe til CP3 is inked
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Re: ORL/LAC 

Post#17 » by Dub_Sax » Fri Nov 16, 2012 10:36 am

MagicFan32 wrote:Clippers are NOT moving Bledsoe til CP3 is inked


Fine! We can revisit this AFTER CP3 signs then.. I mean, other than the Knicks, I really dont see him going anywhere else anyway.
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Re: ORL/LAC 

Post#18 » by KingRobb02 » Fri Nov 16, 2012 2:26 pm

Dub_Sax wrote:
MagicFan32 wrote:Clippers are NOT moving Bledsoe til CP3 is inked


Fine! We can revisit this AFTER CP3 signs then.. I mean, other than the Knicks, I really dont see him going anywhere else anyway.


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Re: ORL/LAC 

Post#19 » by BadMofoPimp » Fri Nov 16, 2012 3:12 pm

Can't see Clips trading their starting defensive minded center for BBD. I doubt they would do Bledsoe for JJ unless there is much sweetener.

Also, I remember quite a few people on RealGM thinking LeBron going to Miami. The reason being Wade wasn't going to leave Miami and those two really wanted to play together.
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Re: ORL/LAC 

Post#20 » by drsd » Fri Nov 16, 2012 3:14 pm

Bensational wrote:i could see a JJ for Bledsoe + fillers deal going down.


This makes sense only if GM Hennigan imagines that Bledsoe is a long-term starter at PG. Most project this kid as a combo guard, and said players are usually bench guys.

Still there are not really options for Orlando going forward at the PG slot, and this might be the type of gamble GM Hennigan needs to make.

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Re: ORL/LAC 

Post#21 » by G-Heel » Fri Nov 16, 2012 11:04 pm

I'd give BBD for a bag of cheetos
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Post#22 » by SmiteaDwight » Sat Nov 17, 2012 12:17 am

drsd wrote:
Bensational wrote:i could see a JJ for Bledsoe + fillers deal going down.


This makes sense only if GM Hennigan imagines that Bledsoe is a long-term starter at PG. Most project this kid as a combo guard, and said players are usually bench guys.

Still there are not really options for Orlando going forward at the PG slot, and this might be the type of gamble GM Hennigan needs to make.

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They're calling Bledsoe "mini Lebron" now because of his incredible athleticism and physicality. While I would agree the Clippers have a surplus of rotation caliber guards who are ball dominant, they can net much better than JJ for Bledsoe if they were to trade him.
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Re: ORL/LAC 

Post#23 » by Reverse_Angle » Sat Nov 17, 2012 1:40 am

SmiteaDwight wrote:
drsd wrote:
Bensational wrote:i could see a JJ for Bledsoe + fillers deal going down.


This makes sense only if GM Hennigan imagines that Bledsoe is a long-term starter at PG. Most project this kid as a combo guard, and said players are usually bench guys.

Still there are not really options for Orlando going forward at the PG slot, and this might be the type of gamble GM Hennigan needs to make.

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They're calling Bledsoe "mini Lebron" now because of his incredible athleticism and physicality. While I would agree the Clippers have a surplus of rotation caliber guards who are ball dominant, they can net much better than JJ for Bledsoe if they were to trade him.


not necessarily. there are not many teams that needs a guard like him, especially the current contenders.
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Re: ORL/LAC 

Post#24 » by MagicalMe » Sun Nov 18, 2012 11:40 am

JJ for Bledsoe with Jameer going to the 3rd party to get something for LAC?
We give our PG position to Bledsoe/Moore, but not sure i'd want to trade JJ the way he's playing this year..
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Re: ORL/LAC 

Post#25 » by Catledge » Tue Nov 20, 2012 12:20 am

MagicalMe wrote:JJ for Bledsoe with Jameer going to the 3rd party to get something for LAC?
We give our PG position to Bledsoe/Moore, but not sure i'd want to trade JJ the way he's playing this year..


I don't know what reason there is to think that the Clips are looking to unload Bledsoe, but I would do that deal in a heartbeat.

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