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Re: Redick receiving interest from teams 

Post#91 » by NickAnderson » Tue Jan 15, 2013 1:45 pm

tiderulz wrote:would anyone consider a Wilson Chandler for Redick swap? Chandler played very well when given burn, but seems to have fallen behind Gallinari. He can play SG and SF, is locked in at $6mil+ over the next 3 years, and he is only 25.


Hell yes I would.
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Re: Redick receiving interest from teams 

Post#92 » by tiderulz » Tue Jan 15, 2013 2:52 pm

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tiderulz wrote:would anyone consider a Wilson Chandler for Redick swap? Chandler played very well when given burn, but seems to have fallen behind Gallinari. He can play SG and SF, is locked in at $6mil+ over the next 3 years, and he is only 25.


Why would Orlando trade Jonathan for a career back-up SF?


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He was a starter in NY for 3 years. He can legitimately play both wing positions, is a good (not great but good) defender.

Or since you are wanting to go that way. Why wouldnt Orlando trade a career backup SG for a starting SF?
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Re: Redick receiving interest from teams 

Post#93 » by MoMM » Tue Jan 15, 2013 6:59 pm

drsd wrote:
tiderulz wrote:would anyone consider a Wilson Chandler for Redick swap? Chandler played very well when given burn, but seems to have fallen behind Gallinari. He can play SG and SF, is locked in at $6mil+ over the next 3 years, and he is only 25.


Why would Orlando trade Jonathan for a career back-up SF?


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Because JJ is a carrer backup SG and we need a SF?
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Re: Redick receiving interest from teams 

Post#94 » by T-Cat » Tue Jan 15, 2013 7:02 pm

I Hear Orlando is interested in Rudy Gay...why not make a deal and get Iggy from Denver

Redick/Davis for Iggy.

He is a better overall player that can help us out defensively, and has a shorter contract than Gay.

IMO Henny has to have a plan in my to want to acquire. a Rudy Gay type. talent,
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Post#95 » by tiderulz » Tue Jan 15, 2013 7:08 pm

T-Cat wrote:I Hear Orlando is interested in Rudy Gay...why not make a deal and get Iggy from Denver

Redick/Davis for Iggy


trading 2 good players for 1 good player is not good :D
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Post#96 » by woosah » Tue Jan 15, 2013 7:08 pm

freespirit9 wrote:Redick is going no where.book it. Its beyond basketball.

This community has been through much abuse and betrayal over the last year. You dont think they will fight to keep our most valuable player that WANTS to retire here.


That's cute.

He will be 29 this summer and this could be his last big contract. He will be looking to get paid in the best situation possible. I wish it could be here, but he deserves his payday and i would understand if he leaves.
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Re: Redick receiving interest from teams 

Post#97 » by T-Cat » Tue Jan 15, 2013 7:27 pm

tiderulz wrote:
T-Cat wrote:I Hear Orlando is interested in Rudy Gay...why not make a deal and get Iggy from Denver

Redick/Davis for Iggy


trading 2 good players for 1 good player is not good :D


Good point but neither of them has all star potential like Iggy an d. Davis trade value has dropped since the injury
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Post#98 » by MagicHolland » Tue Jan 15, 2013 7:49 pm

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patrol345 wrote:Would a package of Jordan hamilton, and a 2013 first from denver interest orlando for redick? Denver needs his shooting worse than anyone.


Denver cannot trade it's 2013 pick. Denver owes ORL it's 2014 pick or NYK's 2014 pick, whichever is worse. Because there is a possibility that DEN's 2014 pick will be worse, the CBA rule preventing a team from trading its first round pick two years in a row kicks in.


I don't think that's right. Denver will have a 2014 draftpick, it does not matter if it's their own pick or someone elses. So yeah in that case they could still trade this years pick!
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Post#99 » by Bensational » Tue Jan 15, 2013 8:14 pm

i would certainly trade for W.Chandler. dude is the exact kind of player that can only raise his value (and he's shown flashes of performing at a much higher level than what he is paid).
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Re: Redick receiving interest from teams 

Post#100 » by Cigamodnalro » Tue Jan 15, 2013 10:16 pm

MagicHolland wrote:
Cigamodnalro wrote:
patrol345 wrote:Would a package of Jordan hamilton, and a 2013 first from denver interest orlando for redick? Denver needs his shooting worse than anyone.


Denver cannot trade it's 2013 pick. Denver owes ORL it's 2014 pick or NYK's 2014 pick, whichever is worse. Because there is a possibility that DEN's 2014 pick will be worse, the CBA rule preventing a team from trading its first round pick two years in a row kicks in.


I don't think that's right. Denver will have a 2014 draftpick, it does not matter if it's their own pick or someone elses. So yeah in that case they could still trade this years pick!


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Re: Redick receiving interest from teams 

Post#101 » by claudio-br » Tue Jan 15, 2013 11:01 pm

Chandler - Redick swap would be cool

We would have to clear up cap space and also make sure our rookies would still get playing time and that would work fine.
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Post#102 » by CourtsideTV » Wed Jan 16, 2013 12:57 am

pretty sure chandler has chemistry with afflao in denver. would be a good move.
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Post#103 » by Viper1500 » Wed Jan 16, 2013 3:47 am

CourtsideTV wrote:pretty sure chandler has chemistry with afflao in denver. would be a good move.

It makes a lot of sense and I don't think it makes us too good to compete for top draft picks either.
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Post#104 » by tiderulz » Wed Jan 16, 2013 10:37 am

T-Cat wrote:
tiderulz wrote:
T-Cat wrote:I Hear Orlando is interested in Rudy Gay...why not make a deal and get Iggy from Denver

Redick/Davis for Iggy


trading 2 good players for 1 good player is not good :D


Good point but neither of them has all star potential like Iggy an d. Davis trade value has dropped since the injury


13 ppg on a team lacking a true star, Iggy is a good defender and passer, but I dont see him as an all-star anymore.
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Post#105 » by tiderulz » Wed Jan 16, 2013 10:39 am

claudio-br wrote:Chandler - Redick swap would be cool

We would have to clear up cap space and also make sure our rookies would still get playing time and that would work fine.


i think Redick and Chandler make close enough that no real cap space moves need to be done. And Chandler could get burn at SF and let us sit Turk. Chandler could probably teach Harkless some stuff too as he worked his way into being a pretty decent player and is still young.
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Post#106 » by londoncollin » Wed Jan 16, 2013 11:09 am

If we wanted Iggy we would have gotten him in the Howard trade.
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Post#107 » by drsd » Fri Jan 18, 2013 12:04 pm

Lots of buzz on a Redick for Derrick Williams deal. I do not fully see the point. Orlando has loads of PFs. Williams is an asset and trading up in size and for youth is always a good idea. But this would simply be a step for other, future trades.

Thoughts on Redick for Williams?

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Post#108 » by tiderulz » Fri Jan 18, 2013 12:27 pm

drsd wrote:Lots of buzz on a Redick for Derrick Williams deal. I do not fully see the point. Orlando has loads of PFs. Williams is an asset and trading up in size and for youth is always a good idea. But this would simply be a step for other, future trades.

Thoughts on Redick for Williams?

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been mentioned a lot in the past few months. Many people here arent believers in Williams, a few are. Many believe that Williams would have to be combined with a 1st to trade for Redick. Not sure whether Minnesota would believe that for an expiring FA Redick.
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Post#109 » by applash » Fri Jan 18, 2013 2:40 pm

tiderulz wrote:
been mentioned a lot in the past few months. Many people here arent believers in Williams, a few are. Many believe that Williams would have to be combined with a 1st to trade for Redick. Not sure whether Minnesota would believe that for an expiring FA Redick.


He has already said he will sign where the money is. If Minny offers it I doubt he refuses.
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Re: Redick receiving interest from teams 

Post#110 » by tiderulz » Fri Jan 18, 2013 2:44 pm

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tiderulz wrote:
been mentioned a lot in the past few months. Many people here arent believers in Williams, a few are. Many believe that Williams would have to be combined with a 1st to trade for Redick. Not sure whether Minnesota would believe that for an expiring FA Redick.


He has already said he will sign where the money is. If Minny offers it I doubt he refuses.


where has he said that? The only statements I have heard from Redick is that he loves Orlando and would prefer to stay, all things being equal.
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