THE J0KER wrote:It is a perfect deal for us for balanced roster per positions, so the only real problem will be if both of this two players don't want to re-sign in 2018. The reason why I put Juancho into this deal, which is a young player who really should be sheltered from trade offers in normal circumstances, is because I'm pretty sure that Knicks will be very attracted by the idea of Hernangomez brothers reunion. For multiple teams trade deals, all involved sides should feel happy and get what they search for before trade, otherwise, it is pointless. Why I constructed such complicated deal when it will be way easy for example just to sent D.Arthur to a T.Ariza - but the problem is why on Earth would Rockets give Ariza to us just because WE NEED such player?skywalker33 wrote:That's TERRIBLE for the Nuggets, I am not a Lin fan, guy is STILL overrated...and I am NOT giving Hernangomez away in that deal, he's the real deal !
Ariza is already 32 yrs old, so you're ready to trade a promising 21yr old forward with HUGE potential so he can play with his brother ??? DUMB REASON !! It also helps the Rockets get Melo, which only puts us farther under the 8-bal during the year Ariza and Lin are Under Contract (although Lin does have a PO) . As for Lin, guy has a career 3-pt 35%, I'll take a 21-yr old Mudiay $3.5M salary over $12M for about the sale production.
BOTH Ariza and Lin would be backups with limited no more future, not giving up part of our core for 1-yr of "balance", especially when that one year is moot since you're empowering a divisional rival
Hey, like it all you want but I think the idea doesn't help us out, I vote NO !!