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Re: Trade Thread (EPISODE VII: Which team wants our bad players for their good players?) 

Post#721 » by cdubbz » Fri Jan 14, 2022 2:25 am

I’m down to trade for Andre Drummond. We need a big boy in the paint.
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Post#722 » by cdubbz » Fri Jan 14, 2022 2:28 am

Boogie? How awful has he been? If Looney is in foul trouble and we play the Suns, Nuggets, Bucks, We could be toast esp with how we’ve been playing lately.
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Post#723 » by eminence » Fri Jan 14, 2022 2:30 am

cdubbz wrote:Boogie? How awful has he been? If Looney is in foul trouble and we play the Suns, Nuggets, Bucks, We could be toast esp with how we’ve been playing lately.


I thought Boogie was actually okay in Milwaukee. Not sure how he fits in our defensive schemes these days though.
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Post#724 » by cdubbz » Fri Jan 14, 2022 3:33 am

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cdubbz wrote:Boogie? How awful has he been? If Looney is in foul trouble and we play the Suns, Nuggets, Bucks, We could be toast esp with how we’ve been playing lately.


I thought Boogie was actually okay in Milwaukee. Not sure how he fits in our defensive schemes these days though.


Im not looking for a player to fit our "scheme" but a NEED. We get destroyed by big men and if Boogie can hold it down for 10-15mpg against Giannis, Ayton, AD etc then that's great. Looney got in early foul trouble and the rest was history.
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Re: Trade Thread (EPISODE VII: Which team wants our bad players for their good players?) 

Post#725 » by Coxy » Fri Jan 14, 2022 8:05 am

As more of a win now move, considering everything with our stars current window, would anyone here consider a trade such as below?

GS Trade - James Wiseman / 2023 2nd
Knicks Trade - Nerlons Noel / Immanuel Quickley / 2023 lotto protected 1st

I'm a little stumped whether that would be a good idea or not.

Thoughts?
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Post#726 » by oaktownwarriors87 » Fri Jan 14, 2022 7:38 pm

What's the deal with Marvin Bagley? I know nothing about him, but he is the 2nd most efficient ISO defender this year and he hold his opponents to a 30.0% eFG%.

I genuinely don't even remember this kid playing, I just remember that he's disgruntled.
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Post#727 » by LAL1947 » Sat Jan 15, 2022 12:44 pm

Wiggins, Wiseman, Kuminga and either Moody/Poole... for Porzingis, Brunson, Bullock.

1-5: Curry, Klay, Bullock, Draymond, Porzingis
6-10: Brunson, Poole, Otto, Bjelica, Looney

Despite GSW and Suns playing great, I think the Nets and Bucks are still better placed to win the title. So if GSW wants to stack the odds in their favor, I think this trade would make them favorites over the other teams. Just look at that starting 5 and depth. Porzingis is that rim protector GSW needs, who stretches the floor and can also cut to the rim. Without someone like him, I think Giannis and Portis are going to dump all over GSW, if the 2 teams get to the finals. The Nets will get healthy by the playoffs too, and are starting to flex their muscles. Brunson is a quality back-up PG for when Steph is sitting. Bullock covers most of what y'all lose in Wiggins.

Why for Dallas? They scratch your back if you scratch theirs. Dallas helps GSW win now (and over the next 2 seasons), maximizing Steph's and Klay's remaining window... in exchange for taking a flyer on some young prospects who are closer in age to Luka and might help Dallas contend in 2-3 years time.
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Post#728 » by shazam_guy » Sat Jan 15, 2022 10:36 pm

Gah. I feel sick even thinking about it.
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Post#729 » by SinceGatlingWasARookie » Mon Jan 17, 2022 1:37 pm

I think Tacko Fall is the biggest man we can get without giving up anything.
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Post#730 » by SpreeS » Mon Jan 17, 2022 4:10 pm

LAL1947 wrote:Wiggins, Wiseman, Kuminga and either Moody/Poole... for Porzingis, Brunson, Bullock.

1-5: Curry, Klay, Bullock, Draymond, Porzingis
6-10: Brunson, Poole, Otto, Bjelica, Looney

Despite GSW and Suns playing great, I think the Nets and Bucks are still better placed to win the title. So if GSW wants to stack the odds in their favor, I think this trade would make them favorites over the other teams. Just look at that starting 5 and depth. Porzingis is that rim protector GSW needs, who stretches the floor and can also cut to the rim. Without someone like him, I think Giannis and Portis are going to dump all over GSW, if the 2 teams get to the finals. The Nets will get healthy by the playoffs too, and are starting to flex their muscles. Brunson is a quality back-up PG for when Steph is sitting. Bullock covers most of what y'all lose in Wiggins.

Why for Dallas? They scratch your back if you scratch theirs. Dallas helps GSW win now (and over the next 2 seasons), maximizing Steph's and Klay's remaining window... in exchange for taking a flyer on some young prospects who are closer in age to Luka and might help Dallas contend in 2-3 years time.


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Post#731 » by Coxy » Mon Jan 17, 2022 8:50 pm

LAL1947 wrote:Wiggins, Wiseman, Kuminga and either Moody/Poole... for Porzingis, Brunson, Bullock.

1-5: Curry, Klay, Bullock, Draymond, Porzingis
6-10: Brunson, Poole, Otto, Bjelica, Looney

Despite GSW and Suns playing great, I think the Nets and Bucks are still better placed to win the title. So if GSW wants to stack the odds in their favor, I think this trade would make them favorites over the other teams. Just look at that starting 5 and depth. Porzingis is that rim protector GSW needs, who stretches the floor and can also cut to the rim. Without someone like him, I think Giannis and Portis are going to dump all over GSW, if the 2 teams get to the finals. The Nets will get healthy by the playoffs too, and are starting to flex their muscles. Brunson is a quality back-up PG for when Steph is sitting. Bullock covers most of what y'all lose in Wiggins.

Why for Dallas? They scratch your back if you scratch theirs. Dallas helps GSW win now (and over the next 2 seasons), maximizing Steph's and Klay's remaining window... in exchange for taking a flyer on some young prospects who are closer in age to Luka and might help Dallas contend in 2-3 years time.


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Post#732 » by whatisacenter » Mon Jan 17, 2022 10:45 pm

with Wiseman's & Draymond's injury status would you be more inclined to make a trade to ensure a better shot in the playoffs this season? I was reading the wiretap that the Pacers are looking for 2 FRP's or a young player with upside and a FRP pick for Myles Turner. That doesn't sound like too much to trade away if it doesn't involve Kuminga and I am still reluctant to give up on Wiseman. If they would take a future FRP and Moody/Poole or possibly both I think I would do that and worry about Turner's FA later. not sure if the Pacers would see that as enough tho.
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Post#733 » by Coxy » Mon Jan 17, 2022 11:28 pm

I've been looking around for a cheap option at PF/C with experience, that we could target. Taj Gibson is on a $4m expiring contract at the Knicks, and doesn't get much run. He's a smart, tough sort of guy that can hit jumpers and rebound, maybe we could target him using some of our smaller assets (JTA + Bjeli + 2nd or something?)
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Post#734 » by whatisacenter » Tue Jan 18, 2022 1:50 am

Coxy wrote:I've been looking around for a cheap option at PF/C with experience, that we could target. Taj Gibson is on a $4m expiring contract at the Knicks, and doesn't get much run. He's a smart, tough sort of guy that can hit jumpers and rebound, maybe we could target him using some of our smaller assets (JTA + Bjeli + 2nd or something?)


I guess he could play the David West roll but he has not been impactful for quite some time.
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Post#735 » by Coxy » Tue Jan 18, 2022 5:48 am

whatisacenter wrote:
Coxy wrote:I've been looking around for a cheap option at PF/C with experience, that we could target. Taj Gibson is on a $4m expiring contract at the Knicks, and doesn't get much run. He's a smart, tough sort of guy that can hit jumpers and rebound, maybe we could target him using some of our smaller assets (JTA + Bjeli + 2nd or something?)


I guess he could play the David West roll but he has not been impactful for quite some time.


He's been playing on dud teams though. I think a guy like him could plug into a smart team like ours.
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Post#736 » by Crazy-Canuck » Tue Jan 18, 2022 7:47 am

Gorgui dieng for jta and lee
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Post#737 » by watch1958 » Tue Jan 18, 2022 10:17 am

LAL1947 wrote:Wiggins, Wiseman, Kuminga and either Moody/Poole... for Porzingis, Brunson, Bullock.

1-5: Curry, Klay, Bullock, Draymond, Porzingis
6-10: Brunson, Poole, Otto, Bjelica, Looney

Despite GSW and Suns playing great, I think the Nets and Bucks are still better placed to win the title. So if GSW wants to stack the odds in their favor, I think this trade would make them favorites over the other teams. Just look at that starting 5 and depth. Porzingis is that rim protector GSW needs, who stretches the floor and can also cut to the rim. Without someone like him, I think Giannis and Portis are going to dump all over GSW, if the 2 teams get to the finals. The Nets will get healthy by the playoffs too, and are starting to flex their muscles. Brunson is a quality back-up PG for when Steph is sitting. Bullock covers most of what y'all lose in Wiggins.

Why for Dallas? They scratch your back if you scratch theirs. Dallas helps GSW win now (and over the next 2 seasons), maximizing Steph's and Klay's remaining window... in exchange for taking a flyer on some young prospects who are closer in age to Luka and might help Dallas contend in 2-3 years time.
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Post#738 » by Larry_Russell » Tue Jan 18, 2022 4:19 pm

Is a Horford and Smart for Wiseman and Wiggins trade near a fair deal?
Tatum is a PF Horford is a C
Young guys Need time
Smart and Schroder= dumb
Isolation plays are NOT A VIABLE OFFENSE
Stop running your stars into the ground.
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Post#739 » by whatisacenter » Tue Jan 18, 2022 4:26 pm

Larry_Russell wrote:Is a Horford and Smart for Wiseman and Wiggins trade near a fair deal?


just looked up Horford and Smart's shooting numbers...no thanks.
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Post#740 » by Larry_Russell » Tue Jan 18, 2022 4:36 pm

whatisacenter wrote:
Larry_Russell wrote:Is a Horford and Smart for Wiseman and Wiggins trade near a fair deal?


just looked up Horford and Smart's shooting numbers...no thanks.



Horford is having a down year but has been turning it around.

Its weird, the entire team is shooting worse percentages than last year, and most of their career.

Its Coach, imo.
Tatum is a PF Horford is a C
Young guys Need time
Smart and Schroder= dumb
Isolation plays are NOT A VIABLE OFFENSE
Stop running your stars into the ground.

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