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Post#41 » by Bac2Basics » Mon Jan 7, 2008 12:30 am

If Redd didn't play the same position as Martin, I could see the Kings taking a shot at him.

I'd love to see the Kings make a run at Mo Williams or maybe Charlie V from the Bucks, but I think a Mo Williams / Beno Udrih PG situation would be a great situation for the Kings
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Post#42 » by paulpressey25 » Wed Jan 9, 2008 5:55 pm

As a Bucks fan I can't see why you guys would want Redd unless you move him to SF, which he can play. I suppose the idea would be massive firepower in the West.

Here are two possible deals:

Redd for Artest and Salmons (gets close now on salaries)

Charlie V. for Garcia

Whether you guys like those or not, I don't know. The Garcia for CV one makes a lot of sense for both teams. I'm just not sure how high you value Garcia and right now CV is starting to get his act together and play well for us.
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Post#43 » by AriesMar27 » Wed Jan 9, 2008 11:14 pm

artest/garcia/thomas for redd/villanueva would work...
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Post#44 » by simonbampfield » Fri Jan 11, 2008 12:09 am

Bac2Basics wrote:If Redd didn't play the same position as Martin, I could see the Kings taking a shot at him.

I'd love to see the Kings make a run at Mo Williams or maybe Charlie V from the Bucks, but I think a Mo Williams / Beno Udrih PG situation would be a great situation for the Kings


Mo Williams is nothing but a chucker.
Wouldn't like him anywhere near the Kings at the moment.
If you really think he is a decent player, but think about how many shots he would take away from Martin and others.
The Kings need a pure point guard that can run a team and play solid defence.
Mo Williams is the exact opposite of what this team needs.
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Post#45 » by sackings916 » Fri Jan 11, 2008 3:12 am

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Mo Williams is nothing but a chucker.
Wouldn't like him anywhere near the Kings at the moment.
If you really think he is a decent player, but think about how many shots he would take away from Martin and others.
The Kings need a pure point guard that can run a team and play solid defence.
Mo Williams is the exact opposite of what this team needs.


Williams is having a great year - IMO you're judging him on past seasons rather than how he is playing right now. Almost 17 pts and 7 assists on great %'s and almost a 2.5 to 1 A/T ratio. He has made a concious effort to be more of a pure PG rather than a scoring PG, and one of the fastest players in the league period. I would like to see it for a longer period of time though.
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Post#46 » by Smills91 » Fri Jan 11, 2008 3:25 am

I like Mo Williams personally, but I wouldn't trade any of our 'value' players for him.
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Post#47 » by simonbampfield » Fri Jan 11, 2008 4:04 am

It just seems to me that every time I have seen him play, including this season, its almost like Williams and Redd get into a competition with one another to see who can put the most shots up.
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