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Old 03-12-2012, 03:20 PM   #6441
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Re: Official POST-LOCKOUT Player Movement Thread (Trades, FAs, etc)

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No idea who that guy is, but if it's true then keep that fat slob as far away from here. THAT'S a player I would never take even if you gave him to me and paid the rest of his salary.
He lit up the Knicks tho!

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Old 03-12-2012, 03:20 PM   #6442
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Pack, whats a defensive black hole? LOL

never heard of that on D
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Old 03-12-2012, 03:21 PM   #6443
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so terrible, basically.

at that Gil pic
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Old 03-12-2012, 06:08 PM   #6444
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Wow, that would be a great deal for the Magic.

Biedrins and Howard in the middle would be a scary combo defensively, and would definitely make them a more serious contender than they currently are. Ellis' explosiveness speaks for itself.

Nelson/Ellis/Wright/Biedrins/Howard.

I like that team. Just depth would be a question moving forward, but I'm sure that would be addressed.
i doubt bedrins would start. he will most likely backup Dwight. Big Baby would be better of starting.

either way i love this deal for the Magic. hopefully Ron Jeremy would lose the 3 point philosophy and play off Dwight more. i like the Ellis/dwight combo.
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The Blazers and Clips are discussing a deal that would send Jamal Crawford to L.A. for Eric Bledsoe and Ryan Gomes, sources say.
why give up on Crawford already? u just signed the man. and unless ur trading Wallace what the hell is the point of getting Gomes?
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Old 03-12-2012, 06:24 PM   #6445
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Don't see why in the world GSW would give up Ellis for, basically, Hedo and Kaman.

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Team sources, once again, refute reports that Golden State is considering trading guard Monta Ellis to Orlando for anything other than Dwight Howard. Warriors management has held with that stance even though the latest possibility includes a third team – New Orleans. Orlando, however, is doing all it can to get some help for Howard in a bid to keep him around, as ESPN Chris Broussard reported.

One of the sources said the Warriors would not give up Ellis for Hornets center Chris Kaman, reportedly New Orleans’ key piece in the three-team talks. Golden State sources have consistently said they want a star in return if they move Ellis. Kaman, who is two years removed from his best year and is a free agent at season’s end, doesn’t qualify in the Warriors’ minds. There is basically no combination of players, from Orlando and/or New Orleans, that will make the Warriors part with Ellis.

As a matter of fact, the Warriors are embracing the reality that a trade – especially a major splash – won’t happen by Thursday’s trade deadline. One Golden State source the team would be OK if they didn’t pull off the trade now. That way, the Warriors can deal in the offseason, this time without the lockout hindrances from last offseason.

With that said, there is a faction in Warriors management that feels something needs to be done, even if it’s a smaller-scale deal.
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Old 03-12-2012, 07:43 PM   #6446
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I still think they'll hold on to Duhwight after 3:00pm Thursday.

Hell, at least I hope they do because now I'm of the mindset of don't trade him to us. That being said, if Orlando were to call us, then they would have no choice but to jump on it but my preference is to sign him as a FA.
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Old 03-12-2012, 07:44 PM   #6447
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Shame. Looks like we're going to have one of the quietest deadlines in recent memory
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Old 03-12-2012, 08:28 PM   #6448
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why give up on Crawford already? u just signed the man. and unless ur trading Wallace what the hell is the point of getting Gomes?
Because their locker room is in shambles and they aren't going to make the playoffs. He's on a one year deal w/ a player option that he won't take. Why not get something for him instead of letting him walk away. Besides it's painfully obvious that Felton isn't the answer in POR and he wouldn't resign anyway. Bledsoe is a talented young PG with potential. I think it makes sense for both teams.

And honestly, I wouldn't be surprised if they dealt Wallace too. I'm pretty sure he said publicly that he wouldn't pick up his option or resign there. And that was in the early stages of the season when they were winning.
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