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Old 06-03-2012, 05:21 PM   #41
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Default Re: A new trade

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Originally Posted by BallsOut
Thanks BOBO for the clarification. So I spent about an hour working up another trade scenario. Sorry for hijacking the thread. I figure I might as well just post it here. Tell me what you guys think.

Lakers send: Gasol, Blake, 2012 60th pick
Receive: Lowry, Gibson, Hamilton, Butler

Rockets send: Lowry, Martin, 2012 16th pick, Patterson
Receive: Gasol, Blake, Bulls 2012 29th pick

Bulls send: Gibson, Hamilton, 2012 29th pick, Butler
Receive: Martin, 2012 Rockets 16th pick, Patterson

Bulls:
PG: Rose/Watson/Lucas
SG: Martin/Brewer
SF: Deng/Korver
PF: Boozer/Patterson
C: Noah/Asik

Rockets:
PG: Dragic/Blake
SG: Lee/Williams
SF: Parsons/Budinger
PF: Scola/Camby
C: Gasol/Dalembert

Lakers (sign Odom with mini MLE, Barnes, Hinrich, Rasheed Wallace with veteran's minimums, waive Eyenga and Butler):
PG: Lowry/Sessions/Hinrich
SG: Bryant/Hamilton/Goudelock
SF: MWP/Ebanks/Barnes
PF: Gibson/Odom/McRoberts
C: Bynum/Hill/Wallace
What you should do when you do a trade proposal is a quick estimate on the monetary effects the trade has. Does it shed salary or add salary. Keep in mind the Lakers will look to improve without taking back too much salary.
Hoops world has decent simplified salary numbers, for more indepth breakdown most writers or NBA researchers use http://www.eskimo.com/~pbender/index.html . Pat stays on top of this info and updates throughout the season and her records go back to 1993

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