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Old 01-31-2013, 03:10 AM   #30
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Default Re: What were the best trade/s in the past decade?

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Originally Posted by NuggetsFan
If it isn't, it will be in the next 10 years probably. Guess it's not the same thing because Irving went number 1 overall but could end up similar to the Dirk for Tractor Traylor deal. Obviously not as lopsided right now but 10 years from now depending on what Kyrie do, pretty much gifting another team a truly special player.
True. He is only in his second year. As great as he's been, something tragic could happen to knock it from the "greatest move" category.

So interesting to think about where the Clippers may be if they had held on to that pick. Drafting Irving at No. 1 probably would have changed their entire approach to building their contender.

They may have also held on to Gordon. Or, maybe they make a push for Dwight Howard instead of CP3 last year? Crazy to think about.
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