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Old 06-10-2013, 09:28 PM   #18
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Default Re: Potential Deals

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Originally Posted by kshutts1
First two -- those teams won't take on Boozer's contract

76ers -- If they keep Bynum that would be a pretty sick team in Philly. That deal has some potential. Not a fan of it from the Bulls point of view, though. Young is an offensive downgrade from Booze, JRich is an offensive downgrade from Deng. Only real positive is the additional 3p shooting Rich and Hawes provide.

Warriors -- They would laugh you off the phone.

Nets have a billionaire owner who took on Joe Johnson's contract which is even worse than Boozer's contract. Boozer also had chemistry with DWill and would help Lopez with rebounding which he struggles with.

Hawes would give us a quality back up center. Young is younger, more athletic and can play outstanding defense especially being coached by Thibs. He doesn't have the range Boozer has but he is extremely efficient. JRich is a veteran who could still play and provides outside shooting. Turner can provide an additional ball handler and playmaker.
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