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Old 06-20-2007, 12:29 PM   #1
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Default Arenas+Gasol...Why not!?

If Bryant trade would appear impossible or too risky, what would you guys think about a scenario like this: give to Washington Gordon + Nocioni (sign and trade) + Thomas= about $14ml; get Arenas and DeShawn Stevenson = about $13ml; give to Memphis P.J. Brown (sign and trade) + #9 pick + Duhon + DeShawn Stevenson= about $12ml; get Gasol about $13.7ml...

Team:

Hinrich
Arenas
Deng
Gasol
Wallace

2nd round pick
Sefolosha
Griffin
Khryapa
Allen

My doubt is...Have Gasol and Arenas perfectly passed over their injuries???
We would have a weaker bench, so that we would need absolutely our starters all the season

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Old 06-20-2007, 12:57 PM   #2
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Default Re: Arenas+Gasol...Why not!?

thatz actually not a bad idea.........i actually like it if you're basing it all on salary cap...........but, i don't think memphis would bite on a trade with just pj, duhon, deshawm and the 9th pick...........i'm sure they would want a somewhat big name........maybe switch it up a bit.........gordon + nocioni + 9th pick.........then, pj + duhon + deshawn + thomas.......you gotta give memphis somebody attractive and thomas would be that guy........but, as much as i would like to say that would be a good combo deal for the bulls cause all salary cap evens out, i still think itz not gonna cut it cause washington and memphis would both want gordon.............although i like the idea............
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Old 06-20-2007, 01:50 PM   #3
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thatz actually not a bad idea.........i actually like it if you're basing it all on salary cap...........but, i don't think memphis would bite on a trade with just pj, duhon, deshawm and the 9th pick...........i'm sure they would want a somewhat big name........maybe switch it up a bit.........gordon + nocioni + 9th pick.........then, pj + duhon + deshawn + thomas.......you gotta give memphis somebody attractive and thomas would be that guy........but, as much as i would like to say that would be a good combo deal for the bulls cause all salary cap evens out, i still think itz not gonna cut it cause washington and memphis would both want gordon.............although i like the idea............
you're right, but Gasol really wants to go away from Memphis, he doesn't like the team, the staff and the city and Memphis would have two good, young and underrated guards like Duhon and Stevenson and a possible future superstar like TT or take Noah or Hawes with the 9th pick so that they can take Conley with the #4 pick instead of a big man. I think they could agree with this trade, they need many good players more than a single, no defensive, star
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Old 06-20-2007, 02:16 PM   #4
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Memphis would never do that trade
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