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Old 02-08-2009, 09:43 PM   #61
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Default Re: RUMOUR: 3 Way deal pistons, raptors and suns

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Prince and Hamilton for Bosh (can walk in a year) and a nobody.

If I'm the Pistons, I'd be pretty confident he would stay since you guys have been pursuing him for years, and would only do this trade under the impression the agents and teams have talked and it's assumed Bosh would resign. Toronto is taking that risk too. Phoenix is taking the smallest risk, but also getting the least talent back. I did debate giving Detroit a Toronto expirer instead of Kapono and a #2 from them, but didn't.
Detroit could look really good depending on how they use their cap space, they'll have loads of it starting in 2009.

Modified it some, but now I don't know if Toronto does it, and probably haven't convinced Detroit fans either.

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Old 02-08-2009, 09:45 PM   #62
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Default Re: RUMOUR: 3 Way deal pistons, raptors and suns

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SHOULD BE.....


TORONTO
Amare
Hamilton

Calderon / Ukic
Hamilton / Parker
Graham / Moon
Amare / Humphries
O'Neal / Jawai


DETROIT
Bosh
Kapono


Stuckey / Bynum
Iverson / Afflalo
Kapono / Herman
Bosh / McDyse
R.Wallace / Johnson


PHOENIX
Prince
Bargnani

Nash / Barbosa
Richardson / Barnes
Prince / Hill
Bargnani / Amundson
Shaq / Lopez

Who the hell is Bynum?
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Old 02-08-2009, 09:49 PM   #63
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Who the hell is Bynum?


Will Bynum. Andrew's father.


you know I'm kidding
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Old 02-08-2009, 09:51 PM   #64
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Default Re: RUMOUR: 3 Way deal pistons, raptors and suns

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If I'm the Pistons, I'd be pretty confident he would stay since you guys have been pursuing him for years, and would only do this trade under the impression the agents and teams have talked and it's assumed Bosh would resign. Toronto is taking that risk too. Phoenix is taking the smallest risk, but also getting the least talent back. I did debate giving Detroit a Toronto expirer instead of Kapono and a #2 from them, but didn't.
Detroit could look really good depending on how they use their cap space, they'll have loads of it starting in 2009.

Modified it some, but now I don't know if Toronto does it, and probably haven't convinced Detroit fans either.

I just don't see them getting rid of two good contracts for players who are committed to the team and play defense for essentially, just Bosh. Might as well wait a year and see if you can sign Bosh as a FA. Plus they can't trade away Tayshaun when they already have no depth at SF.
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