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Old 10-08-2006, 04:32 PM   #1
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Would you trade Ben Gordon and PJ Brown for Carlos Boozer and Ronnie Brewer? That providing Boozer was healthy.

I think this would be a good trade for the Bulls. Gordon is good but his potential can't be unleashed in Skiles system. Boozer and Nocioni would be able to pick up the scoring slack missed from Gordon. The Bulls especially need scoring in the post and Boozer provides that. He's also solid on D. Brewer would also be a good fit for the Bulls because he plays good defense. I know that Gordon has problems with that.

I know your heart will tell you NO because you're all Gordon fans but please think of it objectively.
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Old 10-08-2006, 07:32 PM   #2
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i would not do that trade. Yea im a big Gordon fan but im also looking at the trade objectively. We will than have no one on our team taller then 6'9 thats NBA ready except Malik Allen, we lose a veteran, and if Paxson really wanted Ronnie Brewer he would have gotten him instead of Thabo Sefolosha. Also we do not need to add 3 rookies to our team. To me we have made a lot of moves this offseason but it really doesnt hurt as long as we dont trade our core players which Paxson has not done.

How about Michael Sweetney, Malik Allen, and 2007 PICKS for Nene?

PG-Kirk Hinrich/Chris Duhon
SG-Ben Gordon/Thabo Sefolosha/Adrian Griffin
SF-Luol Deng/Andres Nocioni/Viktor Khryapa
PF-Nene/Tyrus Thomas/Luol Deng
C-Ben Wallace/Nene/PJ Brown

trading 4 Nene probably will not work money wise tho lol. I just wish we could have gotten him tho.
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Old 10-08-2006, 08:17 PM   #3
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I wouldnt, I dont know why you dont think Gordon fits in skiles's system, but Carlos definetley does not. That guy is soft, constantly injured, and puts himself ahead of the team. I'm not sure how many points he scores in the post either, he is not really going to solve the bulls post problems.

We have no need for brewer with thabo in town either. I just think if we traded gordon, we could get more for him then an overpaid softy to play PF and a solid SG who we dont need.
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no way... you can't take your only potential scorer out of your team...
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Old 10-09-2006, 12:43 PM   #5
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Would you trade Ben Gordon and PJ Brown for Carlos Boozer and Ronnie Brewer? That providing Boozer was healthy.

I think this would be a good trade for the Bulls. Gordon is good but his potential can't be unleashed in Skiles system. Boozer and Nocioni would be able to pick up the scoring slack missed from Gordon. The Bulls especially need scoring in the post and Boozer provides that. He's also solid on D. Brewer would also be a good fit for the Bulls because he plays good defense. I know that Gordon has problems with that.

I know your heart will tell you NO because you're all Gordon fans but please think of it objectively.


If Kris Humphries was still in Utah I'd tradefor him, but Boozer? Take the B and replace it with an L and thats what he is. If he was so good why did Cleveland let him go?
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Old 10-09-2006, 12:55 PM   #6
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If the Bulls wanted an ex Cavalier they would've probably made a stronger effort to get Drew Gooden. Sorry final.wrath your trade scenario doesn't look realistic, Ben Gordon is here to stay and P.J. Brown will most likely retire in Chicago.
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If Kris Humphries was still in Utah I'd tradefor him, but Boozer? Take the B and replace it with an L and thats what he is. If he was so good why did Cleveland let him go?

Boozer walked to utah after he verbally committed to cleveland. utah paid more. but yall don't need him. I actually agree with the chi fnas on this one. bad deal.
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Would you trade Ben Gordon and PJ Brown for Carlos Boozer and Ronnie Brewer? That providing Boozer was healthy.

I think this would be a good trade for the Bulls. Gordon is good but his potential can't be unleashed in Skiles system. Boozer and Nocioni would be able to pick up the scoring slack missed from Gordon. The Bulls especially need scoring in the post and Boozer provides that. He's also solid on D. Brewer would also be a good fit for the Bulls because he plays good defense. I know that Gordon has problems with that.

I know your heart will tell you NO because you're all Gordon fans but please think of it objectively.

This would have to be proven first and Brewer would have to prove something first for even consideration to take place. Trading two unknowns for one known is not part of Paxson's MO.
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