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Old 06-20-2006, 12:34 AM   #16
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troy murphy would be milwuakee's best bet.

his contract will be around what magloire will hope to be making, and he's a legit double double with 3point range.


drew gooden isn't worth magloire, neither is battier. harrington and villanueva are out of milwuakee's price range.
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Old 06-20-2006, 12:45 AM   #17
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harrington and villanueva are out of milwuakee's price range.
Only according to Hawks and Raptors fans. The national media, and fans of other teams tend to think a trade would make great sense. Which leads me to adamcz's theorum:

The worse the team, the more its' fans overate their players. This is why fans of the Hawks, Raptors, and Knicks all think that they have multiple players who could only be traded for allstars.

Hawks fans think: Williams, Smith, and Johnson are all allstar level players, while Childress, Harrington, and their #5 pick (and sometimes even Pachulia!) also hold supreme value.

Raptors fans think: Bosh, Villanueva, and their #1 pick are all not just allstars, but franchise level players. Peterson and Graham (and sometimes even James!) also hold supreme value.

Knicks fans think: Curry, Frye, and God knows who else are all franchise players. Nate Robinson is a future all star, Lee is the best role player in the league.

So says adamcz's theorum.
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Old 06-20-2006, 12:53 AM   #18
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Only according to Hawks and Raptors fans. The national media, and fans of other teams tend to think a trade would make great sense. Which leads me to adamcz's theorum:

The worse the team, the more its' fans overate their players. This is why fans of the Hawks, Raptors, and Knicks all think that they have multiple players who could only be traded for allstars.

Hawks fans think: Williams, Smith, and Johnson are all allstar level players, while Childress, Harrington, and their #5 pick (and sometimes even Pachulia!) also hold supreme value.

Raptors fans think: Bosh, Villanueva, and their #1 pick are all not just allstars, but franchise level players. Peterson and Graham (and sometimes even James!) also hold supreme value.

Knicks fans think: Curry, Frye, and God knows who else are all franchise players. Nate Robinson is a future all star, Lee is the best role player in the league.

So says adamcz's theorum.


Scary thing is all that sounds true.

Joe Johnson is an allstar though, and is almost a top5 shooting guard.
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Old 06-20-2006, 12:53 AM   #19
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If Harrington can work out at S/T to the Bucks that would be good for both parties, no?

Actaully it might leave the Bucks interior D hurting pretty bad.
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The worse the team, the more its' fans overate their players. .

well, the bucks grabbed the 8th seed this year, leading me to believe they weren't that bad... so whats your excuse adamcz?
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Scary thing is all that sounds true.

Joe Johnson is an allstar though, and is almost a top5 shooting guard.

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Wasnt there talk about Maglore to the Raps for Charlie V?

I would think this would work for both team!
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Wasnt there talk about Maglore to the Raps for Charlie V?
I would think this would work for both team!
See DoubleTech?
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Al Harrington for Magloire - sounds fair to me.
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It's hard to propose trades with the Hawks, because they are a team that doesn't want to be good. They don't care about winning, or having a real pg and c - they just like to aquire "valuable pieces." Sort of like the Knicks. How do you trade with a team like that?
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If Hawks get Magloire, and then draft Marcus Williams, they should win 10 more games atleast.

C: Magloire
PF: Pachulia
SF: Josh Smith
SG: Joe Johnson
PG: Marcus Williams

Looks solid to me.

BTW, the Knicks would probably trade for Magloire, and give him a huge deal. We don't have any pieces that the Bucks want, except if they want David Lee or any of our draft picks.
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Magloire for LaFrentz straight up.
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Old 06-20-2006, 10:23 AM   #28
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BTW, the Knicks would probably trade for Magloire, and give him a huge deal. We don't have any pieces that the Bucks want, except if they want David Lee or any of our draft picks.
I would personally accept Frye, but I'm of course not the GM.
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Al Harrington for Magloire - sounds fair to me.


Are you drunk? Why would I trade my 26 year old 18/7 player, for a 28 year old overpaid, overhyped 9/9 player, who is not even better than my current center who only makes 4 million?
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Nobody wants him. He sucks ass.
I 2nd that. Overrated
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