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Old 07-02-2012, 01:58 PM   #1
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Default Who offers Orlando the best deal for Howard?

And what should their philosophy be? Take the deal that offers the best player? Or take the deal that offers more than one quality player?

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Old 07-02-2012, 02:07 PM   #2
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Default Re: Who offers Orlando the best deal for Howard

Is there a better player they can get that is better than Bynum?
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Old 07-02-2012, 02:17 PM   #3
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Default Re: Who offers Orlando the best deal for Howard?

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Damn this is exciting yet true! Ferry is not joking around he understands that the hawks can offer the magic the best offer on the table for Dwight even better than LA!

UNDERSTAND THIS: Do you realize if Ferry can get the nets to include Marshon Brooks that trade will instantly get Howard from the Magic!...Its simple look at the offers compared to the hawks if this trade happens!

If Johnson is traded to the nets for Marshon Brooks and a Bunch of other scrubs

ATL can offer the Magic:

Horford (2 time all star center), Marshon Brooks (promising SG), Marvin Williams (mediocore SF but they still got Turk) and throw in zaza if needed (high energy solid backup) to Magic for D12

-hands down best deal they are going to get cause no other team is giving them a all-star center in return with very decent bench players not even LA!


LA 's offer

-only offering Bynum straight up....the magic wont get much from LA! no way LA gives the Magic Gasol and Bynum! and the Magic dont want World Peace Im sure.


Bynum, McRoberts, Eyenga to the Magic for D12

NETS best offer

Brook Lopez (injury prone), and probably Gerald Wallace, some other scrub to Magic for D12

-Im sure the nets would include Humpries but they would have to sign him back and if they did offer the magic that it would leave them then for BIG MEN




Any ways as you can see the Hawks can give the Magic a 2 time All star who's a top 6 or 7 center in the nba and also a up and coming promising player in marshon Brooks along with 2 Bench players Marvin williams and high energy zaza pachulia! Yeah I see why they are in deep talks with the Hawks we give them the best offer as long as Marshon Comes to the Hawks!


Ferry pulls this off and I will believe that we have the BEST GM in the NBA

Hawks have the best offer.
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Old 07-02-2012, 02:19 PM   #4
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Default Re: Who offers Orlando the best deal for Howard?

Andrew Bynum

Al Horford/Josh Smith

Anthony Davis/Austin Rivers

Brook/Gerald/Marshon/Future 1st

10 young Rockets role players

Melo/Chandler or Stat/Chandler

Zach Randolph/OJ Mayo (sign and trade)

Wade/Bosh

When you are capable of getting a player like Dwight Howard - you clean house.
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