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Old 12-07-2007, 01:24 PM   #1
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Default A Trade With Philly

The Heat aren't going anywhere unless they get a reliable point guard. Williams hasn't played a complete season since entering the NBA. Smush Parker isn't a quality starter in the league. Philly is in the East, but are far from being a threat if a trade was to happen with them.

Send Udonis Haslem, Dorrell Wright, and Smush Parker to Philly for Andre Miller, Jason Smith and Rodney Carney.

Carney plays the same position as Thaddeus Young and Young has better numbers than Carney in less minutes. This does make the Sixers a much better team with a starting line up of Louis Williams, Iguodala, Young, Haslem, and Dalembert with Parker and Wright off the bench.

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PG Miller / Williams
SG Wade / Cook
SF Davis / Carney
PF Johnson / Smith
C Shaq / Mourning / Blount
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Old 12-08-2007, 06:48 PM   #2
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Default Re: A Trade With Philly

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The Heat aren't going anywhere unless they get a reliable point guard. Williams hasn't played a complete season since entering the NBA. Smush Parker isn't a quality starter in the league. Philly is in the East, but are far from being a threat if a trade was to happen with them.

Send Udonis Haslem, Dorrell Wright, and Smush Parker to Philly for Andre Miller, Jason Smith and Rodney Carney.

Carney plays the same position as Thaddeus Young and Young has better numbers than Carney in less minutes. This does make the Sixers a much better team with a starting line up of Louis Williams, Iguodala, Young, Haslem, and Dalembert with Parker and Wright off the bench.

For Miami:

PG Miller / Williams
SG Wade / Cook
SF Davis / Carney
PF Johnson / Smith
C Shaq / Mourning / Blount

I don't understand why Miami would do this trade. First of all, they traded Smith to Philly on draft day. Why would they want him back? Philly gets some more youth, which is okay, but why would Miami want Andre Miller? I agree, he would be a good point guard for the Heat, but Shaq is on the decline and the Heat are slowly deteriorating. The Heat need to get some young help and try to make a run in the east in a few years, IMO.
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Old 12-09-2007, 06:04 AM   #3
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I don't understand why Miami would do this trade. First of all, they traded Smith to Philly on draft day. Why would they want him back? Philly gets some more youth, which is okay, but why would Miami want Andre Miller? I agree, he would be a good point guard for the Heat, but Shaq is on the decline and the Heat are slowly deteriorating. The Heat need to get some young help and try to make a run in the east in a few years, IMO.
Nicely said marny.
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Old 12-09-2007, 09:33 PM   #4
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Miller is good but that trade just makes us older. If I thought Miller gave us a shot at the title I'd say yes, but I don't think he puts us over the top. And Haslem is a pretty big piece to give up with what he brings to the table, for the money he makes.
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Old 12-15-2007, 03:32 AM   #5
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Miller isn't a Riley point guard, he wouldn't work here. Haslem for me is one of the untradables, with Wade. I would always like Dorell to be one because he has a bright future along with Cook, but we know Riley loves oldies over youth.
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Old 12-22-2007, 09:50 PM   #6
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I'd like to see Andre Iguodala go to the Heat. He and Wade would be a nice duo.
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Old 12-22-2007, 11:13 PM   #7
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Carney plays the same position as Thaddeus Young and Young has better numbers than Carney in less minutes. This does make the Sixers a much better team with a starting line up of Louis Williams, Iguodala, Young, Haslem, and Dalembert with Parker and Wright off the bench.
What about Reggie Evans and Willie Green?
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Old 12-23-2007, 11:47 AM   #8
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What about Reggie Evans and Willie Green?

Yeah, Willie Green's the odd man out in this deal, unless Iggy starts at SF and Willie starts at SG.
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