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« Reply #15 on: September 05, 2007, 02:02:54 pm »
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I would be happy if they dealt Tinsley.  Somebody has got to want him.

Golden State seems to like attitudes, Denver also.

Happiness, find me a trade for Tinsley...
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« Reply #16 on: September 07, 2007, 11:27:20 am »
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Quote from: "olsons3"
I would be happy if they dealt Tinsley.  Somebody has got to want him.

Golden State seems to like attitudes, Denver also.

Happiness, find me a trade for Tinsley...



i found a trade for tinsley.  its posted in Indy's forum as "realistic 3 team trade Indy/Boston/LAL"

let me know if you like the idea
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Fair enough.
Fair enough..probably the 2nd ugliest season I've ever seen from the Ravens.
Flacco kind of is a bum..Yeah I get that he isn't that good..
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« Reply #17 on: September 07, 2007, 08:12:57 pm »
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I would be happy if they dealt Tinsley.  Somebody has got to want him.

Golden State seems to like attitudes, Denver also.

Happiness, find me a trade for Tinsley...

yeah a trade that could land us JRsmith and Nene and draft pick or something for JO/tinsley.
try play daniels at pg.
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« Reply #18 on: October 31, 2007, 08:49:51 pm »
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Pacers front office people are talking enthusiastically about some of their players.

Mike Dunleavy and Troy Murphy are said to be much stronger. Marquis Daniels has healed from the injuries that slowed him the past two seasons. Jermaine O’Neal, his knee surgically healed, says he feels better than he has in at least a couple of years. He’s 10 pounds lighter than last season.

Indications are that they will keep O'Neal and see how he reacts to Jim O'Brien's system instead of taking a trade offer they are lukewarm about.


I think they should go with their confident instincts 'til January, then re-evaluate.  If they are top 8, keep him.  If not, deal him.  

I'll say this much for Bird and co....  Granger, Williams, Dunleavy and Diogu are all showing significant improvement, so a bunch of idiotic moves may turn out to be only a couple, or maybe less than that.
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