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« on: June 14, 2008, 03:18:45 pm »

There is definatly room to make some minor changes so it works for everyone but basically it goes like this.

PHX gives up:

Steve Nash PG
Leandro Barbosa PG/SG
Boris Diaw PG/SF/PF/C

PHX Gets:

Kirk Hinrich PG
Drew Gooden PF
Joakim Noah PF
The #1 pick in the draft

Chicago gives up:

Larry Hughs SG
Kirk Hinrich PG
Drew Gooden PF
Tyrus Thomas PF
Joakim Noah PF
Thabo Sefalosha SG
The #1 pick in the draft

Chicago gets:

Steve Nash PG
Boris Diaw PF
Zach Randolph PF
Malik Rose PF
Nate Robinson PG
David Lee PF
The #6 pick in the draft

N.Y. gets:

Leandro Barbosa PG
Larry Hughs SG
Tyrus Thomas PF
Thabo Sefalosha SG

N.Y. gives up:

Zach Randolph PF
Malik Rose PF
Nate Robinson PG
David Lee PF
The #6 pick in the draft

This would make all 3 teams better. Phoenix would take Rose with the #1 overall and pick up some inside defense and a quality back up PG in Hienrich. They also get to keep the 15th overall. Chicago gets inside scoring the 2 time MVP, an expiring in Malik Rose and they still wind up with the 6th overall pick. They become instant contenders for the eastern crown. New York Gets rid of some guys that don’t fit D’Antoni’s system and they get some very talented young guys that do. There is some salary issue with Chicago that I can’t figure out but I am sure with a little GM magic that could be easily fixed.

These would be the line ups:

N.Y.
PG    Marbury/Barbosa
SG     Hughs/Crawford/Sefalosha/Jones
SF     Richardson/Balkman/Chandler
PF     Tyrus Thomas/Jarred Jeffries
C      Eddie Curry/Jerome James

Chicago:
PG     Steve Nash/Duhon/Nate Robinson
SG     Ben Gordon/Brown/Curry (Maybe O.J. Mayo at #6)
SF      Deng/Simmons/Nichols(maybe Eric Gordon at #6)
PF      Diaw/Lee/Rose(maybe Anthony Randolph at #6)    
C       Randolph/Grey/ Diaw (Maybe Brook Lopez at #6)

Phoenix:
PG    Derrick Rose/Kirk Hinrich
SG    Bell/Girichek/Strawberry
SF     Hill/Tucker(maybe Joe Alexander with the 15th pick)
PF     Amare/Drew Gooden/Piatkowsky
C      Shaq/Joakim Noah/Skinner/Marks
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« Reply #1 on: June 14, 2008, 03:32:53 pm »

i saw steve nash and i stopped reading.
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« Reply #2 on: June 14, 2008, 07:56:35 pm »

Nash is too old to be worth the #1 pick.
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« Reply #3 on: June 14, 2008, 08:50:20 pm »

^^ yup.
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« Reply #4 on: June 14, 2008, 08:52:09 pm »

Soooo....maybe PHX spices the pot with the 15th. Then da Bulls would have 6 and 15 plus front court scoring.
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« Reply #5 on: June 14, 2008, 08:52:57 pm »

Quote from: "stillkn"
There is definatly room to make some minor changes so it works for everyone but basically it goes like this.

PHX gives up:

Steve Nash PG
Leandro Barbosa PG/SG
Boris Diaw PG/SF/PF/C

PHX Gets:

Kirk Hinrich PG
Drew Gooden PF
Joakim Noah PF
The #1 pick in the draft

Chicago gives up:

Larry Hughs SG
Kirk Hinrich PG
Drew Gooden PF
Tyrus Thomas PF
Joakim Noah PF
Thabo Sefalosha SG
The #1 pick in the draft

Chicago gets:

Steve Nash PG
Boris Diaw PF
Zach Randolph PF
Malik Rose PF
Nate Robinson PG
David Lee PF
The #6 pick in the draft

N.Y. gets:

Leandro Barbosa PG
Larry Hughs SG
Tyrus Thomas PF
Thabo Sefalosha SG

N.Y. gives up:

Zach Randolph PF
Malik Rose PF
Nate Robinson PG
David Lee PF
The #6 pick in the draft

This would make all 3 teams better. Phoenix would take Rose with the #1 overall and pick up some inside defense and a quality back up PG in Hienrich. They also get to keep the 15th overall. Chicago gets inside scoring the 2 time MVP, an expiring in Malik Rose and they still wind up with the 6th overall pick. They become instant contenders for the eastern crown. New York Gets rid of some guys that don’t fit D’Antoni’s system and they get some very talented young guys that do. There is some salary issue with Chicago that I can’t figure out but I am sure with a little GM magic that could be easily fixed.

These would be the line ups:

N.Y.
PG    Marbury/Barbosa
SG     Hughs/Crawford/Sefalosha/Jones
SF     Richardson/Balkman/Chandler
PF     Tyrus Thomas/Jarred Jeffries
C      Eddie Curry/Jerome James

Chicago:
PG     Steve Nash/Duhon/Nate Robinson
SG     Ben Gordon/Brown/Curry (Maybe O.J. Mayo at #6)
SF      Deng/Simmons/Nichols(maybe Eric Gordon at #6)
PF      Diaw/Lee/Rose(maybe Anthony Randolph at #6)    
C       Randolph/Grey/ Diaw (Maybe Brook Lopez at #6)

Phoenix:
PG    Derrick Rose/Kirk Hinrich
SG    Bell/Girichek/Strawberry
SF     Hill/Tucker(maybe Joe Alexander with the 15th pick)
PF     Amare/Drew Gooden/Piatkowsky
C      Shaq/Joakim Noah/Skinner/Marks

Do you even understand how bad the Bulls would be defensively with Nash and Gordon in the backcourt and Diaw and Randolph in the front court?  Thats absolutely terrible.  I'm not trading the 1st overall pick to the Suns without seeing the name Amare as PART of the trade.  Sorry.
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« Reply #6 on: June 14, 2008, 09:59:52 pm »

out of curiosity y n the hell would the bulls do that do you think we are as stupid as the knicks front office? no way im taking ny salary cap hell blended in with a few suns that couldnt get past a aging spurs team. Ok i see the logic thats a great trade for the bulls cause they still get the six pick. NOT Just cause we cant sign a coach doesnt mean we dont know what were doing lol
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« Reply #7 on: June 14, 2008, 10:03:20 pm »

No GMs are stupid enough to move around that many players.  It just doesn't work that way.
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« Reply #8 on: June 15, 2008, 10:31:54 am »

Quote from: "stillkn"
There is definatly room to make some minor changes so it works for everyone but basically it goes like this.

PHX gives up:

Steve Nash PG
Leandro Barbosa PG/SG
Boris Diaw PG/SF/PF/C

PHX Gets:

Kirk Hinrich PG
Drew Gooden PF
Joakim Noah PF
The #1 pick in the draft

Chicago gives up:

Larry Hughs SG
Kirk Hinrich PG
Drew Gooden PF
Tyrus Thomas PF
Joakim Noah PF
Thabo Sefalosha SG
The #1 pick in the draft

Chicago gets:

Steve Nash PG
Boris Diaw PF
Zach Randolph PF
Malik Rose PF
Nate Robinson PG
David Lee PF
The #6 pick in the draft

N.Y. gets:

Leandro Barbosa PG
Larry Hughs SG
Tyrus Thomas PF
Thabo Sefalosha SG

N.Y. gives up:

Zach Randolph PF
Malik Rose PF
Nate Robinson PG
David Lee PF
The #6 pick in the draft

This would make all 3 teams better. Phoenix would take Rose with the #1 overall and pick up some inside defense and a quality back up PG in Hienrich. They also get to keep the 15th overall. Chicago gets inside scoring the 2 time MVP, an expiring in Malik Rose and they still wind up with the 6th overall pick. They become instant contenders for the eastern crown. New York Gets rid of some guys that don’t fit D’Antoni’s system and they get some very talented young guys that do. There is some salary issue with Chicago that I can’t figure out but I am sure with a little GM magic that could be easily fixed.

These would be the line ups:

N.Y.
PG    Marbury/Barbosa
SG     Hughs/Crawford/Sefalosha/Jones
SF     Richardson/Balkman/Chandler
PF     Tyrus Thomas/Jarred Jeffries
C      Eddie Curry/Jerome James

Chicago:
PG     Steve Nash/Duhon/Nate Robinson
SG     Ben Gordon/Brown/Curry (Maybe O.J. Mayo at #6)
SF      Deng/Simmons/Nichols(maybe Eric Gordon at #6)
PF      Diaw/Lee/Rose(maybe Anthony Randolph at #6)    
C       Randolph/Grey/ Diaw (Maybe Brook Lopez at #6)

Phoenix:
PG    Derrick Rose/Kirk Hinrich
SG    Bell/Girichek/Strawberry
SF     Hill/Tucker(maybe Joe Alexander with the 15th pick)
PF     Amare/Drew Gooden/Piatkowsky
C      Shaq/Joakim Noah/Skinner/Marks



quit!!!!!!!!!! it is not happening, you got to be serious, i'll trade you gordon, noccionis, and thomas for 1 future round pick, and we get AMARE, but you're trade lol lol lol lol it is not happening.
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« Reply #9 on: June 15, 2008, 10:49:42 am »

This is a good fair balanced trade for everyone involved except for New York and Phoenix.
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« Reply #10 on: June 15, 2008, 10:50:50 am »

Also I love that the Bulls fans think this is not fair towards them.
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« Reply #11 on: June 16, 2008, 04:20:49 pm »

WHETHER ITS FAIR OR NOT IT DOESNT IMPROVE OUR TEAM FOR FUTURE
DUMB TRADE NO REASONING BEHIND IT
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« Reply #12 on: June 17, 2008, 10:23:51 am »

lol what kinda GM would trade basically their entire team? and Hinrich is quite an expensive "back-up Pg"
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