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« on: June 25, 2008, 01:32:57 am »

Miami
Trades:
 - Shawn Marion
 - Dorrell Wright
 - Chris Quinn
 - Udonis Haslem
 - Marcus Banks

Recieves:

 - Erick Dampier
 - Jason Terry
 - Donyell Marshall
 - Gerald Wallace

Dallas
Trades:
 - Erick Dampier
 - Jason Terry
 - Josh Howard
 - Brandon Bass

Recieves:
 - Shawn Marion
 - Damien Wilkins
 - #4 Pick
 - #24 pick

Seattle
Trades:
 - Damien Wilkins
 - Donyell Marshall
 - #4 Pick
 - #24 pick
 - Josh Howard After Receiving!!
 - 09 1st Round Draft Pick
 - 08 32nd Pick

Recieves:
 - Josh Howard
 - Brandon Bass
 - Dorrell Wright
 - Chris Quinn
 - Emeka Okafor

Charlotte
Trades:
 - Emeka Okafor
 - Gerald Wallace

Recieves:
 - Josh Howard
 - 09 First Round Pick (Seattle)
 - 08 2nd Round Pick (Seattle)
 - Udonis Haslem
 - Marcus Banks

Reasoning:

Miami Heat

Miami sends off Marion and two young up-and-coming prospects for a very good PG in Terry and a defensive C in Dampier. Dampier definitely isn't the answer at the C position, but he's better than Blount. He can defend and rebound and actually acts like a center instead of a SG. They also get rid of Haslem and Banks to bring in Wallace. Wallace is a very good, young SF who is coming into his own and showing what he's made of. He's not getting along with the Bobcat's staff and a change of scenery may help him. Donyell Marshall is nothing more than filler and an expiring contract next off-season.

Line-up:

PG: Jason Terry/2nd round pick
SG: D-Wade/Daequan Cook
SF: Gerald Wallace/Donyell Marshall
PF: Michael Beasley/Joel Anthony
C: Erick Dampier/Zo

Dallas Mavericks

Dallas is in need of an almost total change in line-up. They send away Terry, Dampier, and Howard, and bring in new, young talent for a quick off-season rebuild. They take the #4 pick, which could land them Mayo or Bayless and the #24 pick to choose a center; DeAndre Jordan has fallen in almost every mock draft to the late 20's or they can land Hibbert. Marion is also a great fit for J-Kidd who loves to run and excels as a PG off alley-oop passes and quick dishes.

Line-up:

PG: Jason Kidd/Bayless or Mayo
SG: Mayo/Stackhouse
SF: Marion/
PF: Dirk Nowitzki/Brandon Bass
C: DeAndre Jordan or Hibbert/

Seattle Supersonics

Seattle is a rebuilding team and I'm not sure if Josh Howard is the right guy for a rebuilding team, so I added in that they traded Howard immediately for Okafor, Wallace, and a next years 1st round pick via Seattle. They also give up Wilcox in the deal, but they didn't need him anymore anyway. Chris Quinn averaged 15 and 7 this past season when the Heat players "mysteriously" became injured lol. He definitely has some Nash in him by shooting over 40% from the three and his assist/turnover ratio is incredible at 4/1 when playing starters minutes. He develops every year and I promise is a baller on the offensive end. Defense needs work, but he can definitely turn into a poor man's Steve Nash. Dorrell Wright is a good defender, has great athleticism, his mid-range shot is flawless and he hits it very consistently. He lacks 3-point shooting, but makes up for it with great athleticism. He develops little by little every year and he definitely can become a Shawn Marion type player in a year or two. Showed glimpses of becoming very good with close to a 20 point 18 rebound game. He is very hard-working and would go great with a rebuilding team. Brandon Bass has also came out of nowhere this year and impressed Dallas. He's hardworking and is one of those players who isn't afraid to get hurt and fights for every rebound and just sacrifices his body for the team (no homo lol).

Line-up:

PG: Quinn/Watson
SG: Durant/Wilkins
SF: Wright
PF: Green/Bass
C: Okafor

Charlotte Bobcats
Most people would say Charlotte got robbed, but Wallace has not been getting along with the Bobcats front office for sometime now and I think it's time for a change of scenery. Jordan is trying to win now and Howard still in his prime can elevate them to doing just that. They also get Seattle's first pick in the second round to pick up a guy like Joey Dorsey. As well as that, they also get next year's first round pick which is sure to be a lottery pick to add along to their own 1st round pick next year to really balance out their roster. Haslem is a double double machine and is underrated. Next season may not go too well, but with a lottery pick next season and Thabeet sure to get better, they can pick him up to play center and Tyreke Evans or  Chase Budinger to take over the PG positions. They can go anyway in next season's draft, I'm just naming some picks.

Line-up: AFTER NEXT SEASON!!

PG: Raymond Felton/Evens or Budinger
SG: Jason Richardson/Davis
SF: Josh Howard
PF: Haslem
C: Hasheem Thabeet
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« Reply #1 on: June 25, 2008, 05:22:48 am »

Dallas is getting way too much.
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« Reply #2 on: June 25, 2008, 11:57:09 am »

Seattle is giving up way too much to get only one proven player in return.
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« Reply #3 on: June 25, 2008, 05:58:43 pm »

Am cool  with it.

But it would kill are cap for 2010. & i don't see Pat doing that.
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« Reply #4 on: June 26, 2008, 02:13:56 am »

i like it very much for miami. it's good for the other teams too
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