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« on: November 11, 2008, 05:25:01 pm »

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« Reply #1 on: November 11, 2008, 05:28:38 pm »

Bobcats and Knicks do it in my opinion. The Suns would probably want to trade either Barnes or Grant Hill before they pick up a 3rd quality SF, but otherwise it's good.

The Warriors this makes no sense for. Curry wouldn't fit in Golden State the same reason he isn't fitting in in NY. Harrington's contract is expiring, they'd be much better off with that.
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« Reply #2 on: November 11, 2008, 06:55:28 pm »

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Bobcats and Knicks do it in my opinion. The Suns would probably want to trade either Barnes or Grant Hill before they pick up a 3rd quality SF, but otherwise it's good.

The Warriors this makes no sense for. Curry wouldn't fit in Golden State the same reason he isn't fitting in in NY. Harrington's contract is expiring, they'd be much better off with that.


harrington is going to exercise the option on his contract. its 10M why wouldnt he
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« Reply #3 on: November 11, 2008, 07:00:28 pm »

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Bobcats and Knicks do it in my opinion. The Suns would probably want to trade either Barnes or Grant Hill before they pick up a 3rd quality SF, but otherwise it's good.

The Warriors this makes no sense for. Curry wouldn't fit in Golden State the same reason he isn't fitting in in NY. Harrington's contract is expiring, they'd be much better off with that.


harrington is going to exercise the option on his contract. its 10M why wouldnt he


Whatever, the point still stands. Curry's contract is several years longer.
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« Reply #4 on: November 11, 2008, 07:27:04 pm »

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Bobcats and Knicks do it in my opinion. The Suns would probably want to trade either Barnes or Grant Hill before they pick up a 3rd quality SF, but otherwise it's good.

The Warriors this makes no sense for. Curry wouldn't fit in Golden State the same reason he isn't fitting in in NY. Harrington's contract is expiring, they'd be much better off with that.


harrington is going to exercise the option on his contract. its 10M why wouldnt he


Whatever, the point still stands. Curry's contract is several years longer.


Curry's contract is 2 years as well.
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« Reply #5 on: November 11, 2008, 07:28:42 pm »

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Bobcats and Knicks do it in my opinion. The Suns would probably want to trade either Barnes or Grant Hill before they pick up a 3rd quality SF, but otherwise it's good.

The Warriors this makes no sense for. Curry wouldn't fit in Golden State the same reason he isn't fitting in in NY. Harrington's contract is expiring, they'd be much better off with that.


harrington is going to exercise the option on his contract. its 10M why wouldnt he


Whatever, the point still stands. Curry's contract is several years longer.


Curry's contract is 2 years as well.


Actually it's 3 if you count the 2 player options that he'd be an idiot not to exercise.
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« Reply #6 on: November 11, 2008, 07:31:16 pm »

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Bobcats and Knicks do it in my opinion. The Suns would probably want to trade either Barnes or Grant Hill before they pick up a 3rd quality SF, but otherwise it's good.

The Warriors this makes no sense for. Curry wouldn't fit in Golden State the same reason he isn't fitting in in NY. Harrington's contract is expiring, they'd be much better off with that.


harrington is going to exercise the option on his contract. its 10M why wouldnt he


Whatever, the point still stands. Curry's contract is several years longer.


Curry's contract is 2 years as well.


Actually it's 3 if you count the 2 player options that he'd be an idiot not to exercise.


we could make Curry go to Charlotte. Randolph to GSW.. and Anthony Randolph + Brandan Wright going to Charlotte as well.
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« Reply #7 on: November 11, 2008, 09:05:01 pm »

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Bobcats and Knicks do it in my opinion. The Suns would probably want to trade either Barnes or Grant Hill before they pick up a 3rd quality SF, but otherwise it's good.

The Warriors this makes no sense for. Curry wouldn't fit in Golden State the same reason he isn't fitting in in NY. Harrington's contract is expiring, they'd be much better off with that.


harrington is going to exercise the option on his contract. its 10M why wouldnt he


Whatever, the point still stands. Curry's contract is several years longer.


Curry's contract is 2 years as well.


Actually it's 3 if you count the 2 player options that he'd be an idiot not to exercise.


we could make Curry go to Charlotte. Randolph to GSW.. and Anthony Randolph + Brandan Wright going to Charlotte as well.

No. Wright and Randolph are so much more valuable to Golden State then Randolph.
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« Reply #8 on: November 11, 2008, 09:41:11 pm »

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Bobcats and Knicks do it in my opinion. The Suns would probably want to trade either Barnes or Grant Hill before they pick up a 3rd quality SF, but otherwise it's good.

The Warriors this makes no sense for. Curry wouldn't fit in Golden State the same reason he isn't fitting in in NY. Harrington's contract is expiring, they'd be much better off with that.


harrington is going to exercise the option on his contract. its 10M why wouldnt he


Whatever, the point still stands. Curry's contract is several years longer.


Curry's contract is 2 years as well.


Actually it's 3 if you count the 2 player options that he'd be an idiot not to exercise.


we could make Curry go to Charlotte. Randolph to GSW.. and Anthony Randolph + Brandan Wright going to Charlotte as well.



then make it a 5 way and send bosh to us. deal? i thought not.
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« Reply #9 on: November 11, 2008, 10:49:24 pm »

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Bobcats and Knicks do it in my opinion. The Suns would probably want to trade either Barnes or Grant Hill before they pick up a 3rd quality SF, but otherwise it's good.

The Warriors this makes no sense for. Curry wouldn't fit in Golden State the same reason he isn't fitting in in NY. Harrington's contract is expiring, they'd be much better off with that.


harrington is going to exercise the option on his contract. its 10M why wouldnt he


Whatever, the point still stands. Curry's contract is several years longer.


Curry's contract is 2 years as well.


Actually it's 3 if you count the 2 player options that he'd be an idiot not to exercise.


we could make Curry go to Charlotte. Randolph to GSW.. and Anthony Randolph + Brandan Wright going to Charlotte as well.


That's awesome for the 'Cats...that means the 2007 Draft, they get  Brandan Wright, J Rich, and Randolph.

Deal on that for them Wink
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« Reply #10 on: November 11, 2008, 10:52:37 pm »

'Cats and Suns would both say deal in a heart beat.  I don't see how Curry fits the mold in GS?  I doubt they agree to it.  NY gets some good assets....people would look at the length of Carroll's deal and quickly say no deal though.  Carroll's contract was heavily compensated on the front end, so he'll cost less in the future.  It may not be terrible for them, but it's not great either........
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