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« on: January 17, 2009, 09:45:58 am »



I like it a lot. It fits every team's needs. Is Prime Time the best trade poster? If you think so, put +1 rep Cheesy Tongue

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« Reply #1 on: January 17, 2009, 09:49:34 am »

The Bulls want nothing to do with this deal.

Mavericks upgrade at center but I don't know if they want Hughes...especially to replace Howard.

Raptors, as I expected, get the best of the deal. Come on now Prime. Smiley
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« Reply #2 on: January 17, 2009, 09:51:36 am »

The Raptors get a good deal, it's kind of lousy for everyone else.
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« Reply #3 on: January 17, 2009, 09:54:41 am »

good idea, just needs some tweaking of the pieces involved
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« Reply #4 on: January 17, 2009, 09:59:20 am »

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Now the bulls have to like it.

Andres Nocioni for Dampier... They'll do

and Tyrus Thomas is equal in talent and equal in performance as Jamario Moon.

The Mavs do it... nocioni would replace Howard really well.  :wink: celbsy
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« Reply #5 on: January 17, 2009, 10:02:31 am »

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Now the bulls have to like it.

Andres Nocioni for Dampier... They'll do

and Tyrus Thomas is equal in talent and equal in performance as Jamario Moon.

The Mavs do it... nocioni would replace Howard really well.  :wink: celbsy


LOL the Bulls would not do this, at all. Why would they trade Thomas for the 34-year old Dampier and his stupid contract? And then Nocioni for a bunch of crap? Never.

It's upgraded for the Mavs but still...I don't know.
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« Reply #6 on: January 17, 2009, 11:50:46 am »

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Now the bulls have to like it.

Andres Nocioni for Dampier... They'll do

and Tyrus Thomas is equal in talent and equal in performance as Jamario Moon.

The Mavs do it... nocioni would replace Howard really well.  :wink: celbsy


LOL the Bulls would not do this, at all. Why would they trade Thomas for the 34-year old Dampier and his stupid contract? And then Nocioni for a bunch of crap? Never.

It's upgraded for the Mavs but still...I don't know.


really? nocioni has a long contract.. plus look at their back court:

Derrick Rose
Kirck Hinrich
Ben Gordon
Larry Hughes
Luol Deng
Andres Nocioni
Tyrus Thomas

those are pg,sg,sf.. they need a big man desperately.. Most of the guys above are capable starters in the nba. Chicago does it in my opinion.. Plus they get Jamario Moon.. Who's practically identical in numbers to Tyrus Thomas.
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« Reply #7 on: January 17, 2009, 12:34:31 pm »

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Added version 2...

Now the bulls have to like it.

Andres Nocioni for Dampier... They'll do

and Tyrus Thomas is equal in talent and equal in performance as Jamario Moon.

The Mavs do it... nocioni would replace Howard really well.  :wink: celbsy


LOL the Bulls would not do this, at all. Why would they trade Thomas for the 34-year old Dampier and his stupid contract? And then Nocioni for a bunch of crap? Never.

It's upgraded for the Mavs but still...I don't know.


really? nocioni has a long contract.. plus look at their back court:

Derrick Rose
Kirck Hinrich
Ben Gordon
Larry Hughes
Luol Deng
Andres Nocioni
Tyrus Thomas

those are pg,sg,sf.. they need a big man desperately.. Most of the guys above are capable starters in the nba. Chicago does it in my opinion.. Plus they get Jamario Moon.. Who's practically identical in numbers to Tyrus Thomas.


First of all Thomas is 6'9...he's not a part of there backcourt. They don't want to get rid of Thomas is what I'm saying. Thomas oozes potential; he's 22-years old and has been playing well lately, whilst Jamario Moon is a crappy 30-year old who's a bench player for everybody but the Raptors. I am as skeptical of Thomas as the next guy and all Bulls fans know it, but please, don't compare him to Jamario Moon.

Dampier sucks...he's in his mid 30's and has a terrible contract that extends past 2010. His only redeemable quality is rebounding.

You also claim that they have a jammed backcourt, so they're gonna trade Nocioni for Antoine Wright and James Singleton, who are both end of the bench rotation players (not in Dallas, but on the Bulls, they would never play). That doesn't make a whole lot of sense to me.

I'm not trying to be a d*ck, I'm just saying why your trade isn't very good...and I'm sure a Bulls fan would agree with me.
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« Reply #8 on: January 17, 2009, 12:54:29 pm »

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Added version 2...

Now the bulls have to like it.

Andres Nocioni for Dampier... They'll do

and Tyrus Thomas is equal in talent and equal in performance as Jamario Moon.

The Mavs do it... nocioni would replace Howard really well.  :wink: celbsy


LOL the Bulls would not do this, at all. Why would they trade Thomas for the 34-year old Dampier and his stupid contract? And then Nocioni for a bunch of crap? Never.

It's upgraded for the Mavs but still...I don't know.


really? nocioni has a long contract.. plus look at their back court:

Derrick Rose
Kirck Hinrich
Ben Gordon
Larry Hughes
Luol Deng
Andres Nocioni
Tyrus Thomas

those are pg,sg,sf.. they need a big man desperately.. Most of the guys above are capable starters in the nba. Chicago does it in my opinion.. Plus they get Jamario Moon.. Who's practically identical in numbers to Tyrus Thomas.


First of all Thomas is 6'9...he's not a part of there backcourt. They don't want to get rid of Thomas is what I'm saying. Thomas oozes potential; he's 22-years old and has been playing well lately, whilst Jamario Moon is a crappy 30-year old who's a bench player for everybody but the Raptors. I am as skeptical of Thomas as the next guy and all Bulls fans know it, but please, don't compare him to Jamario Moon.

Dampier sucks...he's in his mid 30's and has a terrible contract that extends past 2010. His only redeemable quality is rebounding.

You also claim that they have a jammed backcourt, so they're gonna trade Nocioni for Antoine Wright and James Singleton, who are both end of the bench rotation players (not in Dallas, but on the Bulls, they would never play). That doesn't make a whole lot of sense to me.

I'm not trying to be a d*ck, I'm just saying why your trade isn't very good...and I'm sure a Bulls fan would agree with me.


wait...

all im trying to prove is their line up and balance will be way better after this trade. Which line up is better?

PG: Derrick Rose
SG: Ben Gordon
SF: Luol Deng
PF: Drew Gooden
C: Dampier
off the bench: Kick Hinrich, Larry Hughes, Moon

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PG: Derrick Rose
SG: Ben Gordon
SF:Luol Deng
PF: Thomas
C: Drew Gooden
off the bench: Kirk Hinrich, Larry Hughes, Andres Nocioni


in my opinion, the first line up is way better. Plus you talk about contracts... Nocioni's contract is 5 years long!!
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« Reply #9 on: January 17, 2009, 01:01:32 pm »

LOL all you did was switch Dampier and Thomas! And Moon with Nocioni! That's it!
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« Reply #10 on: January 17, 2009, 01:10:30 pm »

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Added version 2...

Now the bulls have to like it.

Andres Nocioni for Dampier... They'll do

and Tyrus Thomas is equal in talent and equal in performance as Jamario Moon.

The Mavs do it... nocioni would replace Howard really well.  :wink: celbsy


LOL the Bulls would not do this, at all. Why would they trade Thomas for the 34-year old Dampier and his stupid contract? And then Nocioni for a bunch of crap? Never.

It's upgraded for the Mavs but still...I don't know.


really? nocioni has a long contract.. plus look at their back court:

Derrick Rose
Kirck Hinrich
Ben Gordon
Larry Hughes
Luol Deng
Andres Nocioni
Tyrus Thomas

those are pg,sg,sf.. they need a big man desperately.. Most of the guys above are capable starters in the nba. Chicago does it in my opinion.. Plus they get Jamario Moon.. Who's practically identical in numbers to Tyrus Thomas.


First of all Thomas is 6'9...he's not a part of there backcourt. They don't want to get rid of Thomas is what I'm saying. Thomas oozes potential; he's 22-years old and has been playing well lately, whilst Jamario Moon is a crappy 30-year old who's a bench player for everybody but the Raptors. I am as skeptical of Thomas as the next guy and all Bulls fans know it, but please, don't compare him to Jamario Moon.

Dampier sucks...he's in his mid 30's and has a terrible contract that extends past 2010. His only redeemable quality is rebounding.

You also claim that they have a jammed backcourt, so they're gonna trade Nocioni for Antoine Wright and James Singleton, who are both end of the bench rotation players (not in Dallas, but on the Bulls, they would never play). That doesn't make a whole lot of sense to me.

I'm not trying to be a d*ck, I'm just saying why your trade isn't very good...and I'm sure a Bulls fan would agree with me.


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« Reply #11 on: January 17, 2009, 03:42:01 pm »

http://games.espn.go.com/nba/features/traderesult?players=356~3032~615~510~2745~181&teams=6~28~14~4~4~28&te=&cash=

OK here's a blend of rumored deals wants and needs.

Chicago gives up Hughes and Thomas ends up with Marion and Bass, both will  play this year, maybe resign Bass, maybe Marion too with a reasonable offer. Either way they improve this year by getting them up front, losing Hughes and get some cap space for next year.


Dallas gets another scorer which Nowitski says they need, they just got Carroll who is basically a three point specialist, Hughes has a better all around game even if he shoots too much.

Toronto gets a younger center at half the price and an athletic forward which Bargani certainly isn't. If Bosh decides to leave they aren't without size up front.

Miami gets O'Neal who Riley is looking at and his contract expires when they want to resign Wade.
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