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« on: May 25, 2010, 01:54:04 am »

This is going to seem weird but it helps in our rebuild.

1st trade: Rip/Wilcox to OKC for Seflosha/Kristic/Collison/2nd

We trade Rip's extended contract along with Wilcox's expiring goes to OKC who gets some veteran help. Seflosha can come off the bench here and be a lock down defender and we get a couple of expirings in Kristic and Collison.

2nd trade: Gordon/CV/Maxiell to Milwaukee for Redd/Delfino/both 2nds

We trade Gordon along with CV and Maxiell to the Bucks for Redd who is on a expiring deal along with Delfino who is expiring along with 2 2nd rd picks which gives us 4 2nds.


#7: Greg Monroe
#36: Alex Schved(let him stay overseas for this year)
#37: Tim Ohlbrecht(let him stay overseas for this year)
#47: Desean Butler(put him on IR for the season to let him recover)
#51: Ishmeal Smith


C: Ben Wallace/Nick Collison/Greg Monroe
PF: Channing Frye/Greg Monroe/Jonas Jerebko
SF: Tayshaun Prince/Jonas Jerebko/Austin Daye
SG: Micheal Redd/Thabo Seflosha/Austin Daye
PG: Rodney Stuckey/Will Bynum

In Street Clothes: Desean Butler/Carlos Delfino/Nenad Kristic
Overseas: Alex Schved/Tim Olhbrecht

We get a year of transition but we can be buyers at the trade deadline because we would have expirings in Prince/Redd/COllison/Kristic to use.

After next season before FA and before the draft our lineup would look like

C: Greg Monroe
PF: Jonas Jerebko/ Tim Olhbrecht
SF: Austin Daye/Desean Butler
SG: Thabo Seflosha/ Alex Schved
PG: Rodney Stuckey/Ishmael Smith

After signing Stuckey to a long term deal we would have some cap room to sign a big time free agent and have a good draft pick to go in there somewhere. You get a combo of a SF/SG and a bigman with the draft and free agency. Either way we would then have a young team to look forward to in the future.
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« Reply #1 on: May 25, 2010, 07:03:29 pm »

I would have no problem with this.

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« Reply #2 on: May 26, 2010, 04:27:57 am »

I don't think Milwaukee would want CV back. Delfino is liked in Milwaukee as well. Channing Frye isn't leaving Phoenix, both parties are talking about a new contract.
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