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« on: July 26, 2006, 03:49:58 am »
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Who would be good to recieve in a trade for KG?

I think this would good for minnesota
Chicago recieves:
Kevin Garnett

Minnesota receives:
Ben Gordan
Kirk Hinrich
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« Reply #1 on: July 26, 2006, 10:00:24 am »
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No no no no no. It would take Deng, Gordon, a bigger contract, a couple numbers ones, and most likely another team involved because we really don't want guards (where Chicago is talented). You also have to match up salaries. Most likely we would want a great player, two yound talents, at least a number 1.
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« Reply #2 on: July 26, 2006, 12:24:42 pm »
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Almost everytime when someone tries to acquire anothers franchise-player he has to pay higher price than what's reasonable if the other team isn't actually shopping the guy. Why? Because Franchise-players are also the marquee-players who bring fans to the stands and by this their influence is so huge that no team will let them go for cheap or as I said reasonable price.

Just think of AIs situation during the draft night. Philly had a great offer and was about to pull the trigger but still couldn't do it  :roll:
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« Reply #3 on: July 27, 2006, 11:10:45 am »
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Garnett for 2 guards? DUMB
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« Reply #4 on: July 27, 2006, 11:46:19 am »
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Garnett isn't getting traded HIGHLY DOUBT IT. But i dont know if this is just like what the trades would be.
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« Reply #5 on: July 28, 2006, 03:05:21 pm »
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that trade would never happen :|
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« Reply #6 on: August 05, 2006, 09:50:37 pm »
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"Garnett for 2 guards? DUMB"

couldnt have said it better Hughes2James23
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« Reply #7 on: August 06, 2006, 01:12:23 am »
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so trading 20 mil of garnetts salary for gordon and hinrich's 6 mil combined works under the cap rules? lol
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« Reply #8 on: August 06, 2006, 01:38:31 am »
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who cares - kevin mchale is in charge . the pressure will be on and he will go fishing thinking that it will clear his mind to make a good decision.

wrrroooonnng. maybe a bit of research.

who knows what kind of crazed deal he will be talked into taking in garnet eventual trade. this man traded for mark blount - from a so called friend in Danny the "A".
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« Reply #9 on: August 06, 2006, 12:34:09 pm »
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Quote from: "BoomBapRecords"
so trading 20 mil of garnetts salary for gordon and hinrich's 6 mil combined works under the cap rules? lol


are all lakers fans on here this stupid ?? i vote : yes

3rd one to post impossible trades.


For all of you retards that like the lakers. they have rules about trades, the salaries for the next year need to be close.

example here

kg makes 21 million 06/07

BG makes 3.8 million 06/07
Kirk H . makes 3.1 million 06/07

21 and 6.9 are not even fuhking close.
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« Reply #10 on: August 09, 2006, 12:37:18 pm »
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True, Lakers fans are seemingly all cocky fools. There is no reason to trade KG unless he wants to be traded. You can try and convince yourlself that we need to rebuild, but it doesn't make sense.

I'm sure it's fun to think of ways to get KG, heck, if I wasn't a fan of the wolves I would try my hardest to come up with an idea to get KG, but it just won't happen.
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« Reply #11 on: August 15, 2006, 03:32:56 am »
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BG makes 3.8 million 06/07
Kirk H . makes 3.1 million 06/07

21 and 6.9 are not even *******close.


Salary matching only comes in to play if both teams are over the cap. While I don't think the Bulls would trade BG & KH they will have enough room to do a KG trade next season(about 12mil under for 07/08 ) To do a trade this year they would have to use P.J. Brown's contract. For a more likely and reasonable trade offer.....

Example: KG 2006/07 = 21mil
 Bulls offer: Deng, Gordon, Brown, Pick +5mil in cap space

Example: KG 2007/08 = 22mil
 Bulls offer: Deng, Gordon, pick + 12mil in cap space.

(They would have to do the trades prior to inking their other player options and extensions. But I think that these moves would be fair for both teams. You could also sub Nocioni for Deng but only in the 06 scenario as I'm pretty sure he is a free agent next season.) They have this room due to the frontloaded contract on Ben Wallace. (Go Pax!)
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« Reply #12 on: August 15, 2006, 08:14:53 am »
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Garnett is the most valueble guy in the NBA.. you just cant trade him..
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« Reply #13 on: August 16, 2006, 10:06:25 am »
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The best trade for Minnesota would be the following:

Minnesota gets:
Channing Frye ($2.3m)
Jalen Rose ($16.9m)
Quentin Richardson ($6.96m)

New York gets:
Kevin Garnett ($21m)
Trenton Hassell ($4.3m)

Both teams would benefit from that trade.  

Minnesota would get a young talented player in Frye, a good two
guard that can provide perimeter scoring in Quentin and a huge expiring
contract from Jalen.  

New York would get a dominant All-Star in Kevin Garnett that is still
relatively young and have a strong will to want to win a championship
along with a defensive minded two guard in Trenton Hassell.  

With or Without Kevin in Minnesota, the Timberwolves won't be
competitive enough to make it to the Western Conference finals.  
Even if they make the playoffs, they'll probably be eliminated after the first round.

With the prospects of Garnett leaving after this year (he has a player's
option in his contract after this season), it'll be best that McHale makes
moves now (or at least before the trade deadline) to get something
for Garnett than to be left empty handed.  

Finally, Garnett will be in the East and will only meet the Timberwolves
twice a year in the regular season.
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« Reply #14 on: August 17, 2006, 01:18:47 am »
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Quote from: "skip"
The best trade for Minnesota would be the following:

Minnesota gets:
Channing Frye ($2.3m)
Jalen Rose ($16.9m)
Quentin Richardson ($6.96m)

New York gets:
Kevin Garnett ($21m)
Trenton Hassell ($4.3m)

Both teams would benefit from that trade.  

Minnesota would get a young talented player in Frye, a good two
guard that can provide perimeter scoring in Quentin and a huge expiring
contract from Jalen.  

New York would get a dominant All-Star in Kevin Garnett that is still
relatively young and have a strong will to want to win a championship
along with a defensive minded two guard in Trenton Hassell.  

With or Without Kevin in Minnesota, the Timberwolves won't be
competitive enough to make it to the Western Conference finals.  
Even if they make the playoffs, they'll probably be eliminated after the first round.

With the prospects of Garnett leaving after this year (he has a player's
option in his contract after this season), it'll be best that McHale makes
moves now (or at least before the trade deadline) to get something
for Garnett than to be left empty handed.  

Finally, Garnett will be in the East and will only meet the Timberwolves
twice a year in the regular season.


somehow i agree 100%, well said
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