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  • Kennay
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    Hey there's no need to get personal.
    First of all GMs say things like "we're not looking to trade this guy" or whatever all the time. That usually doesn't actually mean much, publicly declaring they're trying to trade someone away is just bad public relations. Personally I'm convinced if they don't resign Nellie as coach and try to develop a more prototypical team the first thing they'll do is trade Monta.
    As for Gasol, I still can't imagine that trade happening. One major thing is that it would make the Lakers look like complete assholes, sending him away to some crappy team after all he's done for them. Bosh's style is also really ball-dominant, while the triangle offense is based on good, quick ball movement. Lastly, the Lakers JUST extended Gasol for some big money. Very doubtful of this trade.

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  • TheGloveinRapsUniform
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    LBF wrote: View Post
    jose and our draft pick for monta? monta would make our team so sick.
    yeah, he'd be the NBA scoring champ and we'll be taking NJ's place in the standings. Do you really want a PG taking 25-30 shots a game? Might as well get him 4 centers to play with him and just rebound the ball.

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  • mo-sales
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    GS turned down Mayo and Thabeet for Monta....I don't even think Jose's family likes him enough to take that trade.

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  • LBF
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    Kennay wrote: View Post
    Actually Golden State is looking to get rid of Monta to make more room for Curry. This has actually been a story for a large part of the year, so maybe you should do a little research before making assumptions. Might help your case for regular writer a bit.
    jose and our draft pick for monta? monta would make our team so sick.

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  • TheGloveinRapsUniform
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    Kennay wrote: View Post
    Gasol does NOT make sense for Toronto. He is basically a Euro version of Bosh, plus we saw where he managed to take the Grizzlies when he was their franchise player. Bosh for Bynum, and if Bynum can stay healthy it would make sense.
    Andrew Bynum? R u f**kin kidding me?? hahaha remember when kobe said that in the parking lot?? hahaha

    He's good but i think he's a bit injury prone. in 5 seasons with the lakers, he only managed to play 287 games. He missed a total of 123 games. Thats like a season and a half, and he's only 23. What more when he puts in a full season? his body might break down and youll be stuck with a hefty, useless contract (13mil a year). And you dont want Gasol, but he is more efficient than Bynum. He's averaging 18-11-3-1.7 this year, and that was sharing time with Bynum. Imagine if he was the only center in LA, he'd probably be averaging in the 20s. He's a big with good passing skills and he can run the floor pretty good, a perfect compliment to Bargs. He's a post player and defender and can knock down shots within 5-10 feet of the basket. He did get injured this year but he wouldve came back earlier but there was no urgency to rush him back because they had bynum and the Lakers werent really struggling that bad without him.

    A Euro version of Bosh? hahaha Have you seen Gasol get the ball from the top of the key and shoot the ball?? have you seen him get the ball, go face-up with a defender and then take a fadeaway J?? and youre telling me to do research???
    hahaha.

    I rest my case.
    Last edited by TheGloveinRapsUniform; Fri Apr 16, 2010, 10:41 AM.

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  • TheGloveinRapsUniform
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    Kennay wrote: View Post
    Actually Golden State is looking to get rid of Monta to make more room for Curry. This has actually been a story for a large part of the year, so maybe you should do a little research before making assumptions. Might help your case for regular writer a bit.
    Oh, im sorry Kennay, didnt know you were part of the hiring committee!

    The GSW never really said they were going to trade Monta nor they pitched trade offers to other teams involving him. speculation arose that they might want to move him because of his initial attitude towards curry, and then he got injured and curry stepped up. The GM already indicated that Monta "is not going anywhere" because with him and curry, they have the highest scoring backcourt in the NBA.

    i guess i did do my research so does that make me a qualified writer now?

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  • cornbreadd
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    Bosh for Noah, Heinrich and a Pick. If I had to, I would take that

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  • maputo88
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    S&T Bosh

    It would be best for us to trade Bosh to Oklahoma for Jeff Green. This actually makes sense to OKC because Bosh is an upgrade for them. Can we trade Turkoglu for a rebounder - look at DuJuan Blair last night or Brandon Bass - Yes I know the $$ don't work, just ideas flowing here. Most important is a new coach with an actual defensive scheme. AB has the potential play positional defence if told how to do it - just don't expecta rebounder out of him, but he can block shots.

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  • mo-sales
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    I agree with Kennay, it doesn't make sense for either team. I think both would say no.

    The lakers would never give up that much and they love Gasol. They need a point guard. Flipping big men makes no sense, especially when Gasol is more marketable to the Latin American community.

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  • Raptomist
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    J_Dubyah wrote: View Post
    You heard it here first: If the Lakers fail to repeat as champions, Bosh (and perhaps Calderon, too) is going to Lakers for Pau Gasol. It makes too much sense for both teams.
    Who knows, but you're hardly the first to suggest this. I've read it a few times - even today:
    http://www.nba.com/bulls/news/smith_100405.html
    (or was it you who leaked it to Sam Smith?)

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  • Kennay
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    J_Dubyah wrote: View Post
    You heard it here first: If the Lakers fail to repeat as champions, Bosh (and perhaps Calderon, too) is going to Lakers for Pau Gasol. It makes too much sense for both teams.
    Gasol does NOT make sense for Toronto. He is basically a Euro version of Bosh, plus we saw where he managed to take the Grizzlies when he was their franchise player. Bosh for Bynum, and if Bynum can stay healthy it would make sense.

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  • J_Dubyah
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    Bosh is going to LA

    You heard it here first: If the Lakers fail to repeat as champions, Bosh (and perhaps Calderon, too) is going to Lakers for Pau Gasol. It makes too much sense for both teams.

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  • mo-sales
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    Yea, I'm only on board for David Lee if Bargs and Turk are gone as well. He has inflated stats on a bad team without any rebounding and has been in back to back contract years. Something tells me he wants to get inked and take a year off.

    GS has no need for a PF, they have Randolph who has once in a generation talent and Brandon Wright, a hidden gem. If they want to give us either or both, hopefully BC will oblige them.

    I think he goes Heat or Bulls, but Heat apparently love Amare. Bulls would work, but I don't see us getting back anything more then Taj Gibson and maybe a pick which will be useless after the Bulls go to the Eastern Conference finals next year.
    If he goes bulls, BC should force them to do a Jose for Hinrich swap, that would make it all worth it.

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  • jeff_hostetler
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    NOOOOOOOO David Lee!!!!!!

    Bad for TO. Bad!

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  • Kennay
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    Actually Golden State is looking to get rid of Monta to make more room for Curry. This has actually been a story for a large part of the year, so maybe you should do a little research before making assumptions. Might help your case for regular writer a bit.

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