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  • KHD
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    only way i'm giving up a first is if we're trading carroll and getting aminu + expirings to save about 10M/year over the next 2. zero chance that i'd give a first for PJ tucker.

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  • LJ2
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    tDotted wrote: View Post
    I'd love PJ here but if he's going to cost a 1st, I'd rather just go after Nick Young
    Couldn't think of two players that are more the opposite of each other.

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  • Rudy Bargnani
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    I'd rather just cut Sullinger and sign Barnes than trade a first for tucker. Especially if he's a rental.

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  • rocwell
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  • planetmars
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    Marcus Thornton is probably going to get waived by Brooklyn. Would rather get him than Tucker if it means not giving up a first. Thornton's a better 3pt shooter too.

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  • tDotted
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    I'd love PJ here but if he's going to cost a 1st, I'd rather just go after Nick Young

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  • rocwell
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    Sounds like the Knicks are going hard after Ricky RUbio. New York Europeans? Lol.

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  • Mess
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    Doug Smith knows less than Jon Snow.

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  • Maury
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    Chr1s1anL wrote: View Post
    Doug Smith is stupider than Leo Rautins and Michael Grange put together.


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  • Chr1s1anL
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    https://twitter.com/SmithRaps/status/834777292970852352

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  • Just Is
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    S.R. wrote: View Post
    I like Tucker, I don't think the Raptors should be offering anything more than a second rounder for wing depth at this point, though. Not if it's a short-term guy, at least.
    Honestly; if they could trade Sully for even a future first or second; that'd free up a roster space and they can just sign Toupane from the 905 if they really want Wing Depth.

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  • Risk Mgmt
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    If our GM make no further trades.... Its all good. We have a good team as it is right now... its now up to the COACH / playbook and players do their best.

    Our GM has constructed a frame work somewhat similar to the Spurs...consistency, chemistry, calm and display of patience.
    Only make trades that makes good sense now and in future. R.C. Buford and his staff role model for consistency...

    I wish our Coaching staff all the best and I hope Casey can up his game. The GM has done his part for now and need no make foolish trades for sake of trading....confident he won't.

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  • S.R.
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    Chr1s1anL wrote: View Post
    PJ Tucker seems like the safe trade to make. Wouldn't mind having him for a playoffs run. Add some more toughness and defensive experience in the playoffs. Another body to throw at Lebron. No one will punk us with Ibaka and Tucker.

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    I like Tucker, I don't think the Raptors should be offering anything more than a second rounder for wing depth at this point, though. Not if it's a short-term guy, at least.

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  • ebrian
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    I'm always fascinated by PJ Tucker stories. Like Anthony Parker for example. Players that just weren't very good, went to play in another country and somehow became decent players. The story of overcoming odds and growing up.

    But I think what bothers me about PJ Tucker is that we had him before. He was a 2nd round pick.

    From a pure "principle" standpoint, we can't trade a 1st round pick for a former 2nd round pick that we drafted. =)

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  • charlesnba23
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    Maybe they will just cut Sully and sign a free agent

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