PDA

View Full Version : I want the Pacers to go after... Antonio Daniels



Frank Slade
07-25-2006, 12:59 AM
With Apologies to UB.

http://www.hoopshype.com/players/antonio_daniels.jpg

Ok so I though about it for ahwile on trying to even out this roster.
And after looking around I really want Antonio Daniels.

He replaces AJ in the defensive category, and is certainly more athletic.

He also can provide scoring at either spot, but more of a PG.
My question is he really a starter quality PG in any capacity. I know he has bounced around alot but would we need to move Sarunas as he is more of a backup. Or can he actually fill the role at this point of a true PG fulltime. Robertmto help me out here , or anyone else for that matter. I would love to have his quickness with this offense. Now some moves would have to made as their is already a glut at PG as far bodies go, not so much as in starting talent.

Perhaps Jackson is moved, I am not sure. Just popped in to my head so there you go.
He seems like a perfect fit , considering if you can make the proper roster adjustments.

Short version as it's late. I am sure I will think of a better explanation tomorrow.

Will Galen
07-25-2006, 01:37 AM
With Apologies to UB.

http://www.hoopshype.com/players/antonio_daniels.jpg

Ok so I though about it for ahwile on trying to even out this roster.
And after looking around I really want Antonio Daniels.

He replaces AJ in the defensive category, and is certainly more athletic.

He also can provide scoring at either spot, but more of a PG.
My question is he really a starter quality PG in any capacity. I know he has bounced around alot but would we need to move Sarunas as he is more of a backup. Or can he actually fill the role at this point of a true PG fulltime. Robertmto help me out here , or anyone else for that matter. I would love to have his quickness with this offense. Now some moves would have to made as their is already a glut at PG as far bodies go, not so much as in starting talent.

Perhaps Jackson is moved, I am not sure. Just popped in to my head so there you go.
He seems like a perfect fit , considering if you can make the proper roster adjustments.

Short version as it's late. I am sure I will think of a better explanation tomorrow.

A career .315 behind the arc.

Plus according to the last bargaining contract teams are discouraged from trading for a player that has the same last name as a player already on the team. We already have Marquis Daniels.

http://www.nbpa.org/cba_articles.got/you.php

rexnom
07-25-2006, 01:46 AM
Jeff Foster for Daniels would probably get it done. I wonder, however, if the Pacers really want to be this committed to another guy at the PG spot. Especially since I'm not sure he is worth Foster and I don't think he is starter quality.

Not that he wasn't HUGE in Seattle two years ago...but they also had Luke Ridnour, who complemented him quite nicely.

Anthem
07-25-2006, 07:27 AM
Tinsley and Jackson for Daniels and Haywoode.

Robertmo thinks Washington would do it.

davstarp10
07-25-2006, 08:15 AM
there are so few real PGs left.....

Trader Joe
07-25-2006, 08:16 AM
A career .315 behind the arc.

Plus according to the last bargaining contract teams are discouraged from trading for a player that has the same last name as a player already on the team. We already have Marquis Daniels.

http://www.nbpa.org/cba_articles.got/you.php

Thats one of the most ludicrous rules I have ever seen.

FrenchConnection
07-25-2006, 08:34 AM
Thats one of the most ludicrous rules I have ever seen.

You missed that this is a joke? Look at the got/you in the URL.