View Full Version : Supposed Magloire Trade (from RealGM)

07-27-2006, 11:34 PM
some bucks poster started this thread stating he's headed for portland. Not really sure about his credibilty, but one poster said he had connections.


Magloire will be traded to Portland in the next few days for Steve Blake, Brian Skinner and the Korean-Ha. Ha has a non-guaranteed contract and will most likely be cut. The trade is basically to get Blake. It's verbally official, just the paperwork needs to be done.

Blazers get
Jamal Magloire

Bucks get
Steve Blake
Brian Skinner
Ha Seung-Jin


has been reported on the RealGM Homepage now too


07-27-2006, 11:40 PM
Man, that's some hot, salty garbage for Milwaulkee.

07-27-2006, 11:41 PM
So the Bucks are getting another PG? This is great news, if true! We should then scoop in and snag Mo Williams :happy:

Jay Ohh
07-27-2006, 11:48 PM
So the Bucks are getting another PG? This is great news, if true! We should then scoop in and snag Mo Williams :happy:

lol Like the Bucks are going to get rid of Mo Williams so they can play Blake.

07-27-2006, 11:49 PM
lol Like the Bucks are going to get rid of Mo Williams so they can play Blake.

It's worth a shot! :devil:

07-27-2006, 11:50 PM
since when has anybody on realgm that has ever posted 'they had sources' been right? you can't take a site full of a bunch of 8-16 year olds too seriously.

07-27-2006, 11:53 PM
Maybe we should make a run at Ha Seung-Jin...he may not play but what a heartthrob!!!


I forgot to mention that these guys suck...but Magloire isn't too good either.

07-27-2006, 11:55 PM
This would be a great reality check for some Pacers fans because it would give them an idea of what would come back if Jack was traded.

Blake and Skinner. Yeah, I see the fans swarming back on that one. :unimpress

Anyone that won't be going to games because of Jack would not return just because he was traded for those 2. What do the Bucks fans think of this rumor?

07-27-2006, 11:59 PM
This isn't that bad of a trade.

Blake is a solid point guard. Skinner is a nice backup at the 4/5. With Bogut, Gazridic, Charlie, and now Skinner they can replace Maglorie.

And I don't think that Blake will push Mo out the door. If anything this just puts Charlie Bell as the third string point guard.

However you are trading one of the better bigs in the league and not getting a whole lot of talent back. I'd be asking for a 1rst or some kind of future considerations in return too.

BTW, why would Portland do this? They don't really need Maglorie with Aldrige/Randolph and didn't they re-sign Joel P? They need Blake because Jack is their only other PG I think since they traded Sebastian Telfair.

I'm confused. I see why the Bucks do it, I don't see why the Blazers do it.

07-28-2006, 12:03 AM
Hey! Don't forget about Joel Freeland...he's a first rounder remember? I don't think this trade will go thru...unless Portland plans to let go of someone in another trade, but lets be serious...Portland isn't really gonna try and get better are they?

07-28-2006, 12:49 AM
That's a lot of centers for Portland:

Magloire, LaFrentz, Przybilla, Aldridge

They're all gonna want to start...

Trader Joe
07-28-2006, 08:45 AM
This is BS.

07-28-2006, 08:51 AM
Ha > John Edwards. We should make him our stiff center on the end of the bench for 2007! :happydanc

07-28-2006, 08:57 AM
so the bucks traded away mason and their 1st in the draft for steve blake and crap????

considering they are looking for a backup PG and an athletic wing this offseason, that magloire deal from last year looks horrible. they could have mason and marcus williams right now and instead are stuck with blake and skinner.

07-28-2006, 09:45 AM
This rumor made Hoopshype


07-28-2006, 12:26 PM
If this trade goes through, it will mean Portland has made two good trades in the last 3 months. (The first being Telfair for the #7 pick, with crap from both sides thrown in) Magloire is a pretty good player and Pryzbilla is really their only other center. Aldrige is less of a 5 than JO is, much less, and they've got Jarrett Jack, Juan Dixon, and Sergio at PG.

07-28-2006, 12:32 PM
We need the Harrington deal to go through... then we could trade Magloire for Steven Jackson and throw in John Edwards as sweetener.


Los Angeles
07-28-2006, 05:53 PM
Ha Seung-Jin torched us last year. That's just one of many memories I plan on drinking away. :alcohol:

EDIT: Thought I'd back it up with stats:

Season Highs / Career Highs
Points -- 8 vs. Indiana 12/02/05 / 13 vs. L.A. Lakers 04/20/05
Field Goals Made -- 3 3 Times / 6 vs. L.A. Lakers 04/20/05
Field Goals Attempted -- 6 vs. Indiana 12/02/05 / 7 vs. L.A. Lakers 04/20/05
Three Point Field Goals Made -- None / None
Three Point Field Goals Attempted -- None / None
Free Throws Made -- 2 2 Times / 2 4 Times
Free Throws Attempted -- 4 vs. Indiana 12/02/05 / 4 vs. Indiana 12/02/05
Offensive Rebounds -- 3 vs. Indiana 12/02/05 / 3 vs. Indiana 12/02/05
Defensive Rebounds -- 4 vs. Miami 01/08/06 / 4 vs. Miami 01/08/06
Total Rebounds -- 6 vs. Indiana 12/02/05 / 6 vs. Indiana 12/02/05
Assists -- 1 @ Indiana 02/08/06 / 2 @ New York 01/09/05
Steals -- 2 vs. Phoenix 04/19/06 / 2 vs. Phoenix 04/19/06
Blocks -- 2 2 Times / 2 3 Times
Minutes Played -- 25 vs. Indiana 12/02/05 / 25 vs. Indiana 12/02/05

Roy Munson
07-28-2006, 06:09 PM
That's a lot of centers for Portland:

Magloire, LaFrentz, Przybilla, Aldridge

They're all gonna want to start...

I'm sure LaFrentz knows he won't start, and Aldridge is at least 2 years from being a productive player as he is skinny and weak. His first two years in Portland will be spent much the same way JO spent his first two years in Portland. Sitting on the bench and learning through observation and practice.

tora tora
07-28-2006, 06:46 PM
Ha's a monster in the paint.

Trader Joe
07-28-2006, 08:31 PM
Yeah but we torched the Blazers in that game bad. That is the only reason Ha was in the game.

07-28-2006, 08:38 PM
I loved Blake at Maryland and DC - wouldn't mind seeing him come back.

07-28-2006, 09:16 PM
Uh, what happened to we couldn't get him because Milwaukee was asking for too much?

07-29-2006, 08:36 AM
Here is the latest


Bucks' trade on hold
Category: General Posted by: Gery

The Bucks may have finally found a taker for Jamaal Magloire.

Then, again, they may not.

After more than a month of talking to numerous NBA teams about a deal involving Magloire, the Bucks could be on the brink of finalizing a deal with the Portland Trail Blazers.

The Bucks would send Magloire to the Blazers for guard Steve Blake, forward Brian Skinner and center Ha Seung-Jin. The Bucks, I've been told, are set to pull the trigger. The Blazers, I've been told, are somewhat reluctant.

While the Bucks are determined to acquire Blake, the Blazers aren't overly thrilled about losing their starting point guard from last season. Blake started 57 games for the Blazers last season, averaging 8.2 points and 4.5 assists.

If the trade went down, though, it could pose some serious problems. Magloire is going into the final year on his contract and isn't likely to be thrilled about sharing playing time with center Joel Przybilla, who recently re-signed with the Blazers.

Also, after trading starting point guard T.J. Ford to Toronto last month, Bucks general manager Larry Harris told Mo Williams and his agent, Mark Bartelstein, that Williams would be the Bucks' starting point guard this season. In addition, Blake isn't likely to be a happy camper, either, if he loses his starting status going into the final year of his contract.

It is unknown whether the Blazers or Bucks would agree to be trade partners if the Blazers didn't relinquish Blake and instead substituted another player, perhaps Juan Dixon.

The Blazers are just one of several teams the Bucks have had discussions regarding Magloire. I was told earlier this week that Golden State could still be in the picture for Magloire as well. The Bucks have an interest in Warriors' big man Troy Murphy, although his lengthy contract - five years, $50 mliion - would appear to be a major hangup.

I've also been told the Cleveland Cavaliers and Indiana Pacers are still pursuing a center or power forward and have had internal discussions about Magloire. The Washington Wizards also inquired about Magloire, but their offer of forward Etan Thomas was rebuffed.

07-29-2006, 05:56 PM
They were the one team really big into signing Thomas when he was a FA, why the sudden disdain?

07-29-2006, 06:28 PM
I would like Blake here for Tinsley insurance.

07-29-2006, 07:17 PM


07-29-2006, 07:17 PM
Uh, what happened to we couldn't get him because Milwaukee was asking for too much?

Lol, yeah. I think we could have gotten him if we wanted.