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MillerTime
03-21-2009, 10:52 PM
http://www.realgm.com/src_checktrade.php?tradeid=5043507

Pacers Send:
Quis
Dunleavy
Hibbert
2012 First Rounder
2010 First rounder (protected top 5)
2 2010 2nd Rounders (from Dallas)

Toronto Sends:
Bosh


http://games.espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=cxk64s
(this trade didnt work under ESPN's Trade Machine. I tried fiddling with it but couldnt get it to work. But what I wanted to do was trade Ford and Foster for Ellis)

Pacers Send:
Ford
Foster

GS Sends:
Ellis

http://games.espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=ckwvcr
Heres a 3 team deal that would get rid of Tinsley and add a big man, that would be needed after letting Rasho expire and Foster being traded.

Pacers Send:
Tinsley

Pacers Receive:
Wright
Mohammad

Heat Send:
James Jones
Wright

Heat Receive:
Tinsley

Bobcats Send:
Nazr Mohammad

Bobcats Receive:
James Jones


This 3 trades are a long shot but could work depending on what the respective players thinks about their current team.

Bosh has been rumored to want out of Toronto (and then took it back). Any Raptor fan would know that Bosh wants out because of his demeanor on the court.

Ellis has been wanting to get out of GS (http://www.realgm.com/src_wiretap_archives/57724/20090306/sources_monta_trying_to_get_out_of_golden_state/) and it seems that Ford would fit nicely with Nellie's system.

Its no surprise to anyone that Tinsley is going to be (hopefully) traded in the near future. Miami is looking for a PG to help Chamlers carry the duty. Miami seems to be be doing great with Moon and Cook at SF. I think they could move Jones and Wright for Tinsley (who will only have 2 years left on his contract after this season).



Leaving a team of:

Ellis/Jack/Diener
Rush/Wright
Granger/Graham
Murphy/McRoberts
Bosh/Mohammad

I know this is a long shot, but you cant blame a fan for dreaming. There's also a fear that having so many good players in the starting lineup could cause chemistry issues, as we've seen in LA (Clippers) and the previous NY Knicks team.

This is how our Salary Cap would look for next season (I hope this is correct):

Troy Murphy - $11 047 619
Danny Granger - $11 000 000 (I'm estimating)
Jarrett Jack - $2 899 798 (Pick up his qualifying)
Brandon Rush - $1 934 160
Travis Diener - $1 740 000 (I'm sure he'll pick up his option)
Josh McRoberts - $1 000 000 (resign)
Steven Graham - $1 000 000 (resign)
Nazr Mohammad - $6 466 600
Dorell Wright - $2 887 183
Monta Ellis - $11 000 000
Chris Bosh - $15 779 912

TOTAL - $66 755 272

This season we are at $69 018 858. We will have a little less salary than last season, but we are a much better team! But this could change because there are a few spots on the roster that are allowed to be filled

idioteque
03-22-2009, 11:43 AM
No way we trade Hibbert, who has the chance to be as good and as popular with the fans as Rik Smits, for Chris Bosh, who is a known malcontent and wouldn't want to play for Indiana, anyway. Just no way that is happening.

duke dynamite
03-22-2009, 01:04 PM
It must be boring up there in Toronto.

speakout4
03-22-2009, 04:35 PM
It must be boring up there in Toronto.
You are kidding, right? Probably the most cosmopolitan city in Canada. it's got everything except Hoosiers.

Trophy
03-22-2009, 07:31 PM
In the Bosh trade we'd be giving up so much for so little. Giving up Mike and Roy. The Tinsley trade isn't too bad though and I'm not sure on how the Ellis trade would work out for us

MillerTime
03-22-2009, 07:46 PM
You are kidding, right? Probably the most cosmopolitan city in Canada. it's got everything except Hoosiers.

I agree. Toronto is one of the best cities in North America

MillerTime
03-22-2009, 07:51 PM
In the Bosh trade we'd be giving up so much for so little. Giving up Mike and Roy. The Tinsley trade isn't too bad though and I'm not sure on how the Ellis trade would work out for us

I don't think so. We're trading for a SuperStar player. Making all these moves is similar to what the Celtics did that offseason to get Allen and KG

Trophy
03-23-2009, 02:42 PM
I don't think so. We're trading for a SuperStar player. Making all these moves is similar to what the Celtics did that offseason to get Allen and KG

Yeah but once Mike is healthy he averages around 20 points a game but its a tough trade to decide on. Both teams can't go wrong on the trade

MillerTime
03-23-2009, 11:06 PM
Yeah but once Mike is healthy he averages around 20 points a game but its a tough trade to decide on. Both teams can't go wrong on the trade
I think the way that Rush is developing and considering Dunleavy's contact and knee (we still don't know how bad it is) Dunleavy is expendable. Don't get me wrong I do like Dunleavy but if we have some quality swingmen we should be able to move 1 for a position at need which is PF/C

Raps are also in a situation where they probably won't be able to resign Bosh and are in the need of swingmen. There are rumors that Parker is going back to Isreal to play ball. It could work for both teams