View Poll Results: Which Pacer(s) will we lose in the forthcoming trade?

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  • Ron Artest

    3 2.40%
  • Jonathon Bender

    16 12.80%
  • Austin Croshere

    16 12.80%
  • Jeff Foster

    9 7.20%
  • Eddie Gill

    40 32.00%
  • Danny Granger

    1 0.80%
  • David Harrison

    2 1.60%
  • Stephen Jackson

    2 1.60%
  • Anthony Johnson

    68 54.40%
  • Fred Jones

    68 54.40%
  • Jermaine O'Neal

    4 3.20%
  • Scot Pollard

    58 46.40%
  • Jamaal Tinsley (BYC)

    4 3.20%
  • Dale Davis (S&T)

    10 8.00%
  • John Edwards (S&T)

    12 9.60%
  • James Jones (S&T)

    10 8.00%
  • Reggie's contract

    8 6.40%
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    Please learn to read carefully before you make a response like that. He said sexiest, not sexist.

    Sorry.

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    Uhm - BBall, care to explain why you're the only one to vote for Jermaine?

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    Uhm - BBall, care to explain why you're the only one to vote for Jermaine?
    Luuucyyy you've got some splaining to dooo....

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    lol we already know bball wants JO and Tinsley to be traded

    'Wants'? Did I say I want thm traded? I voted that I felt they 'might' get traded.
    I think management has had some doubts about JO even before he got maxed (which doesn't make a lot of sense but I believe they had some question marks) and I think Tinsley has fallen a couple of notches as well.

    I don't want them traded for an expiring contract but I don't feel anyone is 'untradable' and there could be 'things' out there (if management was inclined to look... and I think they would be).

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    Uhm - BBall, care to explain why you're the only one to vote for Jermaine?
    Explain why -I- voted or explain why nobody else has?

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    Ok fair enough. if you recall at the end of the season Bird did say if O'neal was unable to lead this team, then they may have to find someone that could.


    So I could see where you could draw conclusions from that. that certainly would be a shocker though..

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    Explain why -I- voted or explain why nobody else has?

    -Bball "Slick" Willy
    I'll work on the wording a little for next time. I don't expect you to know the minds of everyone who voted, though it would have been fun to see you try.

    You're previous explanation was enough for me. Thanks!

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    ^^Damn you PacerFan23....everytime I scroll through these threads...I keep on staring at your avatar of Danica what-her-lead......what was this thread about again?

    Trade Danica for who?

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    must not look directly into her pic just like the sun you will go blind...

    I could change it back to David Harrison or something but then where is the fun in that ?

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    must not look directly into her pic just like the sun you will go blind...

    I could change it back to David Harrison or something but then where is the fun in that ?
    I love Danica, I love Danica, I love Danica.........

    Sorry got a little starstruck there.... back to the topic at hand.

    I am saying KG and Wally Sz. for JO,Bender,AJ
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    I dont know if we WILL be traded but reason that he MAY be traded would be
    Last year of contract...
    Drafter Granger who can play the 2
    Sarunas will play both the 1 and 2 and be the first back up option on both.
    will resign JJ most likely as we do not need to use exception money to do so.
    Granger is a very good rebounder and way to big to play the 2 spot. Just like JJ, he can't guard NBA 2's. Got the jumper range without a doubt. But couldn't play the D. (IMO)

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    Granger is a very good rebounder and way to big to play the 2 spot. Just like JJ, he can't guard NBA 2's. Got the jumper range without a doubt. But couldn't play the D. (IMO)
    He did a good job on Rip, and Rip's among the fastest of the NBA 2s.

    We could play JJ against big guards, and Saras against small ones.
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    Granger is a very good rebounder and way to big to play the 2 spot. Just like JJ, he can't guard NBA 2's. Got the jumper range without a doubt. But couldn't play the D. (IMO)
    Ok first I will say I am no certified Granger expert how-eva lol

    From every thing I have seen and reports I have heard from multiple places.
    He can play and guard up to 4 positions. Now PG I am sure is probably stretching it. But he is 6' 8 1/2 with shoes and is labeled as defensive stopper as one of his key attributes so I dont see why he could not guard or play the 2.
    He certainly has the athleticism for it which was confirmed when did the workouts for teams before the draft,now he may not get alot of minutes there I don't know but at the very least we certainly would not be hurting if he had to fill in at the 2. Granger is a special player in certain aspects IMO

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    Peck: Poll Killa!

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    wtf ?? lol

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    Fred Jones and Scott Pollard. Thats what I think.

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    I keep looking at this 4 PG situation and I think something's going to happen. Looking around the league, I see one team in particular that really needs PG help: The Clippers.
    Let's not forget the Raptors, who are losing Milt Palacio to free agency, along with Alvin Williams sitting out another year due to surgery/recovery. Oh yeah, and they're #41 pick of Roko Ukic, the point guard from Europe has decided to bail and go play for some team in Spain!

    That leaves them with one...and only one point guard in Rafer Alston; and we all know how Rafer got along with the organization last year. They're in the hunt for a PG just as much as the Clippers. The only downside is besides Bosh - they have no one I'd be real interested in for our team. And getting Bosh just seems real unrealistic.

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    I want us to trade for Rasho, without giving up sure-fire rotation players.

    I'd like to keep Fred, we need a defender of the quick, small guys. Besides, he fits into Bird's fast-paced plan, he can push the ball, slash to the basket.
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    Let's not forget the Raptors, who are losing Milt Palacio to free agency, along with Alvin Williams sitting out another year due to surgery/recovery. Oh yeah, and they're #41 pick of Roko Ukic, the point guard from Europe has decided to bail and go play for some team in Spain!

    That leaves them with one...and only one point guard in Rafer Alston; and we all know how Rafer got along with the organization last year. They're in the hunt for a PG just as much as the Clippers. The only downside is besides Bosh - they have no one I'd be real interested in for our team. And getting Bosh just seems real unrealistic.
    What about Lamond Murray? He's in the last year of his contract, too.
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    I think we have enought 6'7 swingmen
    dont you want the awe inspiring Rafael Araujo

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    Let's not forget the Raptors, who are losing Milt Palacio to free agency, along with Alvin Williams sitting out another year due to surgery/recovery. Oh yeah, and they're #41 pick of Roko Ukic, the point guard from Europe has decided to bail and go play for some team in Spain!

    That leaves them with one...and only one point guard in Rafer Alston; and we all know how Rafer got along with the organization last year. They're in the hunt for a PG just as much as the Clippers. The only downside is besides Bosh - they have no one I'd be real interested in for our team. And getting Bosh just seems real unrealistic.

    actually, aaron williams wouldnt be a bad backup for jo...

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    Peck, since you voted we would trade the whole team, care to tell us what team we are getting back in return?

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    Peck, since you voted we would trade the whole team, care to tell us what team we are getting back in return?
    This is easy: Chicago. Peck and Jay would be estatic, as our resident Bulls fans.
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    This is easy: Chicago. Peck and Jay would be estatic, as our resident Bulls fans.
    Grace would like it too, as long as Skiles was included. And we included Larry, of course.
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