View Poll Results: Who 'won' the trade?

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  • The Pacers, for the impact in the short term

    4 8.33%
  • The Warriors, for the impact in the short term

    8 16.67%
  • The Pacers, for the impact in the long run

    32 66.67%
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    4 8.33%
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Thread: Who 'won' the trade?

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    Default Who 'won' the trade?

    If there is another poll about this trade, please delete this thread. I didn't see one.

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    Default Re: Who 'won' the trade?

    Is it possible that both teams can win the trade?

    I won't be able to judge this trade until we see what the next trade is. That is, of course, assuming that this was the first trade.

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    Default Re: Who 'won' the trade?

    Trade was good for both teams in the present. However I think Ike Diogu will eventually make this deal a win for the Pacers.

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    Default Re: Who 'won' the trade?

    Carlisle will put Dunleavey, Jr. in situations that play to his strengths so that he revives his career and he becomes a good rotation player.

    Murphy will be a solid rebounder and contributor and will complement JO well.

    Diogu will give us a significant boost off the bench and will make us much deeper.

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    Default Re: Who 'won' the trade?

    Sarunas alone means Golden State is the new NBA champion.
    That'll do.

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    Default Re: Who 'won' the trade?

    Quote Originally Posted by pig norton View Post
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    Sarunas alone means Golden State is the new NBA champion.


    I'm answering "both" to the original post.
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