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    Default Indiana - Atlanta

    Pacers Outgoing

    Jermaine O'neal

    Salary: $18,084,000 Years Remaining: 3
    PTS: 19.4 REB: 9.6 AST: 2.4 PER: 18.86

    David Harrison
    Salary: $960,840 Years Remaining: 2
    PTS: 3.0 REB: 1.8 AST: 0.3 PER: 7.01

    Pacers Incoming

    Joe Johnson

    Salary: $12,744,190 Years Remaining: 4
    PTS: 25.0 REB: 4.2 AST: 4.4 PER: 19.56

    Lorenzen Wright

    Salary: $3,250,000 Years Remaining: 2
    PTS: 2.6 REB: 3.2 AST: 0.6 PER: 6.65



    Hawks Outgoing

    Joe Johnson

    Salary: $12,744,190 Years Remaining: 4
    PTS: 25.0 REB: 4.2 AST: 4.4 PER: 19.56

    Lorenzen Wright

    Salary: $3,250,000 Years Remaining: 2
    PTS: 2.6 REB: 3.2 AST: 0.6 PER: 6.65

    Hawks Incoming

    Jermaine O'neal

    Salary: $18,084,000 Years Remaining: 3
    PTS: 19.4 REB: 9.6 AST: 2.4 PER: 18.86

    David Harrison
    Salary: $960,840 Years Remaining: 2
    PTS: 3.0 REB: 1.8 AST: 0.3 PER: 7.01

    Why Indiana does it: They get a talented guard that can play either PG or SG

    Why Atlanta does it: They need a help in the frontcourt

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    Why Atlanta does it: They need a help in the frontcourt
    Then after the trade...won't they need help in the backcourt?

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    They have Lue, Claxton, Childress and Smith. I think they're more needy up front.

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    They have Lue, Claxton, Childress and Smith. I think they're more needy up front.
    Oh, okay...I always pictured Smith as a forward...not a guard. Then I guess they could also use their picks this year to get some more guards.

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    Oh, okay...I always pictured Smith as a forward...not a guard. Then I guess they could also use their picks this year to get some more guards.
    I don't watch Atlanta but yahoo has Smith as a SG/SF and I don't think they can get position eligible without playing at least 5 games at the position.

    Good point on picks. They should be getting 2 lottery picks. I wonder if they'd give us our pick back for Tinsley

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    Pacers Outgoing

    Jermaine O'neal
    Salary: $18,084,000 Years Remaining: 3
    PTS: 19.4 REB: 9.6 AST: 2.4 PER: 18.86

    David Harrison
    Salary: $960,840 Years Remaining: 2
    PTS: 3.0 REB: 1.8 AST: 0.3 PER: 7.01

    Pacers Incoming

    Joe Johnson
    Salary: $12,744,190 Years Remaining: 4
    PTS: 25.0 REB: 4.2 AST: 4.4 PER: 19.56

    Lorenzen Wright
    Salary: $3,250,000 Years Remaining: 2
    PTS: 2.6 REB: 3.2 AST: 0.6 PER: 6.65



    Hawks Outgoing

    Joe Johnson
    Salary: $12,744,190 Years Remaining: 4
    PTS: 25.0 REB: 4.2 AST: 4.4 PER: 19.56

    Lorenzen Wright
    Salary: $3,250,000 Years Remaining: 2
    PTS: 2.6 REB: 3.2 AST: 0.6 PER: 6.65

    Hawks Incoming

    Jermaine O'neal
    Salary: $18,084,000 Years Remaining: 3
    PTS: 19.4 REB: 9.6 AST: 2.4 PER: 18.86

    David Harrison
    Salary: $960,840 Years Remaining: 2
    PTS: 3.0 REB: 1.8 AST: 0.3 PER: 7.01

    Why Indiana does it: They get a talented guard that can play either PG or SG

    Why Atlanta does it: They need a help in the frontcourt
    This might happen 4 leap years from now. Until then you won't see the PAcers and the HAwks doing any kind of business especially after the Al Harrrington fiasco.

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    This might happen 4 leap years from now. Until then you won't see the PAcers and the HAwks doing any kind of business especially after the Al Harrrington fiasco.
    Why would the Pacers hold that against Atlanta? We knew what type of player Al Harrington was and TPTB made the decision to give them our pick and the trade exception for him. I would doubt they're holding a grudge because it didn't work out for us.

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    They have Lue, Claxton, Childress and Smith. I think they're more needy up front.
    they have anthony johnson also

    smith? meaning josh smith? he plays pf for the hawks

    my dream hawks trade is something like joe johnson + josh smith + claxton (filler) for j.o. and tinsley. claxton has an injury history like bender's but jj and josh along with our young guys should set us up nicely for the future

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    they have anthony johnson also

    smith? meaning josh smith? he plays pf for the hawks

    my dream hawks trade is something like joe johnson + josh smith + claxton (filler) for j.o. and tinsley. claxton has an injury history like bender's but jj and josh along with our young guys should set us up nicely for the future
    I thought Marvin Williams played PF for the Hawks. Yahoo doesn't have Josh Smith as a PF but maybe they didn't update his eligible positions. In any case, he is capable of being a SG.

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    I thought Marvin Williams played PF for the Hawks. Yahoo doesn't have Josh Smith as a PF but maybe they didn't update his eligible positions. In any case, he is capable of being a SG.
    you're right, yahoo lists him as a g/f but trust me he is a pf now. i don't know how to convince you other than to urge you to check hawks game footage (if you have access), box scores, or maybe ask a hawks fan.

    marvin williams is a twinner pf/sf type. in any case, he is more perimeter oriented than j-smoove, that's for sure. true, josh was orginally considered a sf when he first came into the league, but since switching to pf he has really come into his own as a shotblocker and rebounder. not the smartest of players, but he has tremendous physical gifts.

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    You could be right. I just can't see Smith going up against JO, Bosh or other PFs around the league.

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