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    Reasoning. Tayshaun is expiring and still a skilled player. We get out of DJones contract and are able to sign Magnum. Detroit desperately needs a real PG and TJ would be great there. DJones would play great for them too I think as they need some defense to back up BenG and Charlie.

    My doubts about the trade are we only have 2 PGs on the team if this happens. DC and AJ, Tayshaun can play the point (as he has been for Detroit), but we might end up missing TJ.

    Whatcha guys think?

    http://www.realgm.com/src_checktrade...radeid=5722034

    Indiana Trade Breakdown
    Change in Team Outlook: +5.4 ppg, +3.3 rpg, and -1.3 apg.


    Incoming Players
    Tayshaun Prince

    6-9 SF from Kentucky

    12.7 ppg, 4.0 rpg, 1.7 apg in 27.7 minutes


    Outgoing Players
    T.J. Ford

    5-11 PG from Texas

    7.3 ppg, 0.7 rpg, 3.0 apg in 21.2 minutes


    Dahntay Jones
    6-5 SG from Duke

    No games yet played in 2010-2011




    Detroit Trade Breakdown
    Change in Team Outlook: -5.4 ppg, -3.3 rpg, and +1.3 apg.



    Incoming Players
    T.J. Ford

    5-11 PG from Texas
    7.3 ppg, 0.7 rpg, 3.0 apg in 21.2 minutes


    Dahntay Jones

    6-5 SG from Duke
    No games yet played in 2010-2011


    Outgoing Players
    Tayshaun Prince
    6-9 SF from Kentucky
    12.7 ppg, 4.0 rpg, 1.7 apg in 27.7 minutes




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    I'm down... no idea why Detroit would be though.

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    Because they need a PG more than they need Tayshaun.

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    Stuckey and Will Bynum should be all they need, considering Ben Gordon, Rip Hamilton, T-Mac, and Tayshaun himself are all capable of bringing the ball up the floor.

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    I guess this could possibly work but I've never been a fan of Tayshaun. I don't know why but he just doesn't come to me as a team player all the time. However, I do agree that a trade with the Pistons could be in the future because it is obvious the Pistons are one of the worst if not the worst team in the league and need to rebuild. I think Hamilton would be a great guy for us to get but how we would get him I have no idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by k_lewis93 View Post
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    I guess this could possibly work but I've never been a fan of Tayshaun. I don't know why but he just doesn't come to me as a team player all the time. However, I do agree that a trade with the Pistons could be in the future because it is obvious the Pistons are one of the worst if not the worst team in the league and need to rebuild. I think Hamilton would be a great guy for us to get but how we would get him I have no idea.

    I was trying to make a reaslitic trade proposal that made sense for both teams, emphasizing salary and need.

    For instance, trading for Hamilton would be a very unwise financial move. Let's look at his contract: http://hoopshype.com/salaries/detroit.htm

    He is 32 years old, he will earn 12.65mil each year through the next 3 seasons owed almost 38 million in total. That would be a horrible contract to take on.

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    Detroit can get more for Tay's expiring and talent than those bums IMOIMO
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    i dont really want him

    i never liked him and the sf position is packed
    In 49 states it's just basketball, but this is Indiana!

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    I don't like this one personally. I have never been a Tayshaun fan myself and we are already stacked at the wings.

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    A clear value upgrade, but it doesn't do much for the team. You'd need someone else on the hook afterward for team building, and you'd have to hide them from Detroit. =p

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    Reasoning. Tayshaun is expiring and still a skilled player. We get out of DJones contract and are able to sign Magnum. Detroit desperately needs a real PG and TJ would be great there. DJones would play great for them too I think as they need some defense to back up BenG and Charlie.

    My doubts about the trade are we only have 2 PGs on the team if this happens. DC and AJ, Tayshaun can play the point (as he has been for Detroit), but we might end up missing TJ.

    Whatcha guys think?

    http://www.realgm.com/src_checktrade...radeid=5722034

    Indiana Trade Breakdown
    Change in Team Outlook: +5.4 ppg, +3.3 rpg, and -1.3 apg.


    Incoming Players
    Tayshaun Prince

    6-9 SF from Kentucky

    12.7 ppg, 4.0 rpg, 1.7 apg in 27.7 minutes


    Outgoing Players
    T.J. Ford

    5-11 PG from Texas

    7.3 ppg, 0.7 rpg, 3.0 apg in 21.2 minutes


    Dahntay Jones
    6-5 SG from Duke

    No games yet played in 2010-2011




    Detroit Trade Breakdown
    Change in Team Outlook: -5.4 ppg, -3.3 rpg, and +1.3 apg.



    Incoming Players
    T.J. Ford

    5-11 PG from Texas
    7.3 ppg, 0.7 rpg, 3.0 apg in 21.2 minutes


    Dahntay Jones

    6-5 SG from Duke
    No games yet played in 2010-2011


    Outgoing Players
    Tayshaun Prince
    6-9 SF from Kentucky
    12.7 ppg, 4.0 rpg, 1.7 apg in 27.7 minutes




    I love this trade. I would automatically move Danny to the 2 and start Prince at the 3. Then Mike, Brandon, and Paul can just fight for the mins left over. Danny can worry about offense more, and Prince can do his thing. I love him on defense, he is great man to man, and he can hit the three, so he can play stretch 4 when we go small.

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