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    Default IND/ORL/SAC

    Indiana Gets:

    1 - J.J. Redick
    2 - Daniel Orton
    3 - Jason Thompson
    4 - Beno Udrih

    Orlando Gets:

    1 - Jeff Foster
    2 - Solo Jones
    3 - James Posey
    4 - Carl Landry
    5 - Francisco Garcia

    Sacremento Gets:

    1 - Brandon Bass
    2 - Chris Duhon
    3 - Ryan Anderson
    4 - Earl Clark
    5 - T.J. Ford
    6 - 8 Million Trade Exception
    7 - Orlando 1st Rd Pick
    8 - Indy 2nd Rounder

    Indiana gets Redick, who IMO is more than just a spot up shooter its just how he fits into Orlando Offense. Thompson helps out immediately at the 4/5 positions possibly even starting. Orton is an upside guy who you can stash away for a few years. Udrih is our burden to take on but he is actually a capable backup who is paid starter $.....small price to pay.

    Orlando gets what they need down low with Foster and Solo to back Howard up and Landry give them a more legit weapon at the 4 spot as a starter or off the bench. Garcia is a much more well rounded player than Q-Rich and Posey is a vet who can play some 3/4 and hit big shots.....they give up a future 1st but chances are they are trying to sell that pick come draft night anyway because it will be in the 20's anyway so why not use it now. They are also getting out from under JJ and Duhon's deals

    Sacremento gets another upside guy in Earl Clark to go with their youth movement as well as a 1st and 2nd round pick. Duhon is paid like the backup he is as opposed to Udrih who as I mentioned before is paid as the starter he isnt. Anderson is another young guy with talent. Ford is an expirer and Bass comes in and does what Landry was doing but without the big pay day coming up that Landry will want. Not to mention the fact that they moved both long term deals left on the books in Garcia and Udrih.

    All in all seems to be a win for everybody involved what do you guys think ? Might.....MIGHT even be willing to change our 2nd rounder into another 1st to sweeten the pot to make this deal happen....thoughts ?

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    Default Re: IND/ORL/SAC

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    Indiana Gets:

    1 - J.J. Redick
    2 - Daniel Orton
    3 - Jason Thompson
    4 - Beno Udrih

    Orlando Gets:

    1 - Jeff Foster
    2 - Solo Jones
    3 - James Posey
    4 - Carl Landry
    5 - Francisco Garcia

    Sacremento Gets:

    1 - Brandon Bass
    2 - Chris Duhon
    3 - Ryan Anderson
    4 - Earl Clark
    5 - T.J. Ford
    6 - 8 Million Trade Exception
    7 - Orlando 1st Rd Pick
    8 - Indy 2nd Rounder

    Indiana gets Redick, who IMO is more than just a spot up shooter its just how he fits into Orlando Offense. Thompson helps out immediately at the 4/5 positions possibly even starting. Orton is an upside guy who you can stash away for a few years. Udrih is our burden to take on but he is actually a capable backup who is paid starter $.....small price to pay.

    Orlando gets what they need down low with Foster and Solo to back Howard up and Landry give them a more legit weapon at the 4 spot as a starter or off the bench. Garcia is a much more well rounded player than Q-Rich and Posey is a vet who can play some 3/4 and hit big shots.....they give up a future 1st but chances are they are trying to sell that pick come draft night anyway because it will be in the 20's anyway so why not use it now. They are also getting out from under JJ and Duhon's deals

    Sacremento gets another upside guy in Earl Clark to go with their youth movement as well as a 1st and 2nd round pick. Duhon is paid like the backup he is as opposed to Udrih who as I mentioned before is paid as the starter he isnt. Anderson is another young guy with talent. Ford is an expirer and Bass comes in and does what Landry was doing but without the big pay day coming up that Landry will want. Not to mention the fact that they moved both long term deals left on the books in Garcia and Udrih.

    All in all seems to be a win for everybody involved what do you guys think ? Might.....MIGHT even be willing to change our 2nd rounder into another 1st to sweeten the pot to make this deal happen....thoughts ?
    Honestly, it's not too bad of a deal IMO.

    However, it's incredibly tough to get 14 player deals done.
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