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I think Orlando's asking for too much. Not in a vacuum, Reddick's a good player, but he's in all likelihood a rental. I'd give em Plumlee('s contract) + 1st + Green and send the paperwork before they can change their mind. But they'd probably say no and his value'll be wasted.
If anyone thinks Danny Granger'd be involved in a deal for a rental shooter (I know Reddick's more than that, but that's 75% of his value) then I don't really know what to tell you.
Well, I don't like vnzla's trade idea, but it wasn't "Granger for Redick"
His trade appears to be centered around a couple assumptions:
1. Pacers probably won't re-sign Danny
2. Green is probably nearly impossible to trade
Therefore, what he proposed was really dumping Green, getting your 2 guard to play with PG, and improving the backup 4 spot.
Danny+Tyler+Green for Redick+Big Baby+Mcbob works, Redick can replace some of Danny's scoring and he can also bring that ball movement and passing we have been asking for in a long time, Big Baby can replace Tyler(he is averaging 15 and 7).
Pacers starting unit: Hill, Redick, Paul George, West and Hibbert.
Your bench would then be DJ/Lance/Orlando/Big Baby/Ian. It's that backup 3 that's a problem, again.