Lets trade for Hakeem Warrick!!!
After the season the Grizz is having they are some rumors about that he may be gone.They say he is having a breakout season this year so if hes availible then would you trade for him and possibly Gasol??If so who would you trade??Hakeem Warrick would be great off the bench and Gasol if the crowd does'nt eat him alive then he could play at Forward.
Im not good at making trades but heres mine
Nate,Francis,Jarred Jeffries for Gasol and Warrick??
Nate,Francis,Kevin Kato for Gasol and Warrick??
Nate,Francis,Jorome James for Gasol and Warrick??
Gasol asked to be traded today!!!
They are three teams that are in talks with the Grizz.The only team that JW wanted to mention was the Bulls.
Sources throughout the NBA disclose the 7-foot Gasol, an elite post-up performer, as tough a cover as there is within 15 feet of the rim, suddenly is eminently obtainable. Distressed at management's rebuilding-with-adolescence mood, the 271/2-year-old has asked to be traded to a playoff-positioned ensemble that, of course, would be instantly transformed into a legit title contender.
The offended Grizzlies aim to oblige.
I put this out there with utter certainty. Infallible informers report Grizzlies president Jerry West has explored prospective trade arrangements with at least three teams regarding Gasol. In order to protect my sources, the only one I'm willing to identify for the time being is the Bulls.
That may be enough. Obviously, Gasol's low-dock dealing (averaged 18.5 points on 50.5 field-goal accuracy his first five seasons as a pro before missing most of this season due to foot surgery) is what Chicago's off-shore drilling outfit needs.
The Bulls also own what Memphis wants, namely Luol Deng ($2.6 million) and Ben Gordon ($3.86M). In order to satisfy salary/transaction specs, Chicago would have to include P.J. Brown ($8.56M). I'm told the Grizzlies are prepared to add Hakim Warrick ($1.2M) to a pot that so far does not include draft picks; Gasol currently is on the books for $12.8M and is owed $63M over the next four seasons.
That's as far as the exchange of ideas has progressed, so I'm told. As enthralled as Bulls vice president John Paxson surely must be by the opportunity to fill his team's lone conspicuous cavity, people in the organization claim he won't pull that particular trigger.