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    Default 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??

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    Nate,Francis,Kevin Kato for Gasol and Warrick??

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    Nate,Francis,Jorome James for Gasol and Warrick??
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    Warrick is a wonderful talent, no question. But he plays the same position as Lee, and I doubt Grizzlies would want to trade Gasol and Warrick, their two best fowards in the same deal. I could see Warrick going to the Nets tho.

    But its not a bad idea, good sense of talent radar, Warrick has been under the Radar for a while.

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    I don't see why we should trade for Warrick,because we have a similar type of player in Balkman.

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    if i was jerry west, i would not trade paul gasol for anyone on the knicks... u can give me the whole knick roster... i still would not do that trade...

    the grizz's are having a lousy season, but just imagine they win the lottery, get olden... possibly the 2nd coming of the twin towers, tho i must say i have seen olden 1/2 dozen times this year, and not overly impressed.

    gasol on the other hand, i like... a lot..

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    ummmmmmmmmm .. wtf nooo .... just noooo

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    Yeah you guys are right the trade would'nt work!!it would just make the forward position that much crowded.I do think we should trade Kato and Francis away b/c Kato does'nt play none and Francis has worn out his welcome.

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    Originally Posted by David Lee is #1
    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??

    OR

    Nate,Francis,Kevin Kato for Gasol and Warrick??

    OR

    Nate,Francis,Jorome James for Gasol and Warrick??
    No offense to DavidLee is #1 but those trade are not good at all. Hakim is a bench player and you want to trade Francis for him? No Offense. If Isiah really want Hakim, he would be better off trading Balkman and Rose. Bench player for bench player.

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    Knicks none of those guys. They have a strong youth core which they're not using to full capacity. I.T. wants a veteran team that's in mid twenties. I personally feel that the missing pieces for the NYK is in Sacramento. Brad Miller and Ron Artest!!

    E.C. Needs a big man that can hit the long range consistently. This will allow less double teaming of Curry because a big man will have to go out of the box to guard Miller.

    Think about it:

    Marbury
    Q-Rich
    Curry
    Miller
    Artest

    Crawford
    Lee
    Collins
    Balkman
    James
    Last edited by BallHead; Jan 19, 2007 at 01:21.

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    Originally Posted by BallHead
    Knicks none of those guys. They have a strong youth core which they're not using to full capacity. I.T. wants a veteran team that's in mid twenties. I personally feel that the missing pieces for the NYK is in Sacramento. Brad Miller and Ron Artest!!

    E.C. Needs a big man that can hit the long range consistently. This will allow less double teaming of Curry because a big man will have to go out of the box to guard Miller.

    Think about it:

    Marbury
    Q-Rich
    Curry
    Miller
    Artest

    Crawford
    Lee
    Collins
    Balkman
    James
    Yes.


    Miller is aging and becoming injury prone, if he's healthy than another yes. But Miller is a question mark.

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    I would'nt mind having Miller but the only thing that worries me is can Artest keep his cool and CAN he handle the NY media??

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    I love artest's work ethic. The problem is like what you said...he can be a loose cannon at times. But at St. Johns...he never NEVER had this problem. One man...Mike Jarvis (who also coached Patrick Ewing in HS by the way). He was a father figure for him and that's what he needs now. Isiah might not be that kind of figure because at times he can be a loose cannon too lol. But he is intelligent enough to know when to get mad and lash out when he's off the court. But when he's on the court...like most people under a competitive atmosphere...sometimes he loses his cool and lets his competitive nature get the best of him. Artest would be great here but that would be another offensive option with Curry, Q-Rich, and Marbury. Chemistry will definitely be affected...but would it be for better or for worse?

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