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Thread: Blow it the F*CK up! Official Trade Thread

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    ^^^
    I know they wouldnt make that trade. I only posted it because i made a similar trade in the fantasy game. I say we look to deal curry to memphis. They seem to have one of the dumbest gm's. He just realized yesterday that maybe the gasol trade was a bad one.

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    thus proving the stupidity of the people making some of the trades in the fantasy games. Take all those Laker things off your profile dude.

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    Originally Posted by GetRealistic
    thus proving the stupidity of the people making some of the trades in the fantasy games. Take all those Laker things off your profile dude.
    No comment on some of the trades that have been made, especially a recent draft pick that was top 8. The Lakers stuff will be removed once the finals are over.

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    And Boston wins... Okayyy so, I think Randolph needs to go first.. Pick up only younger players and try to get more picks in the next couple years, I don't care if we trade our whole roster for picks.. besides Lee. We need picks and young guys, we also need expiring contracts!

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    Originally Posted by jpz17
    And Boston wins... Okayyy so, I think Randolph needs to go first.. Pick up only younger players and try to get more picks in the next couple years, I don't care if we trade our whole roster for picks.. besides Lee. We need picks and young guys, we also need expiring contracts!
    Why do not you massage David Lees testicles while you are at it? There are no untouchable players on this team.

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    Crawford needs to be the first to go. Especially if we get mayo, i dont want crawford anywhere near him. I dont want his chucking and turnovers to rub off on him in any way. Its bad enough he sets a bad example for nate robinson.

    A Marbury and Mayo backcourt>>>

    My only request when crawford is traded is that we get an expiring contract. I dont care if its one of the worst players in the league. If we can find a malik rose type of player on another team with an expiring....then lets trade crawford.

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    Originally Posted by MSGKnickz33
    Crawford needs to be the first to go. Especially if we get mayo, i dont want crawford anywhere near him. I dont want his chucking and turnovers to rub off on him in any way. Its bad enough he sets a bad example for nate robinson.

    A Marbury and Mayo backcourt>>>

    My only request when crawford is traded is that we get an expiring contract. I dont care if its one of the worst players in the league. If we can find a malik rose type of player on another team with an expiring....then lets trade crawford.
    You literally just copied what Metro said in the other thread. Get an original thought.

    I hate to break it to ya, but do we all truelly believe all these teams will pass on Mayo. We're all going to be dissappointed like when we thought we could win the lottery.

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    Originally Posted by GetRealistic
    You literally just copied what Metro said in the other thread. Get an original thought.

    I hate to break it to ya, but do we all truelly believe all these teams will pass on Mayo. We're all going to be dissappointed like when we thought we could win the lottery.
    Most of that was copying you except I switched marbury with crawford. I agree with Metro that a Marbury and Mayo backcourt>>>Marbury and crawford. lmao @ you not even noticing i jacked your hatred and directed it towards crawford instead

    Unreal doesnt even realize when hes hating sometimes

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    Originally Posted by MSGKnickz33
    Most of that was copying you except I switched marbury with crawford. I agree with Metro that a Marbury and Mayo backcourt>>>Marbury and crawford. lmao @ you not even noticing i jacked your hatred and directed it towards crawford instead

    Unreal doesnt even realize when hes hating sometimes
    lol Good one. I remember when that post was originally made.

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    i dont remeber marbury hittin the 40 pt mark that many times..good report...the guys injury made everything worse after the isiah fude and now a season ending injury. even with amazing numbers all that media drama will make anyone look bad.

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    Originally Posted by MSGKnickz33
    Crawford needs to be the first to go. Especially if we get mayo, i dont want crawford anywhere near him. I dont want his chucking and turnovers to rub off on him in any way. Its bad enough he sets a bad example for nate robinson.

    A Marbury and Mayo backcourt>>>

    My only request when crawford is traded is that we get an expiring contract. I dont care if its one of the worst players in the league. If we can find a malik rose type of player on another team with an expiring....then lets trade crawford.
    We can't just get an expring player. We need a pick too. Crawford scored 20 ppg. He could be really good under D'Antoni, you never know

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    NYK trades
    Crawford
    Randolph
    Chandler

    CLE trades
    Snow
    Szczerbiak
    Jones
    #19 pick

    With Clevand already having one of the best defenses in the NBA, they need some offensive support for Lebron. They get some in this deal at the perimeter and on the paint area. Crawford and Randolph will take pressure off Lebron which could open up a lot of things in Clevand's boring offense. Clevand also gets a nice back up at SF for Lebron, former first round pick in Wilson Chandler; great athlete, scorer and defender; basically a prospect that replaces the 19th pick. He was born in 87, so he's as young as a lot of guys in the draft.

    Knicks get their expiring contracts, 3 of those guys probably won't even make the team, but they get the 19 pick. Expiring contracts and draft picks are what the Knicks need now, even though they lose two of their biggest scorers.

    Cleveland
    PG - West/Gibson
    SG - Crawford/Palvovic
    SF - Lebron/Chandler
    PF - Randolph/Smith
    C - Zydrunas/Wallace

    New York
    PG - Marbury/Robinson
    SG - Richardson/Collins
    SF - Balkman/Jefferies
    PF - Lee/Rose
    C - Curry/James



    Trade # 2

    IND trades
    Foster
    Diogu

    NYK trades
    Curry


    Indiana desperately need a scorer in the paint, with O'Neil's future in doubt @ Indiana; this makes their offense really strong. Curry creates double teams which means more opportunities for Indiana.

    For the Knicks, they get two nice expiring contracts. Diogu is a decent big men, Foster is an excellent veteran to have for a year.

    Indiana
    PG - Tinsley/Diener
    SG - Dunleavy/Daniels
    SF - Granger/Williams
    PF - O'Neil/Murphy
    C - Curry/Harrison


    The only ugly contracts Knicks will have is Jefferies, Richardson, and James on the team. To me, they're untradable; so maybe Walsh can buy those contracts out.

    Knicks expiring contracts
    Marbury
    Szczerbiak
    Snow
    Jones
    Foster
    Diogu



    DRAFT
    #6 - D.J. Augustin
    #19 - Alexis Ajinca

    NYK roster
    PG - Marbury/Augustin
    SG - Richardson/Robinson
    SF - Szczerbiak/Balkman/Jefferies
    PF - Lee/Diogu
    C - Foster/Ajinca


    The bolded players would be players saved for the future in D'Antoni's/Walsh's plan. The rest of the players will be expired for cap relief.

    This should get the Knicks under the cap and save a lot of money to sign a needed SG/SF since Robinson and Balkman will only be serve as bench players. SG/SF is an easy position to fill out since theres a wide variety of wing players available in he NBA.

    With the first line up, Knicks may not win a lot of games; but they get rid of 3 guys who were a problem; Crawford, Randolph and Curry. They're great offensive talents, but you can't have them as first options; which is why I sent them to teams that needed complimentary scorers.

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    Originally Posted by metrocard
    NYK trades
    Crawford
    Randolph
    Chandler

    CLE trades
    Snow
    Szczerbiak
    Jones
    #19 pick

    With Clevand already having one of the best defenses in the NBA, they need some offensive support for Lebron. They get some in this deal at the perimeter and on the paint area. Crawford and Randolph will take pressure off Lebron which could open up a lot of things in Clevand's boring offense. Clevand also gets a nice back up at SF for Lebron, former first round pick in Wilson Chandler; great athlete, scorer and defender; basically a prospect that replaces the 19th pick. He was born in 87, so he's as young as a lot of guys in the draft.

    Knicks get their expiring contracts, 3 of those guys probably won't even make the team, but they get the 19 pick. Expiring contracts and draft picks are what the Knicks need now, even though they lose two of their biggest scorers.

    Cleveland
    PG - West/Gibson
    SG - Crawford/Palvovic
    SF - Lebron/Chandler
    PF - Randolph/Smith
    C - Zydrunas/Wallace

    New York
    PG - Marbury/Robinson
    SG - Richardson/Collins
    SF - Balkman/Jefferies
    PF - Lee/Rose
    C - Curry/James



    Trade # 2

    IND trades
    Foster
    Diogu

    NYK trades
    Curry


    Indiana desperately need a scorer in the paint, with O'Neil's future in doubt @ Indiana; this makes their offense really strong. Curry creates double teams which means more opportunities for Indiana.

    For the Knicks, they get two nice expiring contracts. Diogu is a decent big men, Foster is an excellent veteran to have for a year.

    Indiana
    PG - Tinsley/Diener
    SG - Dunleavy/Daniels
    SF - Granger/Williams
    PF - O'Neil/Murphy
    C - Curry/Harrison


    The only ugly contracts Knicks will have is Jefferies, Richardson, and James on the team. To me, they're untradable; so maybe Walsh can buy those contracts out.

    Knicks expiring contracts
    Marbury
    Szczerbiak
    Snow
    Jones
    Foster
    Diogu



    DRAFT
    #6 - D.J. Augustin
    #19 - Alexis Ajinca

    NYK roster
    PG - Marbury/Augustin
    SG - Richardson/Robinson
    SF - Szczerbiak/Balkman/Jefferies
    PF - Lee/Diogu
    C - Foster/Ajinca


    The bolded players would be players saved for the future in D'Antoni's/Walsh's plan. The rest of the players will be expired for cap relief.

    This should get the Knicks under the cap and save a lot of money to sign a needed SG/SF since Robinson and Balkman will only be serve as bench players. SG/SF is an easy position to fill out since theres a wide variety of wing players available in he NBA.

    With the first line up, Knicks may not win a lot of games; but they get rid of 3 guys who were a problem; Crawford, Randolph and Curry. They're great offensive talents, but you can't have them as first options; which is why I sent them to teams that needed complimentary scorers.
    I like both trades. Ajinca has potential to be a good center. Hes already more valuable then curry is (currys not even a plus, hes a minus) and jeff foster is also a better center then curry.

    Crawford, Curry, and Randolph need to all be traded. Your proposal gets rid of both of them, helps us out with the salary caps, and brings back some value (19th pick and foster). I like what wally did in the playoffs. Hes entering the final year of his contract. Not a bad player to have for one year. Sadly, wally>>crawford.

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    I don't like trade 1, but trade 2 sounds like a steal to us! it would be great

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    Trade ideas:
    1)Eddy Curry to the Toronto Raptors

    for

    Jorge Garbajosa, Joey Graham, Maceo Baston

    Raptors lineup:
    PG Calderon, SG Parker, SF Bargnani, PF Bosh, C Curry

    2)Jamal Crawford to the Minnesota Timberwolves

    for

    Rashad McCants, Corey Brewer, Mark Madsen, and a 2009 first round pick from the Celtics

    3) Zach Randolph to the Sacramento Kings

    for

    Mikki Moore, Sheldon Williams, and Shareef Abdur Rahim

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