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    "Alan Hahn is reporting that a possible three-way trade could be completed. The Knicks, Warriors and Clippers may be on the verge of a trade that would involve Jamal Crawford, Zach Randolph and Mardy Collins being traded in a cap-clearing move that would see the Knicks bring in Tim Thomas, Cuttino Mobley and Al Harrington.


    The Clippers would land Randolph and the Warriors would receive Jamal Crawford.



    All three contracts expire by 2010 when LeBron James, Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh will be free-agents."


    This sounds awful...

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    Good move.
    Walsh is a genius.
    Get right of two cancers
    for the price of NOTHING.

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    I don't know metro, I absolutely loathe Tim Thomas, probably my least favorite Knick ever.

    On the plus side they do get expiring deals...

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    Good move. We dump a lot of salary in one move. Plus Tim Thomas had his best year under D'Antoni.

    Duhon
    Mobley
    Chandler
    Harrington
    Thomas

    Hmm...Next up, get rid of Curry and we've dumped a ton of salary. Lebron and Bosh to the Knicks in 2010!!!

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    Originally Posted by KBlack25
    I don't know metro, I absolutely loathe Tim Thomas, probably my least favorite Knick ever.

    On the plus side they do get expiring deals...
    We could probably have a competition between each other on who hates Tiny Tim more, but as long its a move for the positive direction in the future, I'm happy.

    Can we get some draft picks in this deal though? Crawford/Randolph value should be a bit higher.
    Even a 2nd rounder or a prospect like DeAndre Jordan or Marco Bellineni.

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    Actually , Tim Thomas is a guy that fit well when we was playing for the suns....

    he is from the area, he was playing his best ball for the knicks right when he left.,

    and he will only be a role player with limited minutes., so i can live with it....

    just sad to see ZACH go after how hard he has been playin...

    ZACH truely put his heart and soul into this years team...


    respect due

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    Yeah metro I agree, squeezing out a draft pick somewhere would make this trade. Bellinelli was the guy I actually wanted in the draft last year, I'd be all for getting him in a Knicks jersey...

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    Here are all the possiblities:



    Al Harrington is rumored to have been traded to the Knicks on Friday, although details are still unclear.

    Three possible scenarios exist, with the Knicks sending either Jamal Crawford or Malik Rose to the Warriors in the first two. The third and newest option, reported by Newsday, has the Clippers and Warriors sending Harrington, Tim Thomas and Cuttino Mobley to the Knicks, with Crawford, Zach Randolph and Mardy Collins being moved between the Clips and Warriors. This would clear cap space for the Knicks and give Harrington a starting job with Randolph out of the way. Stay tuned as details emerge throughout the day. Nov. 21 - 6:33 am et
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    Tim Thomas again as a Knick?

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    Originally Posted by metrocard
    Good move.
    Walsh is a genius.
    Get right of two cancers
    for the price of NOTHING.
    Co-sign. I gotta give walsh his props

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    Originally Posted by LJ4ptplay
    Good move. We dump a lot of salary in one move. Plus Tim Thomas had his best year under D'Antoni.

    Duhon
    Mobley
    Chandler
    Harrington
    Thomas

    Hmm...Next up, get rid of Curry and we've dumped a ton of salary. Lebron and Bosh to the Knicks in 2010!!!
    And i thought we shot a lot of threes now. Its not a winning lineup but its deffinately a exciting lineup. And most importantly it clears a ton of cap space.

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    As much as i like Hahns blog he's been wrong a ton this year so i wouldn't bank on the three team deal.

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    Walsh's waiting has payed off he wouldnt trade Zach in the summer for a 2nd rounder and Zach came out and is probably having the best year of his career then we get some decent value in return players who play with the team and could shoot...and they all expire by 2010 which is huge....that leaves me with 2 questions whos gonna be our center we need size upfront...and do Marbury and Curry have a shot at playing now?

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    Curry interestingly enough maybe, Marbs...prob. not.

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    I'm really not sure about this...I like Harrington and understand Mike D. likes Thomas...but getting rid of Crawford and Randolph is tough the way they've been playing.

    But anything that helps us get LeBron, if that is the end result, is OK with me.

    We do need to make sure we have some semblance of a team before he gets here to show him that he'll have a team to play with and not be here by himself.


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