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    Default This Solves everything

    It makes both Miami and Cleveland better and give us what we desperately need. Cap Relief and we will be under the cap after two more seasons. This puts us in a position to have 3 great drafts and be so far under the cap that we could not go after one but two of the big free agents.

    New York Knicks
    You have decreased the winning percentage by -24.39%

    Projected: W-26 L-56
    After trade: W-6 L-76




    Eric Snow
    $6,703,125
    Years Remaining: 2
    PPG: 0 RPG: 0
    APG: 1 PER: 4.082


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    Outgoing Players: Zach Randolph, Jamal Crawford, Jared Jeffries, Quentin Richardson, Eddy Curry





    Miami Heat
    You have increased the winning percentage by 14.63%

    Projected: W-17 L-65
    After trade: W-29 L-53




    Quentin Richardson
    $8,105,500
    Years Remaining: 3
    PPG: 7 RPG: 4
    APG: 1 PER: 8.214


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    Outgoing Players: Ricky Davis, Jason Williams







    Cleveland Cavaliers
    You have increased the winning percentage by 2.44%

    Projected: W-46 L-36
    After trade: W-48 L-34




    Zach Randolph
    $13,333,333
    Years Remaining: 4
    PPG: 17 RPG: 9
    APG: 1 PER: 17.417


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    Outgoing Players: Eric Snow, Larry Hughes, Donyell Marshall

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    This is the what you call drunk GM'in.

    Isaiha is that you??? If it is, we all hate you and want you to leave this city and NEVER EVER come back

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    Originally Posted by Starks
    This is the what you call drunk GM'in.

    Isaiha is that you??? If it is, we all hate you and want you to leave this city and NEVER EVER come back
    i agree with you man this guy hass his head sooo far up his asss he thinks that eric snow and a bunch of wash up players are the answears!

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    In essence its the same stratedgy that Portland used. We get rid of all our big contracts. We will stink for a few years and completely rebuild. Then we are in a position to go after one or two big free agents in 3 years time. Ontop of some great draft picks. I am sorry I guess you would rather try and add another piece to this team. THE WORST THING YOU CAN BE IN THE NBA IS MEDIOCORE!!!! That what we will be if we dont blow it up.
    Let me ask you this if we could trade situations with Portland would you? I certainly would..

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    That trade sucks... wow I think we have found a new candiate for a assisant GM of the New York Knicks, Isiah and Stevie side by side. I know we can get more then that giving away Z Bo, and Jamal Crawford.. At least expiring Contracts.

    I know we are doing bad know, but that trade would kill the Knicks, I see NOOO trade value out of the players that we would get.

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    Originally Posted by stevie
    In essence its the same stratedgy that Portland used. We get rid of all our big contracts. We will stink for a few years and completely rebuild. Then we are in a position to go after one or two big free agents in 3 years time. Ontop of some great draft picks. I am sorry I guess you would rather try and add another piece to this team. THE WORST THING YOU CAN BE IN THE NBA IS MEDIOCORE!!!! That what we will be if we dont blow it up.
    Let me ask you this if we could trade situations with Portland would you? I certainly would..
    It's cool man. I'm one of the more mellow/chilled out kind of posters, so I won't attack you...but I think by saying it solves everything, you really painted a big bulls eye on yourself for as long as this thread is visible.

    I'm all for cleaning house, don't get me wrong. I want an entire demolition of everything currently involved with this organization. (a sports version of something similar to like an ethnic cleansing in essence)

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    In Stevies defense (no homo), I like the 5 imcoming players more then i like the 5 players being traded. Depending on the remainders of the contracts (links arent working) i mite make this trade (no homo). I dont see how this is as bad as everyone is making it sound (no homo).

    Stevie-ignore the hate (no homo)

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    Originally Posted by Starks
    I'm all for cleaning house, don't get me wrong. I want an entire demolition of everything currently involved with this organization. (a sports version of something similar to like an ethnic cleansing in essence)
    Exactly I agree 100%. Dont forget expiring contracts, High Draft picks, and getting mid-high level potential players.

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    My whole point is that everyone talks about how our situation is unfixable. Thats complete nonsense. Its the attiude of many people and especially many posters on here that feeds the Isiah mindset that you can never rebuild in NYC. Well if you want to rebuild then you have to accept some pretty bad players with ugly expiring contracts. That is a reality. It was less than a year ago Portland gave us Randolph who is a guranteed double double a nite for a useless Steve Francis and a regressing Channing Frye.
    Actually the trade is the exact opposite of anything Isiah has tried to do.

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    Jamal Crawford doesn't make that much money for his 20 ppg, so I don't know why you would trade him for an expiring contract. He has value, so I'd try to get a draft pick or defensive Center out of him.I am tired of people bringing up that stupid Larry Hughes for Crawford trade that makes Cleveland a championship contender and gives us a fanbase recession,an even more crappy team, and an injury prone player. Other than that, I agree with you, though.Eddy "Eats Cities" Curry, Zach "Z-Slow" Randolph, Quentin "Q" Richardson, and Jared "overpaid" Jeffries are people we need to give for expiring contracts.I would also include Jerome James in the mix, but he's not marketable, so I'd just try to get him to lose some weight and use him as a backup center for shotblocking.I'm giving Stevie a rep point for that thread, but we gotta remember that Crawford is currently hyped up, so we don't have to settle for an expiring contract, when it comes to trading him.

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    Originally Posted by abcd
    Eddy "Eats Cities"
    Best Eddy Curry nickname I seen yet

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    Default length of contracts

    Here you all go and hopefully now you will see how in a span of 2 more years we could be way under the cap.


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    <TABLE class=tablehead style="CLEAR: both" cellSpacing=1 cellPadding=3><TBODY><TR class=colhead><TH colSpan=2>Incoming Players</TH></TR><TR class=oddrow><TD width=35></TD><TD vAlign=top>Eric Snow
    Salary: $6,703,125 Years Remaining: 2
    PTS: 0.9 REB: 0.9 AST: 2.0 PER: 4.08
    </TD></TR><TR class=oddrow><TD width=35></TD><TD vAlign=top>Jason Williams
    Salary: $8,937,500 Years Remaining: 1
    PTS: 8.7 REB: 2.0 AST: 4.8 PER: 12.08
    </TD></TR><TR class=oddrow><TD width=35></TD><TD vAlign=top>Ricky Davis
    Salary: $6,819,000 Years Remaining: 1
    PTS: 13.1 REB: 4.1 AST: 2.9 PER: 11.10
    </TD></TR><TR class=oddrow><TD width=35></TD><TD vAlign=top>Larry Hughes
    Salary: $12,000,084 Years Remaining: 3
    PTS: 12.0 REB: 3.6 AST: 2.4 PER: 12.09
    </TD></TR><TR class=oddrow><TD width=35></TD><TD vAlign=top>Donyell Marshall
    Salary: $5,566,965 Years Remaining: 2
    PTS: 4.3 REB: 3.0 AST: 0.4 PER: 9.05
    </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
    Outgoing Players: Zach Randolph, Jamal Crawford, Quentin Richardson, Jared Jeffries, Eddy Curry
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    <TABLE class=tablehead style="CLEAR: both" cellSpacing=1 cellPadding=3><TBODY><TR class=colhead><TH colSpan=2>Incoming Players</TH></TR><TR class=oddrow><TD width=35></TD><TD vAlign=top>Quentin Richardson
    Salary: $8,105,500 Years Remaining: 3
    PTS: 7.1 REB: 4.9 AST: 1.9 PER: 8.21
    </TD></TR><TR class=oddrow><TD width=35></TD><TD vAlign=top>Eddy Curry
    Salary: $8,947,543 Years Remaining: 3
    PTS: 13.7 REB: 4.8 AST: 0.6 PER: 15.87
    </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>
    Outgoing Players: Jason Williams, Ricky Davis
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    <TABLE class=tablehead style="CLEAR: both" cellSpacing=1 cellPadding=3><TBODY><TR class=colhead><TH colSpan=2>Incoming Players</TH></TR><TR class=oddrow><TD width=35></TD><TD vAlign=top>Zach Randolph
    Salary: $13,333,333 Years Remaining: 4
    PTS: 17.3 REB: 10.3 AST: 2.0 PER: 17.42
    </TD></TR><TR class=oddrow><TD width=35></TD><TD vAlign=top>Jamal Crawford
    Salary: $7,920,000 Years Remaining: 4
    PTS: 20.3 REB: 2.8 AST: 4.8 PER: 15.20
    </TD></TR><TR class=oddrow><TD width=35></TD><TD vAlign=top>Jared Jeffries
    </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>

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    abcd really good post, I think that the Knicks should just wait and not play the scrubs on our team, and then just wait until there contracts are up, which might take awhile, but thats the Knicks life, But I still think we should trade Jamal Crawford, or someone of value for some expiring contracts such as Ratliff, I have been saying that so much. Ratliff 11 million expiring this year. Plus we probably could get Telfar out of the trade, but the many focus of the Knicks should be that they sould start Brand New, the lineup, and players they have won't win then anywhere close to 41 games in a season, everyone on the Knicks are serious loosing kind of players.

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    Originally Posted by MSGKnickz33
    Best Eddy Curry nickname I seen yet
    Thanks, I made it in bold, so that everyone could see it. lol

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    I really dont think Stevies trade looks that bad, all of the contracts expire this year and next year except Larry Hughes. I agree that these players are garbage but so is what we got, the difference is the incoming garbage's contracts expire sooner.

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