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    Default Anthony Randolph on trade block...again

    Could be a great player in D'Antoni's system.

    Should we go after him? Do we have the pieces to get him? What would you give up to get Randolph?

    Warriors’ Randolph on block again

    For two seasons, the Warriors have had an odd time with Anthony Randolph(notes). Sometimes, they’re in love with his sheer athletic ability in that 7-foot frame and considered him untouchable. As a rookie, they dangled him in deals, too. Well, it’s happening again. Several NBA teams say Golden State officials have offered Randolph in trade discussions, but as one Eastern Conference executive said: “I think all of their roster could be had.”

    Says one Western official: “The Warriors are willing to do anything and everything.”

    Randolph is 20 years old and blessed with terrific talent, but his staying power and maturity have frustrated Golden State officials. It appears they’re willing to cash his potential for more mature assets. After destroying the summer league in Vegas, Randolph has averaged 11.1 points in 21.8 minutes per night for the Warriors.


    Even with his patriarch, Keith Smart, substituting for an ill Don Nelson, Randolph’s productivity hasn’t improved. Still, he’s so young, so gifted, it’s a move that would come with a great deal of long-term risk.

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    no, no and more no.
    WE do not need any headaches, its obvious Mike D has no patience for nonsense

    I.E Nate robinson.

    Who would he play over ?

    who on our current roster is he actually better than

    he cant shoot

    he can dunk and run thats about it

    im not playing him over chandler, gallo, lee, or harrington, and I wouldnt trade him for any of them either.

    In truth if he is putting up those numbers in Golden state similar system, what makes you think he will thrive in Mike D's any better

    Not interested.

    pass.

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    We can't afford both Lee and Harrington next year. One of them, quite possibly both, will be gone. Is Hill the man to take over next year? Is he ready? I don't know and can't say for certain.

    We still need a Center. He could be a decent option at Center in D'Anotni's system (still needs to add some weight). He's young, cheap and could be part of the future. And of the four players you mentioned, only one of them is a sure lock for the Knicks future.

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    who knows, he could be good lebron insurance if he stays put.

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    According to HOOPSWORLD, the whole Warriors roster is on the block.


    Get Anthony Morrow, NOW.

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    Originally Posted by StreetDreams21
    According to HOOPSWORLD, the whole Warriors roster is on the block.


    Get Anthony Morrow, NOW.
    You're right. It's been confirmed today that GS is willing to trade anyone on their roster.

    Another Warriors source said no one on the roster is off limits, and Yahoo! Sports quoted an anonymous Eastern Conference executive as saying every Warrior "could be had."

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    Unfortunately our most valuable talent cannot be traded there. Harrington would never go back, Lee and Nate have trade veto clauses in their contracts and I'm sure Harrington would let them know how bad it is in GS.

    We do have some valuable expiring contracts. Would we be willing to take back a long term contract to get some of their young talent? GS would probably like to move Biedrins contract.

    If we can trade Jeffries for an expiring contract soon, then maybe. If Jeffries can be traded, I would be willing to take Biedrins contract to get either Curry, Morrow or Randolph.

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    Originally Posted by LJ4ptplay
    Could be a great player in D'Antoni's system.

    Should we go after him? Do we have the pieces to get him? What would you give up to get Randolph?
    unless we get rid of some big men, just let this guy move somewhere else.

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    definitely i will not do that. for i am always back up michael jordan, as well as [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]
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    Randolph can play all 5 positions realistically...he's that skilled. he needs to get strong and probably play at PF. too bad hes not stronger he could be the defensive minded C that you must have next to amare

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    Originally Posted by YoKnicks
    Randolph can play all 5 positions realistically...he's that skilled. he needs to get strong and probably play at PF. too bad hes not stronger he could be the defensive minded C that you must have next to amare


    ^^^ Marcus Camby type?

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