Once we accept our limits, we go beyond them.
interesting note on bledsoe from marc stein's weekend dime:
looks like you can take any bledsoe scenarios off your wish list, for this year at least.Yet sources briefed on L.A.'s thinking insist that the Clippers don't want to even begin to contemplate the idea of trading Bledsoe until they know that Chris Paul is signed and sealed for the long term. So don't expect Bledsoe to be in play before the Feb. 21 trade deadline.
Another team I could see making a move would be Denver. They're kind of a middling team by Western Conference standards, and they don't have much front-court scoring. They like Al Jefferson, or at least their fans do. I think they'd move several of their guys--Corey Brewer, Gallanari, Andre Miller, etc.
Short list at #14: CJ McCollum, Dennis Schroeder, Archie Goodwin, Kelly Olynyk
Short list at #21: Steven Adams, Giannis Adetokunbo, Sergey Karasev, Nate Wolters
2nd round: Carmichael, Hardaway Jr., Adonis Thomas, James Southerland
Greivis Vasquez, i want him.
I hate Candy Boye.
i really like vazquez too.... under the radar, but a really good PG with facilitation skills, great size, and a good basketball IQ. perfect type of guy to fill in for mo and then later play alongside him at times.
Do we have to be monogamous with our trading partners?
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2 kinds of trades: Money trades, and a trade to fill a very glaring need.
For financial needs Milsap or Al will be traded for another big with 2 years remaining on his contract.
For a glaring need of pg Bell and one of the two left over pgs will be sent to Sacramento, or Toronto for a serviceable pg, other garbage might also be returned.
Last edited by mellow; 01-04-2013 at 10:50 PM.
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