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    Brooklyn, Milwaukee & Denver interested in Millsap

    Brooklyn, Milwaukee and Denver are among the teams that might make a play for Utah forward Paul Millsap at the deadline. Millsap's contract expires at season's end. Most teams interested in obtaining Millsap, however, would do so with the intent of offering him an immediate extension.
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    Not sure why we would even consider trading him to Denver....... But who knows

    There is nothing the Nets have that we even want. Would have to be a 3 team trade.

    Milwaukee would most likely have to be a 3 team trade also. One thing that is interesting is the Bucks +/- statistics. Only Dunleavy, Ilyasova, Udrih & Lamb are in the Plus section. Kind of weird for a team around .500 Everyone else hurts the team.
    http://www.nba.com/statistics/plusmi...t=9&team=Bucks
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    The Bucks have Brandon Jennings. He would be an interesting player to grab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyrone Torbin View Post
    The Bucks have Brandon Jennings. He would be an interesting player to grab.
    Not a fan. He would create the same problem Mo Williams did. Jacking up outside shots than puts us in bad transition defense. Anyone who shoots over 10 times a game needs to shoot at least 45 percent in my opinion.
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    Jennings blows.
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    I want a pick. **** middling talent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gyp Rosetti View Post
    I want a pick. **** middling talent.
    I can nearly guarantee Brandon Jennings will be better than most draft picks in this upcoming draft that are outside of the top 5.

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    Unless it's for an upgrade at the point, like Jennings, I'd rather picks

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    but I though taht denver had gr8 superstar FAREED
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    I think he can play SF

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyrone Torbin View Post
    I can nearly guarantee Brandon Jennings will be better than most draft picks in this upcoming draft that are outside of the top 5.
    I'd almost rather have a strong 3rd big or role player than Jennings who we know we're not winning with and who they're not trading anyway.

    I suppose the flip side is to flip him next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purch View Post
    Unless it's for an upgrade at the point, like Jennings, I'd rather picks
    I don't think Jennings is an upgrade over Mo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twin Towers View Post
    • Brooklyn, Milwaukee and Denver are among the teams that might make a play for Utah forward Paul Millsap at the deadline. Millsap's contract expires at season's end. Most teams interested in obtaining Millsap, however, would do so with the intent of offering him an immediate extension.
    This guy is a sports writer?

    His genius schtick about LeBron returning to Cleveland in 2014 is always good for a chuckle.
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    I think Bucks seems like the best option. They have lots of lateral pieces that they wont mind to lose and may work out well for us.

    Udrih and Moute for Sap and Watson is the first combination that come to my mind.

    Moute is a good defender does all the little things, can play the 3 and most importantly wont mind coming from the bench.
    Udrih is a "real" alternative for Mo, a pass first guard and would be an upgrade on backup pg spot and hes at last year of his contract.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gyp Rosetti View Post
    I'd almost rather have a strong 3rd big or role player than Jennings who we know we're not winning with and who they're not trading anyway.

    I suppose the flip side is to flip him next year.
    Jennings has always been on a bad team, and has always been on extremely offensively limited teams. Give him some talent who can also score, and maybe he would become less selfish. I think it's a risk that can be made with little consequence. It doesn't work out, don't re-sign him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyrone Torbin View Post
    Jennings has always been on a bad team, and has always been on extremely offensively limited teams. Give him some talent who can also score, and maybe he would become less selfish. I think it's a risk that can be made with little consequence. It doesn't work out, don't re-sign him.
    Again, I don't know why they'd trade what they may consider a key, young piece for a UFA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gyp Rosetti View Post
    Again, I don't know why they'd trade what they may consider a key, young piece for a UFA.
    If they considered him a key young piece they would have offered him a contract extension.

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