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    Quote Originally Posted by green View Post
    Here ya go:

    http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=byfef3g

    Granger/Green for Al, Burks. Indiana gets a young player with potential, cap space at the end of the year, gets rid of a bad contract.

    The Jazz get Danny Granger, can move Hayward to the two, and have bird rights on Granger. Opens up time for Favors/Kanter. Everyone wins.

    Mo/Tinsley/Watson
    Hayward/Foye
    Granger/Williams/Carroll
    Millsap/Evans
    Favors/Kanter
    How does Indiana fit Jefferson and Hubbard onto the same court?
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    Chad Ford added to the list of industry hacks feeding off my genius without giving any cred. Yesterday I propose the benefits to Pacers of trading Sap and Mo for Granger.

    Chad Ford reads me, then offers this today:

    "As for Granger, he's getting assurances that the team has no intention of trading him. But if the right scenario comes along that lands the Pacers a young talented power forward or point guard, I think there's a good chance he's gone by the deadline."

    Stop stealing my material.
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    I'd worry about Granger being injury-prone. He's a borderline All Star at best.

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