More insight into Deron Williams Trade
11-27-2012 01:08 PM
Very interesting article, confirms what anyone with a brain already knew.
Hmmm.. I didn't know that.
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Originally Posted by PKM
The almost dealing him to New York to be with Amar'e is interesting. Further proof that O'Connor is always looking. Even if he didn't pull the trigger alot he was always exploring.
I wanted to see Dwight Howard go to the Nets after they got D-Will. That would be a fun team to watch.
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"The deal for Williams that King threw at O'Connor that day was bigger than the one they ended up consummating, out of nowhere, two days later. O'Connor knew what King was offering the Nuggets for Anthony, and while Williams had not publicly demanded a trade, O'Connor sensed that things were going in the wrong direction in his plan to retain Williams when he eventually became a free agent in July 2012."
I wonder which other players were tossed in/out of their talks.
IMO: Favors/Kanter/Marvin/Mo/(GSW 1st) >> Felton/Gallo/Chandler/Mosgov/(NYK '14 1st)
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It could have been players or have involved other teams.
Originally Posted by PrinceJL
I see that his wrist is bothering him again. Dude always has issues with his wrist, wonder what he does to injure it so often?
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The nets would probably have a pretty nice roster without all the trades.
Along with some other stuff.