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» Tue Apr 18, 2006 11:38 pm
i THnk webber cud still play.. along side baron..

we cud probably trade Murph, Foyle, MP and a draft pick

for C-web and Stephen hunter

think of

Webber starting then Ike off the bench
AB starting then Hunter off the bench at center. not that bad


i was jez thinkin

tho were giving up a lot of young talent for him. but aleast he is a proven all star..

questions about his health tho.. and if the warriors want him Again


i was jez wonderin.. tell me what you guys think???
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» Tue Apr 18, 2006 11:51 pm
NO WAY!!!!!!!!!

Just wrong to get someone who is near the end of his career, a player who has been here before and left wanting nothing to do with this franchise and a player that is injuryprone!

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» Tue Apr 18, 2006 11:52 pm
yea. i was jez wonderin.. ll it mite work tho.. maybe webber will be like.. oh.. ill play for the warriors for real this time.. lol


............wishful thinking...........
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» Tue Apr 18, 2006 11:53 pm
NAH

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» Wed Apr 19, 2006 12:38 am
Why wonder ? Thats an absolutely horrible idea. No dis, but c'mon... It's not the least wort it---***030***---








I've heard Magloire alot and I also think thats a horrible idea...
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» Wed Apr 19, 2006 2:45 am
Webber and Hunter have two knees... between both of them. Hunter even was traded to the Hornets this year and failed the physical.

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» Wed Apr 19, 2006 7:44 am
magloire aint bad. we only need him rebounding and thats what hes best at. if we can get him at a reasonable price, id try it.
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» Wed Apr 19, 2006 9:05 am
Chris Webber only plays in places where he's motivated. In Philly, he actually feels as though he's got a decent shot at a ring with Allen Iverson... be we all remember the injury-riddled, lukewarm C-Webb on Sacramento prior to the trade. Chris Webber only plays 50% when he doesn't wanna be there. Golden State is nowhere near a championship right now... and Webber is not going to change anything.

Besides, he's damn expensive and we've already got one max contract not earning his keep around here.

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» Wed Apr 19, 2006 5:17 pm
lol.. Wow seriously no Love for C-web..

i agree tho.. jez thinkin. .lol
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» Wed Apr 19, 2006 6:52 pm
#32 wrote:In Philly, he actually feels as though he's got a decent shot at a ring with Allen Iverson...



He's wrong :mrgreen:

They are no were near a championship right now
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» Wed Apr 19, 2006 7:54 pm
I completely agree. I'll be shocked of one (if not both of them) aren't seriously shopped around this summer by Billy King, especially after that incident a couple days ago... of course, I can't imagine any team (other than the Knicks, who do this kind of sh*t all the time) that would want to take these two guys off Philly's hands.
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» Thu Apr 20, 2006 1:11 am
#32 wrote:I completely agree. I'll be shocked of one (if not both of them) aren't seriously shopped around this summer by Billy King, especially after that incident a couple days ago... of course, I can't imagine any team (other than the Knicks, who do this kind of sh*t all the time) that would want to take these two guys off Philly's hands.



Many teams would take a serious look at Iverson but not so many would seriously look at Webber, the aging, injury plagued player that he is
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» Thu Apr 20, 2006 2:42 am
migya wrote:Many teams would take a serious look at Iverson but not so many would seriously look at Webber, the aging, injury plagued player that he is


Yep. Iverson still has it (not sure for how long, given how fearlessly he plays and the beating he gets each season), so he has value. But he's the icon of the Sixers. I don't think he'll ever be traded. The city would be a riot against Billy King. As for Webber... best thing is he has one less year in his contract. :wink:
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» Thu Apr 20, 2006 10:10 am
migya wrote:Many teams would take a serious look at Iverson but not so many would seriously look at Webber, the aging, injury plagued player that he is

Well, on the surface it looks like it, sure. Allen Iverson (on paper) is a terrific player. But you gotta remember: wherever he goes, the team will suffer chemistry problems. Say, for instance, that he gets traded to the Bucks. Now, you have all sorts of young talent (Redd, Bogut, Magloire) not being utilized because Iverson insists on chucking up 40 shots a night. Meanwhile, in Philly, Andre Iguiodala would explode with more touches (proving Iverson's been holding back the success for talented youngsters around him).

Also, you need to remember that Iverson's pretty beat up for a guy his age. Little men don't last as long in the NBA (let alone one who drives to the hoop and gets body slammed 15 times a night). Mark my words, one of these days he's just going to inexplicably start missing 40 games a season. Injuries catch up to everybody... and, with smaller guys, it's often sooner than later. Iverson's health is already an issue with the 76ers (he misses around 10 games a year), but age doesn't make him look any more attractive.

So, really, in the end, you've got a 30-point scorer who roadblocks the rest of the starting lineup (unless it's somebody like Webber, Bryant, or O'Neal, who insist on getting their share of touches), whose health is becoming increasingly concerning. Sure, Allen Iverson is a quick-fix for a team looking to get to the 2nd round next year... but his usefullness will die in 3 years. Unlike KG, by that time he won't be able to still use his size as a factor. When Iverson's quickness goes (and it will), he'll end up looking like Muggsey Bogues II (with an outside jumper). Most GMs aren't willing to give the Sixers much for him (definately not equal value).

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» Thu Apr 20, 2006 1:04 pm
C-web next years pick

for

Murph, Mp and foyle and this years pick


if he is expiring next year. i think his is a good trade for us.. who knows. webber might actually play good. considering he wants a big contract as always. lol

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