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PostPosted: Mon Apr 17, 2006 3:49 pm
Who gives a FU** about them anywayz.....You couldn't handle our blueberry, punk. Go back 2 milking your cows idiot---***030***---
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 17, 2006 10:26 pm
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migya wrote:No playoffs for pathetic Pacers! Another season where so much so called promise ended up nothing :mrgreen:


No playoffs?, they even have a good chance of getting to the second round... :scratch:



If they finish 6th or 7th, they will be out in the 1st round!
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 17, 2006 10:38 pm
pacerman wrote:Can you jokers send whatever you are Smoking to Indiana if you dumbass really think that trade will happen i gotta have some

This is exactly what the f*ck I'm talking about. All these bullsh*t trades that make Golden State happy, but wouldn't get by the loneliest 15-year-old without a prom date in Indiana (aka, this guy). I'm getting tired of all these bullsh*t trades that package off Mickael Pietrus, Andris Biedrins, and Derek Fisher for some superstar... while the poster's sole response always remains the same: they'd love the potential!

No. Teams don't buy potential. They gamble on it. That means we'd need to trade Jason Richardson & Mickael Pietrus for Carmelo Anthonty & Nene. There's no Melo for Dunleavy, Fisher, and Foyle. Denver wouldn't trade Carmelo (like Minny wont trade KG, Indy wont trade Jermaine, Memphis wont trade Pau, ect) for intangible, could-be pieces (such as two promising, unproven young bucks and Troy F'n Murphy).

Stop living in the goddamn clouds, people.
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 19, 2006 6:06 am
Golden State and Indiana could not consummate a Ron Artest trade before Sacramento swooped in for No. 93.

But you can bank on the Warriors and Pacers talking again this summer, if not sooner, regarding another big-name trade possibility: Jermaine O'Neal.

The Warriors believe a lot of their problems, as they faded from a 12-6 start to a 12th consecutive season out of the playoffs, stem from the lack of a low-post scorer with real size. O'Neal, as a result, is said to be high on Golden State's list, with general manager Chris Mullin a natural trading partner with Indiana given his close ties to the franchise as a former Pacer.

It remains to be seen whether the Pacers are indeed prepared to part with O'Neal to start over completely, but it doesn't hurt that Mullin has several young trade assets -- such as Ike Diogu (deemed off-limits in the Artest talks), Mickael Pietrus and the fast-rising Monta Ellis -- in spite of the club's postseason drought.


http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/dailydime?page=dailydime-060419


What happens?. These f*ckers read this board for inspiration or what?
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 19, 2006 9:01 am
Jermaine O'Neal is actually a realistic idea; it's not purely fantasy like Garnett.

Mullin has ties with Indiana, Golden State is in the opposite conference, there have been Jermaine rumors floating around nearly all season (so he's probably on the block), and Golden State surely has pieces that Indiana would be interested in.

As long as they keep their mitts off Ike and JR, they can have anyone they want.
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#32 wrote:As long as they keep their mitts off Ike and JR, they can have anyone they want.


That's it. :thumbup:

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Agreed. Have to include Ellis too though---***030***---
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 19, 2006 7:00 pm
#32 wrote:Jermaine O'Neal is actually a realistic idea; it's not purely fantasy like Garnett.

Mullin has ties with Indiana, Golden State is in the opposite conference, there have been Jermaine rumors floating around nearly all season (so he's probably on the block), and Golden State surely has pieces that Indiana would be interested in.

As long as they keep their mitts off Ike and JR, they can have anyone they want.



Wrong way around - Garnett is unhappy in the TWolves and wants out and Jermaine and the Pacers have no reason to part ways since Jermaine is by far their best player
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I just don't know why Indy would want to part with O'Neal so bad. What if they get by NJ in the first round? How about they get by the Heat in the next round? Why would you look to unload such a good player when you're going to the playoffs as it is? There is no chance they get equal value for O'Neal and certainly not from the Warriors. Just doesn't make sense. Besides, of course Ike is the centerpiece in any trade for either O'Neal or Garnett and for that reason I don't want to see it happen.
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PostPosted: Wed Apr 19, 2006 8:01 pm
migya wrote:Wrong way around - Garnett is unhappy in the TWolves and wants out and Jermaine and the Pacers have no reason to part ways since Jermaine is by far their best player

Neither player has expressed (officially) their want to leave their franchise. Likewise, neither of their respective teams have given much of a hint that their franchise players will be traded. Everything regarding the motivation for a trade with these two is purely speculation.

That being said, if either (or both) of these two players came on the market, the Warriors have 10 times more of a chance at landing Jermaine than Kevin.
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#32 wrote:That being said, if either (or both) of these two players came on the market, the Warriors have 10 times more of a chance at landing Jermaine than Kevin.



Many teams would be after Jermaine! He is slightly younger and a star in his own right.
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migya wrote:Wrong way around - Garnett is unhappy in the TWolves and wants out and Jermaine and the Pacers have no reason to part ways since Jermaine is by far their best player

Neither player has expressed (officially) their want to leave their franchise. Likewise, neither of their respective teams have given much of a hint that their franchise players will be traded. Everything regarding the motivation for a trade with these two is purely speculation.


Well, that's not completely true regarding O'Neal. He has never requested a trade, but he has motives to be pissed at the franchise. He was lied by Larry Legend ("Don't worry. We're not going to fire Isiah. That thought has never crossed my mind") and he was offered to Toronto for Chris Bosh during this season. He has never said anything against them, but still...
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 20, 2006 10:13 am
That's why I'm saying, motives are all speculation. I'm sure KG hypothetically has a drive to leave Minnesoda, too... but nobody knows for sure.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 20, 2006 1:01 pm
everything depends on how the pacers are gonna do on this year's play offs
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#32 wrote:That's why I'm saying, motives are all speculation. I'm sure KG hypothetically has a drive to leave Minnesoda, too... but nobody knows for sure.




Common sense tells us that KG is not happy after twice this season saying that things are not good! When a superstar displays displeasure, there is a huge chance that he will want to leave!
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