Three team trade

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» Tue Apr 25, 2006 9:45 pm
Trade:

GS outgoing - Foyle and Fisher
Incoming - Curry and Lee


NK outgoing - Curry, Lee and QRich
Incoming - Foyle and KMart


Nuggets outgoing - KMart
Incoming - QRich and Fisher


*Knicks get there hands on KMart
*Nuggets get two great outside shooters
*Warriors get a potentially great Center and a young, decent to come off the bench
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» Wed Apr 26, 2006 3:01 am
You're trying harder on trades, good. :thumbleft:

Sound like a trade NY would do, I'm just not sure about Denver, I'm sure they want to strenghten the sg position, but they could trade straight up with NY for Q-Rich. They have no need for Fish with Miller and Boykins.

Also, I don't really like Curry. He has a ton of potential, but nobody was sorry when he left Chicago. Why?, because he's lazy. In fact, he may be the worst center in the whole league in boards-per-minute (I haven't checked it, tho. I've just seen too many boxscores of him with 18 points and 2 boards).
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» Wed Apr 26, 2006 3:58 am
TMC wrote:You're trying harder on trades, good. :thumbleft:


Thanks :mrgreen:

I'm just using the RealGM trade checker all the time because I'm being caught out for being wrong with the salaries alot :x


TMC wrote:Sound like a trade NY would do, I'm just not sure about Denver, I'm sure they want to strenghten the sg position, but they could trade straight up with NY for Q-Rich. They have no need for Fish with Miller and Boykins.

Also, I don't really like Curry. He has a ton of potential, but nobody was sorry when he left Chicago. Why?, because he's lazy. In fact, he may be the worst center in the whole league in boards-per-minute (I haven't checked it, tho. I've just seen too many boxscores of him with 18 points and 2 boards).



Fisher could play some SG in the Nugs. They really need some outside shooters and I'm surprised they haven't landed a couple of guys already, Voshon Lenard was a very good outside shooter and they gave up on him which was not smart.

Curry is not someone I want but I was just trying to think of different players that could be good and that fill a bit of a need for our team, while also taking players that are expendable to the Warriors, which Fisher and definately Foyle are! Curry could be at the very least decent, which is more than Foyle is. David Lee could be productive but is someone who is out of contract soon and that is also cheap. The Warriors would have the ability to go after other players or resign some of the players here now

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» Wed Apr 26, 2006 11:37 pm
Thats too good to be true. Each team benefits. I like it alot though...alot---030---
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» Wed Apr 26, 2006 11:46 pm
zero3zero wrote:Thats too good to be true. Each team benefits. I like it alot though...alot---030---



It gets rid of the overpaid bafoon (Foyle) and another overpaid but expendable decent player (Fisher).


I like it also!

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» Wed Apr 26, 2006 11:49 pm
Its hard to imagine NY giving up on Curry already, unless there's alot of throw ins (picks).---***030***---
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» Thu Apr 27, 2006 12:08 am
If the Knicks got Iverson and Webber (sfter the season he has had), they would do almost anything! They'd start talking playoffs (like they always do), they would be that into it!
» Mon May 22, 2006 11:45 pm
migya wrote:Trade:


Is the world truly out of Trade:?
» Wed May 24, 2006 7:34 am
No way that Mullin trades away Foyle and Fisher, his two signings. Same with Dunleavy and Murphy. Those four guys, along with Davis are Mullin's pets.

Richardson is the only guy that Mullin would trade away.
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» Wed May 24, 2006 10:29 am
Anonymous wrote:No way that Mullin trades away Foyle and Fisher, his two signings. Same with Dunleavy and Murphy. Those four guys, along with Davis are Mullin's pets.

Richardson is the only guy that Mullin would trade away.

WHAT?!

Jason Richardson was also signed to a long-term deal, like Foyle, Murphy, and Dunleavy. Why isn't he one of Mullin's pets, too...?

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» Thu May 25, 2006 5:58 am
Anonymous wrote:No way that Mullin trades away Foyle and Fisher, his two signings. Same with Dunleavy and Murphy. Those four guys, along with Davis are Mullin's pets.

Richardson is the only guy that Mullin would trade away.



this guy's an idiot...
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» Thu May 25, 2006 6:03 am
Ivote4replay wrote:
Anonymous wrote:No way that Mullin trades away Foyle and Fisher, his two signings. Same with Dunleavy and Murphy. Those four guys, along with Davis are Mullin's pets.

Richardson is the only guy that Mullin would trade away.



this guy's an idiot...


Signed. :thumbleft:
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» Fri May 26, 2006 2:02 am
would do this trade

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» Fri May 26, 2006 9:40 am
heres a 3 team trade that works number wise but probably not in real life. but here it goes:

Golden State Warriors

Incoming Players
Rashard Lewis
Salary: $9,571,429 Years Remaining: 3
PTS: 20.1 REB: 5.0 AST: 2.3 PER: 20.04

Johan Petro
Salary: $936,600 Years Remaining: 1
PTS: 5.2 REB: 4.4 AST: 0.2 PER: 10.44

Darius Miles
Salary: $7,250,000 Years Remaining: 4
PTS: 14.0 REB: 4.6 AST: 1.8 PER: 12.52


Outgoing Players: Adonal Foyle, Derek Fisher, Mickael Pietrus, Zarko Cabarkapa

Seattle SuperSonics

Incoming Players
Derek Fisher
Salary: $5,393,300 Years Remaining: 4
PTS: 13.3 REB: 2.6 AST: 4.3 PER: 14.87

Mickael Pietrus
Salary: $1,910,520 Years Remaining: 1
PTS: 9.3 REB: 3.1 AST: 0.8 PER: 10.01

Zarko Cabarkapa
Salary: $1,404,360 Years Remaining: 1
PTS: 3.3 REB: 1.8 AST: 0.3 PER: 9.93


Outgoing Players: Rashard Lewis, Johan Petro

Portland Trail Blazers

Incoming Players
Adonal Foyle
Salary: $7,312,500 Years Remaining: 3
PTS: 4.5 REB: 5.5 AST: 0.4 PER: 10.37


Outgoing Players: Darius Miles

we end up with lewis(whos better than any 3 we have) petro and miles(head case, but has talent)

biedrins, petro
ike, murphy, taft
lewis, dunleavy, cheaney
richardson,ellis
davis, bynum,
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» Fri May 26, 2006 9:51 am
Good try. But you're right. In real life it's crazy for Portland and Seattle.

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