Elton Brand to Warriors

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» Sun Jan 28, 2007 1:12 am
I think the Clippers and the Warriors will proceed a trade this summer if both teams fail to make ot hte playoff:

This Trade Succeeded! Go back to adjust your trade or start over.
Golden State Warriors

Incoming Players
Elton Brand
Salary: $14,248,000 Years Remaining: 3
PTS: 20.6 REB: 8.9 AST: 2.5 PER: 23.55

Chris Kaman
Salary: $3,491,767 Years Remaining: 6
PTS: 10.4 REB: 7.8 AST: 0.9 PER: 12.11


Outgoing Players: Adonal Foyle, Monta Ellis, Jason RichardsonLos Angeles Clippers

Incoming Players
Adonal Foyle
Salary: $8,125,000 Years Remaining: 4
PTS: 2.5 REB: 2.1 AST: 0.3 PER: 14.28

Monta Ellis
Salary: $664,209 Years Remaining: 2
PTS: 17.7 REB: 2.8 AST: 4.3 PER: 14.76

Jason Richardson
Salary: $9,999,999 Years Remaining: 5
PTS: 12.7 REB: 4.0 AST: 2.6 PER: 11.12


Outgoing Players: Elton Brand, Chris Kaman



Clippers needs another fresh guard replacing Sam since he might retire soon
The Warriors will get Elton, that will move Al to SF spot
and our center will be Kaman
Deal?

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» Sun Jan 28, 2007 1:21 am
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» Sun Jan 28, 2007 2:02 am
Warriors will never, ever, ever, trade Monta Ellis, so stop trying
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» Sun Jan 28, 2007 2:57 am
No thanks. Monta and Jason are keepers unless you give me Bosh or Garnett for big men. Brand had a great year last year, an MVP like season for himself. But this season, I haven't heard his name much unless I they were playing on ESPN or TNT. The Clippers have suddenly turned to the Clippers again. The 2006 Clippers were good, the 199346345-2005 Clippers were terrible. But the 2007 Clippers, they seem to be in the middle of all that.
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» Sun Jan 28, 2007 3:40 am
O.G. broe wrote:Security...


God, I hope this is not the same huang again... Don't worry, if he is, he'll be banned asap.

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» Sun Jan 28, 2007 8:56 am
I don't think so. The writing and sanity are so much better in this post. Of course meds can make a dif.
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» Sun Jan 28, 2007 10:36 am
huang2271984 wrote:I think the Clippers and the Warriors will proceed a trade this summer if both teams fail to make ot hte playoff:

This Trade Succeeded! Go back to adjust your trade or start over.
Golden State Warriors

Incoming Players
Elton Brand
Salary: $14,248,000 Years Remaining: 3
PTS: 20.6 REB: 8.9 AST: 2.5 PER: 23.55

Chris Kaman
Salary: $3,491,767 Years Remaining: 6
PTS: 10.4 REB: 7.8 AST: 0.9 PER: 12.11


Outgoing Players: Adonal Foyle, Monta Ellis, Jason RichardsonLos Angeles Clippers

Incoming Players
Adonal Foyle
Salary: $8,125,000 Years Remaining: 4
PTS: 2.5 REB: 2.1 AST: 0.3 PER: 14.28

Monta Ellis
Salary: $664,209 Years Remaining: 2
PTS: 17.7 REB: 2.8 AST: 4.3 PER: 14.76

Jason Richardson
Salary: $9,999,999 Years Remaining: 5
PTS: 12.7 REB: 4.0 AST: 2.6 PER: 11.12


Outgoing Players: Elton Brand, Chris Kaman



Clippers needs another fresh guard replacing Sam since he might retire soon
The Warriors will get Elton, that will move Al to SF spot
and our center will be Kaman
Deal?

Never gonna happen; Brand is LA's franchise player. Their team's built around him. They won't trade him.

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» Sun Jan 28, 2007 10:51 am
Leave.... now.

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» Sun Jan 28, 2007 10:53 am
The only thing worse than this thread was Bob's Free Throw thread.

Bad idea, bad trade, not going to happen.

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» Sun Jan 28, 2007 10:03 pm
The Warriors needs a PF.
Al Harrington is more a SF, in my opinion.
With the addition of Elton Brand, our team will be a title contender
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» Mon Jan 29, 2007 12:42 am
He may be a SF, but in Nellie's mind, he's a PF. Harrington has the skills of a SF even though he is listed at power. This is Don Nelson were talking about. I love Elton, but Harrington is exactly the type of player meant for this style of play.
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» Mon Jan 29, 2007 9:28 am
Harrington has never been a SF period end of discussion.
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» Mon Jan 29, 2007 5:15 pm
tHe_pEsTiLeNcE wrote:Harrington has never been a SF period end of discussion.

Yeah, matter of fact, thats one of the reasons Indy dealt him. Because he wasn't effective as a 3 AT ALL... and paying him and Jermaine both those big deals wasn't cost efficient.
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» Wed Jan 31, 2007 7:58 pm
Funny shiit

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