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I choose Gordon Hayward, a good offensive compliment to Ariza.
I think I'll go with Shane Battier. Every team needs a perimeter stopper and Battier remains one of the best in the game. Plus he stretches the floor with his 3 providing Westbrook with a lot more room to attack.
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rbow are you gonna select for Trells team now also. seriously, you are selecting players for 3 teams!! and negotiating deals for all 3 teams!
neitzl deal or no deal on the trade we were talking about?
look at the trade thread
Stay Classy, New Orleans Pelicans
The T Wolves select.................
The Orlando Magic select Omer Asik
Asik is the best defensive big available and would make a good frontcourt mate with Tim Duncan or Paul Millsap giving a solid big rotation. With Nash, Ginobili, or the best interior passer in the game in Duncan setting up Asik, expect to see a lot of that picture above.
Grizzlies select Ian Mahinmi
Looking to trade down from my 6 if anyone is interest. hit me up with offers.
The San Antonio Spurs select...
J.J. Redick - SG
Needed a marksman. Wanted a Dukie.
The Magic select shooting guard Courtney Lee
Lee is a role player shooting guard who plays great defense on 1s and 2s that allows Nash to guard the weaker backcourt option. Lee shot 40% from the 3 point line this year and beat out Kevin Martin for the starting spot. As a starter Lee averaged 14 points a game. Lee can slash shoot the 3 and shoot midrange jumpers
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