Brooklyn Nets out:
Brookly Nets in:
Toronto Raptors Out:
Toronto Raptors In:
TRADE GORDON AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AFTER THIS TRADE FOR PICKS AND/OR STARTING CENTER. ALSO WILL CAN RELEASE LOPEZ AFTER THIS YEAR.
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Explain yourself. Why in hell would Toronto do that?
This thread have me laughing as if one tickled me! All replies and the thread it self is hilarious.
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Greivis Vasquez will replace Jose Manuel Calderon ($10,561,985)
Jonas Valanciunas ($3,374,640)was drafted to replace Andrea Bargnani ($10,000,000, 11,000,000 & 12,000,000) and Jason Smith with back him up.
There record is 3/8 so they can go into rebuilding mode (again) while still putting an exciting team on the court. They aren't battling the injury bug the players they have are just not getting it done. Time to look at the draft and clearing cap space.
If it was sold to the Wizards im sure they will move one player to open up their draft chances and lighten their pockets.
Kyle Lowry ($5,750,000, $6,210,000)
Jason Smith ($2,500,000, $2,500,000)
Greivis Vasquez ($1,191,240, $2,150,188)
So you want to move on past Gordon by not including him in any of the trades, but rather give up on our top 10 pick, and solid depth.
Am I reading that right?
If you Jimmer it, they will come.
Maybe this is why Chris Bosh took his talent to south beach.
Not one......Not two......Not three......Not Four.......
When elgible Gordon can be moved at anytime for the right piece(s) with this trade. Also the team chemistry can be forming and the deficiency can be address in the gordon trade.
What gets me is everyone in the preseason labeled this team as a rebuilding team and it was going to take time, then a few games into the season we want to move pieces that could be the future of our franchise so we can compete now? Kind of scratching my head.
Lowry cannot be traded, i don't think, he recently just got traded didnt he?
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