Having Davis and McGee is redundant. Davis already does everything McGee does. And if we were to bring in another big, the player needs to be a big true low post player... A type of big we do not have.
Some people on this board are hilarious. If it wasn't for Ryno, this team wouldn't have come close to winning a game this year. He is probably the best value non-rookie contract player in the league. He isn't going anywhere, so cut the crap
go get the shot gun.
take out Anderson and put in Gordon and you got yourself a deal
Denver wouldn't move McGee for Gordon.
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I guess we can just turn this into a general trade thread?
Here's something I've been thinking about:
We get: Eric Bledsoe and Caron Butler
Clippers get: Lopez and Aminu
Bledsoe is going to get traded - he and Paul make no sense being on the same team. Butler is old, washed up, and he has another year of $8 million on their books (kills our cap for a year, but it's worth it IMO). We give them the backup Center that they need, along with cap space to try to bring in more help for CP and Griffin, and Aminu is an expiring filler.
Then, we could maybe flip Vasquez to the Rockets for either Terrance Jones or Donatas Motiejunas. Neither are playing much, and McHale already said he hates having so many rookies on the team. They have a big hole at backup PG, so I think it definitely fits in terms of need.
There are trade offs. Aminu shrinks the floor, but he is better than Butler in most other categories, and he is a much better overall fit with their playing style. Plus, they have guys like Matt Barnes and Grant Hill to play SF as well. Lopez is the important piece for them, as he is very cheap for his production and makes them much more respectable in the post. After DJ, they have nothing.
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No chance of happening, why would we sign him to the amount that we did if we was to trade em later? Then he is playing the best ball of his career.
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