Kings 04 1st
Jazz 05 1st
2000-2001 Western Conference Finals|2001-2002 Pacific Division Champs |Western Conference Finals| 2002-2003 Pacific Division Champs| 2005-2006 Pacific Division Champs| NBA Champions | 2006-2007 Pacific Division Champs | NBA Finals
My god Nola. I looked at the trade and went niceeeeee just like Southpark. Scrolled down and saw that video......
HR Sim League - Philadelphia 76er's (0-0)
Chauncey Billups | Jerry Stackhouse| Danny Granger| Kenyon Martin | Marcus Camby
Is Shawn Marion worth all that? Its not that much to be honest, but still a good starter in Cassell and two 1st round picks.
Emeka Okafor - Joe Smith - Carmelo Anthony - Manu Ginobili - Jason Williams
Al Jefferson - James Posey - Aaron McKie - Shaun Livingston
We all know non-lottery picks have proven to be roster fillers in this league. I think it was a pretty fair deal. The Jazz pick might of been a little much but eh it's not terribly one-sided.
He had no need for a 32 year old Cassell and the non lotto pick was really a throw in as concerns for value. Busta gets a long stay at his 3 poisition alongside Bosh for his longterm plan. He had 6 picks in the next two drafts; so its not like he "needed" picks. Plus he kept the Dallas pick and his 2 lotto picks this year. This it was a good deal for both IMO.
I also didn't plan on resigning him and had a guy in outlaw that could do what he does. I wanted to find a way to get Haslem some time as well.
A series of good deals happening!
Or he can have him for the next season. FA and keeping him for the next 6 years will define this trade.
a certain gm might give marion a ridiculous contract then attempt to trade him all season.
I don't think it's that lopsided, especially since Cassell is still out for 30 days, and depends on resigning Marion. But BallSoHard continues to get little extra assets in his trades, something I never accomplish because I think I'm too eager to pull the trigger on trades and don't negotiate hard enough. But solid trade. Now someone trade me a SF...
Now I'm actually questioning this move for the Lakers. Why trade a young Marion for someone like Cassell who's past his prime and plus there will be a huge dropoff defensively by replacing Snow?
Snows not even starting for me. Outlaw can average 8 and 10 for me easily. I wasn't going to resign Marion since he didn't fit with the team.
I think you can trust in my judgement
Well Cassell will help with ball-handling and play-making but he will be a dropoff defensively from Blaylock too.
There are currently 1 users browsing this thread. (0 members and 1 guests)