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Re: Greenly’s Trade Ideas (merged)
« Reply #570 on: November 22, 2022, 08:59:46 PM »

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Keep JB

Re: Greenly’s Trade Ideas (merged)
« Reply #571 on: November 22, 2022, 09:25:51 PM »

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JKJB.


Re: Greenly’s Trade Ideas (merged)
« Reply #572 on: November 22, 2022, 09:35:02 PM »

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Re: Greenly’s Trade Ideas (merged)
« Reply #573 on: November 22, 2022, 10:02:58 PM »

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Just Keep Jaylen Brown

Re: Greenly’s Trade Ideas (merged)
« Reply #574 on: November 22, 2022, 11:01:09 PM »

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I would never trade for AD. He is breaking down already. His trajectory will not be one of glory. If you truly want JB gone, send to him his pal in Brooklyn for KD and give them back one of their picks that Ainge fleeced them with.

Re: Greenly’s Trade Ideas (merged)
« Reply #575 on: November 24, 2022, 10:39:57 PM »

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Revisiting the KD idea for December 15, just in time for Xmas, it would be nice if the Nets would go along with this:

BOS In: KD
LAL In: JB, Kyrie, Seth Curry, Joe Harris, Gallinari, Kornet
BKN In: AD, Westbrook, 2025 BOS 1st, 2026 LAL 1st, 2027 BOS 1st, 2028 LAL 1st, 2029 LAL 1st swap, all LAL and BOS second-round picks through 2029

BKN finds suitors for AD and Simmons, hauling in three more first-round picks and a swap. Subsequently unloads the rest of their assets for bad contracts/picks and buys out Westbrook. In other words, officially becomes the leader in the Wembanyama sweepstakes, the year with the exceptional consolation prize of Scoot Henderson.

Meanwhile, the Lakers have new life and perhaps they pull it together to face us in the Finals. How sweet would it be to win banner 18 over LeBron and Kyrie?

Our perspective:

BOS In: KD
BOS Out: JB, Gallinari, Kornet, 2025 BOS 1st, 2027 BOS 1st, all BOS second-round picks through 2029

This is a title team with eight solid starting-caliber players:

Smart/D-White
Brogdon/D-White
JT/G. Williams
KD/Horford
Timelord/Horford

Re: Greenly’s Trade Ideas (merged)
« Reply #576 on: November 24, 2022, 11:44:17 PM »

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Keep JB


Re: Greenly’s Trade Ideas (merged)
« Reply #577 on: November 25, 2022, 12:42:16 AM »

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Yeah, I think we would be more interested in ideas around Jayson now.

Maybe

BOS: Jokic
Denver: Tatum, Al.
"Gimme the ball, gimme the ball". Freddy Quimby, 1994.

Re: Greenly’s Trade Ideas (merged)
« Reply #578 on: November 25, 2022, 01:50:25 PM »

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Yeah, I think we would be more interested in ideas around Jayson now.

Maybe

BOS: Jokic
Denver: Tatum, Al.
Why would we be in the mood to trade the current #2 in the MVP ranking (above Jokic) who is younger than him, more durable, on a more team-friendly deal, plays better defence, and has more room for improvement?

Re: Greenly’s Trade Ideas (merged)
« Reply #579 on: November 25, 2022, 02:14:48 PM »

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Revisiting the KD idea for December 15, just in time for Xmas, it would be nice if the Nets would go along with this:

BOS In: KD
LAL In: JB, Kyrie, Seth Curry, Joe Harris, Gallinari, Kornet
BKN In: AD, Westbrook, 2025 BOS 1st, 2026 LAL 1st, 2027 BOS 1st, 2028 LAL 1st, 2029 LAL 1st swap, all LAL and BOS second-round picks through 2029

BKN finds suitors for AD and Simmons, hauling in three more first-round picks and a swap. Subsequently unloads the rest of their assets for bad contracts/picks and buys out Westbrook. In other words, officially becomes the leader in the Wembanyama sweepstakes, the year with the exceptional consolation prize of Scoot Henderson.

Meanwhile, the Lakers have new life and perhaps they pull it together to face us in the Finals. How sweet would it be to win banner 18 over LeBron and Kyrie?

Our perspective:

BOS In: KD
BOS Out: JB, Gallinari, Kornet, 2025 BOS 1st, 2027 BOS 1st, all BOS second-round picks through 2029

This is a title team with eight solid starting-caliber players:

Smart/D-White
Brogdon/D-White
JT/G. Williams
KD/Horford
Timelord/Horford

This is just a mess all around that would never happen.

Re: Greenly’s Trade Ideas (merged)
« Reply #580 on: November 25, 2022, 04:35:47 PM »

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Yeah, I think we would be more interested in ideas around Jayson now.

Maybe

BOS: Jokic
Denver: Tatum, Al.
Why would we be in the mood to trade the current #2 in the MVP ranking (above Jokic) who is younger than him, more durable, on a more team-friendly deal, plays better defence, and has more room for improvement?
So true, and what’s more is this team is playing so well and R-Will coming back, I have no need for any trade.

Re: Greenly’s Trade Ideas (merged)
« Reply #581 on: November 25, 2022, 04:44:51 PM »

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Yeah, I think we would be more interested in ideas around Jayson now.

Maybe

BOS: Jokic
Denver: Tatum, Al.
Why would we be in the mood to trade the current #2 in the MVP ranking (above Jokic) who is younger than him, more durable, on a more team-friendly deal, plays better defence, and has more room for improvement?

If you are talking about value, that may be relatively fair.

But both Boston and Denver say no to that.