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Re: Trade Idea - Irving to the Knicks
« Reply #15 on: July 20, 2018, 08:49:11 AM »

Offline PAOBoston

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Cs are on the verge of being legit title contenders this year and you want to trade Irving? Come one man!

Re: Trade Idea - Irving to the Knicks
« Reply #16 on: July 20, 2018, 09:05:40 AM »

Offline GreenShooter

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Where is the option under Tommy Points: for (taketh one)? This is as bad as it gets. Wow! How much does everyone worry that Kyrie is gone? And gone to the Knicks only. It's just speculation by the media. There's no real threat if Kyrie want's to win a ring. This team is loaded. Not sure why he'd want to leave. Again, it's just media throwing stuff around as it's only something that "could" happen if Kyrie decided to go elsewhere. I know the Knicks, as well as some other teams, will push hard to sign Kyrie but the C's will as well. Jimmy Butler be [dang]ed.

Re: Trade Idea - Irving to the Knicks
« Reply #17 on: July 20, 2018, 09:17:02 AM »

Online BitterJim

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No way the Knicks would do this. Maybe Irving/BOS 2019 forst/Kings 1st/Clippers 1st/Grizzlies first for Noah? Saves us $1.5 million AND lets us get rid of 4 first rounders! Not to mention that we get a whole extra year of Noah (2 instead of 1 for Irving). Noah would be a great 5th big behind Horford (who we could have traded for Melo or Dwight if Danny had been quicker), Baynes, Williams, and random G-Leaguers on 10 day contracts.  Not to mention that there would be no rumors about where Noah was going to sign like there are for Kyrie.

It's a win any way you look at it.
I'm bitter.

Re: Trade Idea - Irving to the Knicks
« Reply #18 on: July 20, 2018, 09:24:36 AM »

Offline greece666

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No way the Knicks would do this. Maybe Irving/BOS 2019 forst/Kings 1st/Clippers 1st/Grizzlies first for Noah? Saves us $1.5 million AND lets us get rid of 4 first rounders! Not to mention that we get a whole extra year of Noah (2 instead of 1 for Irving). Noah would be a great 5th big behind Horford (who we could have traded for Melo or Dwight if Danny had been quicker), Baynes, Williams, and random G-Leaguers on 10 day contracts.  Not to mention that there would be no rumors about where Noah was going to sign like there are for Kyrie.

It's a win any way you look at it.


ewww that was so sharp i almost cut myself reading it.

Re: Trade Idea - Irving to the Knicks
« Reply #19 on: July 20, 2018, 09:54:00 AM »

Offline timpiker

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A once in a lifetime gift fell into our laps a year ago.  And now, because of TMZ-type BS in the media - let's trade it away?  LOL.

Re: Trade Idea - Irving to the Knicks
« Reply #20 on: July 20, 2018, 10:15:02 AM »

Offline tarheelsxxiii

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No way the Knicks would do this. Maybe Irving/BOS 2019 forst/Kings 1st/Clippers 1st/Grizzlies first for Noah? Saves us $1.5 million AND lets us get rid of 4 first rounders! Not to mention that we get a whole extra year of Noah (2 instead of 1 for Irving). Noah would be a great 5th big behind Horford (who we could have traded for Melo or Dwight if Danny had been quicker), Baynes, Williams, and random G-Leaguers on 10 day contracts.  Not to mention that there would be no rumors about where Noah was going to sign like there are for Kyrie.

It's a win any way you look at it.

I'd do it.
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Re: Trade Idea - Irving to the Knicks
« Reply #21 on: July 20, 2018, 06:18:11 PM »

Offline Celtics4ever

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Ntilikina can play off the ball on both sides of the court.

5.9 PPG  .36% FG  31% from three land .8 SPG  2.3 RPG  3.2 APG in 21 mpg

https://www.basketball-reference.com/players/n/ntilila01.html

Those were his stats, you can like him all you want, Ainge is not going to trade Kyrie for those kinds of stats.  It is pretty certain that he struggles on the offensive side of the ball, too with those shooting stats and I question his D with the low steal number.

Re: Trade Idea - Irving to the Knicks
« Reply #22 on: July 20, 2018, 06:26:58 PM »

Offline blink

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I guess this time of year we get a lot of umm 'questionable' trade ideas.  Why would we trade our best player on the verge of a championship run?  I am sorry but this whole idea is just flat out dumb.

Re: Trade Idea - Irving to the Knicks
« Reply #23 on: July 20, 2018, 06:28:26 PM »

Offline DefenseWinsChamps

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No way the Knicks would do this. Maybe Irving/BOS 2019 forst/Kings 1st/Clippers 1st/Grizzlies first for Noah? Saves us $1.5 million AND lets us get rid of 4 first rounders! Not to mention that we get a whole extra year of Noah (2 instead of 1 for Irving). Noah would be a great 5th big behind Horford (who we could have traded for Melo or Dwight if Danny had been quicker), Baynes, Williams, and random G-Leaguers on 10 day contracts.  Not to mention that there would be no rumors about where Noah was going to sign like there are for Kyrie.

It's a win any way you look at it.

I'd do it.

I'm seriously curious if this is a caricature of the part you play on this forum or if this is serious.

I won't argue or malign, but I am legitimately curious in your response. Is this serious? 
Most talent in the league. We don't want or need AD.

 

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