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Ariza would be a great back up for MKG.

He's a great three point shooter and he's familiar with Clifford and Ewing (Orlando).

He would be my preference.

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What about someone like Evan Turner?  He didn't get to play much in Indiana so he may be had for cheaper than what he would have. 

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What about someone like Evan Turner? He didn't get to play much in Indiana so he may be had for cheaper than what he would have.

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Indiana played worse after acquiring Turner. The best they played in the playoffs is when he was out.

Do not want, and have never liked his game

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What about someone like Evan Turner? He didn't get to play much in Indiana so he may be had for cheaper than what he would have.

I was on his wagon before the trade. I jumped quickly off. Do not want. He single handily fugged Indy up.

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(1) Lance Stephenson, SG

(2) Eric Bledsoe, PG

PG: Kemba Walker / Eric Bledsoe / Gary Neal

SG: Lance Stephenson / P.J. Hairston / Gerald Henderson

SF: Michael Kidd-Gilchrist / Jeff Taylor

PF: Noah Vonleh / Cody Zeller

C: Al Jefferson / Bismack Biyombo

Easily TOP3 in the EAST!!!

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I don't know why anyone would want Deng at this point. Bledsoe might be a good pick up, but I'd want, and I think they'd prefer, a taller back up PG. In some ways, he's probably better than Kemba. I'd start off by going after Chandler Parsons, who can play SF and PF. Get me some guys in here who can legitimately play more than one position. SG should be able to play SF...PG should be able to legitimately play some SG. That kind of thing. Build a versatile squad with interchangeable parts, and you will win before you're supposed to.

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Bledsoe was moved to the two last year and it would take a max to get him from PHX. He had a phenomenal year and is a starter in this league.

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I don't know why anyone would want Deng at this point. Bledsoe might be a good pick up, but I'd want, and I think they'd prefer, a taller back up PG. In some ways, he's probably better than Kemba. I'd start off by going after Chandler Parsons, who can play SF and PF. Get me some guys in here who can legitimately play more than one position. SG should be able to play SF...PG should be able to legitimately play some SG. That kind of thing. Build a versatile squad with interchangeable parts, and you will win before you're supposed to.

Bledsoe is a two guard; better than Kemba. And, Lance could play the point especially the pick and roll. There's two guys at area of needs that can play more than just one position. Plus, two very good defenders. We would be highly athletic and at the same time, even better on defense.

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Bledsoe was moved to the two last year and it would take a max to get him from PHX. He had a phenomenal year and is a starter in this league.

How do you think Ennis will impact what Pheonix will do with Bledsoe? I think he won't be back in Pheonix.

Bledsoe is also too small to play the 2.

If Im Pheonix, let him walk and spend that money on Gasol.

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