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We keep hearing Cho might rather make a trade....

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but for who????  

 

Bill Simmons speculated that Demar Derozen could be someone who could be moved a couple months ago, but I don't see it.  

 

I really don't know who even could be an option.  

 

Thoughts?

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If we can get DD that will be cool I suppose. But I want Hendo gone

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For a hail mary, I'd say Klay Thompson. He's been talked about in trades and we need three point shooting. But I really have no idea for legitimate guys. Demar Derozan is probably the right kind of player. Above average, not great, with some potential to get better and a contract that's a bit too high.

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They better send a draft pick and take Hendo. His contract is atrocious.  

 

Also, Waiters from Cleveland could be a possible fit, would probably cost a bunch though.  Probably Zeller and a 1st rounder... that might not even do it. 

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Well all I know is this better not be it. We need to show Al that we are committed to building around him.

 

At this point that Hayward offer just seems like a "hey at least we tried to bring a big name in" type of thing.

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Hornets- Klay Thompson, Kevin Martin

Warriors- Kevin Love, Corey Brewer, Ronny Turiaf

T-Wolves- Harrison Barnes, David Lee, Gerald Henderson, Cody Zeller, 3 1st rd picks (2 GS, 1 CHA)

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Hornets- Klay Thompson, Kevin Martin

Warriors- Kevin Love, Corey Brewer, Ronny Turiaf

T-Wolves- Harrison Barnes, David Lee, Gerald Henderson, Cody Zeller, 3 1st rd picks (2 GS, 1 CHA)

 

I don't think the Warriors do this type of deal without getting Klay.  

 

Don't get me wrong, I would love it, but just don't see it. 

 

I could see flipping Barnes and Klay and maybe removing Hendo from the deal, and it might would work. 

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The problem is in these three team trades guys that are enticing to us are also enticing to a team like Minnesota.

i.e. Waiters, Thompson etc...

Barnes might be available though.

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The problem is in these three team trades guys that are enticing to us are also enticing to a team like Minnesota.

i.e. Waiters, Thompson etc...

Barnes might be available though.


The real problem...

Minnesota is acting like Love is Michael Jordan & asking for way too damn much.

Cleveland is only offering scrubs & won't include the one piece needed to get him (Wiggins).

Golden State isn't willing to part with the one guy Minnesota wants (Thompson) & is only offering average players.

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Hell, Charlotte could land Love if they really wanted to. All of our picks, Kemba, MKG, Vonleh, Zeller, Biyombo, etc. Thankfully Cho isn't dumb enough to gut our roster & draft picks for an overrated stat stuffer.

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The real problem...

Minnesota is acting like Love is Michael Jordan & asking for way too damn much.

Cleveland is only offering scrubs & won't include the one piece needed to get him (Wiggins).

Golden State isn't willing to part with the one guy Minnesota wants (Thompson) & is only offering average players.


Hopefully someone caves and we can help them out, while still getting a quality player in the process.

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