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

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Cho better make a trade. During last season Henderson had a negative 1.4 rating while he was on the floor. And +1.6 while he's was off. The only starter who had a negative net rating.

I can't take that all season again

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Cho better make a trade. During last season Henderson had a negative 1.4 rating while he was on the floor. And +1.6 while he's was off. The only starter who had a negative net rating.

I can't take that all season again

Hornets- Martin

Warriors- Love, Henderson

T-Wolves- Lee, Thompson, Speights 1st via GS, 1st via CHA

Golden State & Minnesota both cone out equal on salary cap. Charlotte adds $800k to swap Henderson for Martin.

Charlotte gives up Henderson & a 1st (likely #20+) to grab Martin. Upgrades the weakest position with a vet who can come in & average 20ppg efficiently.

Golden State gets Kevin Love & a capable SG in Henderson to fill the void left by Thompson.

Minnesota gets what they want in Thompson, & 2 future 1st rd picks.

It's a wib-win for everybody involved.

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Martin plays no defense, but at this point thats not our problem. Offense is, and K-mart is just that. I could be happy if we find a way to land him.

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As long as the first we are giving up is top 20 protected next year, lottery protected the year after, and top 10 protected the year after that.

Seems like a fair trade.

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Hornets- Martin

Warriors- Love, Henderson

T-Wolves- Lee, Thompson, Speights 1st via GS, 1st via CHA

Golden State & Minnesota both cone out equal on salary cap. Charlotte adds $800k to swap Henderson for Martin.

Charlotte gives up Henderson & a 1st (likely #20+) to grab Martin. Upgrades the weakest position with a vet who can come in & average 20ppg efficiently.

Golden State gets Kevin Love & a capable SG in Henderson to fill the void left by Thompson.

Minnesota gets what they want in Thompson, & 2 future 1st rd picks.

It's a wib-win for everybody involved.

 

 

This is a much more plausible trade.  

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That trade actually looks very reasonable. The only thing I might change is Barnes instead of Speights. I don't think Minnesota would want two power forwards.

Cha: Kevin Martin

Gsw: Love, Henderson

Min: Lee, Thompson, Barnes, 1st from Gsw (assuming Love re-signs), protected 1st from Cha

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That trade actually looks very reasonable. The only thing I might change is Barnes instead of Speights. I don't think Minnesota would want two power forwards.

Cha: Kevin Martin

Gsw: Love, Henderson

Minn: Lee, Thompson, Barnes, 1st from Gsw, protected first from Cha

 

Not sure GS does that one.  Maybeee though.  

 

http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=q57qy54

 

It does +7 wins for them.  

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Actually I don't know if I'd throw in our first.

Martin's deal runs longer than Henderson's and it's slightly backloaded.

I think taking that deal off Minnesota's hands would be enticing enough without throwing in a pick.

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Not sure GS does that one. Maybeee though.

http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=q57qy54

It does +7 wins for them.

Depends when the trade is done. The closer to the trade deadline we get the less the price will come down, but by then acquiring Martin might not be the best idea for us as we would only have 1 1/2 years of Henderson left.

Martin is a solid player but he has three more years left on his deal and his contract is slightly backloaded. I don't know if that's in the best interest of our team.

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Actually I don't know if I'd throw in our first.

Martin's deal runs longer than Henderson's and it's slightly backloaded.

I think taking that deal off Minnesota's hands would be enticing enough without throwing in a pick.

We won't have the added salary of a late 1st next year, offsetting it. We also wouldn't be paying near max to a younger guy to upgrade the SG. We're still saving a good bit to pay Kemba & Al next summer.

Martin is one of the best shooters in the league. He can average 20ppg while shooting 44-46% Fg & 36-38% 3pt.

Wouldn't worry about his salary or lack of defense. We have plenty of cap space & a great defense. He'd be playing alongside MKG. We need a scorer & 3pt threats. He adds that.

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We won't have the added salary of a late 1st next year, offsetting it. We also wouldn't be paying near max to a younger guy to upgrade the SG. We're still saving a good bit to pay Kemba & Al next summer.

Martin is one of the best shooters in the league. He can average 20ppg while shooting 44-46% Fg & 36-38% 3pt.

Wouldn't worry about his salary or lack of defense. We have plenty of cap space & a great defense. He'd be playing alongside MKG. We need a scorer & 3pt threats. He adds that.

I don't have a problem with Martin, I'd just prefer to keep our pick if possible.

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This is a much more plausible trade.

Nonsense. No way the Hornets only get Martin back after giving up a starter and a 1st.

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