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Kings willing to trade "young pieces for assets"

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Fixin the squad for the Hampton Roads reboot

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Cousins for Hendo/Mullens:

http://espn.go.com/n...tradeId=ajdcj8c

now Cho, the time is NOW!!!!

That might be the base of the trade but we will have to throw in a draft pick.

I love Cousins and think he needs a change of scenery.

Doing this trade would force someone to step up in the PF department. Tyrus is still sidelined but Warrick might have to play a bigger role because he really hasn't made any impact. Also, Biz would see more playing time with Mullens gone.

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I wonder if they want some expiring contracts.

That and draft picks are the only "assets" I can think of.

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Diop and nothing more for this Malcontent...he can play but is very much unprofessional so far.

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I think getting Cousins would be a lot more than two average players in Hendo and Mullens. It'll have to be with another young player like Biyombo or a pick or two with it.

I really like Tyreke Evans also. He's a legit shooter who has great size to play both SG/PG. If we could pick up a guy like Evans and work the FA for a big man, we could be in pretty good shape next season.

A back court of Kemba/Sessions, Evans/Taylor and MKG.

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Cousins for Hendo/Mullins? That wouldn't work on a video game. Trade machine just plays with the money obviously, not the names. To get Cousins, say goodbye to at least a 1st round pick in addition to a package of players.

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You guys do know that you can't put draft picks in that trade machine. I think what the OP was doing was making sure the salaries matched. Maybe he had the intent of throwing draft picks in there but didn't state that.

As far as Evans...I like Evans to an extent.

He's more of a scorer that drives to the basket than a shooter. But what I really don't like about him is he lacks a true position. He has no identity. He's needs the ball in his hands to be truly effective but doesn't really posses PG skills. He doesn't shoot the ball well enough to play SG. And he might have the size to play SF but rarely will you see him ask for the ball in the the paint. He needs to ball in his hands out on the perimeter. Not saying he isn't a good player but just confused on where he'd fit.

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Get cousins

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