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Possible trade

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I really doubt T-Will would be there at #16, his stock is on the rise. The talent in this draft really becomes scarce after you get past the lottery picks so I'll pass on this idea.

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heard another trade involving the Sixers for Dalembert.

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heard another trade involving the Sixers for Dalembert.
I am not a fan of the idea of trading for Dalembert, but the way we've been willing to deal in the past I do think there will be some moves on draft night.

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no to the bulls trade.

i like the dalembert trade. (if its nazr an radmanovic for him) we lose a shooter, but we get anothr doo big man who can rebound an block shots. Diaw can play SF for spells when gerald needs a break.

Felton, Augustine, singeltary

bell, (hopefully G. Henderson. or T. williams.)

wallace, diaw, C. martin

diaw, dalembert, ajinca

okafor, diop, ajinca

my ideal would be some type of trade like our 1st for a player like jamal crawford (who has been told by his team to opt out of his current contract) he would be a big SG who can score an defend and is willing to take the game winner, he is around 30 yrs olds but adds good experience and is a humble player who has come off the bench for many teams.

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Dalembert is a Center..

Felton, Augustine, singeltary

bell, T.Will, Ellington

wallace, diaw

diaw, okafor, ajinca

dalembert/okafor, diop

would Okafor come off the bench.. would dalembert? Felton and Wallace would have to come up with some major points, night in night out..

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It would be possible for Both Dal and Okafor to get 33 mins a game, if that's the case both of them are 14 & 10 guys. Diaw averaged 15 points after he was traded here. Wallace is capable of averaging 18 - 20 points a game. Bell and Henderson could get 15 - 20 together. Felton and Augustine are capable of 25 - 30 points combined.

As a group, that group should be able to score 100 Pts a night, and with the defense they play that should be enough to get them to around 45 wins.

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Your all wrong it will look like this, hopefully.

PG- Felton, Augustin, Singletary

SG- Bell, Henderson, Christmas

SF- Wallace, Martin, Adrien

PF- Diaw, Howard, Ajinca

C- Okafor, Dalembert, Diop

PG/SG/SF- Dontell Jefferson

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If you get the 16 and 26, then you can take James Johnson with the 16 and possibly dump Nazr with the 26. You still have a hole at SG, but that can be taken care of in another manner.

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Or we could keep our picks and grab Henderson at the 12th, Jeff Adrien at the 40th pick and Dionte Christmas at the 54th pick which would be an excellent draft.

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