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MichaelNewtonII

Please Bring in Bosh

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Im sorry but to all those who told me in the previous bosh thread, that he isnt worth a shot and he cant play like he did in to toronto... I told you so. Look at how good he is when not playing 3rd fiddle

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Boy you sure called it! You should be in a front office somewhere.

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This is the BWood alt right?

 

No just some kid.

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Only if we can trade Al Jeff for him, he would hurt Zeller's minutes at PF moving forward.

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Trade Jefferson for Bosh...

 

Why on earth would you do this?

 

First off Bosh isn't a center, I don't care where Miami plays him; he's not a center. Secondly, we lose nearly all of our rebounding if you trade Jefferson. Finally, the trade is a lateral move at best (an that is being generous). Lateral moves don't get you wins, you have to try to get the better of teams in trades (i.e. getting two firsts for Gerald Wallace, Ben Gordon and a first for Maggette. etc...)

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I still say we should sign LeBron, I think he's pretty good.

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Trade Jefferson for Bosh...

 

Why on earth would you do this?

 

First off Bosh isn't a center, I don't care where Miami plays him; he's not a center. Secondly, we lose nearly all of our rebounding if you trade Jefferson. Finally, the trade is a lateral move at best (an that is being generous). Lateral moves don't get you wins, you have to try to get the better of teams in trades (i.e. getting two firsts for Gerald Wallace, Ben Gordon and a first for Maggette. etc...)

 

I was not saying that I would do the trade just that I don't see any other way to bring him in without steppping on our young players toes.

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