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Apparently we are looking into Andre Drummond.  Talk is Batum and Monk to Detroit.  Not sure how I feel about that as Drummond has 3 years (like Batum) on his deal for even more.  Plus losing Monk would suck.  Tough one as Drummond is young and productive but strictly a old school center.

Still Kevin Love talk out there but I doubt that happens.

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Rumors that we like  Marc Gasol from Memphis. He would be a better fit than Drummond and wouldn't cost as much

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1 hour ago, Murph said:

Rumors that we like  Marc Gasol from Memphis. He would be a better fit than Drummond and wouldn't cost as much

I hear you as he only has two years on his deal but he is also 33.  Drummond 25.  But still...we basically cut that bad salary and get a productive C for 2 years so it does make sense.

Drummond was an All Star last year.

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4 hours ago, Shocker said:

Apparently we are looking into Andre Drummond.  Talk is Batum and Monk to Detroit.  Not sure how I feel about that as Drummond has 3 years (like Batum) on his deal for even more.  Plus losing Monk would suck.  Tough one as Drummond is young and productive but strictly a old school center.

Still Kevin Love talk out there but I doubt that happens.

if we trade Monk for Drummond I will burn this fuger down to the ground. That would be the dumbest fuging trade in the history of the NBA. Drummond half asses his play and is a terrible center for the modern NBA

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I don't care what Monk has looked like so far, you don't give up on that kind of talent in year 2. And you certainly don't give it up for an immensely overrated center who is vastly overpaid and a terrible fit in the current league. 

 

Ew I can't express how bad this would be

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I don’t like Drummond at all. Dude is a mental midget and capitalized on the fact that he gets to play with an elite #4 in Blake Griffin.

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28 minutes ago, MillionDollarCam said:

I don’t like Drummond at all. Dude is a mental midget and capitalized on the fact that he gets to play with an elite #4 in Blake Griffin.

disagree.. he's been a double-double his entire career and one of the best rim protectors in the league AND played almost ever game - Every Year... Blake didn't get there til midseason last year..

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2 hours ago, YoungPanthers89 said:

If you can trade Batum for Drummond you do it, throw in somebody like Reggie Bullock.

This ×10000 isnt ideal for todays NBA.  But he is solid

Batum on the other hand is wasted space.

 

 

Get a taller shooter like Bullock and a Solid Center

Without giving up picks

Dumping Batums contract is a fugging Huge win

 

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5 hours ago, ncfan said:

This ×10000 isnt ideal for todays NBA.  But he is solid

Batum on the other hand is wasted space.

 

 

Get a taller shooter like Bullock and a Solid Center

Without giving up picks

Dumping Batums contract is a fugging Huge win

 

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I’d want Bruce Brown as well if we are giving up Monk, I’d throw in Frank’s expiring to even things out.

PG: Walker, Parker, Graham

SG: Lamb, Brown, Bacon

SF: Bullock, Bridges

PF: Williams, MKG

C: Drummond, Zeller, Biz, Hernangomez

TW: Chealey, Macura

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17 hours ago, SOJA said:

I don't care what Monk has looked like so far, you don't give up on that kind of talent in year 2. And you certainly don't give it up for an immensely overrated center who is vastly overpaid and a terrible fit in the current league. 

 

Ew I can't express how bad this would be

I’d trade him for bullock...quickly

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Hornets have shown interest in the Grizzlies Garrett Temple and JaMychal Green.

Not sure what the ask would be but I wouldn’t be inclined to give up more than MKG, Frank, and a 2nd. Both Green and Temple are free agents and neither would be back with the Hornets the following year due to finances so there’s no shot a first round pick would be involved.

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26 minutes ago, MillionDollarCam said:

Hornets have shown interest in the Grizzlies Garrett Temple and JaMychal Green.

Not sure what the ask would be but I wouldn’t be inclined to give up more than MKG, Frank, and a 2nd. Both Green and Temple are free agents and neither would be back with the Hornets the following year due to finances so there’s no shot a first round pick would be involved.

Lol that is supposed to do what for the team?

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7 hours ago, OldNorthPowell said:

Lol that is supposed to do what for the team?

Hell if I know, just reporting the chatter that is out there.

I actually like Green better than MKG but I find Temple to be useless.

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