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Blockbuster Trade idea LAL/IND/TOR/SAC

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Blockbuster Trade idea LAL/IND/TOR/SAC

LAL- Granger,& Evens

IND- Thornton,& Fields

TOR- Gasol,& Brooks

SAC- Bargnani,& Kleiza

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


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Fix the link

Fix the link

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The ESPN site is tripping

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If trade was to happen

The lakers starting 5 would look like

D12/ Hill
Granger/ Jamison
Peace/ Clark
Mamba/ Evans
Nash/ Blake

So that would leave, Meeks, Ebanks, Duhon, Morris, Scare.

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Wow

For being a complicated multi way trade this makes more sense than almost everything I've seen on this site. I still feel like Sacramento is getting the short end of the stick. But someone throwing in a draft pick or Lakers putting Jordan Hill (or Duhon) in also could remedy that.

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I don't think Sac Town is

I don't think Sac Town is giving up Aaron Brooks, Tyreke Evans, and Marcus Thornton to just get an overpaid, injured, bad Bargnani, and a benchwarmer.

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Sac

Kings get shorter end of trade be cause would get a draft pick or two like around the mid draft point
The kings would look like

Cousins/ Hayes
Bargnani/ Thompson
Robertson/ Outlaw
Fredette/ Salmons
Thomas/ draft pick

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Sac

Sac has to make a move they suck its time to switch it up I think this helps every one with Bargnani and fredette give them the 3 ball, rebounding by Cousins and Robertson, Hayes, & Thompson. And a up and coming point in Thomas I think a couple of offseason moves they would be fine

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Last time I checked,

Last time I checked, "switching it up" does not mean trading a bunch of your assets for crappy, salary-cap-room-destroying players who won't have room in the rotation. Kings have Robinson, Thompson, Cousins, Hayes. No room for Bargnani. Oh, and no one wants Kleiza, cuz he sucks.

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Draft picks

Always more clear if you said that picks were being traded, but problem is that LA and TOR don't have first rounders this year to trade and I doubt Indy is giving up the best player in the trade and draft picks. Still the basic idea is good, but it would have to be tweaked a little for everyone to go for it.

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IND-SAC

The pacers have a pick and the kings still got the 6th pick overall I think that this trade would make the worse yo make them better they would lose more games after the trade the they could have a better chance at drafting McLemore witch would make them better plus another pick in the later 1st round

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IND-SAC

The pacers have a pick and the kings still got the 6th pick overall I think that this trade would make the worse yo make them better they would lose more games after the trade the they could have a better chance at drafting McLemore witch would make them better plus another pick in the later 1st round

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LAL- Love, & Pekovic BKN-

LAL- Love, & Pekovic

BKN- Howard, & Smith

MIN- Lopez, & Teletovic

ATL- Humphries, & Ebanks

http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine/?tradeId=am9oclp

LAL after trades
Pekovic/ Hill/ Scare
Love/ Jamison
Granger/ MWP
Kobe/ Clark/ Meeks
Nash/ Evans/ Blake/ Duhon/ Morris

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