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jimmy3tymes
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Bucks/Bobcats/Kings

Which team is the winner? And which team is the loser?


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Personally I feel the Bucks

Personally I feel the Bucks perhaps come out on top but mo real losers.

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Have to wait until end of the night,

Sacramento doesn't make sense. They may be making more moves.

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Jacksons not happy

Ric Bucher just reported that Stephen Jackson is not happy about being traded to Milwaukee. With that said, if the Bucks cant convince him its a good situation or package him somewhere else they may be the losers of this trade.

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this trade demolished my mock

this trade demolished my mock and my heart :(

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Bucks shed Salmons and

Bucks shed Salmons and Maggette contracts, get Jackson an upgrade over Salmons as long as hes willing to play and doesnt explode on Skiles and a backup point to Jennings. Theyre not done making moves though they have 4 point guards now.

Losers are Kings, Add an extra year with Salmons and already have Evans and Thornton at SG and move DOWN in the draft???? i dont get it but Im happy with MIL getting rid of Salmons.

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i think Sacramento, to

i think Sacramento, to replace Beno with Salmons who has much better value and only to move down 3 spots, great deal!

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bucks definately come out on

bucks definately come out on top... theyll probably still be able to draft klay thompson while still getting jackson for salmons

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with this trade

I dont understand what geoff was thinking hes normally one of the best and most solid minds in the business.

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Id say bobcats

They Keep number 9 and gain number 7 They stand a chance to get two decent players to build around. Sad to see livingston.

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Honestly I dont think any

Honestly I dont think any team lost. The Bucks desperately needed a player who could score on his own & Jackson brings that. They also get a good backup PG in Udrih. The Bobcats get younger again & draft the two players they really covet in T Thompson & most likely Bismack. The Kings get their SF & are still able to draft the player they've been wanting in Jimmer. Fair trade, all around.

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Bucks

They are definitely the winners. They get rid of overpaid Cory Maggette. Then they get rid of inconsistent an also overpaid John Salmons. Then to top it off get Stephen Jax who can still ball and move back in the draft to 19. To still get good player. Only thing messed up is there crowded at PG.

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Great moves for Bobcats and

Great moves for Bobcats and Bucks. Not entirely sure what the purpose was for Sacto.

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bad trade for the kings

bad trade for the kings especially if brandon knight drops at #7

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