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How about Beasley to GSW for 7th pick?

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How about Beasley to GSW for 7th pick?

what do you all think of that trade?

GSW get the SF they covet, and Minnesota finally gets the shooter they want in Lamb/Rivers/Waiters


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Why would they make this

Why would they make this trade? Beaz is a free agent, they can sign him to a contract that the Timberwolves will not match..

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Beasley in GSW

I always wanted to see Beasley in an up and down offence like GSW runs. He scored 19 a game and it's hard to deny that he's more talented than anyone they could pick up at 7. The trade works for me, even of MN had to throw in another small piece

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That's a great idea. I think

That's a great idea. I think Minny should throw in the 28th pick in the second round for Steph Curry though.

...good god.

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It does work out for both teams

but if your GS there is no way you take Beasely as long as there is a chance they can turn the 7th pick into Loul Deng.

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No Thanks

As a GSW fan, I am somewhat tempted to click on the "flag as offensive" button. Haha.

Beasley is a trigger happy tweener that shoots too many jumpers and does not run the floor or attack the rim enough for someone with his size and athleticism.

I do give him props for maturing since he was drafted and understanding his role on a basketball team, but he does not fit what the Warriors are looking for.

Warriors would be better off drafting Dion Waiters and sticking out this season (if they can't acquire a bigger name SF) with the 3 SFs that they currently have on the roster (Wright, Rush, Jefferson).

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I don't think Beasley is

I don't think Beasley is worth the seventh pick. It may be worth a try, but I don't think that Beasley is a good fit for the Warriors. They need a slashing wing who can defend, and Beasley is a jump shooting wing who is a poor defender. He has potential as a slasher, but falls in love with his jumper.

Beasley has been in the NBA for 4 years now and has yet to really produce. I know he put up numbers for that bad T-Wolves team of 2011, but he would not put up those numbers for a good team, and the numbers don'y really tell the whole story, as he was inefficient and a poor decision maker.

I think the Warriors would be better served to sit tight and hope somebody slides. If they have even an outside shot of getting MKG (or Barnes or Robinson), they should take it. If not they could just take the best big man available, as they don't have good interior depth, and be happy with that. It wouldn't be a disaster for them to draft Terrence Jones as a third big man. At the worst, they could turn a deal later, if they don't find a better player to trade the pick for now.

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That's a great idea. I think

That's a great idea. I think Minny should throw in the 28th pick in the second round for Steph Curry though.

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There's talks that Minnesota

There's talks that Minnesota might try to unload Beasley for a SECOND round pick. There isn't a chance in hell they'd get a top 10 pick for him unless they were trading with Kahn, but unfortunaely, Kahn is Minnesota's GM. That's what I was getting at in my post. Anybody that actually takes that idea seriously is certifiably insane, or David Kahn.

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Michael Beasley is a

Michael Beasley is a restricted free agent, meaning he CAN NOT be traded until he is signed

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As a Twolves fan...YES...

As a Twolves fan...YES... Never going to happen.. First Beasley is a RFA and second no body would take Beas for the 7th pick.

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Wolves can't trade Beasley as

Wolves can't trade Beasley as a RFA. Please stop with the 100 Beasley trade ideas a day.

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funny

funny

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yes

yes

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Anthony Davis is one of the

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“I’ve been on courts and seen

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As we know, once the Knicks

As we know, once the Knicks relentlessly unleashed Novak on the league, he continued draining threes and giving opposing defenses fits. He finished the 2012-13 campaign averaging a career-high in scoring and led the entire league in three-point percentage (47.2 percent), connecting on 133 of the 282 three-pointers he attempted.]09-0

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From out of the league, to a

From out of the league, to a stint in the D-League, to waiver-wire fodder, to a key contributor on a playoff team, to a lucrative long-term contract… all within eight short months.

Despite his success last season, and his freshly inked multimillion dollar contract, Novak was adamant in declaring his belief that continued success would only result if he approached each practice and each game as if his NBA livelihood was still on the line.Lk';k90900990

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In addition, Novak also

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“I think defenses are going to know my strengths and run me off the three-point line and do that kind of thing,” Novak explained. “This summer, I definitely put an emphasis on being able to put the ball on the floor. One or two dribbles, using my shot fake more; just understanding how defenses are going to play me.p9898097689

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Even though there is

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