Orlando: allows them to get a superstar for an allstar in westbrook and also adds deffensive pressense in ibaka adds a big man who can shoot it harrington who fits perfect in van gundy system. In my eyes the best case scenario for howard trade
Thunder: Get dwight howard as a post pressence with scoring ability also best defensive player in game. adds a pf who could spred the floor and hit spot up jumpers for both durant and howard to pass to off double teams and adds a young pass first point guard who has the spead to run the floor but understands what its like to play with a superstar. also dumps nate robinsons contract as its obvious he doesnt fit what scott brooks is looking for
Nuggets: Get a center to take the spot of nene who clearly will nto be resigning witht he nuggets and adds a scorer off the bench who will fit and play in karls offense taking the role of a jr smith a scorer off the bench who could go for 30 on any night... also solves there point guard problem allowing felton to play his natural position starting pg and moving lawson
win out comes:
Magic: likely not a automatic contender in the east but with howard moving they need best deal for them and a franchise pg and a young defensive pf is a good start and should keep them competetive while the somewhat rebuild
Thunder: Obvious winners adding howard opens things up for durant and limits his doubles ditto for howard playing with durant also by dealing westbrook they will gain a young pass first pg hich as shown is obviously needed with all the westbrook durant drama to me makes them automatic favorite in west
Nuggets: a rebuilding team looking for young talent obviously losing star player nene they get a young center whose proven on defensive which is the new mold in denver and a scoring guard off the bench also leaving jr smith who stated he prolly wouldnt be returning ... also open ups cap room to bring in a bigtime player possibly powerforward david west
sorry heres the trade i didnt do it right
i lovehow i get negative points with no feedback
Its not realistic. Can you name how many superstar bigs in there prime that have ever been traded? It just doesnt happen. If you look at the past 50 years of NBA basketball, what is the key ingredients to winning a title? Having a dominat big man. The Pistons and the Bulls are the only teams in the past 25 years to win without a dominate big man.
Lakers - Abdul-Jabbar, Oneal, Gasol
Rockets - Olajuwon
Celtics - Mchale, Parish
I'm pretty convinced that Howard vetos that trade. Remember, he is only under contract one more year, then he becomes unrestricted free agent. He is not signing up long term in Oklahoma. He will, however, agree to a sign and trade that puts him in L.A., Boston, Chicago, Miami, or New York. A sign and trade gets him the max money because he gets signed by his own team which can offer max money. It also gives him max control because he first approves the trade and then his resigning with the Magic is conditioned on the trade going through. If the Magic don't present him with a deal he likes next year, then he just waits for free agency and negotiates with the various teams which will have cleared cap room to make a run at him. But a sign and trade is easier and it gets Orlando some nice pieces (see what Denver got for Melo, though you don't get to negotiate against Dolan all the time).
You want a trade, how about Bosh for Howard? How about Melo for Howard? How about Bynum or Gasol for Howard? How about Boozer and Noah for Howard? Those are the types of trades that you should be looking at.
i think he wants to win and him getting beside a young team with another superstar which is what he really wants i feel okc is perfect and i believe the magic and nuggets are also better off with trade i put out okc needs a traditional pg and westbrook is not that.