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Ind-Cha trade

http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=av9r3o3 why? Indiana needs extra playmaking bad as Augustine has been a bust so why not bring in a proven starter Ramon Sessions to be their sixth man and an extra playmaker(a role he thrived in before). Charlotte gets some much needed frontcourt depth and they also get Heart and hustle that is much needed for this young team, Hansbrough also is a North Carolina legend so tickets sales will go up. Indiana throws in their first round pick unprotected and this deal is a wrap.


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I like

I really like Sessions, and was surprised Indy didnt pursue him in the off-season. I can see this deal being done (not sure about the unprotected pick though).

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No

This trade wouldn't work if you threw in that pick. The Bobcats wouldn't do it, especiallly with them being in rebuilding mode. Without the pick, they might do it, but it'd be such an insignificant trade that it would hardly make a difference.

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Indiana's Pick

It's Indiana's pick being thrown in, perhaps you read it wrong?

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My bad

In that case, Indiana would not do this just to get a backup Point Guard

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Charlotte is rebuilding so

Charlotte is rebuilding so why wouldn't they want anther draft pick?

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because Michael Jordan drafts

because Michael Jordan drafts for them

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False he doesn't anymore, Cho

False he doesn't anymore, Cho is the HNIC

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I could see this being

I could see this being beneficial for both sides. Sessions has scored in double figures 17 of his last 20 games and only played more than 30 minutes 3 times. He has a 18.9 PER and I haven't seen many (only 3 or 4) Bobcat games this year but that sounds like a lot of production that could be used for a team in playoff consideration.

I like the pick because it would be in 20-25 range which won't get you that much help usually anyway.

The problem is Hansbrough is a good guy to bring off the bench in the playoffs and can post up if when Miami plays small ball or match the Bulls intensity. He goes hard, remember Granger being fake tough last years playoffs, Tyler is tough and people hate playing against relentless guys. Plus he is set for free agency this year and Charlotte would be smart to pick him up. He would fit well with Biyombo's length and Mullen's 3 point chucking. Him, MKG and McLemore/Noel would head the all-hustle-hard sqaud next year.

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Indiana would rather

have the cap room next year than a reserve point guard. If they could get rid of Gerald Green instead of Tyler and no picks, they would jump on it.

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