no way thats gonna to happen. sac-town is worser than t-dot. so i dont think bosh would agree to go their.
About use some facts or thought .. let alone give up Kmartin, Thompson alone for Bosh.. lose a 24.5 point scoring guard a 12/7 rookie PF .. for Bosh for one season ... FFS what a dumb idea..
And do the Math ... salaries don't match .. do some homework before you post.
I know for a fact that sacramento would reject that offer in a heart beat, K-mart is a player who has improved every year of his career and is only getting better, JT is a possible 20/10 guy in a couple years and K-9 is gone after this year anyway. no reason to trade for a guy who will leave at the end of the season anyway
They're not trading Martin for Bosh - what is the point of that (as others already noted)? Also, Thomas isn't going anywhere until midseason, if at all, when his expiring contract can possibly net the Kings a good young player.
1st of all bosh has made more all star games than martin ever will.
its a lot harder to get a scoring all around power foward than a 6'6 guy who can shoot
bosh makes 14 million
banks makes 4 million
martin makes 9 million
thomas makes 8 million
thompson makes 2 million
If u get the #9 pick from toronto u can get Rubio at #4 and get derozan at #9
go with harden at #4 and get flynn at #9
are your starters next year. looks better than anything u can come up with!!!!!!
Great, we get Bosh for one year & then he's gone. It doesn't matter what the roster looks like next year since we're not winning a title - it's much more important what the long-term lineup is going to look like. We're going to get a PG anyway, so in the end it would be like trading Martin & Thompson for either DeRozan or Harden and Banks. Pretty awful when you look at it that way.
Again, I'm not saying don't trade Martin, because what you say is true about the 2 spot being easy to fill, but it would have to be a pretty special deal for the Kings to budge. This trade isn't even close - we would lose Bosh next year and Martin & Thompson are both good young players the Kings would be nuts to give up on in a trade like this.
They need to add at least a couple contributors in this & next year's draft before looking at bringing in veteran help like Bosh.
The only way the Kings would be able to keep Bosh would be with a max contract, and I don't think he is worth it. Also, the Kings are more then happy to rebuild slowly because they want to save money until they can build a new arena. Martin is a very affordable 10 mill per. I say no deal.
I think Bosh could Sacramento and i think this a excellent trade for both teams..heres why
Toronto- With Martin and Thompson coming in next to Calderon and Bargnani you have a young core and could be a team who can grow together and keep everyone under contract long enough to develop a playoff run in the East.
Sacramento- With Bosh and the 9th pick coming in, You have a Franchise player inside and two new players. I think at 4 you add James Harden. He could somewhat replace Martin and give you a young player who likes to do everything. At 9, you can add a PG. Jennings, Flynn, Teague or Even Holiday is a good pick.
i knew for a fact bosh would resign after the season, if he would id be all for this trade to go down. Kev-Mart my boy but we gotta win. but bosh would deff need to resign 100percent
agreed. I would bring him in 1st before making the deal and ask him to resign for 5 years/ 70 mil...or something like that.
that's the problem. 5 year 70 mill would be taking a pay cut and is far from the max. He might accept that to play with LeBron or something, but I serioulsy doubt he would accept a pay cut to play with the Kings. He would probably want more like 5 years 90 million, which I just don't think would be good for the Kings. Bosh has proven himself to me to be a second best player ala Pau Gasol. I do not think Bosh is a franchise player who can carry a team. If he could'nt do it in Toronto, what makes you think he could do it in Sac where their best player would be Spencer Hawes.
It's not a real bad trade, but I spend a lot of time in Sac, and I can tell you they are not interested in spending a lot of money right now.