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THE KNICKS SHOULD SIGN AND TRADE D. LEE TO TORONTO

Richmillion
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THE KNICKS SHOULD SIGN AND TRADE D. LEE TO TORONTO

The Knicks should sign and trade David Lee to Toronto for Chris Bosh and his 2010 expiring contract. It would make sense for both teams. First off, Toronto is going to lose a good player in Chris Bosh to free agency. In at which time the knicks would be a strong possible team that he would sign with that year. So him becoming a Knick might just be a matter of time. So if Toronto doesn't want to lose Bosh and get nothing in return. Then why not trade him for a proven work horse in David Lee who can put up a strong double double proformance everynight. Second this helps the knicks by adding a player that makes them better and has a contract that expires by 2010. Leaving the knicks enough money to sign 2 all-star free agents. Hopefully L. James being one of them. At the same time it gives the ability to resign Bosh without affecting there 2010 money to sign the other 2 free agents. Which there will be alot of good free agents that year. In turn this move gives the knicks 3 good players and chance at an NBA Title. If toronto needs more added to this deal. Im sure the knicks wouldnt have any problems throwing in a young 7 ' foot center in Eddy Curry who has something to prove and alot of potential.


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We would have to re-sign

We would have to re-sign Bosh before any other free agents in 2010. So that would negate from the money we can use on the market. We would only be able to get one more big name.

Amare is better.

Toronto would want more for Bosh even though what you said about getting something instead of nothing is true.

We could get a 2010 draft pick for Lee so I'd rather do that than trade for Bosh when we can just sign him.

Curry wont accept a buyout and the only team that could possibly want Curry is Miami.(Dont even think about a trade for Wade)

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