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Michael Redd

Since the Bucks are in an obvious rebuilding mode, what are the chances they will trade their franchise player, Michael Redd, to a contender for draft picks/young talent? Maybe to New Orleans?


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No chance right now...he's

No chance right now...he's coming off a ACL tear...if he average 20ppg this year...maybe he gets traded.

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New Orleans would be a

New Orleans would be a PERFECT team for Michael Redd, and I see the Bucks getting him for someone like Chandler,Julian Wright or James Posey and a 1st rounder

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Not a bad move but Dallas

Not a bad move but Dallas should trade Howard for Redd right now. Dallas has enough depth so that Redd will not play too much. The could sign Marquiel Daniels on the cheap and trade for Howard and have a decent team.

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I don't like that trade for bucks. If the bucks are gonna dump their best player, they are gona do it to get younger or save money. Chandler is injury prone and has a bad contract and posey is overpaid with a longterm deal. I don't think that trade makes them youger, better, or saves them any money. One of the reason they dumped Jefferson is so they caould give Alexander and mbah a moute a chance to play sf, so posey would just get in the way.

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haha that would be funny

haha that would be funny seeing daniels and howard reunited again in milwaukee. i think they would both hate it there though.

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Thats the exact trade I was thinking. New Orleans is right now a first round knockout team and they would be a great shooting team with the addtion of Redd to go with Stojakovic, West, Paul and probably Hilton Armstrong starting. The only problems New Orleans would still have are lack of depth and lack of a decent center but a Redd trade would help them contend and build for the future. They would have a deadly starting lineup that could play alot of small ball.

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Yea I forgot about Alexander and Mbah a Moute, they would need a 2-guard after that trade..maybe they should have a 3 team in the equation

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I think the bucks

would like to get rid of Redd, but they would probably want expiring deals like what they got for Jefferson.

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If they do trade him they

If they do trade him they will want to get a lot in return, especially with youth and picks. I would say it would end up being something like Redd for Derozan, another player and 1st rounder or something similar. I AM NOT SAYING THE RAPTORS WILL GET HIM but that is an example of the kind of price I would expect Milwaukee to ask for.

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yupyup... not happening

Why would Bryan Colangelo do such a trade???
He just organized the huge 4 team, which completely rebuilt the Raptors bench, and supporting staff.
Plus DeRozan has great potential, and the Raptors organization love him, especially with the idea of having Turkoglu, Bargnani, and Calderon all signed with the team for the next 4+ years. AND Redd is coming off an injury, and is coming towards the end of his best days.

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Thank you for not reading my post. I said I don't think he will go to Toronto but that would be an example of a deal that Milwaukee would want. Honestly, read the post before making a comment about it.

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Why would u want Redd??

Why would u want Redd?? i can only see maybe 2 or 3 at MOST that would be interested in primarily a spot up shooter with little to no defensive ability who is highly overpaid... the cavs if they could get rid of big z.... new york b/c they don't care about defence.

there is a reason why the bucks have been a terrible team for a number of years now.... like a few of u have mentioned m. redd is there "go to guy" which is an absolute shame!

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michael redd= not a

michael redd= not a difference maker

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Michael Redd is an absolute

Michael Redd is an absolute diffrence maker when healthy he is a career 20ppg scorer and he is a perfect 2 or 3 option for a championship team... I do believe he is overpaid and his defensive leaves alot to be desired but how many career 20ppg scorers are there in the NBA???? He still has 2 or 3 good years ahead of him IF (big if) he can stay healthy...

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