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nate robinson

ive been hearing alot of talk that the kings want to sign nate robinson. good fit bad fit? the problem here to me seems that the kings have many pg/sg type of players. no real point guards. kevin martin cisco mccants. maybe another one if we pick tyreke evans and robinson would be another one of those. beno is the only point guard and he sux. but with that said i still think they should pursue him. he is fun to watch and plays the game with high intensity. and being from washington im sure he'd love to come back to the west coast. wadda you think?

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nasty nate

i think in a traditional system nate is more suited for a bench role. come in and play around 25-30 minutes at the one and the two score 15 or so points and hike some 3s. we have no need for a score first pg. the publicity for the dunk contest would be nice but i would look elsewhere. i say that we should see what milwaukee would take in return or sessions or ridnour. both pass first points who play solid defense

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so wrong

nate is nothing but a higher flyer. He is overrated because of his all star dunk exposure. the best person I tnik to pick up as a Point guard is probably an easy one to trade for and he is reliable. that is Chris Duhon. He is cheap and just developed after 4th year of pro. Most player will show their talent after the 4th year. He should be the PG the kings should trade for out of all the PG's. He is also on the bench for the knicks-last time i saw them play. He is alot better than BENO and GARCIA. I would trade both of them for CHRIS Duhon 12pts ppg 7.2 assist ppg. His assit to turnover ratio is better than anyone in the kings.

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i agree

i do not want nate robinson to be a king, we need a distributive pg.

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I'd rather have Lee than

I'd rather have Lee than Robinson. Trade the 4th pick and Thompson and Garcia and our 2nd round pick for a sign-and-trade for Lee and Robinson and the Knicks 8th pick and take Holiday or Curry at 8. This would give the rotation

S Curry/N Robinson
K Martin/McCants/Robinson
K Martin
Lee/Diogu
Hawes/Lee

Haha this sounds crazy. it would be nice though.

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but that means

that we would have to bring mccants back to a decent contract, and sign dlee to a long term high money and a high money deal to nate....id rather stick it out with the young core we have and let mccants walk and use the 4th pick to add another piece.

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