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Question? Dwight to Cleveland

Trade idea: Dwight for Varejao, Walton, 4th and 24th pick and second rounders

What you guys think. Dwight gets to play with Kyrie. Orlando start over with 3 first round picks.


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I think you should stop

I think you should stop drinking... insane.

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insane for who

insane for who. Dwight dont wanna be in Orlando. the only thing is if he would resign with Cleveland. Likelyhood of that unknown. Orlando will lose Howard at the end of next season anyway and if they do trade him for a couple of good players they still wont be anywhere near competing for championship. So why not try to get some good draft picks

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insane for everybody : -

insane for everybody :

- Howard will NEVER extend his contract if it means living in cleveland (where were you the last 2 years ?). He wants to play for a big market AND a contender. Cleveland is not a big market and not a serious contender.

- Cleveland has been LeBroned... they won't take the risk to be Howarded... No team will take the risk to trade for Howard if they can't be sure he will extend his contract.

- Walton is an awfull contract, Varejao is not a man you can build around and has a big contract Orlando won't want to take back if they want to re build... pick 4 and 24 ?... I think they could get more : portland would be a better try... but Howard should refuse to be exetended there.

NO WAY. The issue is not what Orlando can get but what Howard will allow them to get...

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fine

fine

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No

Check out my trade

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insane for everybody :

insane for everybody :

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