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Re Building the Nuggets

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Re Building the Nuggets

Untouchable- Ty Lawson and Arron Afflalo

Billups and Andersen to Charlotte for Augustine, Thomas and Diop

Bobcats

Billups/Jackson/Wallace/Diaw/Andersen

Martin to Golden State for Monta Ellis

GSW

Lin/Curry/Wright/Lee/Biedrins

Smith and Nene to Minnesota for Beasley and Brewer

T'Wolves

Flynn/Smith/Johnson/Love/Nene

Anthony to Clippers for Aminu, Kaman, 2 1st and 2 2nd

Clippers

Davis/Gordon/Anthony/Griffin/Jordan

Nuggets

Lawson/Afflalo/Beasley/Thomas/Kaman

Augustine/Ellis/Aminu/Brewer/Diop

2 1st plus 2 2nd and their 1st and 2nd

any thoughts


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Afflalo?

Why is Aaron Afflalo untouchable? He's been in the league 3 years, his career high is 8.8 ppg, he's a good defender but he doesn't do much of anything else. That doesn't exactly scream "untouchable" to me.

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Think of OKC

Sefolosha is their Defensive Stopper every team needs one and he is very coachable

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Yes, Sefolosha is a great

Yes, Sefolosha is a great defensive player and every team needs one, but let's not forget Sefolosha is 6-7 and very athletic and can guard multiple positions and frustrate with his length, where Afflalo is 6-5 and an average athlete at best...I don't wanna put too much of an emphasis on physical gifts here, but he's not a big time man-to-man defender. Good, admittedly, but not good enough to be deemed untouchable.

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Hah the day the golden state

Hah the day the golden state warriors trade monta 1 for 1 for kenyon i will renounce the nba as a sport!!!!!!

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