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sixers and bulls trade

Sixers get the pg they need and a young good pf.

Bulls get that 20 10 guy they need underneath to help out rose. and a future 2nd pick with cash

http://games.espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=nowcg7


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Yes

As a Sixers fan I would definitely do that trade. I am not a huge Hinrich fan but it gives us a lot more flexibility with the 17th pick. I think the Bulls would definitely pull the trigger.

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I wouldnt have any problems

I wouldnt have any problems with that trade, they would have to focus on picking up a solid post player all off-season though

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Bulls may have to throw in

Bulls may have to throw in the 26th pick but ya that's a pretty sweet trade.

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Tyrus

He really began to develop his jumpshot during the second half of the season and I think he could be a breakout star this season, especially if he gets into an uptempo offense like the Sixdogs have.

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26th pick

If that is involved then I wouldnt even think twice.

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Slight change

What about if the Bulls resigned Gordon and then traded him and Tyrus Thomas instead?

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Thomas's jump shot is a problem. He would rather shoot from 15 feet than play in the paint where he is effective. His tools can't be questioned. He may breakout, but I would do the deal even with the 26th pick

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Reasonable

Is this a possibility for both sides?

Philly Trades:
Lou Williams
EB

Chicago Trades:
Ty Thomas
Ben Gordon (resigned)
26th pick

This might be too indepth so lemme know.

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Mike Miller got more

Mike Miller got more rebounds than Tyrus Thomas last year lol!

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Hubie Brown

I don't know if I could trust Elton Brand's health anymore. It's a big risk that I'm not willing to gamble.

DHamp...the greatest basketball mind in the world. Next to Hubie Brown anyway.

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Thomas

He is 22 and has A LOT of room to improve his game. The rebounding and points totals are a little bit off because he did not get consitent minutes for a good part of the year.

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I am thinking both teams get

I am thinking both teams get what they want in the trade. The sixers get a smart point guard to run the offense and a good young big man that can run. If the sixers were able to get the 26 that would be sick bc then they can take patty mills and with the 17 get mullens if he falls to them a nice able to run the court big man.

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Brand is aging and I

Brand is aging and I wouldn't do it. I'll trade Deng straight up for Brand.

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pass

pass

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NO

Did you see the Plus/Minus on that trade? How does that benefit the Bulls?

Keep Hinrich and trade BG7 to the Nets for Bobby Simmons and #11 (TWILL or DEJUAN BLAIR). That works a whole lot better for everyone.

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Great trade for the sixers -

Great trade for the sixers - but for the bulls. no thanks. they get a guy they already traded away seven or eight years ago, who is coming off season ending surgery, who just signed a huge long term contract. in theory it's a good trade for both teams because it would solve problems, however I just don't see the bulls doing that because of the long term ramifications.

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