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Trade Idea

First to all, sorry for my English, I'm from Chile, in South America. Second, this is my idea.. it is alomoust imposible but I like it a lot. And third I'm a Wolves fan...

Ok, so here is the deal... we all know that Rusell Westbrook and K Love are really good friends, and they were team mates in UCLA and In the USA Team.. and they say that they'll love to play togheter.. so here is the solution...

The Wolves can send K. Love to the Thunders and the thinders send Serge Ibaka and James Harden.

http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=3kfpn3t

I think it is realy good for both teams, first the wolves.. with harden the wolves find a starting SG that is much better than Wes and Wayne elligton... Serge Ibaka can replace Kevin Love in the starting pf position.. if not.. we have to remember that the wolves with the second pick can select Derrick williams or Kanter, any of this guys can play in the PF position... So the wolves rotation can be like this

PG: Ridnaur/Flynn/Rubio?
SG: Harden/ Webster/ Wes/ Elligton
SF: B easy/ Wes/ Williams?
PF: Ibaka, A. Randolph/ Williams? Kanter?
C: Milicic/ Petkovic / Kanter?

A solid starting line up, and I'm sure that Harden can put 20+ points a night.

Ok now for the thunder they could hace their own "Big 3" With love, Westbrook and Durant.. add perkins and sefolosha.. it is a really really nice starting 5...

That's my idea.. thanks for reading and once again.. sorry for my english


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Great trade for the thunder.

but cmon man, harden is a potential star and ibaka is a great complimentary player, but you are trading the best rebounder in the league, a premier power foward that is a solid building block, you should look for pieces to build around love and not to trade him.

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As a T-Wolves fan, I love it.

As a T-Wolves fan, I love it.

I have a hard time seeing the Thunder give up Ibaka and Harden for Love though. Especially with the way both are gradually developing. Maybe they would do it if Love played some D, but his D has been lacking and giving up Ibaka and Harden for a guy who is pretty much a 1 sided player is a risk.

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No

not good for the Thunder. They don't need to trade anybody, they just need experience.

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one sided

One sided trade when you have Love going for Ibaka and Harden. If Kahn wanted to trade Love, he will never be more valuable than he is right now and could sure do a lot better than just those two.

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Aldrich

Maybe the Thunder could also throw in Aldrich. He is from around the Minneapolis area, so the Twolves would probably love to bring in a local high school kid to play for their team. As a t'wolves fan I would much rather have Harden than Love because we have more depth at the forward and could see what Randolph can do with extended playing time. He did pretty well at the end of this season. It would be a nice trade, but probably not going to happen as I see the Thunder standing pat and adding smaller pieces.

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Aldrich

Maybe the Thunder could also throw in Aldrich. He is from around the Minneapolis area, so the Twolves would probably love to bring in a local high school kid to play for their team. As a t'wolves fan I would much rather have Harden than Love because we have more depth at the forward and could see what Randolph can do with extended playing time. He did pretty well at the end of this season. It would be a nice trade, but probably not going to happen as I see the Thunder standing pat and adding smaller pieces.

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Aldrich

Maybe the Thunder could also throw in Aldrich. He is from around the Minneapolis area, so the Twolves would probably love to bring in a local high school kid to play for their team. As a t'wolves fan I would much rather have Harden than Love because we have more depth at the forward and could see what Randolph can do with extended playing time. He did pretty well at the end of this season. It would be a nice trade, but probably not going to happen as I see the Thunder standing pat and adding smaller pieces.

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I think it's a good idea but

I think it's a good idea but my gut tells me it just won't happen

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Nice idea but...

I'm ok with the idea of that trade but first as Kinguy11 says it will not happen and secondly the Thunder will not trade Harden and likely not Ibaka after what they're doing. Good idea but it will not be concrete.

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I agree with everyone here

I agree with everyone here with it being one sided and that Kevin Love's value is sky high right now that maybe they could get better/Harden and Ibaka are just starting to get it all together and could be great. I just have one question for you...

Why are you a Twolves fan from Chile?? I'm pretty sure about 25 college teams will be better than them next year..

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Would much rather have Ibaka

Would much rather have Ibaka on the Thunder than Love. Harden AND Ibaka is crazy.

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wow! you guys overrate Kevin

wow! you guys overrate Kevin Love like crazy, first of all need to prove he can win games and be a winning player, Serge Ibaka and James Harden for him? demn! it's more than twice of his value!

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