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Trade Winners

Here are my trade winners for this year

Clippers/Cavaliers= Clippers. They need to get Baron away from Griffin. Plus they get a All Star Pg and a nice SF in Moon.

Boston/Thunder=Boston. Yeah they lost a big man but getting Green helps them play a quicker style and he can help there team in the long run. He could be the 2nd coming of James Posey.

Rockets/Suns=Suns. The suns got a crazy steal if u ask me and if they trade Nash this team could be in the playoff run.

Rockets/Grizzlies=Rockets. I really liked Yao but its time for Houston to give up on him. They get a really good Center I mean he was the 2nd overall pick for a reason. I could see him avg. 2.5 blocks with this team.

Utah/Nets=Nets. I can't really answer this now. If Deron signs with the Nets then they got the better end of the trade but if not Utah is the winner.

Hornets/Kings=Kings. Why did the Hornets do this they have Emeka and West. Thorton is one the most underrated players in the nba. I give props to the Kings GM.

Nuggets/Knicks=Tie. I just dont see Amare and Melo working together cause if you watch the games Amare isnt getting the ball from Melo at all. Het gets his points from rebounds. Nuggets got crazy talent with them now. I think they could be a young Spurs like team. No superstar but very good players.

Bobcats/Trail Blazers=I CANT ANSWER. I'm pissed I love Gerald Wallace like I can't explain how much i loved this guy. He was my favorite player he was are franchise soul but im not the GM. But at least we got 2 draft picks :(


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You are crazy if you think

You are crazy if you think the Rockets won that deal. Thabeet is awful. I have watched him just as much as anyone and he has no clue what he is doing. How can you even say they got a good center. He has done nothing good.

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Yea but who did the Nuggets

Yea but who did the Nuggets REALLY get??? A pg which they already have, a SF who is a FA and is probably gone, another SF could be good not great, two centers who are just big bodies, and some late round picks sounds very mediocre to me

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Clips/Cavs=tie. Clippers need

Clips/Cavs=tie. Clippers need to get rid of Davis whatever way possible. This used to be considered impossible to do because no one wanted his contract. Clippers just did, they may have just lost their draft pick but they didn't really need it especially with the way they are playing now and with a weak draft class. They still have a pretty high pick in 2012 with the Wolves pick so they should be fine. Cavs get two lottery picks which they really need because they need they can get.

Celts/Thunder=tie. Boston gets younger prepares for the future when Pierce leaves for retirement. They do give up Perkins but they do have Jermaine Oneal and Shaq so they should be fine without Perkins come playoff time. Thunder get their Center that they desperately need and now Ibaka can finally start something that should have happened before even when Krstic was there.

Rockets/Suns= Suns, prepare for the future when Nash retires. Nash aint leaving. He will retire a Sun. But the Suns do get someone who can help them succeed for when that does happen.

Rockets/Grizzlies= tie. Grizzlies get immediate help for the injury to Gay. Battier should help there and when Gay returns, Battier can prove useful as a veteran who can help reach the Playoffs and do well. The Rockets get a big man that can potentially replace Yao. The Rockets have a history of developing great big man, ala Yao and Hakeem Olajawon. They can turn something special out of Thabeet.

Jazz/Nets= Jazz. Dwill might stay but I don't think so. If the Nets really want him to stay then they will need to get another legitimate starter and then its a different story but the real winner here is the Jazz. They may have given up a star but they got some big value in return. Dwill was gonna leave anyway and this is probably the best deal the Jazz could have gotten for him. With Favors high untapped potential, the Jazz's history of developing good bigman (Karl Malone) and the help of current bigman (Big AL and Millsap) Harris can definitely replace Dwill. He did so in Dallas when he replaced Nash, He did it again in Jersey when he replaced Kidd, he can certainly do it in Utah. He was an allstar a couple years ago, he can do it again. And the Jazz get 2 picks this year both of which could be lottery picks. 1 definitely will be, the other depends how the Jazz do the rest of the season. This year's draft is full of role players well that is just what the Jazz need. They also get a lottery pick in the 2012 draft which is Chuck Full of Stars. They got something special, now they just need to not waste these draft picks like they did with their pick in 2010 with Hayward. (Drafting Jimmer would do exactly that. Go with Terrance Jones. Please do not draft Jimmer)

Hornets/Kings=Kings, you hit it right on the bell. This trade still puzzles me from the Hornets perspective. But the Kings get someone that can replace Tyreke while he is out with injury and when he comes back, Thornton can be a great 6th man.

Nuggets/Knicks=tie. Although I really wish the Nuggets would start Felton. And the knicks I'm not quite sure they really needed Melo. They were fine without him and now with him, they just lost to the Cavs! Did you really need Melo?

Bobcats/Blazers=Blazers. I don't understand why the Bobcats did this. Yeah they get the picks but if you ask me they should have requested that the Blazers include Batum. He could have replaced Wallace, and Diaw isn't gonna help to much, and it just doesn't make sence from the Bobcats perspective. But the Blazers they get someone to help lighten the load of Aldridge and he can help the Blazers in the future. If Roy comes back healthy this team is gonna be scary good.

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Clips/Cavs=tie. Clippers need

Clips/Cavs=tie. Clippers need to get rid of Davis whatever way possible. This used to be considered impossible to do because no one wanted his contract. Clippers just did, they may have just lost their draft pick but they didn't really need it especially with the way they are playing now and with a weak draft class. They still have a pretty high pick in 2012 with the Wolves pick so they should be fine. Cavs get two lottery picks which they really need because they need they can get.

Celts/Thunder=tie. Boston gets younger prepares for the future when Pierce leaves for retirement. They do give up Perkins but they do have Jermaine Oneal and Shaq so they should be fine without Perkins come playoff time. Thunder get their Center that they desperately need and now Ibaka can finally start something that should have happened before even when Krstic was there.

Rockets/Suns= Suns, prepare for the future when Nash retires. Nash aint leaving. He will retire a Sun. But the Suns do get someone who can help them succeed for when that does happen.

Rockets/Grizzlies= tie. Grizzlies get immediate help for the injury to Gay. Battier should help there and when Gay returns, Battier can prove useful as a veteran who can help reach the Playoffs and do well. The Rockets get a big man that can potentially replace Yao. The Rockets have a history of developing great big man, ala Yao and Hakeem Olajawon. They can turn something special out of Thabeet.

Jazz/Nets= Jazz. Dwill might stay but I don't think so. If the Nets really want him to stay then they will need to get another legitimate starter and then its a different story but the real winner here is the Jazz. They may have given up a star but they got some big value in return. Dwill was gonna leave anyway and this is probably the best deal the Jazz could have gotten for him. With Favors high untapped potential, the Jazz's history of developing good bigman (Karl Malone) and the help of current bigman (Big AL and Millsap) Harris can definitely replace Dwill. He did so in Dallas when he replaced Nash, He did it again in Jersey when he replaced Kidd, he can certainly do it in Utah. He was an allstar a couple years ago, he can do it again. And the Jazz get 2 picks this year both of which could be lottery picks. 1 definitely will be, the other depends how the Jazz do the rest of the season. This year's draft is full of role players well that is just what the Jazz need. They also get a lottery pick in the 2012 draft which is Chuck Full of Stars. They got something special, now they just need to not waste these draft picks like they did with their pick in 2010 with Hayward. (Drafting Jimmer would do exactly that. Go with Terrance Jones. Please do not draft Jimmer)

Hornets/Kings=Kings, you hit it right on the bell. This trade still puzzles me from the Hornets perspective. But the Kings get someone that can replace Tyreke while he is out with injury and when he comes back, Thornton can be a great 6th man.

Nuggets/Knicks=tie. Although I really wish the Nuggets would start Felton. And the knicks I'm not quite sure they really needed Melo. They were fine without him and now with him, they just lost to the Cavs! Did you really need Melo?

Bobcats/Blazers=Blazers. I don't understand why the Bobcats did this. Yeah they get the picks but if you ask me they should have requested that the Blazers include Batum. He could have replaced Wallace, and Diaw isn't gonna help to much, and it just doesn't make sence from the Bobcats perspective. But the Blazers they get someone to help lighten the load of Aldridge and he can help the Blazers in the future. If Roy comes back healthy this team is gonna be scary good.

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Clips/Cavs - The Cavs won

Clips/Cavs - The Cavs won this trade. Regardless of what Baron does they got another top 10 pick in this draft. Mo Williams isn't as good of a passer and his forte(shooting) is horrible this year as his FG% is like 39%.

Celts/Thunder- The Thunder in my mind won this trade. They don't play fast so Perkins fits in well. I just hope he resigns with OKC. Jeff Green is a good player but I believe OKC addressed what they really needed better than Boston. I don't think it hurts Boston's chances of winning a championship but the reason OKC wins the trade is because now I believe they are a legit contender and they weren't before the trade.

Rockets/Grizzlies - Rockets won this trade. They got the 2nd pick from last years draft PLUS another 1st round pick for Shane Battier. When has that ever happened? A 2nd pick and a first round pick for a good role player. And Battier is expiring, so it is a rental unless he resigns. Even if Thabeet does nothing it makes the trade a tie because a pick for Battier would have been fair, Rockets just happened to get a huge bigman with GREAT defensive potential.

Jazz/Nets- Nets got the best player, they won. Just hope he resigns of Jazz could be winners in 2 years.

Hornets/Kings- Hornets win. Thornton is a scoring 6th man. They are a dime a dozen in this league. Hell the Hornets already have one of those in Willie Green who plays harder on defense. They added an energetic athletic big man in return. This team has been playing Jason Smith, trust me Landry is an upgrade.

Knicks/Nuggets- Knicks won. Best player in deal. Top 10 player. Chandler is a role player, Gallo is ok but not more than a 3rd option, Felton doesn't want to be there. Mozgov had 1 good game and the pick will be in the 20's.

Blazers/Bobcats- Blazers. Wallace is a good player and can help groom Batum.

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You forgot Hawks-Wiz

Hinrich has been ok for the Hawks but similar to Bibby in production. The Wiz got triple double man Jordan Crawford and what is now a top 20 pick while getting Bibby to give up his entire 2012 salary. A huge coup for Grunfeld.

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