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Trades that benefited both teams.

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Trades that benefited both teams.

There are lots of trades that happen every year, and most in the end favor one side. For example Portland traded Wallace to the Nets for the #6 pick which was Lilliard.
But some end up even. One that comes to mind was Pau Gasol to the Lakers for Marc Gasol and 2 first rounders. The lakers won 2 titles with Pau, that's a win. And Memphis rebuilded quicker and eventually got an all star center in Marc. Any that comes to mind for you?


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My Jazz/Warriors

We basically juPst traded Iguodala for expiring contracts and 2 1st round draft picks. And Iggy was not even on our team.

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they basically paid 20

they basically paid 20 million for 2 late 1st rounders

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Jazz got a good deal

Jazz got a good deal

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do jazz have enough cap to

do jazz have enough cap to make another trade like that

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LAC gets: Mo Williams,

LAC gets: Mo Williams, Jamario Moon

CLE gets: Baron Davis, First round pick(Kyrie Irving)

Edit: I read the title wrong.

At least this cleared up room so LAC could sign Chris Paul, right?

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