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Wolves gotta trade wiothout Rubio

Oky Rubio is out for the season and we need another pg, and SG.

So, the Wolves should trade Beasly , but we wont get much for Beasly . Cause other teams dont like his character. So lets trade Williams . We have Love. And Williams is not a SF he dont have the handles, and the attack power too attack the rim against top league SF.

So 1. idea too JAZZ

http://games.espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=7k2tbsh

2. Hornets

http://games.espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=86fzd6g

3. Pistions

http://games.espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=7j8g9l2

4. LAKERS AND ROCKETS

http://games.espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=8ykcjh5

WAT YOU GUYS THINL


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Eh...

I don't think the Wolves would be willing to give up Derrick Williams, the way he's been playing. He's still very young too. If they absolutely HAVE to make a trade, they'd probably give up Beasley. That would free up some more minutes for Williams. I'd recommend they either trade Beasley, or do that and sign a D-Leaguer. Who knows, you might find another Jeremy Lin. I heard Blake Ahearn and Justin Dentmon were good.

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Derrick Williams < Micheal Beasly

No, Derrick Williams is a PF. his handles aint &$#%#&@!. I trust Micheal Beasly with the ball more then Derrick Williams. Williams can be a SF in this League . And Derrick Williams is a higher trade value . The wolves are there too get in the Playoffs why wait when the wolves can go too the playoffsfor this season and the next and years too come

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twolves bucks trade idea

games.espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine

http://games.espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=85sqz8l

I think this trade works out for both teams in my opinoin. The wolves fill a big need at SG and get a viable back up PG as well. I believe that Jackson can still be a good player once he gets out of Milwaukee and they are going to be will to give him up for little since he and Scott Skiles do not get along. As for Livingston he has played well so far this year when he has gotten a chance to play and is a pass first PG that can set up Love. Milwaukee gets rid of their head case and get decent talent in return.

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NO

. Hell No Jackson is trying to rap . Get the Fux out of here. His PER. is 9.7, and thats because he wanna win a ring. And he wont be too happy playing with the TIMBERWOLVES. Ellis is not gonna be traded disregard this post....

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wow

wow

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I don't think the Wolves

I don't think the Wolves would be willing to give up Derrick Williams,

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"Ellis is not gonna be traded

"Ellis is not gonna be traded disregard this post...."

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why?

why give up part of the furture of your franchise in Williams for a short term solution that in all honestly will give the Wolves an 8 seed? Let this season run its course and have Williams, Rubio and Love come back next year and the years to come.

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thanks men

thanks men

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It’s never too early to look

It’s never too early to look ahead to the NBA Draft. Of course, the 2012-13 NBA season is about to start, but it’s the job of each and every general manager to plan for the future.

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And hell, sometimes, when you

And hell, sometimes, when you have been "the man" your entire career, it is not a bad break every once in a while to let someone else handle the spotlight as you slip out the side door. It's nice to know that, as the last sands drip through the hourglass of your career, the team you are leaving is in good hands.

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As for Zeller, he had his

As for Zeller, he had his best half as a pro in the first two quarters. Then he spent the rest of the game looking like a rookie. Thats expected. But it doesnt make it any less frustrating for fans. Bottom line: Better get used to it.

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"Goran's dribble penetration

"Goran's dribble penetration had a lot to do with that," Gentry said. "And I think our spacing was a lot better than it was the day before in Sacramento."

It also should be noted that Friday's first half didn't offer a steady diet of Corner alignments. Several half-court possessions featured an overload that included a baseline or "flex" screen designed to create an open lay-up or post up for the cutter.
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But with versatile

But with versatile front-court players such as Scola, Beasley and second-year pro Markieff Morris, the Corner could be an effective option in Phoenix.

With the Suns demonstrating enough trust to give up the ball to the high post more frequently in Friday's second half, corner-screen opportunities led to several easy third-quarter buckets. Phoenix shot 62 percent in that period and rang up 30 points.o87687

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"It's taking us a little time

"It's taking us a little time in making the right reads," Suns assistant coach Elston Turner, who assisted Adelman for several season in Sacramento and Houston, said when asked about the Corner offense before the game. "But we'll get it. It fits our guys pretty well."

Beasley, who made half of his 8 shots and scored 10 points Friday, is working at small forward and – thanks to the Corner keeping both sides of the defense occupied – could have several post-up opportunities without weak-side defensive corruption.bsfgsre34

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The onus is now on Harden to

The onus is now on Harden to prove that he is a max player. He’s a good player, yes, and until he choked in the NBA Finals last season he was quite a force for the Thunder. The reality, however, is that Harden is not currently a max player, and unless he takes several steps forward this season his next contract will not reflect a maximum offer. Houston is the perfect place for him to prove he should get that kind of consideration, as the Rockets are team lacking veteran direction at the moment.

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“Really, I get frustrated but

“Really, I get frustrated but as soon as I leave the arena and I get around my family – my kids, my wife and everybody – it goes away honestly,” Curry said. “At the end of the day, that’s what’s important and this is work. I come to work, I punch in the clock, I do what I have to do and I go home and live my life.”

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