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ESPN: Where will they go?

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ESPN: Where will they go?

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No Way

ESPN. Failed.

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yeah i agree with u citrus

a'mare and bosh wont work in ny. they play the same position, neither is a potent center and a'mare wants to be "the guy".

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Wow...I was surprised at a
Wow...I was surprised at a few of these votes to say the least.  The voters had no confidence that Bosh will stay in Toronto which I disagree with.  Bosh is on a solid (playoff) team now.  He is in a good city with a big market.  He has friends on the team.  Toronto can offer him the most money.  Odds are great that he isn't going anywhere.  
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They aren't saying that the

They aren't saying that the knicks get both, they are basically saying they will most likely get one. It was based one 53 writers opinion and 18 thought it would be bosh going to new york and 13 DIFFERENT writers said Amare.

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Celtics

Nobody has even talked about this but one vote was LeBron to the Celtics??? If they completely fail this year... is it not all that unreasonable?

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why would amare be a potent center...didnt he play center and make the all star team in phx?..how much more would he have to produce to be considered a potent center?..esspecially these days where centers are pretty average

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Amare should never be asked

Amare should never be asked to play center. I can see why teams use him there when they go small. But he is one of the worst defensive bigs in the league. Him playing center would lead to that team getting killed in the paint. He'll get his on offense, but go back and see how he does defensively against legit centers. He get's killed, plus he doesn't rotate worth a darn on defense to help on the drive.

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which is what is gonna

which is what is gonna happen in ny any way since d'antoni is coaching there. though i do agree he shouldnt be playing center. unless hes playing next to a defensive powerfoard liek a otis thorpe for those who remeber him

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Otis was the man. He had

Otis was the man. He had hands so big he made the ball look like a grapefruit.

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What kind of grapefruit?

What kind of grapefruit?

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the best kind

the best kind

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Someone will end up in Dallas.

They can trade Dampier, a solid young guy (Beaubois) and a few picks for a superstar (in a S&T of course). Then a team can cut Damp immediately for cap relief (his contract is unguarenteed). And the superstar can still make the same ammount of money he'd make if he resigned with his own team. If theres anyone who will get this done, its mark cuban. They will go after Wade, than Bosh, than whoever they value the most of all the other f.a.s

I think Lebron stays in Cleveland.
Wade's possibilities: Chicago, Dallas, and Miami in that order..
Bosh is likely to stay, but I wouldn't be shocked to see him leave for Dallas.

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