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Stephen Jackson

He did want to get traded, right? Why is he taking so long though. I mean I think going to New York would be good, but is he gonna let this go out like Rubio? ugghh


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Its not up to him, lol His

Its not up to him, lol

His GM has to make a trade, and trades done happen in one day...IF he even does get traded..it'll probably be a couple of games into the season anyway

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LOL

It isn't like everyone is looking for a 31 Year Old Swingman who's under contract for 3 more years I believe, maybe 4. Even if it is at a cheap rate for a player of his skill, about 7.5 Million. Besides, New York needs cap space.

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trade

jackson to dallas for josh howard

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I doubt Jackson will get

I doubt Jackson will get traded at this point.

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I agree

with Spencer, but the trade for Howard isn't unlikely although isn't Howard a free agent after this season? Cap Space? I think Dallas shouldn't do it, but they do invest in older players for a good amount of years (Kidd and Marion) and will do so with a 32 Year Old Dirk after this season, I'm pretty sure

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ok then

Well, Howard like Rubio says probably isn't a good deal. So yeah, no offence dude because your guy is Rubio, but I had to use him as an example.

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I can maybe see him being

I can maybe see him being moved midway through the season. He wants to be on a team where he can get his shots because he is def a gunner. I can see a team making a move for him to give them another veteran who can score.

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It isn't one of the places

It isn't one of the places Jax said he wanted to go to and I know ownership has expressed a desire to cut payroll over the next few years but I think NO would be a great fit for him.

New Orleans have some expiring contracts that could be packaged for him (Antonio Daniels being one of them) and a starting lineup of CP3, Jackson, Stojakovic, West and Okafor with Posey as the 6th man could be poised for a strong playoff run.

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hes no more of a gunner then

hes no more of a gunner then every other shooting guard that get spoints...if youre a good shooting guard that averages in opr near 20points a game then youre a gunner..jackson knows when to cut down shots(indy and the spurs) and when he needs to shoot more.(the sorry warriors)..hes not traded yet because gs isnt gonna just trade him for nothing..not a 6'8 shooting guard who plays good defense rebounds and can get you 20

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