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Possible Chris Bosh Trades

Hey since there is talk about how the Raptors know that they want to win and if they don't Chris Bosh is going to leave the Raptors. So I was wondering some possible trade scenarios. Let me know what ideas you guys have.

This is my trade idea

To Golden State:
Bosh
Banks

To Toronto:
Biedrins
Claxton
Wright

I think this is a good trade for both teams because the Warriors get a solid PF and an upgrade over Turiaf. Raptors receive a solid C in Biedrins and this will let Bargnani slide to the PF position where he plays better offensively and defensively. The addition of Brandan Wright is to give the Raptors another young prospect that isn't proven yet. Hopefully the Raptors will give him playing time unlike Don Nelson.

Let me know what you guys think.

http://games.espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine


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Sorry

The link above didn't work

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i like this

i like this

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I don't think this is a good

I don't think this is a good deal for Toronto. Bosh is a lot better then Biedrins, and I'm not sure either claxton or Wright are even nba quality players at this point. If Bosh decides to skip town, then that will give toronto a ton of money to spend on next years free agent class to replace him.

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That's a good point, the

That's a good point, the Raptors can always use the cap space on Joe Johnson, Amare Stoudemire. Haha I highly doubt Wade would come to Toronto. Boozer I highly doubt that he would come to Toronto. Paul Pierce or Dirk Nowitski to the Raptors? I seriously have no idea who would come to Toronto.

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i think a trade that happen

i think a trade that happen happen could involve bosh and the thunder. the thunder in all likely hood will hold two lottery picks in the stacked 2010 draft. They could give up Jeff Green, PHXs first, Krstic, and Sefolosha, + a trade exception to land Bosh. Jeff green is a nature three and would thrive coming off the bench for them.

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Boozer

Boozer follows the money, so if you guys have the money there is always a chance he will come there. Besides, no offense to these places but he played at Duke, he played in Cleveland and he's played in Utah. Toronto is a way better place to live than any of those.

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doubledribbler completely

doubledribbler completely agree with you. Boozer also grew up in Alaska so you know the cold shouldn't be an issue!

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doubledribbler

That's your opinion. I would rather live in Cleveland or Utah.

Uh, anyways, Boozer would be a good fit in Toronto. Utah won't put up much of a fight to keep him.

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trades

i would love to see the golden state trade go down but i dont see the warriors giving up biedrins, who is a very good and underated center for bosh. Even tho bosh fits in their system they will have him for less than a year and then he likely leaves for a better place, while they already have biedrins locked down for 5 years. I say G-State opts out of that one.

i like the okc trade, looks good on both sides, thunder get a star power forward and i think nenad could be the raps starting center who could push bargnani to his natural position at pf. but the only reason this wont happen is if the thunder doesnt wanna give up good young players and draft picks for a guy they might have for only half a year.

And boozer... He would fit like Nenad would, but even better. he would control the low post and andrea would have the high post. worked good with boozer and okur, pretty much the same thing except bargnani is way better..i think this one has the best chance at working out because the jazz want expiring contracts and thats what bosh has. Also, i think the jazz would have to throw in a draft pick or another player (maybe fesenko or koufus)

but the main point is, is that if the raps trade bosh part way through the season it is most likely to a team vying for a playoff position, and they wont care if they only have him for half a year, thats all they need for that push... thats what i see happening most likely, deadline trade with a team with a chance to make the playoffs

my trade between toronto and chicago
bosh for noah and deng
it looked better before the same and all the raptors inquiries, but it still could work out or blow up in their face haha

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why would GSW trade for

why would GSW trade for Bosh. That would be stupid. It would stunt Randolph's growth. Randolph could possibly be just as great or better than Bosh. They have similiar bodies and in all honesty Randolph has a stronger skill set. Once his mind catches up he will be better. Golden State has the talent but they need to get the right pieces for chemestry purposes

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Not really. Bosh would play

Not really. Bosh would play center and AR will still be starting at the 4. it just helps our team even more.

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No Money

Really? Cleveland? Toronto is cleaner, nicer, if I am correct, he would actually make more money playing in Canada because of the economy, there are tons of things to do there and the women look way better. Oh well, I'm not sure a Boozer Bargnani front line is very intimidating. It's a softer lineup than they have right now.

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between utah, clevland and

between utah, clevland and toronto, I would pick toronto. I hate the cold with a passion, but I'm guessing it would be the nicest city.

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Sheltwon and Toronto

Why not move Randolph to SF because Stephen Jackson wants out of GSW and bring Maggette off the bench? Maybe even start Maggette, if Randolph needs any getting used to that position. That would be a deadly PF-SF combo with Bosh and Randolph who are both 6'10.

And about Toronto. I am from Toronto, only Dec-Early February it is cold. The rest of the months are beautiful. Toronto has about 5 million people if you include the GTA (Greater Toronto Area), amazing clubs and wicked attractions. Ex: Toronto International Film Festival, Megan Fox is in Toronto this weekend too, so is Mary J. Blige. I never heard about Utah or Cleveland attracting so many names hahaha. Look up photos of Toronto and look up photos of Cleveland/Salt Lake City and you tell me what is a better city. But I just have to rep my city.

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just saying

you guys do know that new york has the exact same climate as toronto, right? I find it so funny that everyone thinks canada is freezing but new york, new jersey or any boardering state isnt. minnesota is way colder than toronto could ever be.

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