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Do you want Sanchez, if you do would you trade Smith & Manningham for Sanchez & Henderson?


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Manningham is a tad better

Manningham is a tad better then Henderson....

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ok

Come on stattracker and lets work out a deal.

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Come on stattracker and lets

Come on stattracker and lets work out a deal.

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ok done

ok done

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come on

come on

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Isaiah Thomas – Pick

Isaiah Thomas – Pick originally owned by the Chicago Bulls
There probably won’t ever be a case of a team regretting losing the 60th overall pick more than this one. The Bucks originally received the pick from the Bulls in a multiplayer trade that included Hakim Warrick, Joe Alexander and multiple picks. The 2011 second-rounder that was included turned out to be the steal of the draft: Isaiah Thomas, but the Bucks gave it up long before the selection was even made.

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The unprotected pick ended up

The unprotected pick ended up helping seal the deal in a franchise-changing trade for the Clippers, who used it as a centerpiece in the deal for starting point guard Chris Paul. It would end up being the 10th overall selection, which the Hornets used on Rivers to pair him up with number one overall pick Anthony Davis, Eric Gordon, and Ryan Anderson as the franchise’s core.

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