Do you think Chris Bosh and Chris Paul can be involved in a trade for each other?
i dont think it helps out either team in the long run? Both teams need to keep their stars and put more talent around them
paul is better then bosh. And bosh plays the same position as david west who is their second best player. NOt seeing it
What if West was sent to the Raptors and the Raptors included another player?
Collison, West, #11 Pick for Bosh, #13 Pick, and Derozan?
I doubt they'll trade Paul but Collison is available probably.
If i was the hornets i would use collison in a deal to bring in a wing. If they trade for one and draft one they would have a solid starter at every position. They wouldn't have a bench but it is easier to get a bench then a great starting 5.
"Bad" Idea. Now that sounds like a great name for this thread post.
The only was that could be the least bit realistic would be if it was Paul and Okafor for Bosh and Calderon, because the Raps have two solid PG's and the Hornets have solid starters at PF and C.
Now, I know that Okafor has his issues, but I would take offensive issues over defensive issues on most players, especially for bigs. Chris Paul and Chris Bosh are two very different players, but they are also in two very different situations and by that I mean contract wise. Chris Paul is under contract, Chris Bosh, as of July 1, will not be. The Raptors should be so lucky as to land one bloody thing for him, and if they do it will just be for salary cap purposes on a sign and trade. Max players who still are relatively young do not get traded for each other. In this case, the trade would do very little for either team, though I think the Raptors would get the better of it by quite a bit and Chris Bosh would hate playing 5 in New Orleans more than he already does in Toronto (where I live). So, bad idea, and Chris Bosh and Chris Paul will not switch teams in the foreseeable future.