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laarethekings
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Trade that think would help

If the Knicks did a sign and trade with the Rockets... T Mac for E Curry and D Lee and some cash like 3 mill... The rockets get the C they need for the year in Curry till Yao comes back, D Lee as your new PF and some cash to help pay for Curry. When Yao comes back you frontline looks like this... Ariza, Yao, Lee... Curry, Scola as your back ups... not that bad. And in 2010 Curry will be in the last year of his deal so you could get something for him if you dont want to keep him for more than one year.

The Knicks get what they want in cap space.


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ok

but it's still no garuntee to be able to sign bron, bosh, or wade.....

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as a

As a new yorker i would be mad if they traded david lee he and nate,they are the best players new york has

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I like Lee too, but in this

I like Lee too, but in this years 2010 Draft You can be another Power 4 to do what he did. There will be plenty entering the draft. And it gets rid of Thomas Mistakes while savin bread. Lets face it, NY is in a Semi rebuilding Year any way. Why not get go Trade Bait or Potential Cap. And if T Mac Works out you got ur start 2/3 depending on the line NY Starts. I like Lee but he can go.

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Rockets have PF's already.

If your giving Lee, Curry to that team I doubt the Knicks will be giving them cash probly some filler or a 3rd team is more realistic. Also they have Landry, Scola, Hayes as PF'S they really dont' need Lee.

Better chance of them taking Mobley's contract bck since insurance pay 1/2 of that. Curry and Mobley

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Lee is better than Landry,

Lee is better than Landry, Scola, & Hayes. The trade definitely helps out the rockets.
The Knicks would do that trade in a heartbeat...that expiring contract of TMac is valuable

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that trade wuld

Be lop sided nobody kno's when tmac is coming back from wat I heard it wuld b after tha all star break and tha knicks wuld b trading one of their most consistent players for a injury prone. Also dnt 4get d. Lee lead tha league n double doubles

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That trade might work for

That trade might work for one season but what are you going to do when Yao comes back? Have a high priced backup in Lee or piss off a player in Scola who has worked his ass off for 2 years in Houston by sending him to the bench? Furthermore, I don't think Curry is the solution at center, now or in the future.

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I would LOVE THAT TRADE. you

I would LOVE THAT TRADE.

you give the Knicks 23 mill more off the books?

I already said....Tmac's contract will be this years MVP

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haha Knicksboy- that

haha Knicksboy- that contract is this years MVP... that is so true

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All I know is, however gets

All I know is, however gets that contract will be having almost half of the Cap erased by 2010.

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Here's something better

Why dont u trade Curry and that bum jefferies that way u frre up some time for the rookie Hill

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bc nobody would take both of

bc nobody would take both of those sh**ty contracts at once

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