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After the blockbuster trades that the Orlando Magic made a couple weeks ago they have an incredibly stacked backcourt. But by trading Marcin Gortat, it left them a bit small up front, besides Dwight Howard of course. It is said they are looking to bring in another big and that Brandon Bass may be expandable in order to do that. When I read that information it gave me this idea...this trade doesn't work out perfectly in the trade machine, but that is only because it doesn't take into account the trade exceptions that Orlando received in their recent deals. Therefore, it works in the real world.
Kings Receive: Brandon Bass, Chris Duhon
Magic Receive: Samuel Dalembert, 2nd round pick in 2011
Analysis: Samuel Dalembert would be a tremendous help to the Magic at this stage. They don't need a scoring big, but could use a big body to help bang down low, play good defense and grab some rebounds. Sammy does all those things. Think about the defensive capability Orlando would have with Dwight in there along with Dalembert throwing shots away. Plus they get a second round pick which should be very high pick in that round. The Kings receive a smaller, but scrappy scoring big man in Bass, who is still young at age 25 and also receive Chris Duhon to replace Beno as their backup point guard. Orlando wouldn't care about giving up Duhon, seeing as how he has no chance of touching the court with Jameer Nelson, Gilbert Arenas and Jason Williams all running the point for them.