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I've wanted OJ Mayo on the Suns for years. Beasley doesn't work hard enough for me to want him on my team. I'm sad to see my boy Nash go... but what about Aaron Brooks? Could he rejoin the Suns this season?
Hey Andy I just had a request: I remembered your articles on Carmelo and LeBron, in which you projected the possible records of various teams had those two chosen them.
Could you do a similar article for Chris Paul and Dwight Howard?
Hey, would you be able to send your e mail to firstname.lastname@example.org? I want to get the B/R community leaders on a mailing list for a press release on behalf of Sports Media 101.
Loved your articles on Jimmer! The man won't disappoint by any means. As far as I see it, your only flaw is the fact that your a Mavs fan ;) All your other teams I can agree with! Me and my buddy have started a sports blog where we have debated topics such as the future success of Tebow, Fredette, and who is better between Malone and Nowitzki. You should check it out. rdsportstalk.blogspot.com Thanks man, keep writing like a champ!
Loved your articles on Jimmer! The man won't disappoint by any means. As far as I see it, your only flaw is the fact that your a Mavs fan ;) All your other teams I can agree with! Me and my buddy have started a sports blog where we have debated topics such as the future success of Tebow, Fredette, and who is better Malone and Nowitzki. You should check it out. rdsportstalk.blogspot.com Thanks man, keep writing like a champ!
Yeah, I saw it on Twitter and every time I see something about Peyton Hillis and Chuck Norris I think of your one article ha.
You may have seen this already, but if not: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Cl7zCD7AlGo
Hey man, how'd you get the twitter button to show up like that?
you were kidding about byron russel right? aha
i thought if boston included glen davis it would really catch the interest of gs. i'm not sure why i sent the wrong one to you as i did revise it. davis's solid jump shot and ability to hustle in to draw charges as would work well with the youth on the team. teams such as gs have a difficult time picking up solid vets through free agency. As these players are nearing the end of their careers they are more likely to end up with a contender under a pay cut in an attempt at chasing a ring. This trade will give gs solid vets. With Jackson being in his first term he will fail to change the young team into a defensive system. He has to have vets for practice and locker room presence even more so than the actual games. hedo may not have much trade vale because of inconsistency but the truth is he has a lot of experience. He can help thompson develope into a sf same as reay allen can assist and guide thompson at sg. Thompson very well could be a big part of the warriors future but he can't be relied on just yet. most importantly with this trade boston would get a peice of boston's tough defense. with former celtic's assistant coach darren erman joining jackson's staff the player's acquired from boston should transition easily. with acquiring veteran presence and further depth to the team how can gs go wrong?
comparison to other rumored future trades:
-Laker's: odom for ellis. I really doubt L.A would go for this trade. Many have speculated that L.A would have to include another player or draft pick to receive ellis in trade. i find this flat out absurd.
-Sixers: iggy for ellis. GS may not be as interested in this trade as phili would like. If gs were interested they very well could make the trade happen
- Rocket's: h. thabeet and j. hill for a. biedrins.
If gs chose to go with other teams to do business with gs could likey recieve: iguodala, j.hill and h. thabeet.
I don't see how that benefits the warriors more than the trade i purposed. by this time big baby will be better known than iggy and no casual fan knows hill or thabeet. gs would have a chance to extent ray allen and everyone knows big names equate to profits. with trades gs should consider increasing both wins and revenue.
as a columnist of br was written atl could trade j. smith and hinrich for ellis and biedrins. AS talented as j smith is he's always been seen as being immature and hinrich is prone to injury. theres no way that atl could pull this trade off just by offering a pf and g.
i feel the trade i purposed is very balanced. gs would recieve a young combo guard in bradley, a solid vet and fan favorite in ray allen, an experienced sf in hedo, and a pf/c who has his best days still to come in davis.