cameroncrazies02
...not it doesn't involve Milwaukee.

Philadelphia receives- (gives up Samuel Dalembert)
Brian Scalabrine
Tony Allen
Kenny Thomas

Boston receives- (gives up Scalabrine, Tony Allen, JR Giddens)
Andres Nocioni

Sacramento receives- (gives up Nocioni, Kenny Thomas)
Samuel Dalembert
JR Giddens

What a horrible, horrible move this would be for Sacramento. They would essentially be getting rid of one of their best players (especially since Kevin Martin is hurt) and I believe the biggest expiring contract in the NBA right now (a very valuable chip) in Kenny Thomas for one of the worst contracts in Dalembert and some scrub.

Boston would get the best of this, of course. A bunch of scraps for Nocioni. A tough defender who hits the 3. A James Posey clone except a little more active.

I don't see why Philly was shopping Dalembert so hard since they still have Elton Brand's huge contract on the books, but any time you want to get rid of someone that badly and get an expiring straight up for it, I guess you have to do it.

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I agree this is a good trade for Boston.
Another rumor out there is from Cleveland.
With Cavs failed attempt to land Stephen Jackson there is talk of possible interest in Iverson.
He would provide scoring off the bench, especially when LeBron is getting his few minutes of rest in each half. I know it is a big gamble for the Cavs but I think they realize this is their only chance to compete for a title because of the position they put their team in by signing Shaq.
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cameroncrazies02
Iverson would be the complete downfall of the Cavaliers. That would be a horrible move IMO. The Cavs need to just chill out. Jackson wouldn't have been a good addition, neither would Antonio Daniels and Iverson would be disastrous. The Cavs have two monster expiring contracts in Ilgauskas and Shaq. Just wait and see what comes along. For now, just enjoy the development of JJ Hickson and the fact that teams are underachieving at the moment. If they're at or slightly above .500 at the deadline, make a big move and bring in someone young and willing to move forward with Lebron (Hinrich, Ben Gordon, Rudy Gay, David West, anybody from Portland who may become available).

Regardless, they're 7-3 and on a 4 game win streak. No need to panic. And I would say even letting Iverson cross your mind is slamming on the panic button.
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pistol pete wrote:


I agree this is a good trade for Boston.
Another rumor out there is from Cleveland.
With Cavs failed attempt to land Stephen Jackson there is talk of possible interest in Iverson.
He would provide scoring off the bench, especially when LeBron is getting his few minutes of rest in each half. I know it is a big gamble for the Cavs but I think they realize this is their only chance to compete for a title because of the position they put their team in by signing Shaq.


In regards to the Cavs getting Iverson, I concur. I don't like Iverson on any real traditional basketball team but the Cavs offense is not very traditional at all. I think he can still put up big numbers in a right situation, Cleveland being one of them. He's a upgrade from Mo Williams, I think. He can score better and create for others with the ball in his hands. Mo Williams does a little scoring and creating but not as well as Iverson, in general and with the ball in his hands. Getting Iverson will take less pressure off of Lebron to constantly have the ball in his hands, which is what the Cavs offense is predicated on.
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memorialbball
I heard reports on SportsCenter this morning that the Knicks had interest in Iverson....that team is heading in the right direction and Iverson would r*** it.
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quinnster10
Why would any team want to sign Iverson after the crap he has pulled? It just seems idiotic to me.
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clutch32
MemorialBBall wrote:


I heard reports on SportsCenter this morning that the Knicks had interest in Iverson....that team is heading in the right direction and Iverson would r*** it.


did you just say the knicks are headed in the right direction?
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