Rasheed's contract = possible deals for a wing player

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    Re: Rasheed's contract = possible deals for a wing player

    It's certainly possible that a trade may be made with Sheed's contract. As I've logged before, I'm comfortable with what the C's currently have. If Daniel's and Wafer aren't cutting the mustard, the C's can always make a trade during the season.
     
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    We might be able to sing and trade Scal if we wait until the deadline.
     
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    Re: Rasheed's contract = possible deals for a wing player

    Very good Thread!
    If the C's can make a deal with Prince there second unit

    J ONeal
    G Davis
    Prince
    Wafer
    Robinson/Bradley

    would have Starting Play-Off Potential in the East.
    Unfortunately the Pistons would be stupid to trade him for Robinson an Sheeds contract. And for the C's that would cause a problem at the PG position with only Bradley as Back Up.

    Battier would be nice too and IMO more likely.

    Howard seems to be out of sight and needs recovery first.

    Ariza is only a dream but a great one (with his laker history).

    Posey, well, great memories, but does he still have the first step to
    compete with LeBron? I doubt it, but if he still has sth left...

    If Perk returns healthy in spring the C's have J Oneal as backup for KG.
    G Davis could be included in a trade as well (I know, I know, I like him as well). 
     
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    I'm hoping maybe Bradley or Erden show signs of being great so a guy like Prince could be gotten if we throw one of them in with Rasheed and Nate to sweeten the deal.

     
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    I like Battier or Posey.

    There are a couple of flaws your Prince trade, which makes it moot:
    1. Nate was a FA and thus can't be traded until Dec 15

    2.  By then, we won't have Sheed's contract anymore, as I believe the "value" of it expires when training camp opens.
     
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    We have to get someone before the trainning camp starts
     
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    Re: Rasheed's contract = possible deals for a wing player

    Zach Lowe of Celics Hub on Hughes and Fernandez.

    http://celticshub.com/2010/08/08/sunday-guardwing-update-hughes-t-mac-bradley/#more-9445

    Ah, Larry Hughes. A career 40.7 percent shooter with a well below-average three-point shot and an infuriating habit of taking long two-pointers outside the flow of the offense. He can be a plus defender and a creative offensive player when he’s engaged and unselfish, but signing Hughes adds another “if things go right…” player to a bench that is already crowded with such players—Nate Robinson, Shaq, Wafer, Daniels. 


    The reason Rudy Fernandez is an attractive option is because he has known, certain NBA skills. He will shoot around 40 percent from three-point range. He’s unselfish, and he can run the floor. He has known liabilities, too, but there is a reliability to his game these other players lack. 

    Of course, Portland’s asking price for Fernandez includes at least a first-round draft pick and possibly more; one report claimed the Blazers had demanded Taj Gibson from the Bulls in any Fernandez deal, a demand that derailed those trade talks. 

     
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