SF's on bad teams - are any of them available in a trade? Would it cost too much?

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    SF's on bad teams - are any of them available in a trade? Would it cost too much?

    The candidates:
    Shane Battier
    ***** Gerald Wallace *****
    Stephen Jackson???!!!
    Danny Granger?!?!?!! (and yes, apparently he could be had for the right deal)

    Personally, I'd love to see the Celtics get into the talks with the Bobcats if in fact Gerald Wallace is available.  You couldn't design from scratch a better player to defend LeBron James.  Apparently the Lakers are in talks to try to acquire him, so if he's available I'd love to see him in Celtics green wearing scorers out with his lengthy defense

    I don't know if Shane Battier is available, but I read somewhere that anyone on the Rockets is available for the right price.  P34 or someone recommended a trade that would give the Celtics Aaron Brooks and Shane Battier for Nate and JO and I'm totally on board with this as long as Brooks is okay with being a backup on a winning team (he was upset with his minutes as a backup coming back from injury in Houston lately).

    Thoughts?
     
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    Re: SF's on bad teams - are any of them available in a trade? Would it cost too much?

    Why would someone starting want to come to the Celtics and be a back up?  Doesnt make sense!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Re: SF's on bad teams - are any of them available in a trade? Would it cost too much?

    In Response to Re: SF's on bad teams - are any of them available in a trade? Would it cost too much?:
    [QUOTE]Why would someone starting want to come to the Celtics and be a back up?  Doesnt make sense!!!!!!!!!!!
    Posted by jdm894g[/QUOTE]

    why do you keep saying this?

    Players might want to win a championship playing 22-24 mins like posey did instead of 32-34 mins on the sh!t team they reside on now

    guys in the final year of their deals will not cost themselves ANY MONEY as a 6th or 7th man from April-June... and guys with long term deals already have the cash and likely their contract year comes after Ray's deal is up next season...
     
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    Re: SF's on bad teams - are any of them available in a trade? Would it cost too much?

    Prince
    Wallace
    Battier

    distant 4th/5th

    Posey
    Nocioni

    in that order of SF's we could actually get

    Steven Jackson is a SG

    Granger is a pipe dream
     
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    Re: SF's on bad teams - are any of them available in a trade? Would it cost too much?

    prince is an ok pickup, wallace doesnt make sense, hes a starter. and battier probly makes the best sense of all of them.
     
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    Re: SF's on bad teams - are any of them available in a trade? Would it cost too much?

    I just tossed Gerald Wallace and Danny Granger out there for sh*ts and giggles

    Battier would be ideal
     
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