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Old 05-30-2007, 01:56 PM    (permalink
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if portland pulls this trade off, this is one of the most dominant teams in 4 years. conley is very, very good; oden...who can guard him in the west outside of duncan; randolph will continue to be a 20-8; josh smith WOW; Broy. That's pure.

I can't see this trade happening. Someone in ATL will kill Billy before this happens. I know am beginning to believe that maybe Bill Simmons would be a better GM than half the GM's in the league right now.
What do you mean someone in ATL will kill Billy Knight, I live in VA.
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What do you mean someone in ATL will kill Billy Knight, I live in VA.
i'm not saying that you would kill him. i'm saying "someone" would. not implying you.
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I check DraftExpress.com nearly everyday now. Their coverage from pre-draft camps, to private workouts, to exclusive interviews is amazing.
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how can you take that website seriously? they have durrant #1.

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how can you take that website seriously? they have durrant #1.
And your point? On a lot of GM's boards, Kevin is the #1 player. It would not shock me at all to see them take Durant, although it'll never happen.
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how can you take that website seriously? they have durrant #1.
To be perfectly honest if they have Durant as BPA then they have Durant as BPA and having him at #1 makes sense. If he outplays Oden in workouts I wouldn't be shocked at all if it happened. Plus he's not a bad fit for them right now.

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And they wouldn't have the pressure of trying to add Conley. I think it completely depends on what happens in workouts, and if Durant outplays Oden they go Durant. Not like Portland is afraid of going against what the media wants, last year they could have gone after Morrison which was a popular desire at the time and didn't, look how that played out for them...
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i'm not saying that you would kill him. i'm saying "someone" would. not implying you.
I think HE was implying himself...
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Here is my question. Where did all of the Cavaliers' draft picks go?
Round 1 - Jiri Welsch trade (almost as bad as a move as Larry Hughes signing...)

Round 2 - Drew Gooden deal
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how can you take that website seriously? they have durrant #1.
Just like the Houston Texans were a lock to select Reggie Bush...


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Oh, wait.
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Round 1 - Jiri Welsch trade (almost as bad as a move as Larry Hughes signing...)

Round 2 - Drew Gooden deal
Gooden deal is good by me but Who da **** is Welsch?
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Was a decent shooter but i dont think he is in the league anymore.
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Was a decent shooter but i dont think he is in the league anymore.
LOL, classic Cleveland sports management.
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Welsch blows in Euroleague a 7th-8th man in the rotation at best the trade was awful back then, he was averaging 7 ppg, and somehow the Cavs thought he was worth a first rounder, right.....
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The Cavs also thought Luke Jackson was worth a first rounder as well.
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That went well....
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Dajuan Wagner was one an awful pick at #5, granted bad luck and I feel sorry for his health but prior to health issues he was not good at all. Or how about trading Boozer. They had him right now they would be champs. Or how bout letting go of Kapono, or drafting alltime bust Diop with the 8th pick, or Chris Mihm with the 7th pick, or Trajan Langdon with the 11th pick, they really are the worst drafting team in league history.
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Urm... the Cavs didn't trade Boozer.
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Might as well had.
Whatever I meant they let him go, something is wrong if he doesn't want to stay.
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Dajuan Wagner was one an awful pick at #5, granted bad luck and I feel sorry for his health but prior to health issues he was not good at all. Or how about trading Boozer. They had him right now they would be champs. Or how bout letting go of Kapono, or drafting alltime bust Diop with the 8th pick, or Chris Mihm with the 7th pick, or Trajan Langdon with the 11th pick, they really are the worst drafting team in league history.
And Jackson at #10.

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Dajuan Wagner was one an awful pick at #5, granted bad luck and I feel sorry for his health but prior to health issues he was not good at all. Or how about trading Boozer. They had him right now they would be champs. Or how bout letting go of Kapono, or drafting alltime bust Diop with the 8th pick, or Chris Mihm with the 7th pick, or Trajan Langdon with the 11th pick, they really are the worst drafting team in league history.
Are you kidding me, they did not want to trade Boozer. He was the one who actually screwed the Cavs big time. Heres the article

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After the 2003-04 NBA season, in which Boozer averaged 15.5 points and 11.4 rebounds per game, the Cavaliers had the option of allowing him to become a restricted free agent, or keeping him under contract for one more year at a $695,000 salary, which was clearly much lower than he would earn on the free agent market. If the Cavaliers chose that latter option, Boozer would have been able to enter the free agent market unrestricted after that one year expired. Boozer's high level of play meant that he very likely had in his future a substantial pay raise and the security of a long-term contract; the question, depending on what the Cavaliers chose to do, was just whether those benefits would come immediately, or after one more year.

Reportedly, the Cavaliers reached what they felt was a verbal understanding with Boozer. They would forgo their right to keep him for an extra year at relatively low pay, and instead allow him to become a restricted free agent. In exchange, he was expected to sign a long-term agreement with the Cavaliers, and not to sign an offer from any other team, despite the fact that he would certainly receive offers for more money than what Cleveland could afford in the new contract. The fact that Cleveland was over the salary cap apparently meant that both sides understood the parameters of the new contract with Cleveland would be approximately $40 million over six years.

The deal appeared to be advantageous for both parties. Boozer would immediately get a substantial raise to over $6 million per year and the financial security of having a long-term guaranteed contract as opposed to playing the next season for only $695,000 and lacking any future security in the event of a career-threatening injury during that season. Meanwhile, Cleveland would assure itself of keeping his services for at least five more years under a deal which would be below market value and friendly to their salary cap considerations with respect to the remainder of their roster, rather than risk losing him on the free agent market after his original contract was completed the next season.

Offer from Utah

Once Boozer became a restricted free agent, he received an offer from the Utah Jazz. The Jazz had participated in the free agent market in previous years and had failed in attempts to sign Corey Maggette, Jason Terry and Elton Brand. Thus, they were determined to succeed with Boozer and they offered him the maximum contract allowable under the salary cap.

As predicted, the offer from the Jazz provided a salary that the Cavaliers could not afford to match. Additionally, a move to Utah would give Boozer the opportunity to be a more integral player on that team than he would be with the Cavaliers, whose top two players were already established as being LeBron James and Zydrunas Ilgauskas. With these factors in mind, Boozer chose to sign with the Jazz, and the Cavaliers were forced to let him go.
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And he's also the pansy on the boards and the lazy oaf that we didn't need. Sorry but I loved the trade.
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