- - Fantasy Trade Scenario
|alh1020 ||09-16-12 08:39 PM |
Fantasy Trade Scenario
You know Iím seeing a lot of twitter traffic saying that Josh Howard has strong interests in resigning with the Jazz. If that rumor is true, the Jazz would have trouble resigning Howard because of the conflict that Raja Bell is creating by not signing his buyout with Utah. If the Spurs are posturing themselves for a possible trade and are having a look at Howard, how about this fantasy scenario --- do a sign and trade with Howard and include any combination of Bonner, Blair, Neal, Joseph for Bell and one of Utahís big men (Kanter, Favors, Jefferson, Millsap). Utah is relieved of Bell for Howard and the Jazz lessens the logjam along their frontline with so many bigs vs limited playing time allowable. Plus Utah picks up some valuable 3-point shooting in Neal and/or Bonner. We get our big and if Bell doesnít work out, waive him. And depending on how many players we lose in the trade, we free up some slots to look at other bench players. If we can crunch the numbers to make it work, what the heck -- might be worth a look. Or we can go into camp still needing a big and a logjam at the 2-3 positions.
|td4mvp2k ||09-16-12 10:45 PM |
A trade for Millsap from Utah who is the only big I think Utah would trade away is one that I've been waiting for all offseason and if that is the only scenario they are able to get him then they need to do it.
|SilverSpur ||09-18-12 04:27 AM |
Does this work from a money/cap perspective?
|td4mvp2k ||09-18-12 11:46 AM |
Yes, Spurs have the pieces and salaries that we keep hearing to trade for a lot of good proven bigs in the league.
|td4mvp2k ||09-19-12 02:43 PM |
I think the Spurs could still keep Howard or whoever they may sign at that position and trade Jackson, Neal, Blair, and maybe a pick too for Bell and Millsap from Utah. It all adds up, just have to wait and see.
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