Free Agents-You Decide

Free Agents-You Decide

Postby The Laker Link on Tue May 18, 2010 7:01 am

So I went over a list of the free agents over the summer and these are the ones that I found that it seems like there could be atleast more likely of a chance than not. So out of these names based on talent and needs of ourselves and what, what....who would you want to see worked on to be in purple and gold next year!?

What would you do to trade or sign or whatever be the case!?

Boston Celtics
Nate Robinson

New Jersey Nets
Josh Boone

New York Knicks
Eddy Curry, Chris Duhon, Tracy McGrady

Philadelphia 76ers
Allen Iverson, Rodney Carney

Toronto Raptors
Chris Bosh, Quincy Douby

Cleveland Cavaliers
Sebastian Telfair

Detroit Pistons
Rodney Stuckey, Ben Wallace

Indiana Pacers
T.J. Ford, Luther Head

Milwaukee Bucks
Michael Redd, Jerry Stackhouse

Atlanta Hawks
Maurice Evans, Joe Johnson, Joe Smith, Marvin Williams

Charlotte Bobcats
Tyrus Thomas, Tyson Chandler, Raymond Felton

Miami Heat
Carlos Arroyo, Udonis Haslem, Jermaine O'Neal, Jamaal Magloire, Quentin Richardson

Orlando Magic
J.J. Redick, Jason Williams

Washington Wizards
Randy Foye, Earl Boykins, Javaris Crittenton

Denver Nuggets
Kenyon Martin, Johan Petro

Minnesota Timberwolves
Darko Milicic

Portland Trail Blazers
Marcus Camby, Juwan Howard

Utah Jazz
Kyle Korver, Wesley Matthews

Golden State Warriors
Raja Bell

Los Angeles Clippers
Steve Blake, Drew Gooden, Kareem Rush

Phoenix Suns
Channing Frye

Sacramento Kings
Larry Hughes


Memphis Grizzlies
Rudy Gay

For me I'd vote for us going for:

Nate Robinson, Chris Duhon, Tracy McGrady, Chris Bosh, Sebastian Telfair, Ben Wallace, Maurice Evans, Joe Smith, Tyson Chandler, Raymond Felton, Jermaine O'Neal, Jamaal Magloire, Quentin Richardson, Randy Foye, Javaris Crittenton, Kenyon Martin, Marcus Camby, Kyle Korver, Wesley Matthews, Steve Blake, Kareem Rush, Channing Frye, Rudy Gay, and Larry Hughes.

Obviously loads of these guys will be really hard to get, others might be a little bit easier, but I think all these guys would either end up being nice bench players or some of them be starters to help out as we go for the 2nd 3-peat.

I don't know, what do you guys think!?
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Re: Free Agents-You Decide

Postby sm61893 on Tue May 18, 2010 12:55 pm

It's got to be all about the PG and then I think we need a SG/SF that can hit the 3 big time. These are the points I think we look at. All these guys will take a big chunk if not all of the MLE. I like Blake for 3 - 3 1/2 mil each yr for 3 yrs. Then grab a SG/SF for 2 - 2 1/2 mil each yr for 2-3yrs (Korver is my pick if he would take it). Then look at trading Bynum and worry about rebuilding down the line. I think that there is a chance that Bynum will not become a player to build around so I take that risk and trade him for one top player like Bosh or for a good player and a draft pick or comb of 2 good players.

Raymond Felton (Unrestricted) (12.1 PPG, 5.6 APG, 33mins) Made $5.5 mil this yr Starter. 6’1”/198 lbs 25age/4yrs (FG% .459, 3P% .385)

Luke Ridnour (Unrestricted) (10.4 PPG, 4 APG, 21mins) Made $6.5 mil this yr Bench. 6’2”/175 lbs 29age/6yrs (FG% .478, 3P% .381)

Steve Blake (Unrestricted) (7.3 PPG, 4.8 APG, 27mins) Made $4 mil this yr Starter/Bench. 6’3”/172 lbs 30age/6yrs (FG% .416, 3P% .395)

Chris Duhon (Unrestricted) (7.4 PPG, 5.6 APG, 30mins) Made $6 mil this yr Starter. 6’1”/190 lbs 27age/5yrs (FG% .373, 3P% .349)

Nate Robinson (Unrestricted) (10.1 PPG, 2.9 APG, 20mins) Made $5 mil this yr Bench. 5’9”/180 lbs 25age/4yrs (FG% .436, 3P% .390)
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