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Scare Crow's Trade Post...Guys that need to Go...

Ten Big Names that need to be moved by the deadline IMO...

1.Monte Ellis...

2.Andre Iguadola

3.Josh Smith

4.David West

5.Jeff Green

6.Carmelo Anthony

7.Gilbert Arenas

8.Tony Parker

9.Steve Nash

10.Vince Carter/Rashard Lewis...

List possible trade partners how u seen them now...I'll give you a few of my ideas...


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monta to memphis deal..

I think that Memphis and Golden state might have that deal going on at some point through the season. Think about it..

They tried to move OJ to the PG in the SUMMERLEAGUE, which was an utter failure. Hasheem Thabeet, will not develop quickly enough to overtake Marc Gasol's spot at C.

Memphis should aquire monta, since he's a combo guard, he can run the PG or play off ball. This move will make more room for Xavier Henry at the 2 guard position, and conley to bring big mintues of the bench.

Meanwhile at GS, hasheem should get the minutes he needs at the C being a backup to Andris Bedreins, while he could possibly play PF, when david lee takes a breather. OJ could then move to the SG position, and Stephen curry would be the main PG.

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shard

Who would be willing to take on Rashard Lewis' contract? Even if he is traded by the deadline, the team that gets him would have to pay him close to 50 MILLION dollars just to keep him for two and a half years.

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btw

by playing some pf, i mean beidrins, not thabeet lol

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Why on earth does Jeff Green

Why on earth does Jeff Green need to be moved?

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Either Rip or Prince needs to

Either Rip or Prince needs to be moved also.

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Why does west or agent zero

Why does west or agent zero need to go? Before the injuries the hornets were very good and west was a very big part of it. Healthy agent zero is a all NBA player. Yeah trading him makes perfect sense

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^because he stuns john wall's

^because he stuns john wall's growth, thats why.

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Nash just signed a 2 year

Nash just signed a 2 year extension I don't see why the Suns would trade him.

Jeff Green won't be traded. OKC will let him go to restricted FA next summer and then match any reasonable offer he recieves. It is likely that no team ties up their money for the seven day period and OKC resigns Green to a modest extension befitting his role on the team (a Lamar Odom contract seems fair)... or Green signs the one year QO so he can attain UFA the summer after. Still tons of time to sort this all out in OKC and no need to trade Green before then if OKC doesn't want to. There's no risk in losing him for nothing and unless a high character bigman is offered in a trade I can't see OKC parting ways this year.

Josh Smith isn't going anywhere. He is earning his contract in ATL.

Should N.O. trade D. West, they better be getting back something good because I'm sure that will be a move which rubs Paul the wrong way. My bet is West stays.

Iguadola's future in Philly is tied to the first half of this season. If Philly pulls it all together and starts winning under the new head coach then Iggy stays put. If things are just like seasons past then Philly will absolutely look to trade him but there's no guarentee they find a trade they like enough to pull the trigger. Iggy will likely require taking on Brand... somehow. But what would go back to Philly (you have to matchup contacts) that would make them any better then they are now at those prices unless its another killer contract? Incidently i've read Brand is in excellant shape and back to his old self. If he has a breakout first half of the season my bet is Brand gets traded.

Anthony should be traded. This is Bosh all over again. Melo is just being polite. He has no interest in playing for Den long term anymore and I'm sure he goes to bed dreaming about greener pastures like his buddies Wade, Lebron and Bosh pulled off.

Vince and Rashard should be traded but those are 2 of the worst contracts in the league. I can't think of a single team who would give ORL anything decent in return for them. ORL doesn't mind paying the tax and they want to keep Howard happy and motivated for championships. My bet is both stay under all circumstances.

If Arenas brings his trade value back up to normal levels (by his standards) then you can bet Wash looks long and hard at trading him... however, since they are under the cap with no tax to pay they will look for something of fair value (in their eyes) in return. This makes a trade unlikely but not impossible.

Ellis stays because he sells tickets but should definitly be traded for a player(s). Ellis and Curry are not a great combo. You need a bigger SG to be a championship team. Ellis won't agree to be a 30-35 minute sixth man. Curry is so versatile he can make it work with Ellis (or anyone for that matter) but I get the feeling there is better out there that the Warriors will explore getting eventually. Ellis in Sactown with Tyreke would be good... but I'm thinking it won't happen.

Parker is like Melo. He's had his run in S.A. and is still young. Parker is healthy, had a great off season conditioning program and should just explode out of the gates this season. I'm not sure that even if S.A. offers Parker a Max contract (which they won't do) that he would sign it. I'm thinking Parker has a dominate season and then looks forward to UFA next offseason.

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Jose Calderon needs to be on

Jose Calderon needs to be on that list, and WELCOME BACK SCARECROW!

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why

Why Josh Smith my man? I think he's a far more valuable asset for the Hawks than Marvin Williams..

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How does he stunt walls

How does he stunt walls growth while playing sg and keeping the preassure of carrying the team off him? Did Ben gordan stunt rise growth? Shaw stunt kobe's growth? It's always a good idea to have a good vet on the team to help a good rookies transition to the NBA

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Especially if you are talking

Especially if you are talking about a young team like the wizards. You never wanna put all the pressure of a team on a rookies shoulder if you don't have too

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I also don't agree with

I also don't agree with trading Parker unless he plans on leaving. George hill is not better then him. I repeat George hill is nit better the Parker. He shows flashes of being a good starter but not a allstar or finals MVP. Parker will possibly be a hall of famer and he's still fairly young bi don't see hall of fame in George hills future. I dint even see allstar

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Trade Idea

Kaman for Iguodala

This gives room for Turner to improve his game and not be stunted by Iguodala. Also, this starts a new era for the Sixers, which I think will be a positive one. Iguodala is one of those players, if he is your first option on ANY team they won't go far in the playoffs or even make the playoffs. He is better off in LA playing alongside with Griffin/Gordon/Davis and he won't have to be the primary option. For the Sixers, it gives them a legit centre who can play with Brand and his contract is expiring in two years.

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Wait why does Josh Smith need

Wait why does Josh Smith need to be moved?

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1.Monte Ellis... No 2.Andre

1.Monte Ellis... No

2.Andre Iguadola - Depends on ET, I think so

3.Josh Smith - Yes, Atlanta is in purgatory

4.David West - Yes

5.Jeff Green - No

6.Carmelo Anthony - Hell yes

7.Gilbert Arenas - I actually like the Wall/Arenas back court

8.Tony Parker - Yes

9.Steve Nash - 50/50 but wont happen

10.Vince Carter/Rashard Lewis... - Yes

Add Prince and Calderon

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Give a reason why y'all think

Give a reason why y'all think these guys should be traded. A hood reason

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hood reason??? well... almost

hood reason??? well... almost all of them r black

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Josh Smith is a better and

Josh Smith is a better and more valuable player than Williams, but to be honest, I'd trade him before Marvin. I think Williams has been CRIMINALLY underutilized, and he gives the Hawks a guy that can be a consistent starter at SF. Smith to me is a guy that would flourish in a 6th man role as opposed to a starter role on a title team (ala Lamar Odom). That's not popular to say, but I believe that. Williams is a guy that can be a starting SF on a title team, but if you move him you'd get less value than you would if you moved Smith. Smith would be the guy I'd part with 1st too, despite him being more productive than Williams.

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Stanford Hoops

Tony Parker IS NOT sniffing the Hall of Fame... NO WAY he is making the Hall of Fame..

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My thoughts

1.Monte Ellis, needs to be traded only if he proves unable to adapt to Curry handleing the ball at point.

2.Andre Iguadola, needs to be traded if him and Turner clash.

3.Josh Smith, No need to trade him unless Atlanta starts to struggle this year.

4.David West; I think the Hornets rosters needs to be reworked and West could be traded as part of that.

5.Jeff Green: No need to let him go unless you can get equvalent talent at either post position.

6.Carmelo Anthony: Needs to be traded.

7.Gilbert Arenas: No need to jump the gun (no pun intended), on trading him.

8.Tony Parker: Needs to stay to see if the Spurs can put together one last run.

9.Steve Nash: Needs to go, if the Suns can rework their roster this season I think they will not finish as good as if they would have stayed together, but it could save them years of rebuilding, and would help them in getting some sort of value for Nash.

10.Vince Carter/Rashard Lewis... Need to be traded unless the Magic look really strong by the trade deadline.

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i dont think GS needs

i dont think GS needs thabeet, they drafted Ekpe Udoh

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Like Oh said, Jose Calderon

Like Oh said, Jose Calderon needs to go now.

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Very premature to say he's

Very premature to say he's not sniffing it. He's only 28 allstar talent with finals MVP and a couple titles as well as being a big part of the title runs. He has a good six years of good basketball left

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Come on everybody Marvin

Come on everybody Marvin Williams needs a fresh start this guy has all the tools to be a successful SF in this league. I could easily see him doing wat Luol Deng does for the bulls, averaging 18ppg as a second scoring option on a playoff team. His midrange shot has developed and he can driblle nd slash for a guy his size. Smeone needs to give him a chance to flourish so he can expand his game

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Stanford Hoops

I dont see Tony Parker getting any better as a player and considering the fact the he has played 9 seasons and close to 700 games, I actually see him declining in the next 2-3 years (around the 1,000 game mark)... I dont think his numbers (17ppg and 6 asst) are hall of fame worthy... I dont think at any point of his career he was a top 5 point guard, Parker is more a product of the system he plays in and IMO his Finals MVP is on par with player like Cedric Maxwell winning the MVP in the 80-81 finals... I wouldnt be suprised if George Hill gives him a run for his money next year, personally I believe Tony Parker will have a solid career when its all said and done, but its the HALL OF FAME...

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George hill isn't good enough

George hill isn't good enough to give him a ruin for his money. Hill is overrated by alot of fans and at one point Parker was one if the top
pg in the NBA. That was agreed by many basketball people at the time. He was a product of his ability not the system. The system isn't known to have point guards lead the NBA in points in the paint. That's not a system thing that's a good player thing.

Also chauncy billups can't be considered either since his numbers are on par with Parker and I can't see any evidence that would suggest him declining in two years if healthy bthats doesn't tend to happen to a 28 year old. That's still prime years and I'm
not sure if you have noticed but allstar point guards have been extending there good play past 34 lately

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When was Parker considered a

When was Parker considered a top 5 NBA point guard (maybe for one season)??? Parker is a very talented player and his ability to get in/and score in the paint is unreal, but I dont think that makes him a Hall of Fame player... Chancey Billups IMO is not a Hall of Fame player, if players like Billups and Parker make the Hall of Fame it cant be called the Hall of Fame.. The Hall of Fame is suppposed to be the best of the best; superstar players and playes that transcend basketball.. In the matter of fact SOME players have gotten in that doesnt deserve to be in the Hall of Fame... Nash and Bullips are still playing at a high level two players that dont rely on speed, who is is playing at an all star level that are in their mid 30's...

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I agree That Kamen and Iggy

I agree That Kamen and Iggy is a perfect trade for both teams, also I woldn't mind trading Iggy to Denver for Jr Smith and expiring contracts and if the Sixers could get Denver to take on Brand that would work perfect also.

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I agree That Kamen and Iggy

I agree That Kamen and Iggy is a perfect trade for both teams, also I woldn't mind trading Iggy to Denver for Jr Smith and expiring contracts and if the Sixers could get Denver to take on Brand that would work perfect also.

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Iggy Ideas

Iggy and Hawes for Kaman and Gordon or Aminu(I'd want Gordon but Aminu or a straight swap might be what happened)

Iggy and Hawes for JR Smith and Birdman or Nene(Rather have a healthy Nene but Birdman may be a spark plug and shot shotblocking force in Philly, may also help sell tickets...JR could be a top scoring threat if he was giving free reign and guys like Turner and Holiday setting him up...

Iggy and Hawes or Lou Williams for Camby or Oden and Rudy or Jerryd Bayless

Three teams I see Iggy being traded to are The Clippers, Nuggets or Blazers with the Lakers a very Dark Horse with some crazy Iggy and Hawes for Bynum and Artest deal to tip the scales in LA's favor(The Lakers won a Ring without Bynum one year before Artest signed so they can win another with the inclusion of All Defender SF Iguadola next to Kobe...It's almost a MJ/Pippen duo for the new era

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Another Iggy Dark Horse Trade Partner

The Kings...They have a true scorer at the 2 Guard spot and true scoring threat in the post with Evans and Cousins...

Andre Iguadola and Lou Williams for J.Thompson, F.Garcia, D.Greene and 2nd Round Pick and Possible 1st round Pick Next Year...

Iggy would provide them a great mix of good size and speed and the ability to play his natural role as the best defender/finisher/2nd creator and do it all type you need...The Kings have the scratch to take on Iggy deals by trading youth and depth for the solid Core of Evans/DMC/Iggy/Landry/Udrih/Casspi/Whiteside and Dalembert(For 1 year plus)...Guys like Thompson,D.Greene and Garcia are there to couple with a pick or two (not sure if the Kings would give up this years first rounder, 2 rounder I see them taking that deal...Lou Williams can be a throw in to get farther under the salary cap line...They'd get 2 starting Players (Williams over Udrih and Iguadola over Casspi)...we'd get rid of two of the biggest contracts on our roster and get 3 solid role players for cheap and 2 are rookie scale contracts...Garcia can be a solid backup to the rookie 2 guard Evan Turner and provide shooting of the bench...Greene and Thad Young would be a good athletic 1/2 punch at SF...J.Thompson can be a glue guy and the next center next to Brand or Speights for the next 3 years...The Sixers get deeper and cheaper and can and should add a pick to couple theirs...I think this year can go two ways...The Sixers can scrap into the playoffs as a 6-8 seed and face 1 of the big 3 teams in the East or have a high pick trail season with all the young guys together ...

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Did I say players at that age

Did I say players at that age are playing allstar basketball or did I say allstar level players are playing Good at a older age? Billuos Nash Kidd. Allstars when younger and are still playing at well. And those who used speed when they were younger adjust there games when they are older just like stars who were athletes when they were younger. Derrick rose relies on speed so does that mean he will drop way off by the time he's 30-31? No it just means he will adjust his game

aren't you a top 5 point guard when you make the allstar team unless a couple of point guards are injuried? Parker has made it twice so he was top five for at least two years

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Alright here's why some of these guys have to go

1.Monte Ellis...1.Steph Curry...2.Overpaid combo guard if placed as the 6th man...3. He can get the Warriors a starting SG or SF to better compliment Stephan Curry

2.Andre Iguadola...1.Evan Turner (do they cancel each other out or can they co-exist, depends on Turner's ability to be "The Guy"...If Turner's a true 2nd guy then Iggy's got to go, why pay for 2 number 2's)

3.Josh Smith...1.Joe Johnson, Then Al Horford and then Jamal Crawford...when they gave Joe all that dough they turned the clock on that counts down the day Horford and Crawford become free agents...Josh as a good backup guy in Marvin Williams and that might be what lets the Hawks part ways with Josh Smith...keep an eye out for the Clippers...

4.David West...with Paul on his way out the first domino to fall will be West...DW will have to net the Bugs a high profile guy...when he doesn't, Paul will throw a titty attack and bolt for NY or ORLANDO

5.Jeff Green...This is KD's team and Greene is a team guy...but with the West being so big and stacked with PF's and C's the Thunder will have to part ways with Greene to get the legit big they need to make a serious run in the playoffs...Greene is a glue guy and it'll a be a tough sell for the team shopping

6.Carmelo Anthony...It's rebuild time in Denver...when your team is 1 injury away from the playoffs to the draft lottery it's time to move on...If Billups,Martin or Nene(again) gets injured it's Lottery selection time in Denver and Melo leaves for nothing...I'd be selling him to a team with young pieces and draft picks to deal...

7.Gilbert Arenas...1 reason Wall needs real backup not a loose cannon...Gilbert needs to go Asap...Orlando could use him and a Gilbert for Carter and Gortat deal may work for both parties...

8.Tony Parker...with a young point in place and a big pay day u don't want to see if your SA coming to TP...whynot cut him loose and get a young Big Back to help TD make another run with Manu and Co...Duncan and Ginobli with a younger supporting cast plus the young stud u hope to get by trading Parker can get you a top 4 to 6 seed and provide a scare to entire west come playoff time...

9.Steve Nash...Let him contend ...Period...he deserves it...I'm not saying Lakers,Celtics or Heat, but get him to a team within reach of top 4 seed and long playoff run...That or trade him to Toronto...

10.Vince Carter/Rashard Lewis....I can see a 3 team trade with The Wizards and Nuggets that sends Lewis to the Wizards with JR Smith and Gilbert and Melo landing in Orlando...The Nuggets get Carter,Gortat and Bass...Gilbert would re structure his deal and allow the Magic to resign Melo...

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