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Ibaka and Wall from my team for George Hill, Noah, Bargnani and Nash...I feel is a good trade, but I would like a second opinion.
Metta World Peace
at first I was going to advise you not to take that deal, but after further review of your roster I would def make that trade. you have some dead weight on your team. you would be able to replace Biyombo and Chalmers for Bargs and Nash. I'd make that deal
trade looks fair but i wouldn't do it! Noah is up/down with foot injury and who know's if he'll really play well through it. Kobe is replacing Nash with dimes,etc. Bargnani is offense only and Hill isn't too bad. you have a well balanced team and I wouldn't mess with it. Wall is getting better every week and Ibaka is a brute. I have Sanders and Clark and i know they've been hurt but they should see alot of play ROS and Rubio is getting hot so you don't need the dimes,etc.Nash can provide. I'd hold pat,man! Good luck either way.
Do not take that trade. It's rarely a good idea to give up a few for a lot because it typically serves to "water down" your team. It's much better to do the reverse(like trade 2 away to get 1;etc). to make your starters as strong as they can be(even at the expense of your bench). You would have to drop 2 players to accept this trade as well, and their values must be considered when analyzing this exchange. Ibaka is a beast and almost wins blocks for his owners single-handedly. Keep him.
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