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Looking to give both away for a scorer. 2 for 1. Possibly a 15PPG player who doesn't have such a high name (not known alot).
In favor of some1 who can play the Center position. He doesn't have to be a rebounder.
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all true, but you're not trading any studs here, I'm giving you reasonable expectations at C. That's the level you're looking at and if you can even get McGee that'd be a win for you. I honestly don't see his lowered playing time a permanent move, more of a motivation tool by the coach. And Kaman's value really depends on what happens by the trading deadline so it's another low risk gamble juding by who you're willing to give up.
If he can get McGee right now like you said, it would be a huge plus. He could target Kaman or Pekovic. He probably can't get Gooden, should have tried to buy him low when he was injured a few weeks ago. To be honest though, there are very few C's that score, minus the few elite ones.
I have him... this is my roster 12 team league
PG John Wall (Was - PG)
SG J.R. Smith (NY - SG,SF)
G Louis Williams (Phi - PG,SG)
SF Kevin Durant (OKC - SF)
PF Paul Millsap (Uta - PF)INJ
F Gerald Henderson (Cha - SG,SF)
C Roy Hibbert (Ind - C)
C Zach Randolph (Mem - PF,C)INJ
Util Luol Deng (Chi - SF)
Util Jeremy Lin (NY - PG)
BN David West (Ind - PF)
BN Dorell Wright (GS - SG,SF)
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