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How we can get a Starting 5, Point Guard, and trade Gerald Wallace

Its very well known around the league that Omer Asik wants out of Houston. Its also very apparent that the Detroit Pistons are performing well below expectations, after their so called "big" offseason signings. Both teams are trying to win now, and neither honestly look like they can get the job done. Now most would think that Houston and Detroit could settle this with a trade between themselves, but I see a way the Celtics might be able to weasel their way in, and actually get 1 or 2 good pieces.

Here’s the trade:

http://espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=mguo5f4

Teams involved: Celtics, Pistons, Rockets

Celtics

Trading: Brandon Bass, Courtney Lee, Gerald Wallace

Receiving: Omer Asik, Charlie Villinueva, Rodney Stuckey

Pistons

Trading: Greg Monroe, Charlie Villinueva, Rodney Stuckey

Receiving: Brandon Bass, Courtney Lee, Gerald Wallace

Rockets

Trading: Omer Asik

Receiving: Greg Monroe

The reason I see this as a good trade for the Celtics is because, it not only gives us a good starting center in Asik, but we also get a pretty good point guard in Stuckey. And the icing on the cake… Gerald Wallace and his voluptuous contract might actually leave Boston. The only question in my opinion about this trade is if Detroit will trade Moose. I know there have been rumors that they been looking to trade him, but regardless I think this is a plausible trade. (Most likely will have to throw a draft pick or two Detroit’s way)

Be respectful and keep it clean. Thanks.

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