Waddup everyone, kinda been looking at this site for a longgggggggggg time so I thought I'd make an account and while I'm enjoying the amazing weather haha, I thought I'll suggest a trade. Tell me what you guys think. (Just for fun really)
-2013 Boston Celtics 1st rd pick
-2013 Denver Nuggets & Boston Celtics 1st rd pick
-2013 Denver Nuggets 1st rd pick
TRADE SUMMARY FOR EACH TEAM:
So Boston obviously trade away Rondo, a top 5 point guard in this league. They will however get back Cousins who at 22 isn't even close to his prime and is already arguably a top 10 center with a lot of room to grow. They will also pick up Bynum(expiring contract), who can score in little spurt and gives us a true point for the season. Honeycutt is just a project honestly. We do however lose Barbosa but again that's where Bynum comes in. Wilcox is often injured and to pick up a FA with his skill set won't be too hard to find. Fab not a fan of his and don't see him ever being much of a factor.
The Pistons overall will be giving up 5 players with Drummond being the key component and Maggette being the huge expiring contract. Though they give up Drummond they are going to receive Mcgee, who's is already a defensive stud with a great motor and would make an amazing pair with Monroe. Throw in Rondo and you got the best passer in the league along with two up-and-coming stars in the line-up. Johnson and Wilcox both expiring contracts, but would be nice pieces to just have in the rotation for the season. Factor in Calderon's expiring contract and a high first round upcoming pick and this team could have one of the best young starting 5 in the league next season.
Demarcus Cousins will finally have his way out of Sacramento and with the high pick they are soon the have, Nerlen Noels wouldn't be out of the question. They will have a veteran guard in Barbosa who could drop double digits consistenly when given the playing time, 2 great role players who would strengthen their front court, and two additionally first round picks. The picks won't be great but the Boston pick could fall within the 15-20 spot which should definitely help the Kings out.
Only giving away a low draft pick to go along with Mcgee isn't to bad for what they receive. They get a great scorer, plus 10mil in an expiring contract from Maggette. And besides losing Mcgee they get one of the younger player in the league who's already proving people wrong with his play in Detroit, throw in Melo and they get and addition prospect.
Woooooooooooooooh that was long, and that's what happens when you're super bored and way to much snow outside. Well let me know what you guys think.