Ty Law, Rudy, Faried, Brewer, Koufos + whatever sweeteners
Dwight and Hedo
If we're lucky we might even be able to swipe a pg or sg to help us out at our weak spots (PG and SG).
Why Denver does it: Dwight Howard. We take a huge hit in our depth and lose a great future PG in Ty Law but honestly? This team could contend for the 'ship NOW and in the future (if Dwight signs extension). Ty Law is great but he's too small to be a franchise PG. Trading depth for quality is a good move. I know Dwight said he'd only sign an extension in Dallas, NJ, LA, or Orlando, but if we are in serious contention to win a championship this year (or hell, even WIN it) I think that will have Dwight considering the stay.
Why Orlando does it: They HAVE to trade Dwight before the year ends or they lose him for nothing. Dallas only has old players to offer the Magic. Lakers only have a sketchy Bynum since they're unwilling to part with both him and Gasol. Nets were offering Brook and a 1st rounder but now Brook broke his foot. We are giving them a great and young PG, a super energetic rookie who would help fill seats during the lottery days in Faried, a nice piece in Corey Brewer and two expiring contracts in Rudy and Koufos of whom they could either let walk or resign. And of course we take Turk's albatross contract. This is the best offer I can see Orlando getting.
So yeah, what do you guys think about this? Would the Magic even do it? Is it even good for the Nugs?
Opinions on trade?
Good trade, realistic, CHAMPIONSHIP (3 votes)
Good trade, unrealistic, pipe dream (23 votes)
Bad trade, realistic, a twice broken heart (17 votes)
Bad trade, unrealistic, pointless post (29 votes)
72 total votes