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You trade Andre you lose the lob. Roy won't go for much now that he's broken. His contract is huge and we're not going to get anyone back who's any better. Patty Mills has zero trade value. Rudy doesn't want to leave Portland anymore, and Camby will be splitting minutes with Oden (god willing) next year. We shouldn't really make any moves unless we get rid of Wes Matthews and even that would be a bad choice. Roy just needs to produce like we all know he can. Confidence is what's holding him back.
ahh, and the trade banter begins ... perhaps we should wait until the end of the season and, when it comes to writing blogs like this, do some fact checking.
Dump Babbitt and the rest of the guys that don't play and go further into the luxury tax...Brandon picked a bad time to deal with his reality, but the good news is that he is finally starting that process, I think. We all know he can still be relevant... and sadly, I don't think we are going to be relevant until he becomes relevant.Brandon, if you take anything away from what took place in Game 2, how you feel you were treated... realize that we still need you... but you are going to have to be confident in yourself before Nate regains his confidence in you. And you are going to have to do it in the limited time you are given.You are right Kassandra... nobody needs to be thinking trades simply because we go down 2 games... we have what it takes, now we just have to find it and make use of it.
Dude, please do some research and recon before you make audacious proclamations. This is just outlandish! We just need to win one game and all will be well
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