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cloak323
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Fri May-22-20 02:45 PM

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If they get #1 pick you'd like them to draft- who?

Even if Warriors draft 2nd or 3rd, you think they could rock with the next best player- who is?

Rather they trade the pick straight up for a player or package the pick for one player?

A realistic trade offer that you think the partner will actually consider. Any players you got in mind that a team might be willing to let go?


  

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A spitball and to keep this post from falling off
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That's not a good deal
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RE: That's not a good deal
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i dont think the warriors would trade Poole for Robinson str8 up
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RE: Golden State draft or trade
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cloak323
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Sun May-24-20 05:44 PM

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1. "A spitball and to keep this post from falling off"
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Knicks get the pick, Jordan Poole, Kevon Looney.
Warriors get Mitchell, Barrett, Ntilikina.

Mitchell is the key acquisition- defense. Barrett- back Klay and Wiggins. Ntilikina back Steph and maybe this team will unlock his potential. If not he'll be a free agent.
All can be future foundations. Tax money might be a little funny.

Knicks will have two lottery picks. Looney isn't overpaid- Gibson, Portis and Harkless could all be gone. Poole is a promising talent.

Not even a fan, just think they're in a unique and interesting position.

  

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mrhood75
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3. "That's not a good deal"
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Especially when the best player involved for the Knicks would play a position that's already a strength for the Warriors.

They're looking for a player that's going to help them immediately contend, and those three players wouldn't make them a championship caliber team.

Truth is, I don't know if that type of player is going to be available. Giannis isn't going anywhere and Embiid would cost too much and is injury prone to boot.

I'm guessing the keep the pick barring someone pulling a Paul George in the off-season.

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cloak323
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4. "RE: That's not a good deal"
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I don't remember if Mitchell is labeled as somewhat of a knucklehead (might be mixing him up with someone else).
Think he got in foul trouble a lot though. But I like him more than Barrett.
You think drafting a player, Wiseman I guess, will make them better off than packaging the pick for multiple players?

  

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cgonz00cc
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6. "i dont think the warriors would trade Poole for Robinson str8 up"
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much less include a #2 pick in a deal that doesnt fetch an all star caliber player

WHAT A TIME TO BE ALIVE

  

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allStah
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Sun May-24-20 06:36 PM

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2. "RE: Golden State draft or trade"
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Sun May-24-20 06:38 PM by allStah

          

THey need a big man badly, so the pick should be James Wiseman. No doubt.

They don’t need to trade because everything they need is in the draft.

Poole, paschall, are all solid scoring options of the bench.

Curry/Thompson/Wiggins/draymond/Wiseman

That is championship potential.

  

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cloak323
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5. "RE: Golden State draft or trade"
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If they can't get Wiseman, then who?

  

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allStah
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7. "RE: Golden State draft or trade"
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Wel they need a good big man of some kind, and since brooklyn is dead on making Jordan the starter at center, maybe they can get Allen from Brooklyn by trade of the pick. Dude is tenacious on the board and a good defender.

They got six picks in total I think .

The best player in the draft is Lamelo Ball and it’s not even close, but they would have to deal Wiggins to make room for him to play the forward position as a point....

  

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cloak323
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8. "RE: Golden State draft or trade"
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I was looking at Allen, but any other worthy player to come with him will hurt Golden State's cap even more. And they ain't trading for Wiggins.

  

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