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  • The Rockets have a meeting with Gortat tonight. Could he be our first signing? The Knicks and Hornets both want him bad as well.

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    • Originally posted by princefielder28 View Post
      Just to clarify, they traded for him but your point is understood
      Princeius, it was so much easier to say what I said.

      I'm going to cry when the Pistons sign Ben Gordon.


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      • Originally posted by M.O.T.H. View Post
        The Rockets have a meeting with Gortat tonight. Could he be our first signing? The Knicks and Hornets both want him bad as well.
        Since when? There was that one story during the playoffs and not even a single mention of his name anywhere since Donnie Walsh said he wouldn't talk about it after the playoffs were over and still hasn't even talked about him.

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        • Originally posted by M.O.T.H. View Post
          The Rockets have a meeting with Gortat tonight. Could he be our first signing? The Knicks and Hornets both want him bad as well.
          With the career of Yao on the line, it wouldn't shock me if the Rockets go hard after him. They need him more then the Knicks right now, and the Hornets still have Chandler. I think Walsh likes Gortat, but not enough to jeopardize what he did for the future. Kidd on the other hand could be had on the cheap, split some time with Duhon, and have him as a big selling point for LeBron. But if we don't get him I'll be fine with it, cause we probably will sign Nash next offseason. And with the poor economy, and teams tightening their budget, maybe Lee just accepts the qualifying offer, and is good trade bait during the season.


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          • and I hope this deal goes down

            http://realgm.com/src_wiretap_archiv...or_t_mac_deal/

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            • ewww...I just read that the Thunder are interested in pursing Ben Gordon and may offer a contract to compete with the Pistons.

              Not sure how realiable the source is
              http://dimemag.com/2009/06/thunder-d...to-ben-gordon/

              The price on Milsap seems too steep, I'd rather overpay a little for Gortat and keep Green at the 4.

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              Originally posted by BaLLiN72
              i wish NFLDC had something like "wall to wall" where we could see Brodeur and Job's conversations.
              Originally posted by Job
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              • Originally posted by Brodeur View Post
                Princeius, it was so much easier to say what I said.

                I'm going to cry when the Pistons sign Ben Gordon.
                I have no idea why we'd sign him. Maybe we'll trade Rip and Maxiell for TMac's expiring contract or something.

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                • Originally posted by LTgiants View Post
                  with yao's injury it doesn't come as big surprise


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                  • Originally posted by aNYtitan View Post
                    With the career of Yao on the line, it wouldn't shock me if the Rockets go hard after him. They need him more then the Knicks right now, and the Hornets still have Chandler. I think Walsh likes Gortat, but not enough to jeopardize what he did for the future. Kidd on the other hand could be had on the cheap, split some time with Duhon, and have him as a big selling point for LeBron. But if we don't get him I'll be fine with it, cause we probably will sign Nash next offseason. And with the poor economy, and teams tightening their budget, maybe Lee just accepts the qualifying offer, and is good trade bait during the season.
                    Source: Lee Leaving For Grizzlies Or Thunder

                    Jun 30, 2009 9:30 PM EST

                    A source told Ken Berger that he believes David Lee's days as with the Knicks are over.
                    Agent Mark Bartelstein will reportedly have Lee sign an offer sheet with the Grizzlies or Thunder that the Knicks will not be willing to match.
                    "It's a tough loss for New York, but they don't want to screw up their 2010 plan," the source said.

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                    • Originally posted by the decider13 View Post
                      ewww...I just read that the Thunder are interested in pursing Ben Gordon and may offer a contract to compete with the Pistons.

                      Not sure how realiable the source is
                      http://dimemag.com/2009/06/thunder-d...to-ben-gordon/

                      The price on Milsap seems too steep, I'd rather overpay a little for Gortat and keep Green at the 4.
                      Uhh, didn't they just draft James Harden? Not sure I understand why they'd go after him, but I'd be happy to see Gordon sign in OKC.

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                      • Originally posted by LTgiants View Post
                        I'm new to this, but that doesn't make sense to me? Why would the Rockets take on a big contract and crappy players to give up at least a nice player who has an expiring contract?

                        I understand getting rid of TMac, but isn't Curry crappy?


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                        • Originally posted by M.O.T.H. View Post
                          Source: Lee Leaving For Grizzlies Or Thunder

                          Jun 30, 2009 9:30 PM EST

                          A source told Ken Berger that he believes David Lee's days as with the Knicks are over.
                          Agent Mark Bartelstein will reportedly have Lee sign an offer sheet with the Grizzlies or Thunder that the Knicks will not be willing to match.
                          "It's a tough loss for New York, but they don't want to screw up their 2010 plan," the source said.


                          That means the Thunder are going to pay a crazy amount for Lee.

                          1. Westbrook/Livingston
                          2. Harden/Thabo
                          3. Durant/Mason(if he signs)
                          4. Green/White
                          5. Lee/Kristic

                          That's not a bad lineup.

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                          Originally posted by BaLLiN72
                          i wish NFLDC had something like "wall to wall" where we could see Brodeur and Job's conversations.
                          Originally posted by Job
                          NFLDC would be jizzing itself non-stop.

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                          • Originally posted by LTgiants View Post
                            Since when? There was that one story during the playoffs and not even a single mention of his name anywhere since Donnie Walsh said he wouldn't talk about it after the playoffs were over and still hasn't even talked about him.
                            Broussard said they were meeting with his people, somewhere down the line. Along with the Hornets, Rockets, and maybe the Kings. He's visiting w/ the Rockets right now. If you guys do meet with him it would surely be after this Kidd thing is resolved. That meeting is tomorrow.

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                            • Originally posted by princefielder28 View Post
                              with yao's injury it doesn't come as big surprise
                              I'm sure they can do better than Eddy Curry for TMac's expiring.

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                              • Originally posted by JBond93 View Post
                                I'm new to this, but that doesn't make sense to me? Why would the Rockets take on a big contract and crappy players to give up at least a nice player who has an expiring contract?
                                The Rockets have been successful without McGrady over the past two seasons and with Yao possibily have a career ending injury they're going to need to have a capable starter at the 5 and that's where Curry comes in.


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