We would still have three PGs, I'm not sure we would need another one, and even if we would, we would want a veteran, we have young PGs covered.Originally posted by <b>Trader Bob</b>!
ok .. have their GM contact our GM
but lets not junk it up
1) Zach + Davis for Pierce
2) Zach + Damon + Davis for Pierce + Baker (only if its cancellable) + Welsch
we need a PG in return
I'm not. If Damon has trade value as an expiring contract, trade him.Originally posted by <b>Backboard Cam</b>!
I also get the impression that Nash really does want to keep Damon. I'm okay with Zach/Damon, if they keep working on their game.
oh, the hypocrisy...Originally posted by <b>Backboard Cam</b>!
I've heard Nash say that he has discussed trades involving every Blazer. I'm sure lots of teams would want ZR. But management is trying to put together- to quote them- "a team this city can be proud of." As likable as Pierce is, Porland Loves Zach. Trades so far this season have been PR moves, dropping Zach for anyone short of Duncan or Garnett would be a bad PR move IMO.
Where did you get this idea? He's been playing center for years, and I've never noticed him being markedly shorter than most of his opponents. I haven't seen him play in person, but I've watched a LOT of Theo on TV and never seen nor read such a thing.Originally posted by <b>yangsta</b>!
Ratliff won't be a very effective center in the west. He's really about 6'9" although listed at 6'10".
Zach's been caught once for DUI of marijuana, and he definatly seems like that wasnt an 'oh golly, the one time i do it I get caught'... trading Zach for Pierce would be a good PR move, IMO. And also, we're talking about getting rid of Damon here too, the best PR move of all.Trades so far this season have been PR moves, dropping Zach for anyone short of Duncan or Garnett would be a bad PR move IMO.