4 team trade that helps all teams

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    4 team trade that helps all teams

    This trade scenario does not include draft picks or cash.
    It seems to make sense for all 4 teams to some degree.

    Celtics receive: Carmelo Anthony, Brook Lopez, Ian Shumpert
    Lakers receive: Deron Williams. Johan Petro
    Nets receive: Andrew Bynum, Steve Blake, Avery Bradley, Tony Douglas, Josh Harrellson
    Knicks receive: Paul Pierce, Rajon Rondo

     
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    Re: 4 team trade that helps all teams

    do the salaries match?
     
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    Re: 4 team trade that helps all teams

    Yes
     
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    Re: 4 team trade that helps all teams

    i dont think the lakers benefit from that at all lol
     
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    Re: 4 team trade that helps all teams

    Knicks are stuck with Melo, his value is plummeting at a scary rate.

    Also why do we help the Knicks out?

     
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    Re: 4 team trade that helps all teams

    In Response to Re: 4 team trade that helps all teams:
    [QUOTE]Knicks are stuck with Melo, his value is plummeting  at a scary rate. Also why do we help the Knicks out?
    Posted by BoylestonBB[/QUOTE]

    Carmelo has some small nagging injuries this year.
    Part of his problem is that NY doesn't have a pg that can get him the ball in scoring position.
    Boston also gets a young center and a very young and athletic guard.
     
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    Re: 4 team trade that helps all teams

    Agree on the PG situation, when Dantoni had Nash he won, when he was in Denver and the pre Nash days in Phx without a PG, he did not.

    I like Melo but the Nuggets record without him and the Knicks record with him is damning.

     

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