Originally Posted by Bankiz
i think in the trade value, we miss an ingredient : the market by market value.
jose has value for :
- Lakers :they need a real pg
- GSW : they need someone who can really be their pg first
- PHX : they need to think about post-nash era.
- NYK : they really need a pg who can distribute the ball between stoud and anthony.
- lakers : they will improve with a vet playmaker in their second unit.
- NYK : barbo knows d'antoni system, and as his backuo sg behind fields, he would give them scoring abilities.
- wash : they lack good scorer in their second unit.
- atlanta : they need to bring a scorer in their second unit like Boston, PHX,etc...
kleiza, when healthy would have value for team like spurs who don't have depth at SF.
i really think BC has some opportunity in the near futur to make change and get some solid value for our trade-value-players.
i think before the deadline, they will some move, maybe little ones, but some. if he doesn't want to amnesty jose to get more cap sapce, he has to bring big player here with trade, instead of FA whom will be difficult to bring here, even overpaid.
The Lakers don't really need a true PG for their system and as long as Kobe is there since he handles the ball the majority of the time. Calderon, though, would help stretch defences, but then again Fisher and Blake also do that.
GS doesn't need a PG at all, as they have Curry. Ellis can also play some PG. The issue with Curry is durability, but they won't be dealing him in order to acquire Calderon
since JC would be a downgrade.
Phoenix needs a PG once Nash leaves/retires, but they need a young PG, not one who is 30 years old.
The Knicks definitely need a PG, but they don't have the cap space nor the trade pieces to land a PG.
As for Barbosa, one team to add is Chicago. They need a scorer off-the-bench, and Barbosa fits the bill. SA would also be a good fit, especially with Ginobli's injury.