Trade proposal - Minn/Hou

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  1. Dru50

    Dru50 Still Chicago's #1 son

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    Minnesota would trade PF Anthony Randolph (69 OVR, B pot, 1 yr at $2.91 M) and a 2013 1st round pick for PF Patrick Patterson (72 OVR, B+ pot, 1 yr at $1.96 mill).

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  2. JFace907

    JFace907 Ron F'n Swanson

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    Approved. My question is, is williams a rent a player? You basically replaced one guy with an expiring rookie deal for another.
     
  3. Dru50

    Dru50 Still Chicago's #1 son

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    Who is Williams?

    If you mean Patterson, he has a 2 year team optionon his rookie deal and as a stretch 4, he fits what I want more than Randolph.
     
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    JFace907 Ron F'n Swanson

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    I just saw young rocket and started talking about that other young kid you fell in love with from my league in 11. Terrence Williams. And that's good you got the team options. Just seeing the info you posted I was thinking you were gonna be in the same pickle between Beasley and another player.
     
  5. Bondzai

    Bondzai Your Mom's Best Friend

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    I don't know that you would need to give up a 1st round pick. Randolph and Patterson are close ratings and contract wise, why throw in a 1st rounder?
     
  6. Dru50

    Dru50 Still Chicago's #1 son

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    I want to try a 2nd but thought you guys might not think that was fair. If you'd be good with Randolph and a 2nd I'll try that.
     
  7. JFace907

    JFace907 Ron F'n Swanson

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    I think a first rounder is about fair. Randolph has no option and a richer contract. Patterson who is a better player also has a way to stay with the team for much cheaper than Randolph can.
     

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