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    Default Re: Potential destinations for Ramon Sessions

    I'd trade sessions for favors in a minute.

    The Jazz would not.

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    Default Re: Potential destinations for Ramon Sessions

    Sessions, Casspi, I would even throw in next years 2nd round pick just to sweeten up the offer a bit... We would have a great young core if we got Favors, and a young guy in the draft. Young core ---> Kyrie, Tristan, Gee, Favors, draft (Beal or Lamb?)

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    Default Re: Potential destinations for Ramon Sessions

    Quote Originally Posted by K2I View Post
    Favors was and is severely overrated. With that said he's better than every big we have.

    But why in the fuck would they trade him for Sessions, especially considering they already have Devin Harris? This has to be a joke.
    So on one hand, you think he is overrated, but on the other hand you don't know why they would part with him for Sessions bc they have Devin Harris...who sucks royal cock? Pick a side. And yes, Harris has been awful this year.

    I still do not get why Utah went for Kanter when they already had 3 skilled PF/C's in Millsap, AJ, Favors.

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    Default Re: Potential destinations for Ramon Sessions

    Derrick Favors, the third overall pick in 2010, is on the trade block, according to Amico. The Jazz would like to acquire a point guard or small forward.
    I am going to assume the Jazz are looking for a good PG (such as Rondo) or a good SF (which we don't have). I certainly can't see them giving up Favors for Ramon Sessions unless the Cavs add some serious sweetener(our draft pick) or take on a bad contract. Honestly none of the Jazz contracts are that horrible. Devin Harris is overpaid but expires in 2013.

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    Rondo for Favors makes total sense for both teams. Ainge should be all over that.

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    Default Re: Potential destinations for Ramon Sessions

    Utah is in a good position with Favors and Kanters. It allows them flexibility with big men.
    Milsap and Al Jefferson contract run out after the 2012-13 season. Utah has team option for the 2013 seasons on Favors and Kanters contract.

    This allows Utah to keep who they want and trade the ones they want,address team needs and gives the rookies 2 years to show their worth.

    CJ Miles contract ends at the end of this season . If the Jazz dont intend to keep him . they could offer him up during the trade deadline this year.

    This allows Utah to be competitive and make the moves to be a contender over the next two season.

    Utah did well moving Deron Williams and have positioned themselves to make a jump that with williams they might not of had the felxibility to do.

    So next year,Jefferson, Harris, Milsap, Raja bell will all be expirings.
    Hayward, Favors, Kanter, and burks will all be in their last contract year before an option year.

    This allows what should be a borderline playoff team the opportunity to make moves.

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    Default Re: Potential destinations for Ramon Sessions

    Quote Originally Posted by warriorsz32 View Post
    Sessions, Casspi, I would even throw in next years 2nd round pick just to sweeten up the offer a bit... We would have a great young core if we got Favors, and a young guy in the draft. Young core ---> Kyrie, Tristan, Gee, Favors, draft (Beal or Lamb?)
    You sure Sessions & Casspi aren't enough to get it done?

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    Default Re: Potential destinations for Ramon Sessions

    Damn, if we could turn Sessions (+ other stuff, maybe the Sac 1st and fillers?) into Favor -- I'd be pretty happy.

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    Default Re: Potential destinations for Ramon Sessions

    Sessions and Andy for Favors and CJ Miles works in the trade machine... maybe picks going back and forth too. Questions is, can we do better than a young PF like Favors for Andy? I'm not so sure.

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    Default Re: Potential destinations for Ramon Sessions

    AV doesnt get traded unless it involves a viable center. If the deal doesnt include a quality center then there is no way the cavs would make the trade.

    preferably a guy with 5+ years experience that has chemistry with irving. and average 3-5 offensive rebounds a game with a high basketball IQ on both ends of the floor. the cavs could use an older guy nearing his thirties. That would be ideal

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    Default Re: Potential destinations for Ramon Sessions

    Isn't it possible Favors could be our center? Just looking at predraft measurements he has very similar and in some cases better measurable than Dwight Howard did at the time. Not saying he's going to be the next Dwight but his physical attributes match up.

    Now, grant it, I haven't watched the kid a ton and if his game is what I've read thus far -- him and TT may have issues on court together. Not really sure though...

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    Default Re: Potential destinations for Ramon Sessions

    Back to back losses for the Lakers

    One to the Wizards other to the Pistons

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3 Da Hard Way View Post
    Back to back losses for the Lakers

    One to the Wizards other to the Pistons
    And John Wall had a terrible game. Makes it even more embarrassing for LA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tornicade View Post
    AV doesnt get traded unless it involves a viable center. If the deal doesnt include a quality center then there is no way the cavs would make the trade.

    preferably a guy with 5+ years experience that has chemistry with irving. and average 3-5 offensive rebounds a game with a high basketball IQ on both ends of the floor. for the cavs needs an older guy nearing his thirties would be ideal

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    your right horribly written. I corrected it

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