One of the best things I like about the Clipper's coaching change is that Dunleavy now gets to think full-time about the upcoming trade deadline.
I'm on the edge of my seat
this February 18th
(7-5-7, inverted haiku)
There are three trade ideas (listed below) that I think are most worthy of our consideration, insofar as they are both advantageous and REALISTIC. There's also the option of doing little-to-nothing and using our cap space in the offseason. Let's put it to a vote, then.
Note: I have not included a trade for T-Mac here, as I haven't heard any chatter about it on other sites, plus I don't see why Houston would want to acquire so many of our expirings when they have a pretty good, single expiring already. But go ahead and write it in, if you think it (or anything else) is both better for us and at least somewhat alluring to the other team.
For that matter, go ahead and modify these proposals in any way you like, as long as it is still reasonable to both ball clubs and works on Trade Machine. ... Hey, I too would like to trade Chris Kaman for Dwight Howard, but crap, it's neither legal nor conceivable.
Which trade deadline move would be the best?
Iggy and Dalembert for Camby, AT, DJ, Butler, Mardy, and RDavis (45 votes)
Deng and TThomas for Camby, Butler and a protected pick (16 votes)
CButler for Camby and AT (11 votes)
Little-to-nothing. Preserve our cap-space. (41 votes)
CButler and Jamison for Camby, Mardy, AT, RDavis, and Smith (thanks to JohnR and MWhite). (15 votes)
Create your own trade (details required) (7 votes)
New latecomer: Deng, Hinrich, and Thomas for Camby, Butler, Telfair, RDavis and Mardy (Thanks to Hooch20) (10 votes)
145 total votes