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JOSH SMITH


 

If we are to believe the comments from BSOTS fans, Josh Smith is one of the favorite players to play the PF position with the Suns. Why not? Is it possible? Do we have the right players to try a trade? I think so.

 

http://games.espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=26xyn3n

Hollinger's Analysis: +10 wins

With this trade you have increased this team's projected wins by 10.

Woof!!!  10 more wins; that means 64 wins in the 2010-2011 season, or what is the same, court advantage all the series.

Why did the Suns should make this trade? For obvious reasons, there is no need to explain.

The problem is Atlanta. They have resign JJ, but I get the feeling of being a very unbalanced roster; from my point of view there are many guards and PF, and few SF and C. For the SF position they are very week: Marvin Williams and Maurice Evans, that’s not much. They may play with Bibby – JJ – Williams – Turk - Hordford.

It’s clear that the Hawks aren’t dumb. What else can we offer? 2 first  rounds, 2011 and 2012? Clark? Why not?

 

It seems that 2 first round are too much, but they would be very low, in fact, they would be the n º 30

Suns' roster. A strong starting lineup: Nash-JRich-Hill-Josh Smith-Robin. Off the bench:: Dragic-Childress-Dudley-Lawal-Frye. My bet for the PF position is Lawal. Why? There are 96 minutes available for four players in the front court. Josh Smith played 35' last season; Frye played 27’ and Robin should be important this year and play 25-30'. If Robin plays 25' there are 9' for Warrick. I think these 9’ should be for Lawal and see his progress.

Then we can use Warrick to get a future first round and cut the payroll.

The current payroll is  61,846,737 m$ with 13 players. If the trade is carried out successfully we have a payroll of  63,330,887 m$ with 13 players. But what is more important, we have a younger roster, more balanced and the possibility of using players (Warrick, Clark, JRich) to improve the team via trade, or getting future first rounds.


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