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If Wade signs with the Cavs, should Morey risk Bosh?

Discussion in 'Houston Rockets: Game Action & Roster Moves' started by shastarocket, Jul 5, 2016.

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Is Bosh worth the risk?

  1. Yes

    30.2%
  2. No

    69.8%
  1. shastarocket

    shastarocket Contributing Member

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    Bosh has 3 years at $25m/yr remaining fully guaranteed

    I'd imagine this would cost Brewer and a s+t of DMo at the very least
     
  2. DaDakota

    DaDakota Contributing Member

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    Depends upon what the doctors say, but if it can be regulated then Hell yes.

    DD
     
  3. tc0330

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    Hell no
     
  4. mightybosstone

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    This is an easy one: No. Bosh's health is definitely not worth the risk, and the Rockets just put like $35 million a year into two injury prone veterans. That was risky enough, but adding Bosh too would be borderline insane.
     
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    When can we trade Anderson for him
     
  7. ashleyem

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    Let's pull a Billy King: trade Brewer, Harrell, Dekker, 2018, 2020 unprotected 1st round picks, rights to swap in in 2017, 2019 for Russell Westbrook
     
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    Absolutely yes.
     
  9. Vivi

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    **** Bosh. I wish him well but i wouldn't touch him at this point...and he already turned us down two time, let him have fun where he his.
     
  10. Sooner423

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    If he can actually play consistently, hell yes.
     
  11. OTMax

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    No, how many health issues you want.
     
  12. REEKO_HTOWN

    REEKO_HTOWN I'm Rich Biiiiaaatch!

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    No.

    Bosh and Ryno play the same position and Bosh has said he won't play center.
     
  13. Texanasiafan

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    So for the voters that voted yes,

    how many of them are working for State Farm and how many of them are working for All States?
     
  14. RocketsJumer

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    I would do that trade.

    Brewer (8M) and Dmo (17M) for Bosh (25M).

    If Bosh can play, we have a really good team.
     
  15. malakas

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    if there was an option for HELL NO I would click it.

    If Rockets trade for him they CANNOT medically retire him.

    We would have to stretch him.
     
  16. shastarocket

    shastarocket Contributing Member

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    That's it isn't it? If he is unable to play, maybe his salary will be cleared by insurance

    -----

    You want to attract FA's?

    acquire talent and establish culture
     
  17. malakas

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    if he's unable to play then your cap will have 25 million dead salary for the next 3 years OR who knows how much for the next 7. You can't clear him from your books only the Heat can.
    Same case with Pekovic.
     
  18. shastarocket

    shastarocket Contributing Member

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    Aren't there other ways to retire besides "medically"?
     
  19. Texanasiafan

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    If we assume he can't play, then any trade discussion is pointless.

    If he can not play, means he can not clear the physical, even the Rockets will be stupid enough to waive it, when the insurance company has been paying majority of his salary for the last 2 years, they absolutely has the right to reject this kind of shady trade unless the Rockets will somehow dumb enough and agree to pay Bosh instead of the insurance company.
     
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