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Random Houston Rockets Trade Ideas - 2015-16

Discussion in 'Houston Rockets: Game Action & Roster Moves' started by Clutch, Jul 12, 2015.

  1. Codeskye

    Codeskye Member

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    Seth produced when he was given minutes. Goudelock hasnt seen much play this past season.

    We are not asking seth curry to score 14 a game. We just need a shooter off the bench that can make at least two 3s a game.
     
  2. Codeskye

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    Lakers will jump on that trade and harden is from artesia, ca. They get a legit and a hometown player.
     
  3. lionaire

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    Much better than Goudelock for sure.
     
  4. yahboyryan

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    Clarkson, Russell, Williams, Bass, and Randle for Harden & Brewer
     
  5. fattz

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    Boston has 3 second round picks and 3 first round picks. There is no way 6 rookie players will be added to that already young team. This is a really good draft for role players not stars but role players. We need role players in the worst of ways. I want Boston's 3 second round picks because I do not want to be tied to the first round contracts if / when it doesn't work out. What do we have Boston would want? Harden and Dmo and we are done. I like Dmo a lot; that said he was already trade this season.

    Dmo S&T
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    31, 35, and 45

    With our 2 and Boston's 3 DM can hit on 2 maybe 3 of the 5 picks. One for sure = replacement for DMo. (In time if we go Fench)

    Sidenote --> Dmo pushes Boston to another level which is good for DMo.
     
  6. Vivi

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    I think D.Mo may be on their radar, but they'll look for a big trade first, they want a top player so they can go after Durant and Horford in free agency and form another big 3 so, maybe there's a chance with them only if they miss on a big trade...the problem here is that we have no time to waste, i expect Morey to act as soon as possible so, not sure there's a good chance to deal with the Celtics...
     
  7. fattz

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    Maybe Boston would do the same trade and add 23 for Howard.
     
  8. Liberon

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    Durant isn't going anywhere in free agency. That ship has sailed. He's accustomed to his guys and that OKC team is close. Look at how many OKC group hangout pictures appear around the internet. Durant is super close to his teammates. Nobody has a chance.
     
  9. Sen89

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    Russell/#2 for Harden is one of the few deals that I would do.

    Russell is underrated and will be a perennial All-Star once his body develops and he gains another 1-2 years of experience.

    If Simmons is there at #2, he's the perfect running mate for Russell, as they played together in school and he's the versatile point-forward/high-post that would be a terror with Russell in the P&R (ala Steph/Green).

    And if Ingram is there, that works well too, with him being the prototypical long wing who can shoot/score on and off the ball, and defend multiple positions with his 7'4" wingspan.
     
  10. DustinS

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    My pipe dream

    Sign Conley- 16 million/ year
    Sign Horford- 18 million / year
    Sign Tucker- 7.2 million / year

    Trade- Ariza + Beverley for Blake Griffin
    Trade KJ McDaniels for Michael Carter Williams
    Trade Brewer+ Harrell + Dekker for Bass + Lou Williams


    If it were to go down like that we would be at 92 million.
    Fill out remaining holes in roster with vet min contracts like Josh Smith, Amare, Brooks etc.

    Conley/MCW/Brooks?
    Harden/Lou Williams
    Tucker/Beasley/2nd rounder?
    Griffin/Bass/Smith?
    Horford/Capella/Amare?
     
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  11. HTX Ninja

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    If Dwight leaves in Free Agency
    1st option: Trade for a Center
    2nd option: Draft for a Center
    3rd option: Sign a Center during Free Agency
    4th option: Sign Joey Dorsey or a Euroleague Center
     
  12. R=$

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    Houston Rockets Trade Breakdown
    Change in Team Outlook: -0.7 ppg, +1.0 rpg, and -0.4 apg.
    Incoming Players
    Markieff Morris
    26 year old, 6-10, 245 lb PF from Kansas
    12.0 ppg, 5.5 rpg, 1.9 apg in 25.5 minutes in 2015-2016
    Outgoing Players
    Trevor Ariza
    30 year old, 6-8, 215 lb SF from UCLA
    12.7 ppg, 4.5 rpg, 2.3 apg in 35.3 minutes in 2015-2016:grin:
     
  13. JamalP.

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    I like the Idea of Markeiff but I think it would mean not bringing back Beasley. Which Beasley at the price of 1 million and loose change is probably a better option.
     
  14. Drake Remoray

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    What would it take to get Okafor away from Philly?
     
  15. R=$

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    Houston Rockets Trade Breakdown
    Change in Team Outlook: -6.7 ppg, +3.7 rpg, and -2.5 apg.
    Incoming Players
    Jimmy Butler
    26 year old, 6-7, 220 lb GF from Marquette
    20.9 ppg, 5.3 rpg, 4.8 apg in 36.9 minutes in 2015-2016
    Taj Gibson
    30 year old, 6-9, 225 lb F from USC
    8.6 ppg, 6.9 rpg, 1.5 apg in 26.5 minutes in 2015-2016
    Outgoing Players
    James Harden
    26 year old, 6-5, 220 lb SG from Arizona State
    29.0 ppg, 6.1 rpg, 7.5 apg in 38.1 minutes in 2015-2016
    Corey Brewer
    30 year old, 6-9, 186 lb GF from Florida
    7.2 ppg, 2.4 rpg, 1.3 apg in 20.4 minutes in 2015-2016:)
     
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    He's not a fit. Look at Noel instead.
     
  17. malakas

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    Look at neither, we don't have the assets to even get in the conversation.
     
  18. fattz

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    I like it but we need a 5. Capela needs a vet to play with him or traded for multiple picks. If DMo is gone then yes, too.
    Ariza could / should be part of a bigger deal to net a rebounding / D center.--> RoLo
     
  19. RasaqBoi

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    Don't care too much about Horford but man I would love Griffin, MCW and Lou Williams on this team.
     
  20. fattz

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    Same here would like to build our team around Giffin it would take Harden to get him. Which I would do, anyway. But a back court of Harden and CP3 sounds like a fist fight over the ball.
     

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