Thursday, February 23, 2006

2006 Deadline Trade Log

"Yeeeeah BOY, I'm outta here!"

Post-Deadline deals:

Note: These are NOT completed deals, just the main players involved. I will post more info as I come across it.

Miami receives: SG Derek Anderson

Houston receives: G Gerald Fitch

Cleveland receives: PG Flip Murray

Seattle receives: G Mike Wilks, 2nd round pick, & cash

A few more on the way...

2/23 at 3:10 PM

New Jersey receives: SF Bostjan Nachbar

New Orleans receives: F/C Marc Jackson and Linton Johnson

2/23 at 11:56 AM (edited post deadline)

Seattle receives: PG Earl Watson, SF Bryon Russell, and a future 2nd Round pick (DEN)

Denver receives: PF Reggie Evans, SF Ruben Patterson, and F Charles Smith

Portland receives: SG Voshon Lenard (exp. contract) and F/C Brian Skinner

Sacramento receives: C Vitaly Potapenko and G/F Sergei Monia

2/22/06 at 2:00 PM

New York receives: PG Steve Francis

Orlando receives: SG Penny Hardaway (exp. contract) and SF Trevor Ariza.


At 3:04 PM, Anonymous afroninja said...

do you think zeke realizes that he needs a couple bigs to make this team bigger?

i get it that penny's contract is expiring this year, but come on man, get some height. not another small ball hog to make steph more mad.

At 3:05 PM, Blogger Anthony Peretore said...

I agree man, but they still have Crawford to deal by tomorrow afternoon. We'll see what type of player he can net.

At 4:20 PM, Anonymous Curtis said...

Few more deals trickling out...

Sergei Monia for Brian Skinner

Gerald Fitch for Derek Anderson

Flip Murray for Mike Wilks

And I'm hearing the Sixers have made a deal involving Lee Nailon...

At 5:43 PM, Blogger Nat said...

lee nailon to cleveland and a 2nd round pick for a conditional 2nd round pick is the word

At 6:52 PM, Anonymous wiZo said...

i had a crazy thought......could it be that isiah is a mad genius? dont get me wrong, the guy is nuts (hence the term MAD genius). i guess the term mad scientist would work better as he doesnt have a clear idea of how to build a team, but is simply acquiring as many players as possible and is determined to mix and match until his frankenstein of a team works. so eventually isiah may get lucky.
now, im not necessarily gonna defend isiah....he's still nutty. but i dont think people also realize that his job isnt easy. his job is to rebuild the knicks...without rebuilding. the knicks owner dolan clearly does not want to go through the typical rebuilding phase and has given zeke the green light to spend as much as he needs to get the knicks back on track asap. now, the knicks at this point are so screwed cap-wise...that it makes no sense to get "value" players anymore. even letting penny's contract expire wouldnt put them under the, he at least gets former all-star francis. good fit? probably not. but he's still a talented player (that doesnt play right)...but more importantly, he's another tradeable asset. if this experiment fails, it wont be that hard to move francis or marbury in the offseason. again, im not defending zeke. he's made plenty of terrible moves (like signing the useless jerome james, etc. which btw i think he shoulda made a move for ratliff. port doesnt want him and hes overpaid but would provide some D and toughness to that team) but i wanted to look at it from the NY GM point of view and see if theres a method to his madness....rather than the simple "Knicks suck so Isiah sucks!".

At 7:16 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

maybe thomas should just bring in players whose contracts will all expire at the same time (maybe 2 or 3 years down the road) and at that point, choose maybe four or five of those guys he really wants to keep and rebuild around, and let the other 8 guys walk out so their cap space all gets freed up at once.

At 8:18 PM, Blogger Will Shu said...

hmm. i think isiah might have something up his sleeve. I mean, you can't be this dumb. Maybe he's waiting for disgruntled KG. I mean McHales kinda weird too. And Marbury is a person everyone thinks would pass KG the ball. The trades this year are short of spectacular though.

At 12:15 AM, Blogger larry bird said...

Yes Mchale is kinda weird.

KG and Marbury together again, now that would be interesting. Who thinks that would work well? Not me. But at least the Knicks would be a good team again.

I'm looking foward to some exciting trades most of them have been boring, with no major benefit to any team.

At 12:24 AM, Blogger larry bird said...

Are there any good articles on the worst trades of all time?

Anth, if you have time post a few of your favourite bad trades.

At 11:03 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kobe Bryand for Vlade Divac

Scottie Pippen for Olden Polynice

#1 Pick for Robert Parish and Kevin McHale (who the fuck is joe barry carroll???)

all these trades blow

At 2:00 PM, Anonymous wiZo said...

i heard mchale say KG is going nowhere ....unless he demands a trade. but that some of KGs friends and family support KG demanding a trade.

dirk nowitzki for tractor traylor.
mitch ritchmond for billy owens.
barkley for lang, tim perry, and hornacek.
all the laker trades that brought in wilt, kareem, and the #1 pick that turned into magic johnson.


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