Friday, February 25th, 2011 at 8:27 am  |  9 responses

Polladaday: Best Moves?

A bunch of teams made trades before yesterday’s deadline hit. Who do you think improved the most?

Who made the best moves before the trade deadline?

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  • Yann Blavec

    Knicks, off course.

  • Sbrubbles

    Was the “off course” sarcastic?

  • Jer dawg

    Glad that Celtics screwed up their core roster, but OKC looking tough on paper. Serge Ibaka and Kendrick Perkins gives them a physical frontline. Two enforcers inside together. But they also might not be disciplined enough. Who knows. Nervous LA fan…. If those two try to muscle Griffin and DJordan I wanna see a fight. Gasol and Bynum don’t scream tough to me. Bynum gotta get his head around the fact that he only has the easiest job as 7footer; play D and catch lob passes for easy buckets.

  • http://google c_cantrell

    if the thunder meet in the playoffs again this year (and i hope with everything in me that they do) then it will be very difficult for gasol and bynum to school perkins and ibaka in the front court.. these superior defensive aces will not give the LA front court anthing easy.. and also thabo is going to be giving kobe fits as usual (btw, i believe thabo guards kobe better than anyone else in the league),, and no point man in lakerville is goin to get by westbrook.. kd is the least reliable starter on d, but when you guard artest for most the game than it really doesnt matter is your a anomaly on the defensive end of the court.. the thunder are obviously a better team defensively (now) than the lakers

  • johnny c

    how could 11 people say the celtics made the best moves?

  • 23-DOOM-50

    How are the Trailblazers not an option for robbing the Bobcats???

  • http://slamonline.com The Black Rick Kamla

    Knicks get out of the East…

  • http://staticseth.blogspot.com Seth

    Thunder EASILY got the best return on the pieces they gave up. Perkins will be good for their match ups with other big men in the West.

  • Valerio

    no doubt: OKC