There were some rosters that, surprisingly, didn’t change much this past week. Who do you think most missed out on an opportunity to improve or begin rebuilding?
Which team should've made a deadline deal?
Tags: Chicago Bulls, Dallas Mavericks, Detroit Pistons, Los Angeles Lakers, Miami Heat, Philadelphia 76ers, Polladaday
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i still wish maimi could have pulled a deal off to bring aaron brooks to the heat
I WANTED TO SEE OJ MAYO, RIP HAMILTON, TAYSHAUN PRINCE, JOSH SMITH, JR SMITH & IGOUDALA ON DIFFERENT TIMES. THEY SHOULD’VE ALL BEEN TRADED.
Pistons had pieces to move, yet did nothing. Will Rip just sit on the bench all season now? What a waste.
Sixers could’ve used a little boost, but not at the expense of the pieces that have got them playing good basketball, still coula used a little pick-me-up going into this backstretch
Magic should have gone after the alleged Zach Randolph deal. That said, Pistons needed to make a move (moves?).
i wish miami would have added depth to the bench. go heat and the lakers suck a**
magic should have gotten a big man. they’ve just lost another year.
joe dumars shoulda done a move. preferably a right hook to every1 who is acting up
^^Wolves got Chi-town’s erm fattest Eddy Curry
Miami doesn’t really have much to offer though. i mean miller was on the block but i mean, he wouldn’t get us a good center in return. i trust chalmers and arroyo enough to stay, but joel is undersized, even if his D is good. and well Z and Dampier are gettin pretty old, I wish we could get roy hibbert or sumthin. lol
Joe Dumars is half the reason why the Pistons are in their current condition……
That being said, I don’t think Chicago realizes how valuable Courtney Lee would have been to their team. They definitely undervalued him there. Asik is nice, but turning down Courtney Lee is a very, very questionable decision. Of course, that works out for the Rockets, but still.
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