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http://www.nydailynews.com/front/breaking_news/story/212480p-182990c.html

Nuggets get Kenyon Martin.
Nets get three first-round draft picks.

No sir. Don't like this deal. Should've gotten Nenę.




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The only way this makes sense is if the new Nets ownership is going to go ahead, pull the plug, and deconstruct the team. That means the sometimes-rumoed Kidd to Golden State rumors could pop up again. At least the picks are likely lottery picks...



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Agreed. Nene is showing he's a player AND he's cap-efficient for the next two years.

That's a NICE little team Kiki Vandeweghe is putting together out in Denver. So assuming Denver wins 45 or so games for the next few years, they just pulled one over on the Nets by hanging onto both Nene AND Camby in this deal.

(edited by Blanket Jackson on 15.7.04 1335)


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    Originally posted by Grimis
    At least the picks are likely lottery picks...


Playoff teams don't get lottery picks. The Nuggets were a playoff team and aren't going anywhere, unless Carmelo's being a year older and adding an All-Star forward while losing no one somehow makes a team worse.



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    Originally posted by JayJayDean
    Playoff teams don't get lottery picks. The Nuggets were a playoff team and aren't going anywhere, unless Carmelo's being a year older and adding an All-Star forward while losing no one somehow makes a team worse.
The article stated that the picks had belonged to the Wizards, Clippers and Sixers...



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    Originally posted by Grimis
      Originally posted by JayJayDean
      Playoff teams don't get lottery picks. The Nuggets were a playoff team and aren't going anywhere, unless Carmelo's being a year older and adding an All-Star forward while losing no one somehow makes a team worse.
    The article stated that the picks had belonged to the Wizards, Clippers and Sixers...


My bad. That could be three potential number one OVERALL picks, then.



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    Originally posted by JayJayDean
      Originally posted by Grimis
        Originally posted by JayJayDean
        Playoff teams don't get lottery picks. The Nuggets were a playoff team and aren't going anywhere, unless Carmelo's being a year older and adding an All-Star forward while losing no one somehow makes a team worse.
      The article stated that the picks had belonged to the Wizards, Clippers and Sixers...


    My bad. That could be three potential number one OVERALL picks, then.


Depends on the level of protection those picks have. If they wait to exercise the options on them a few years from now, maybe a #1 isn't out of the realm of possibility.

Immediate future for NJ though, looks bad. Think Kidd is kicking himself for not going to play with Duncan when he had the chance?

(edited by BOSsportsfan34 on 15.7.04 2045)


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Well, I'm all for it. After today, the only threats to the Pacers in the Eastern Conference are the Pistons and the Heat. And I still think we can take both of them, too.



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    Originally posted by JayJayDean
      Originally posted by Grimis
        Originally posted by JayJayDean
        Playoff teams don't get lottery picks. The Nuggets were a playoff team and aren't going anywhere, unless Carmelo's being a year older and adding an All-Star forward while losing no one somehow makes a team worse.
      The article stated that the picks had belonged to the Wizards, Clippers and Sixers...


    My bad. That could be three potential number one OVERALL picks, then.


They do have protection on the picks until 2008. i read that somewhere but i dont know the details.
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    Originally posted by Grimis
      Originally posted by JayJayDean
      Playoff teams don't get lottery picks. The Nuggets were a playoff team and aren't going anywhere, unless Carmelo's being a year older and adding an All-Star forward while losing no one somehow makes a team worse.
    The article stated that the picks had belonged to the Wizards, Clippers and Sixers...


here is a breakdown of the picks - Clippers, Sixers & Nuggets

    Originally posted by Brad Parks in the Star-Legder
    But Vandeweghe called back Tuesday night with a new offer that included no players but three first-round draft picks: the Clippers', which is lottery-protected in 2005 but unprotected in 2006; the Sixers', which is protected through the top eight in 2005 and the top five in 2006 but unprotected after that; and the Nuggets' 2006 pick, which is protected through the top five in 2006 and the top two in 2007 but unprotected in 2008.






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sad to say but clippers FANS did have hope, after they got andre miller with a good young core group of players(brand, maggette, q) they should have been a lot better, then again they do play in the west.
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