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Cpt MasterShake's 2010 MD and FA Trade Center

Posted on: June 2, 2010 11:50 am
Edited on: June 26, 2010 9:38 pm
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Here I will update and list the Trades that occur beginning June 3rd. Please redo your roster with the updated effects of any trade involving your team after approved trades. Please do this in the correct format as most teams have done already.


Trade #1 -

Pacers Get:
Mike Conley ($4.9M)
Ronnie Brewer ($3.8M)
#12
#25
Total $8.7M
Grizzlies Get:
Mike Dunleavy ($10.5M)
#10
Total $10.5

Trade #2 -

Utah trades Mehmet Okur to the Golden State for Corey Maggette

Utah trades Kosta Koufos and the #55 pick of 2010 draft to Detroit for Jason Maxiell

Golden State trades Andris Biedrins and #34 pick of 2010 draft to Detroit for Tayshaun Prince and #36 pick of 2010 draft.

Teams total salary before trade proposal

       Detroit                            Utah                                 Golden State    
  $56,620,000                     $45,340,000                            52,800,000

Incoming salaries

K. Koufos 1,298,640         C. Maggette 8,900,000       T. Prince 11,147,760
A. Biedrins 9,000,000       J. Maxiell    5,000,000         M. Okur  9,450,000
pick #35 (via GS)  0.00                                             pick #36 (via DET) 0.00
pick #55 (via UT)  0.00

Outgoing salaries

T. Prince 11,147,760           M. Okur 9,450,000             A. Biedrins 9,000,000
J. Maxiell   5,000,000         K. Koufos 1,298,640         C. Maggette 8,900,000

Original team salary + incoming salary

DET- 66,918,640             UT-59,240,000               GS-73,397,760

Total team salary - outgoing salary for new team salary for each team.

66,918,640                          59,240,000                 73,397,760
-16,147,760                        -10,748,640              -17,900,000

50,770,880                          48,491,360              55,497,76

Trade #3 -

Hornets
Troy Murphy             $12.0M
T.J. Ford                   $8.5M
Brandon Rush         $2.1M
#25
#57                                       
                                 $22.6M

Pacers :
David West                 $8.3M
James Posey              $6.5M
Morris Peterson          $6.65M
#11                                     
                                  $21.45M


Trade #4 -

The Thunder  and Timberwolves  have agreed to a trade.

Thunder receive: Al Jefferson     13,000,000 
                        Ramon Sessions      3,964,320
                        23rd pick


Total Salary = 16,964,320

Wolves receive:  Russell Westbrook    4,017,720
                        21st pick


Total Salary = 4,017,720


Trade #5 -

Trade Part one -
Raptors receive -

JaVale McGee - C/PF - $1,601,400
Trade Exception (Brendan Haywood ) - $6.0M

Wizards receive -

Reggie Evans -PF - $5.08M

Trade Part two -
Raptors receive -

Quinton Ross -SG - $1,146,337
Trade Exception (Drew Gooden ) - $4.5M
Draft pick #30

Wizards receive -

Marcus Banks - SG - $4.752M
Pick #13

Overall trade -

Raptors Receive -
JaVale McGee - C/PF - $1,601,400
Trade Exception (Brendan Haywood ) - $6.0M
Quinton Ross -SG - $1,146,337
Trade Exception (Drew Gooden ) - $4.5M
Draft pick #30

Total salary for Toronto's books 2010 - (excluding picks) -$2,747,737

Wizards receive -
Reggie Evans -PF - $5.08M
Marcus Banks - SG - $4.752M
Pick #13

Total salary for Washington's books 2010 - (excluding picks) -$9,832,000

Trade #6 -

Suns get: (23,622,320)

Vince Carter (17,300,000)
Marcin Gortat (6,322,320)
#29 overall pick

Magic get: (21,544,444)

Jason Richardson (14,444,444)
Leandro Barbosa (7,100,000)

Trade #7 -

Suns  get: (5,116,088)

Delonte West  (4,658,500)
Danny Green  (457,588)

Cavs get: (3,781,588)

Grant Hill  (3,324,000)
Taylor Griffin  (457,588)
#46 overall
$2,000,000 Trade Exception

Trade #8 -

Utah Jazz trade-
Andrei Kerilenko -$17,822,187
Pick #9

for

Washington Wizards -
Andray Blatche -$3,260,331
Nick Young - $2,630,503
Al Thornton - $2,814,196

Trade #9 -
Clippers  Get:
Luol Deng  $11,355,850
Kirk Hinrich  $9,000,000
17th Pick
                $20,355,850

Bulls  Get:
Baron Davis   $13,050,000
Eric Gordo n   $3,016,680

$16,066,680

Trade #10 -


Clippers  Get:
Darren Collison     $1,361,040
Brandon Rush       $2,069,040
Peja Stojakavic   $15,336,000
25th pick
57th pick
     Total Salaries $18,766,080 


Hornets  Get:
Kirk Hinrich      $9,000,000
Luol Deng     $11,355,850
Total Salaries: $20,355,850
Trade exception (Bobby Brown ) $1,107,572


Trade #11 -

Miami receive -
Picks 13 and 35

Washington receive -
Picks 18, 41, and 42

Trade #12 - 
The Timberwolves and Rockets have agreed on a trade.

Timberwolves Get:
Trevor Ariza              $6,322,320
Jared Jeffries            $6,883,400
#14 pick

Total Salary             $13,205,720

Rockets Get:
#16 pick
#45 pick
#56 pick

Trade #13 -

Nets Get:
Eric Gordon        $3,016,680

Bulls  Get:  
Kris Humphries $3,200,000
Yi Jianlian           $4,051,000  
3 Million Dollar Trade exception


Trade #14 -

Rockets Get:
Joakim Noah - $3,128,563
Baron Davis - $13,050,000

Bulls Get:
Kevin Martin - $11,100,005
16th Overall



Trade # 15 -

The Houston Rockets and Cleveland Cavaliers have agreed to a trade.
Cavaliers get:
Yao Ming - C - $17,686,100
Rockets get:
Antawn Jamison - SF - $13,358,905
#46 pick

Trade # 16 -

Pacers  Get:  
Andres Nocioni    $7,500,000
Spencer Hawes   $2,332,800
5th Overall
16th Overall
                                  $9,882,800

Kings  Get:  
11th Overall
12th Overall
Taj Gibson         $1,117,680

Bulls  Get:  
David West            $8,287,500
Francisco Garcia $5,800,000
(I will use my 3 Million Dollar Trade Exception on Francisco Garcia . Real salary is now 2,800,000)

Trade #17 -

Timberwolves Get:
Yi Jianlian     
$4,051,000  
37th Overall


Bulls Get:
Luc Richard Mbah a Moute $854,389


Bucks Get:
Kris Humphries $3,200,000
21st Overall

Trade #18 -

Warriors get
2nd pick($3,835,600)
Andre Igoudala SF($12,345,250)
Mareese Speights PF($1,773,960)
Jodie Meeks SG($762,195)

76ers get
6th pick(2,554,200)
Anthony Randolph PF($1,965,720)
Monta Ellis PG/SG($11,000,000)

Trade # 19-

Nets Get:
Kevin Martin $11,100,005

Bulls Get:

Chris Douglas-Roberts $854,389
Courtney Lee            $1,352,640 


Trade #20 -

Raptors
Get
Beno Udrih $6,655,000
12th pick
33rd Pick

Total Salary Excluding Picks: $6,655,000

Kings get
JaVale McGee  $1,601,040
Jarrett Jack $4,600,000
30th Pick

Total Salary Excluding Picks: $6,201,040

Trade #21 -

Raptors receive

Austin Daye (1,803,720)

Pistons Receive

#33 pick in 2010 draft

Trade #22 -

Pacers get:

LaMarcus Aldridge $10.7M
Andre Miller $7,269,264
Rudy Fernandez $1,246,680
#22 pick
#44 pick

Trail Blazers get:

Dahntay Jones $2.5M
Morris Peterson $6,641,400
Jeff Foster $6,655,000
Andres Nocioni $6,850,000
#5 pick
#16 pick


Trade #23-

Clippers Get:
Andray Blatche $3,260,331
Paul Milsap      $6,200,000
Ronnie Price    $1,380,000
14th
37th 

Jazz Get:
Chris Kaman   $11,300,000
Yi Jianlian       $4,050,500

Twolves Get:
8th


Trade #24 -

Clippers Get:
11th

Kings Get:
14th 
Brandon Rush   $2,069,040

Trade # 25-

Kings Get
Craig Brackins 
$1,003,560

Grizzlies Get 
Willie Warren
$996,240


Trade # 26 -

Clippers  Get:
Paul George      $1,677,840
Ersan Ilyasova   $2,320,500
47th

Bucks  Get:
Paul Milsap     $6,200,000
Ronnie Price    $1,380,000
54th
57th

Trade # 27 -

Clippers Get:
34th

Pistons Get:
37th
47th


Trade #28-

Pistons receive

Chris Douglass Roberts ($853,389)

Bulls receive

pick #37


Trade #29 -

Clippers Get:Pattrick Patterson $1,859,160
48th 

Heat Get:
Al Farouq-Aminu $2,060,040


Trade #30 -

Heat Get:
Alabi- $457,588
Courtney Lee- $1,352,640
Mbah a Moute- $854,389

Bulls Get:
Cook- $2,169,856
Ebanks- $868,600

Nets Get:
Al-Farouq Aminu- $1,772,100


Trade #31 -

Spurs Get
Rudy Gay ($11.5M due in 2010)

Grizzlies Get
Tony Parker ($13.5M due in 2010)
49th Pick in 2010 Draft
Cash Considerations

Trade #32 -

Washington Wizards:
Gilbert Arenas -$17,730,694
2014-2015 2nd rnd pick
for

Los Angeles Lakers:
Andrew Bynum - $13,842,332
Sasha Vujacic - $5,475,113
Matt Bouldin - $480,600

 Trade #33 -

Washington Wizards:
Andrei Kirilenko -$17,882,187
2012-2013 1st round pick
2015-2016 2nd rd pick

Eric Dampier -$13,075,000 (immediatly released from the Wizards (crazy contract) and is now a Free Agent)
DeShawn Stevenson -$4,151,786

Trade #34 -
Clippers  Get:
Gerald Wallace         $9,862,500
Nazr Mohammed      $6,883,500
Total:                        $16,746,000

Bobcats  Get:
Quincy Pondexter   $1,117,680
Ersan Ilyasova         $2,320,500
Luke Babbitt             $1,713,600
Andray Blatche         $3,260,331
Total:                           $8,312,111

Trade #35 -

Dallas :
Shawn Marion -7,305,500
Eduardo Najera -2,800,000

Toronto -
Hedo Turkoglu - 9,800,000


Trade #36 -

Clippers Get:
Craig Brackins   $1,085,400

Kings Get:
2012 1st round pick
2011 2nd Round Pick

 Trade #37 -

Mavs Get  
Jarrett Jack  
$4,860,000 million
Brandon Rush  
$2,069,040 
Jerome Jordan  
$824,200
Eric Dampier -SNT -
  
 11,164,800 (11,250,000) (11,750,000) (11,835,200) = 46,000,000  

2012 1st Round Draft Pick
2012 2nd Round Draft Pick
2013 2nd Round Draft Pick

$18,918,040



Kings    Get  
Rodrique Beaubois 
$1,156, 080 million
Brendan Haywood  
$7,200,000  (7,400,000) (7,615,000) 
(3 years $17,822,200)
Caron Butler  
10,561,960

$18,918,040
 

This solved all your needs, you get beaubois, you get Butler as a Guard, and still have an MLE to spend on a guard, and you get Haywood (I had to use Non-bird to resign him.)


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Category: NBA
Comments

Since: Aug 16, 2006
Posted on: June 18, 2010 2:46 pm
 

Cpt MasterShake's 2010 MD and FA Trade Center

I know its  a small sample, but Sessions in 47 games started has averaged over 14 points a game and 8.4 assists per game and 2.6 turnovers a game.  Thats a 3-1 assist to turnover ratio, and he can rebound averaging just over 4 a game as a starter.  The Thunder can still run, they got a more of a post presence in Jefferson, while they lose Westbrooks scoring ability, they get it back with Jefferson and they don't lose as much with Session ability to push the ball and his assist to turnover ratio.  He has great court vision.  I expect with this lineup the Thunder can really push in the West.



Since: Mar 23, 2009
Posted on: June 11, 2010 8:57 pm
 

Cpt MasterShake's 2010 MD and FA Trade Center

I think trading Westbrook was the biggest mistake made to this point. The Thunder arent the same without him and they are a team that pushes the ball so why they would elect to go after Jefferson is beyond me, especially since they are trying to trade for a PG. Westbrook is as big a part of the success in OKC as Durant, he should have been untouchable. The Thunder just needed a guy to be able to play good post defense and rebound, they didnt need a 20/10 guy who will require lots of touches to be happy and slow the team down.



The Warriors move to number 2 would have been the move of the "season" if he would have drafted Cousins or Favors, where the Warriors have a real need. Instead he selected a clone of Iguodala. When people are drafting and trading they arent taking chemistry and team style into play.  If do give kudos to the Warriors or Philly West, for getting rid of Ellis. Hugely overrated combo guard, he had to eat the bigger contract but Iguodala is a better fit than Ellis since they already have another combo guard with a lot more upside in Curry.




Since: Aug 16, 2006
Posted on: June 10, 2010 9:49 pm
 

Cpt MasterShake's 2010 MD and FA Trade Center

I think the Thunder and Warriors made two of the best moves... Warriors get the 2nd pick and AI, while the Thunder get Al Jefferson who is better then any big man they have, and Sessions who is a very under the radar type of PG. Losing Westbrook will make a difference, but with the players they have adding Jefferson will more then makeup for that.



Since: Aug 26, 2009
Posted on: June 9, 2010 2:00 am
 

Cpt MasterShake's 2010 MD and FA Trade Center

Trade #12 -  If for any reason someone thinks this isn't allowed, please let me know

I think the #12 trade is great for both GM's. Jeffries+Ariza equal 13 Million dollars in cap now freed by the Rockets who have room to make some moves in FA and via trades. The 14th pick was a sweetener to take the two players without giving cap back. They also received three draft picks to add depth to a team that really is looking for one big player/weapon to get back into the Western Conference playoffs and via for a spot. All you need to do is make the playoffs to have a chance at winning and I think this move allows them to do so.

The Wolves get Ariza who is a solid starter and the 14th Overall which they can use for either a big to replace Jefferson or a value pick where they can draft the best available player. Jeffries hurts their cap, but they had cap to space after unloading Jefferson's big contract. I like both sides of the deal



Since: Mar 7, 2007
Posted on: June 4, 2010 11:38 am
 

Cpt MasterShake's 2010 MD and FA Trade Center

You can't count Draft picks against the cap when trading.


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