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    Lakers get Jose, Raptors get Farmar and Adam Morrison's expiring contract and a draft pick if at all possible

    Jack would become the starting PG.

    Risky but maybe a good move as Farmar has some tools

    Jose's defensive shortcomings could be masked by the Lakers and I think he'd pick up the triangle reasonably well

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    It's on the low end of the scale? No?

    Unless, you're a big Jordan Farmer fan and think he can become a top 15 PG down the road.

    An expiring contract + a decent role player/prospect + an end of first round draft pick for Calderon?

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    Bad trade. It would make the Raptors worse and the Lakers a lot better.

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    OK, what's Jose worth?

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    Quote Sam wrote: View Post
    OK, what's Jose worth?
    Sam, you came up with the Jose Calderon for Baron Davis trade idea last season, right? Something along those lines (borderline All-Star or notch below All-Star caliber player) ... as the high end of the scale talent wise = when trading for talent and not cap flexibility.

    Or an elite role player -- I think I've seen Calderon to Portland for Przybilla trade ideas bouncing around -- I think that's along the right track too.

    If one were trading Jose for an expiring + a young player (instead of straight talent, like Jose for BD) I would hope to get a better prospect than Jordan Farmer. I'd be looking for someone that could become an above average starter at their respective position down the road.

    I think Calderon is far too valuable to give up in a straight salary dump. Both as a player in terms of value on the court + in terms of being a trade asset.

    That's where I'd place Jose Calderon's value.
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    How about Jose Calderon and a 2010 first round pick

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    Rodney Stucky and Jason Maxiell.

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    Quote Sam wrote: View Post
    Lakers get Jose, Raptors get Farmar and Adam Morrison's expiring contract and a draft pick if at all possible

    Jack would become the starting PG.

    Risky but maybe a good move as Farmar has some tools

    Jose's defensive shortcomings could be masked by the Lakers and I think he'd pick up the triangle reasonably well
    It sounds like the Lakers get Jose and the Raptors get hosed. Haven't the Lakers been given enough Spaniard free bees in Pau Gasol?

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    How about Jose Calderon and a 2010 first round pick

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    Rodney Stucky and Jason Maxiell.
    I think much more than Stucky for Calderon would be a tough sell at this point... Not that Stucky is going to make the team any better than Calderon can.

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    A logical destination for Jose is Philadelphia where Mo Williams is injured. They could use his outside shooting and more conservative approach to even things out. We shouldn't also discount previous trading history between teams, that always comes into play.

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    Quote Arsenalist wrote: View Post
    A logical destination for Jose is Philadelphia where Mo Williams is injured. They could use his outside shooting and more conservative approach to even things out. We shouldn't also discount previous trading history between teams, that always comes into play.
    you mean lou williams?

    but they just signed AI and they drafted holiday...so they should be good...

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    Quote Sam wrote: View Post
    Lakers get Jose, Raptors get Farmar and Adam Morrison's expiring contract and a draft pick if at all possible

    Jack would become the starting PG.

    Risky but maybe a good move as Farmar has some tools

    Jose's defensive shortcomings could be masked by the Lakers and I think he'd pick up the triangle reasonably well
    How about Jose for Odom! Raps have NO reason to give a quality starting PG up for virtually nothing! Lakers should bend over to pair up Spanish National Team stars Calderon & Gasol.
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    Quote brothersteve wrote: View Post
    How about Jose for Odom! Raps have NO reason to give a quality starting PG up for virtually nothing! Lakers should bend over to pair up Spanish National Team stars Calderon & Gasol.
    Well I think out of any scenario/trading partner the Lakers really are it. I don't believe they'd give up Odom for Calderon though.

    What may be more likely is:

    Calderon and Wright for Walton, Morrison and Farmar and a first rounder.

    However this doesn't make the team any better and I could only see this happening if Bosh was traded first.
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    It would be fun to watch Lamar Odom play alongside Chris Bosh.

    I don't think the Lakers would be willing to give up Odom for Calderon though. Odom is a lot more valuable for their team.

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