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Thread: Barbosa traded to Pacers for 2nd round pick (Official - post 155)

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    Quote Bendit wrote: View Post
    That is only NJ protecting itself I think. I believe that is the Houston pick.
    The Houston pick is top 14 protected

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    Quote saints91 wrote: View Post
    NJ sent a top three protected draft pick to Portland for Wallace? Wow!
    Based on odds its a 6th overall pick and I think the idea behind it is that they finish the season strong and maybe make the playoffs.

    The Bucks have the 8th seed and are struggling. Then you have the Knicks, Cavs and Pistons in their way. If they finish strong they could make it. They're 4.5 games back.

    If they finish strong and still miss the playoffs you're looking at a mid teens pick. No big deal to a team desperate to keep D-Will.

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    Evidently RR hasnt switched to DST. If BC is logged on he might be late on a deal!!!

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    Wallace gets a mid first rounder or lower and Barbosa gets a late 2nd rounder...

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    Wallace is young, has more impact on the game and he's locked up.

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    Quote saints91 wrote: View Post
    The Houston pick is top 14 protected
    Thks....I thought NJ had sent their pick to Utah (in the DW trade)

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    Quote CalgaryRapsFan wrote: View Post
    haha bi-polar is the theme of the Raptors season for many fans... cheer them on, while hoping for a hard fought loss! Yay! Boo! Yay! Booy! go ping pong balls go!
    yeah it's strange feeling like something bad has happened about 2 seconds after the initial euphoria wears off. Hard fought losses are the best but Blowouts still suck. Thank god I haven't had to deal with too many wins.

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    Quote Apollo wrote: View Post
    Wallace is young, has more impact on the game and he's locked up.
    He's not locked up, he can opt out after this year, Barbosa is 7 months older than him. I agree Crash is better than him, but I don't think by that margin. New Jersey is 6th last right now, there is a good chance that they stay in the top ten.

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    Chris_Broussard Chris Broussard
    Sources: Toronto trading Leandro Barbosa to Indiana for second-round pick and cash considerations

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    Sorry Barbosa is 5 months younger than him

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    Quote Shantz wrote: View Post
    Anthony Carter might be included in the deal too, so it saves the Raptors some money from buying him out. Also, this deal apparently creates a $7.6million TPE which lasts up until the trade deadline next year.

    As we have experienced before the TPE is nothing grand, but that is still a asset the Raptors could choose to use at some point.

    Sam Amick says the following:


    "Source confirms @SpearsNBAYahoo report: Indiana has acquired Leandro Barbosa for 2nd round pick. Anthony Carter likely going to Pacers too"
    Raptors are under the cap. We don't get a TPE.

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    you managed to get something for him and you have until the draft to try to flip it for something better.

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    Tim Chisolm's take on the Barbosa trade:

    http://www.tsn.ca/nba/story/?id=390423

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    Quote Prime wrote: View Post
    Raptors are under the cap. We don't get a TPE.
    Not quite true. They do get an exception. To get the cap space they would have to renounce the TPE.

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    Default Official: Barbosa to Indiana

    The Toronto Raptors announced Thursday they have traded guard Leandro Barbosa to the Indiana Pacers for a 2012 second-round draft pick and cash considerations.

    “This is another move being made with the future in mind,” said Raptors President and General Manager Bryan Colangelo. “It’s difficult to let a player like Leandro go, but this trade further underscores our plan of maximizing salary cap flexibility, acquiring assets and developing our young players.

    “Leandro has unique and special ability as a basketball player, but he’s an even better person away from the game. I’m happy for him to get the opportunity to join a playoff team as he heads into free agency.”


    Barbosa averaged 12.8 points, 1.8 rebounds and 23.4 minutes in 100 outings with the Raptors. He led the bench in scoring in 60 of those 100 appearances. In 42 games this season, Barbosa averaged 12.2 points, 1.8 rebounds and 22.4 minutes.

    The nine-year NBA veteran was acquired by Toronto, along with centre Dwayne Jones, on July 14, 2010 in exchange for forward Hedo Turkoglu.

    The roster now stands at 14 players heading into Friday’s game at Memphis (Sportsnet ONE/Sportsnet’s 590 The FAN).

    Raptors.com

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    Quote Matt52 wrote: View Post
    Fucckkk man. I loved Barbosa, and I wasn't surprised he was traded, it's just the fact we got a low second rounder for him.

    I wish the best to him, and IMO he'll always be a Raptor in the heart of many fans.

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    From Hollinger tweet at ESPN

    johnhollinger John Hollinger
    RT @sam_amick: Raptors announce they have waived Anthony Carter. So he didn't make it into the Indy deal after all

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    Default carter going.....but not in the trade

    http://www.nba.com/raptors/news/carter_031512

    does this affect the numbers much?

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    Quote CalgaryRapsFan wrote: View Post
    Tim Chisolm's take on the Barbosa trade:

    http://www.tsn.ca/nba/story/?id=390423
    He sums it up nicely here:

    So, while it may not have been what people were expecting this is about right for what Colangelo and the club were looking for at the deadline: picks and flexibility. While neither asset acquired necessarily changes the course of the future for the club it offers the team more than they would have gotten had they just let Barbosa expire in July. It's all part of a bigger picture, and while the payoff can be hard to see today it will be a lot clearer once the team starts taking wins seriously again next October.
    I can't help but agree.
    "I don't lie. I willfully participate in a campaign of misinformation." - Fox Mulder

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    Quote Nilanka wrote: View Post
    He sums it up nicely here:



    I can't help but agree.
    I just hope it all works out that way.

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