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Thread: Chad Ford speaks of Deng to Raptors

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    Raptors Republic Veteran Bendit's Avatar
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    That trade would be a steal for the Bulls. The PG position is a severe need for the Bulls. This and Jose's capability/value which I believe is maybe just below Deng's if not equal to makes the rest of the deal a swap of #8 and #29. We also get the pleasure of absorbing 2 (not so cheap) years of Deng's contract as opposed to the 1 expiring and more absorbable one of Jose's.

    I'll drive BC to the airport.

    Chad F.should really stop brain farting in public forums.

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    Most (including myself) would say that Gay is clearly the superior player. But who was the all-star this year? Oh yeah.

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    Quote Nilanka wrote: View Post
    For the sake of argument, trading Calderon does not mean that Bayless is our PG. There would be other moves made in addition to this hypothetical trade.

    But in general, I agree that this move doesn't help the Raptors.
    How doesn't having an all star ace wing defender in the prime of his career help the Raptors?

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    Quote Bendit wrote: View Post
    That trade would be a steal for the Bulls. The PG position is a severe need for the Bulls. This and Jose's capability/value which I believe is maybe just below Deng's if not equal to makes the rest of the deal a swap of #8 and #29. We also get the pleasure of absorbing 2 (not so cheap) years of Deng's contract as opposed to the 1 expiring and more absorbable one of Jose's.

    I'll drive BC to the airport.

    Chad F.should really stop brain farting in public forums.
    Its not a bad trade if the picks are left out of it. BC has to be sure Nash will sign on.

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    Quote thead wrote: View Post
    How doesn't having an all star ace wing defender in the prime of his career help the Raptors?
    The Raptors' runs a flex offense that's heavily reliant on the UCLA cut. It doesn't allow for much spontaneity in plays.

    Luol Deng, however, thrives in a system where he can exploit his many talents at will: driving to the basket, posting up, spotting. That being said, I don't think he'll be able to replicate his success in Chicago here due to our rigid offense.

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    Leave the picks out of it and I'm a go.

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    Deng is vastly underrated on these forums (based on the comments I have