But to answer your question, yes...I think Dunlap will utilize all sorts of different lineups and we'll be utilizing almost everyone on the roster.
And to be clear, I wasn't laughing at your post or your question; I thought it was funny (yet definitely appropriate with how the thread has been trending) that you felt you had to ask for a "nice" answer.
Funny in a warped kinda way.
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Okay so after the blockbuster trade, are Orlando have an absolute glut of power forwards, do you think this means they are open for business? Now currently Orlando have 6/7 power forwards on their roster. Glen Davis, Al Harrington, Josh Mcroberts, Gustavo Ayon, Andrew Nicholson, Justin Harper and Kyle O' Quin... thats not to mention Hedo Turkoglu and Moe Harkless who both can play at the 4.
Now the players that have just been traded to Orlando may trade that player straight up for another player immediately. If you wish to package that player with another and make a trade, you must wait 60 days.
Now I assume we can take Moe Harkeless of the list as he was the most valuable piece in the Dwight trade IMO. Kyle O'Quinn and Nicholson will be unavailable due to Orlando rebuilding. So that leaves us with Justin Harper, Glens Davis, Al Harrington and Gustavo Ayon.
Now we are selves are rebuilding, so I don't really see Glen or Al fitting or methodology as their contracts are both around 6.5 million and still have 3 years left on them.
This leaves us with Justin Harper, Josh Mcroberts and Gustavo Ayon as players who seem reasonably atainable and who could realisticlly help us. Now which one we go after for me depends on Cho's database. However I would rank them 1)Gustavo 2)Harper 3) Mcroberts... All are on cheap contracts.
Now I am not going to make up some elaborate trade on how to get these guys, but I could really see us contacting the Magic and seeing what we could do
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At the beginning of last season I was a bit sceptical about trading for Mullens. From what I had heard he was a hobo's Dirk Nowitzki, and couldn't do anything but 3-point shooting. However, after the all star break I saw him more in the paint, and developed himself into a true center, which is not surprising if you consider he is 7 foot/feet (don't know which one it is) tall. I know we're in need of a power forward, and I also know some of the people out here won't like my following statement, but I rather like to see Biz play at 4 than to put Mullens on power forward.
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