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#1 magicbalala245

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Posted September 07, 2008 - 04:07 PM

I'm so glad Lakers aren't in this cause i think odom for price is a bad move odom is better rebounding, handles, and can start a fast break right off a rebound but anyways here is the source and quote

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Pistons' small forward Tayshaun Prince has reportedly been placed on the trade market by executive Joe Dumars, according to The Detroit Free Press.

The rumor initially surfaced in a piece by Chad Ford of ESPN.com.

There are a handful of small forwards that are believed to be on the market including Richard Jefferson (New Jersey), Josh Howard (Dallas), Gerald Wallace (Charlotte), and Prince.


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Posted September 07, 2008 - 04:11 PM

damn it my bad for spelling something wrong on the topic headline again promise it won't happen again
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Posted September 07, 2008 - 04:17 PM

Isn't Richard Jefferson on the Bucks now? It still says New Jersey. :crazy:

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Posted September 07, 2008 - 04:25 PM

Isn't Richard Jefferson on the Bucks now? It still says New Jersey. :crazy:

What I was thinking. Then when i looked at the article, the date was June 21st. If Dumars was REALLY serious about trading Prince, he'd contact and stirr up rumors right away. I doubt Prince will be dealt now unless the deal is good for the Pistons.

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Posted September 07, 2008 - 04:30 PM

What I was thinking. Then when i looked at the article, the date was June 21st. If Dumars was REALLY serious about trading Prince, he'd contact and stirr up rumors right away. I doubt Prince will be dealt now unless the deal is good for the Pistons.


yea i saw the date too but here is another i forget to post up

yes this aritcle says jul 31 but I do kind of believe this that detriot signed kwame brown to move one of there players

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Finally, Kwame Brown is good insurance in case the Pistons swing a trade. Dumars has said already that he intends to make a big trade this off-season, possibly involving either Rasheed Wallace, Antonio McDyess, or young Amir Johnson. If the Pistons deal one of them, Kwame Brown can come in and at least fill a void and play a role for the Pistons without getting in the way too much.


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Posted September 07, 2008 - 04:54 PM

Just click "Full edit" and I'm pretty sure you can change the thread title.

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Posted February 08, 2009 - 03:56 PM

3 Way Deal Involving Amare, Chris Bosh and Tayshaun Prince?

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Rumors are flying around NBA cities leading up to this seasons trading deadline, and now there is a report hinting that Detroit could get involved in a 3-way deal with Phoenix and Toronto that would have Chris Bosh in a Piston uniform.

February 8, New York Daily News: The fast-sinking Raptors are looking to shake things up and have talked to the Suns about trading Amare Stoudemire. But unless they decide to part with Chris Bosh, chances are slim that Raptors president Bryan Colangelo will get the All-Star power forward he drafted out of high school in 2002 when he was Phoenix's top basketball executive.

Bosh has missed the last two games with a sprained knee and his future in Toronto, beyond 2010 - when he becomes a free agent - is up in the air. So Toronto might be forced to get something for him. Detroit has been linked to Bosh in 2010, so it's entirely possible that the Pistons will try to make it a three-way deal. Detroit's Tayshaun Prince is being mentioned as one of the primary players who would end up with the Suns.

This is from Mitch Lawrence, who is not Peter Vecsey but is a New York magazine writer. News of a Chris Bosh trade to Detroit would make quite a few Piston fans happy. Bosh is a player that Piston fans have hoped for since Joe Dumars took Darko Milicic ahead of him in the 2003 NBA draft.

There are several scenarios that could work under the NBA salary cap, all of which would completely alter the current Piston team measurably.

Stay tuned....


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Posted February 09, 2009 - 02:41 AM

Amare, Bosh, ...... and then Tayshaun as a primary piece in a 3-way, the Suns get a crap end of that????
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Posted February 09, 2009 - 10:36 AM

The Suns' have plenty of scorers, they need a lockdown defender, that's what they get in Prince.

When was Amar'e able to defend, all he does is whine and score.

I'd plow Vanessa Bryant.


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Posted April 23, 2009 - 03:49 PM

Raptors Interested In Tayshaun Prince

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The Pistons have very clearly been interested in Chris Bosh and the Raptors have also shown interest in Tayshaun Prince.

While reporter Chris McCosky clearly writes that nobody is saying a deal centered around these two players will happen, he does write that Prince is no longer untouchable.


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Posted April 23, 2009 - 03:50 PM

prince deserves a better team in my opinion

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Posted April 23, 2009 - 03:51 PM

I'd rather have Chris Bosh go to a team on the up swing rather than the down.

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Posted June 22, 2009 - 10:34 PM



The Boston Celtics appear willing to make major roster changes to balance a chance for a championship run and future financial flexibility.

The Celtics offered Ray Allen(notes) and Rajon Rondo(notes) to the Detroit Pistons for a package that included Richard Hamilton(notes), Tayshaun Prince(notes) and Rodney Stuckey(notes), league sources told Yahoo! Sports.

Boston general manager Danny Ainge and Detroits Joe Dumars never spoke, but rather the Celtics had a lower-level executive make the pitch to a Pistons official over the past weekend, league sources said. Detroit immediately rejected the idea, and it never advanced to the two top executives speaking about particulars.


This isn't an uncommon occurrence for a GM like Ainge to dispatch an underling to make that kind of a call, if for no other reason to give the top executive some level of deniability that he's shopping his stars.

This isn't the first time that Allen, a six-time All-Star, has been mentioned in trade talks this summer. Allen, who will soon turn 34, has an expiring contract of nearly $20 million, for next season. Rondo, 24, a rapidly developing point guard, has been publically termed off-limits by Ainge in trade discussion this summer. Nevertheless, his name found a way into this conversation. Rondo averaged 11.9 points, 8.2 assists and 5.2 rebounds in the regular season, and had three triple-doubles in the Celtics playoff run this season.

Boston is unlikely to re-sign Allen to a long-term extension next summer, and there is belief around the league that the Celtics have hesitancy about committing a long-term, expensive contract to Rondo.

There has been some friction with Rondo, largely based on maturity. No issues with him are insurmountable, but Ainge has never minded shopping ideas around the league. Nevertheless, it's hard to imagine a deal that Boston could do with these two players that would give them a chance to stay a championship contender around Kevin Garnett(notes) and Paul Pierce(notes).


For the Pistons, this deal makes little sense, unless they wanted to let Allen's expiring deal gain even more salary cap space for the free-agent class of 2010. The idea of trading his three best returners for an expiring contract and one good young player wasn't worth considering for Dumars, sources said.


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Posted June 22, 2009 - 10:59 PM

wow, the celtics think the pistons are stupid lol
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Posted June 22, 2009 - 11:02 PM

wow, the celtics think the pistons are stupid lol


Dude I want a crack at the Celtics with their Big 3 in the Finals. I don't want KG and Pierce only! I want KG, Pierce, & Ray in the NBA Finals
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Posted June 22, 2009 - 11:02 PM

danny ainge is crazy

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Posted June 22, 2009 - 11:20 PM

Looks like Pierce's so-called Rottweiler is trying to cough something up.

The Celtics are now in scramble mode to stave off another double decade drought. If only McHale were GM of another team, maybe then they could pull off a deal. Tough to get a lop-sided deal without collusion ain't it Danny?

Enjoy the wallowing Boston media/"fans"/ devotees, its going to last a long while.

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Posted June 23, 2009 - 07:53 AM

wow, the celtics think the pistons are stupid lol


Well remember that the Pistons traded Chanuncey for AI....so I can see why the Celts thought Detroit could be pretty naive.

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Posted June 23, 2009 - 07:57 AM

"Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that the Boston Celtics offered the Detroit Pistons two of their best players - but it wasn't at a very cheap price.

According to the report, the Celtics offered Ray Allen and Rajon Rondo to the Pistons for a package that included Richard Hamilton, Tayshaun Prince and Rodney Stuckey.

Despite the intriguing option of adding another expiring contract (Allen) and a young star (Rondo), the Pistons immediately shot down the offer, according to the report.


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Posted June 23, 2009 - 07:59 AM

Dumars isn't that stupid. An old Allen and a attitude-filled player in Rondo for their three best players. :lol:

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