The only plausible move for the Cavs at this point is to blow the whole thing up and rebuild. What kind of market do you see for Andy, Mo, Antawn, etc.?Chad Ford (1:18 PM)
Actually Varejao will be the easiest to move if the Cavs are content getting cap relief & a future asset (which they may need to be at this point). Teams always need bigs who can rebound and Varejao would help a lot of squads. Antawn probably has a market too, again if the Cavs are willing to just take back an expiring. Mo Williams will be a little tougher to trade. There's a lot of really good point guards in the league right now. Hickson has a market too.
Andy or JRich would be a perfect fit. Varejao would give us frontcourt toughness.
Hey Chad, big fan...It seems like Alvin Gentry ask for some kind of trade yesterday when he said "I don't know if we can play as many guys as we're playing, we have too many perimeter guys we are trying to work into the lineup. It doesn't work." What do you think?Chad Ford (1:26 PM)
I think anyone can see what Gentry is seeing. Robert Sarver's team of small forwards is interesting to watch, but the Suns aren't going deep with that squad. The problem is ... who do they trade? Jason Richardson has some value because of his contract ... but the rest ... not sure how it nets them a big man.
JRich is a pure scorer. Esp. if we could resign him. He's only 29 and basically gives you everything Melo does plus a 3 point shot.