The other reason Sanders and Henson are so valuable is because they are a rare breed of very mobile and very coordinated 7 footers (or close to it). Yea maybe Larry has Butterfingers every once in a while, but for a guy that started playing ball in late highschool he's pretty fluid and has improved in leaps and bounds since he entered the league. Henson is already a pretty smooth operator on the offensive end, and both have the wheels to run in transition and chase smaller players when they need to. They each have far more potential than anybody else on the roster. It would be questionable to trade them away this early on in their careers for anything short of Lebron James or Kevin Durant.
Posted 14 January 2013 - 08:36 PM
Cousins asking price is higher than people think it is was the point I was trying to make. That deal I suggested is the kind of deal itd take to get Cousins and that is why I dont think the Bucks should try to get Cousins, Bucks will make some kind of move if Hammond is indeed stayin on as the GM but I dont think itll be a big move. It's a selling year for draft picks so getting a draft pick from a team like Charlotte or Phoenix who potentially have 2 lotto picks would be ideal I think.
Posted 14 January 2013 - 09:45 PM
draft pick for Cousins. Sure thing...I'm still in on that trade.
But to Ted's point, that's probably not going to happen. As soon as you start putting together a trade that
would be appealing enough to give up Cousins, it doesn't look that appealing to the Bucks.
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