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Trade for Rip

Javaris Crittenton, Nick Young, Mike James for Rip Hamilton

Ok, so the wizards are off to a really shaky start. The locker room chemistry, something we have never had problems with seems to be breaking apart. So why trade for another jump shooter?

Our sg production has been pretty inconsistent. Rips played in dc before. He's played in Flips system so he knows all the little tricks. He can run for days so he will wear opposing twos down. Catch and shoot guy for Gil and a UConn guy for Caron. He's got a ring.

For the wiz these guys weren't going to get any run with us. The Pistons aren't going anywhere anytime soon. Rips got 3 good years left at the most anyways. Get Rip off the books and continue the rebuilding process.

While I think we need a consistent big the most, even before Twan's return Dray had started to come down to earth, if we can add consistent veteran 2 while giving up guys who don't play it might be worth it. We still have Foye, Miller, and Dom along with Blatche to trade for a big. The biggest draw backs are adding 3 more guaranteed years and carrying 4 sgs (Foye, Miller, DSteves). Its a little more appealing then the SJax trade I believe.

What do you guys think?

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