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Trading for Philadelphia's Number Two Pick




So... I was on ESPN looking around and in their TrueHoop segment, it said that the Philadelphia 76ers were shopping their second pick in the 2010 draft. ESPN said that Philadelphia was looking for someone to take Elton Brand's contract off their hands. I came up with the following trade just as a thought.

Wizards Trade

Gilbert Arenas, Andray Blatche, and a Trade Exception for cash

76ers Trade

Number Two pick in 2010 draft, Elton Brand  and future 2010 draft pick

I personally think the trade works out nicely for both teams, the Wizards lineup would end up (if we pick John Wall and Evan Turner at 1 and 2) as follows

PG: John Wall

SG: Evan Turner

SF: Josh Howard

PF: Elton Brand

C: JaVale McGee

 

Or, the Wizards could participate in a three team deal that would include say the Miami Heat, WIzards, and 76ers

Wizards recieve:

Elton Brand (from 76ers)

18th pick in 2010 Draft (from Miami Heat)

42nd pick in 2010 Draft (from Miami Heat)

2nd pick in 2010 Draft (From 76ers)

 

Heat Recieves:

Gilbert Arenas (from washington)

Trade Exception (from Washinton)

Nick Young (From Washington)

 

76ers Recieve:

Michael Beasley (from heat)

Andray Blatche (from Wizards)

This represents the view of the user who wrote the FanPost, and not the entire Bullets Forever community. We're a place of many opinions, not just one.

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