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Why don't the wizards trade the 6th pick......

to either Phoenix or Toronto. 

 

Trade the 6th pick for the 2012 Suns first round pick (non-lottery protected). 

The Suns would consider this because it would guarantee them Jimmer Fredette.  Fredette could be the replacement for Nash and sell tickets at the same time (win-win).  They can keep their late lottery pick and get Biyombo, Markeiff Morris, etc.  If the Jazz select Enes Kanter, Derrick Williams, or Jonas Valaciunas instead of Brandon Knight, they will definitely want to select Jimmer at pick 12 and the Suns has pick 13.  The Suns will have a very hard time making the playoffs next year. The Clippers, Kings (if they get Tony Parker), Rockets, and Jazz are better than them right now and they didn't make the playoffs last year. 

 

or Trade the 6th pick for the 2012 Toronto Raptors first round pick (non-lottery protected).

The Raptors would consider this because they can get a PG and a Center.  They could get Brandon Knight and take a chance on Biyombo.  They could get Kemba Walker/Biyombo, Valaciunas/Biyombo, Vesely/Biyombo, Valaciunas/Vesely, etc etc etc.  They have so many options to take with this pick.  They just got a new coach who is defensive minded.  Biyombo is definitely worth the risk as a 2nd First Round Pick. 

Whatever happends this season (unless the raptors get Tony Parker), both teams will be in the lottery in 2012.  As everybody on this site knows, the 2012 draft is loaded.  If Kanter or Valaciunas are not available, its worth the risk. 

Would the raptors or suns consider this?  Would you consider this as a wizards fan? 

Thoughts?

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