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3/15/12 12:48 PM
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alxholic
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It's like this every year; lots of talk, very little action. a couple of trades with 2nd/3rd tier players here and there. but the big trades that dominate talk for the last few weeks never materialize.
3/15/12 9:56 PM
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Some of those "small" trades could have a lot of impact IMO.
3/16/12 10:56 AM
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It will be interesting to see how the Lakers are without Derek Fisher. He is gettig older, so maybe the timing is right.
3/16/12 2:45 PM
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The true top tier players now have more power then any of the GMs. But there was a decent amount of second tier players getting traded. Ellis, Bogut, SJax, Nene, Jefferson, Wallace. Dont really see how it was a disappointing deadline, did anyone really think Dwight was getting traded?

Have to wonder how some of these GMs have jobs, Nets trade away a likely 5th overall pick for Gerald Wallace? Only protected it for top 3 lol, thought Portland did pretty good for themselves. Clearly the Roy/Oden/Aldridge core is over, did a good job clearing salary and getting draft picks and young players.

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