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Kennedy On Trade Deadline Winners

Alex Kennedy of HoopsWorld posted a new column examining the reasoning why many teams opted to stand pat at the trade deadline rather than make any major deals. He also wrote that, although the trade deadline was relatively uneventful, it could set up an exciting summer of trades and free-agent signings.

Kennedy also ran down the teams he thought improved with deadline deals:

  • Kennedy thinks J.J. Redick will be valuable to the Bucks as they push for a playoff spot.
  • The Thunder added Ronnie Brewer at little cost, and Kennedy believes he will form a formidable perimeter defense tandem with Thabo Sefolosha.
  • Kennedy praises Rockets GM Daryl Morey for acquiring the fifth pick in the 2012 draft, and believes Thomas Robinson will flourish in a better situation than the one he was in with the Kings.
  • The Raptors picked up Sebastian Telfair, giving them a serviceable backup for Kyle Lowry at little cost, Kennedy writes, also noting that Telfair has strong relationships with several players already on the team.
  • Kennedy praises the Blazers for acquiring much-needed bench help in Eric Maynor.
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4 thoughts on “Kennedy On Trade Deadline Winners

  1. Mike Harshman

    He must be anti-Celtics. Picking up Crawford for garbage was a steal…

    • crawford is average at best. sure it helps them but its not something that is going to make a huge impact. you have terry, lee, bradley, terrence williams, and crawford

    • alphakira

      That doesn’t make much sense, I’m anti-Celtics and I think it was a good deal.

    • it add to depth. and it look like a steal because they give up nothing for him, but he just another player like lee and terry. but he not a PG and he not the best shooter. so that give the Cs what like 4 SG and no real PG. what would of been better if they got a decent PG.

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