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Fantasy GMing...Idea with Bucks-Pistons...

This is pointless I know, but I love doing it....Remember that you did not need to read it before you go on about how this will not happen....Please comment on the fairness and reasonableness of the idea...

Toronto Trades: DeMar DeRozan (4 years on deal, 2013-14 = 9.5 million), Kyle Lowry (1 year on deal, 2013-14 = 6.21 million) and a 2nd round pick (year???)

Toronto Gets: Drew Gooden (2 years on deal, 2013-14 salary = 6.68 million), Jonas Jerebko (2 years on deal, 2013-14 salary = 4.5 million), Brandon Knight (2 years on deal, 2013-14 salary = 2.95 million), Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (rookie deal, 2013-14 = approximately 2.2 million), and Milwaukee Bucks 2014 First Round Pick

Detroit Trades: Jonas Jerebko (2 years on deal, 2013-14 = 4.5 million), Brandon Knight (2 years on deal, 2013-14 = 2.95 million), Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (rookie deal, 2013-14 = approximately 2.2 million), and either Stuckey (1 year on deal, 2013 salary = 8.5 million) OR Charlie Villanueva (1 year on deal, 2013 salary = 8.58 million)

Detroit Receives: DeMar DeRozan (4 years on deal, 2013-14 salary = 9.5 million) and Brandon Jennings (Sign and Trade works from approximately 6 to 11 million per year)

Milwaukee Trades: Drew Gooden (2 years on deal, 2013-14 = 6.68 million) and Brandon Jennings (Sign and Trade works from approximately 6 to 11 million per year)

Milwaukee Receives: Kyle Lowry (1 year on deal, 2013-14 salary = 6.21 million) and Stuckey (1 year on deal, 2013 salary = 8.5 million) OR Charlie Villanueva (1 year on deal , 2013 salary = 8.58 million) and a 2nd round pick via Toronto

Toronto takes on 2 short-term contracts that are admittedly of very little use in Gooden and Jerebko. They do this to get 2 young prospects and a first round pick. They also would be much worse in the short-term. Therefore, increasing their chances at a top 3 pick in the upcoming draft.

Detroit seems to want to win now. Jennings, DeRozan, Josh Smith, Monroe, Drummond would be competitive in this year's EAST.

Milwaukee is the wild card here, but it seems likely that they are not too interested in Jennings after not trying to sign him and after trying to sign Teague instead. It also seems likely that this would leave him upset and wanting to leave. Lowry seems more injury prone than Jennings, but when healthy is the better all around player. This would help them compete now. Stuckey or CV expire a year before Gooden who is burried on the end of their bench.

THOUGHTS????

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