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Old 10-28-2012, 04:04 PM   #576
pattylicous
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Originally Posted by bugeyz View Post
I think it's a bad trade for both teams,

Bad for OKC because they should have kept their core together and tried for a championship again. If it doesn't work, trade him next year if they can't work out an extension. I don't see how you can justify breaking up a team that just made it to the finals to get back a lesser player in K-mart and a prospect in lamb who won't be a major impact player on a team for at least a couple years, if at all.

Bad for Houston because harden will surely get a max contract from them He worked well in OKC coming off the bench for his play making and scoring but there's no way he'll be able to lead a team as a #1 option.

Either way I love this trade because it puts the LAL even further ahead in the west
They couldn't wait until after this season. He will be a RFA after the year and would likely have multiple max offers.
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