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Pistons not active ‘at all’ near trade deadline, including with Jonas Jerebko

Vince Ellis of the Detroit Free Press:

Pistons source says nothing going on "at all" on the trade front.

Source expects Jerebko to remain in #Pistons uniform.

This is probably a better course than trading Jonas Jerebko for minimal value. Hopefully, he comes around in the last stretch of the seasons and rewards the Pistons’ patience in him (or inability to find a suitor).

6 Comments

  • Feb 21, 201312:24 pm
    by MrCarter

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    FACT: I remember Houston posting almost the exact same thing about 24 hours ago(at least 2 different posts yesterday). Anything can happen. We’ll see.

  • Feb 21, 201312:34 pm
    by Ryank

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    I know you posted the other day about Jonas being low in value right now…but when has he ever been high in value.  He’s never been particularly good at anything.  He hustled his rookie season…during a year when almost all the players were loafing it. 
     
    Jonas is a drag on payroll.  If hey can dump him for an expiring contract it would be a good move.  If they could get something in return like a second round pick it would be great move.
     

  • Feb 21, 201312:44 pm
    by pistons moribund

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    Missed my entry for this trade submission.
    Lawrence Frank for Bill Laimbeer’s jock strap, a bag of chips, a foot long, and a 40 of St. Ides.

    • Feb 21, 20131:23 pm
      by Ryank

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      I’d want Doritos instead of potato chips to make this deal. 

  • Feb 21, 20131:02 pm
    by vic

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    I read that the Nets were trying to get Josh Smith but Atlanta doesn’t want Kris Humphries
    What do you think?
     
    Atlanta gets – Jason Maxiell, Charlie Villanueva

    Brooklyn gets – Josh Smith

    Detroit gets, Kris Humphries, 1st round pick from Brooklyn

    Brooklyn wants a championship, Russian guy will resign Smith. Fits perfectly with Brook Lopez
    Atlanta gets 2 expiring contracts and gets not to take Humphries.
    Pistons get a quality backup PF that can actually rebound. and an extra 1st rounder.

    • Feb 21, 20131:15 pm
      by Ryank

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      I do that trade in a heart beat.  Getting CV out of here is a great way to improve the team…but how is Atlanta getting better with this deal?  CV is not expiring and who would want that sloth’s contract on the books?  Why wouldn’t they just let Josh Smith walk at the end of the year?  That would make more sense for them.

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