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Keeping CP3

For a few weeks we heard trade ideas by Magic, Trail Blazer, Knicks, etc. fans on how to get Chris Paul for Bench Player 1, Bench Player 2, and a bag of Wavy Lays.  Then, the past few months it's been CP3's gonna leave if you don't trade for him, him and him.  I think that one Big Baby-sized splash, a Western Conference Semis appearance, smart signings, and a bright future will be enough to keep Chris around for a while.  So, here are my ideas to keep Jordan CP3's on the court in New Orleans.

1.  The Big Baby sized splash:  http://games.espn.go.com/nba/tradeMachine?tradeId=25zxlog

  The Hornets would also send a 2011 1st round pick and cash considerations.

The Reasons:

        Hornets:  New Orleans gets a standout defender who can put up points when given the chance, also Speights is a good young Center, who could really be something.  Chris gets a superstar to pair with, and the Front Office shows that its commited to winning.  Though I'd rather have Danny Granger,  there isn't much that we have that they want.

        Sixers:   They dump salary and get an expiring contract in Peja Stojakovic, plus another 1st round pick. 

 

2.    The Western Conference Semi's.  Not much I can do about that, but I DO think that that's attainable with the updated roster. 

 

3.  Smart Signings.  Guys like Lou Amundson, Josh Boone, etc. = Low risk, high reward deals.

 

4.  A Bright Future.  All of this equals a bright future for the Hornets. 

 

How would you like to see this

 

 Andre_igoudala_medium

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