Posted by: Van on February 1st, 2012The author's views are entirely his or her own and may not reflect the views of the Utah Jazz.
It’s been a while since I have posted on here and it’s good to be back watching the Jazz play again. Over the course of the first quarter of the season the Jazz are playing well beyond expectations thanks largely due to a favorable schedule. While I like Harris as a player, I have always felt his style of play isn’t well suited to the type of Flex offense run here in Utah. I used to feel the same way about Jefferson until he recently decided to become a willing passer, for the most part that is.
Anyways, I usually try to avoid posting trade ideas because usually most peoples are often thoughtless for trading equal value, and the salaries rarely match. I was messing around with ESPN trade Machine and came across this idea which I felt might be feasible for all three teams.
- Utah trades Devin Harris to the Dallas Mavericks
- Dallas trades Lamar Odom to the LA Clippers
- LA Clippers trade Mo Williams to Utah
The salaries match enough to pass league standards and each team should have a vested interest in the player they are acquiring. Dallas could get Devin Harris back as a viable replacement for Kidd’s inevitable retirement, the Clippers would get a hopefully Happy Odom back in LA and surrounded by stars in his 6th man role, and Utah acquire Mo Williams to start who has some familiarity with the system, and would presumably be happy to be free of being buried on the bench or forced to play sg.
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