Rumor: Tony Mejia Thinks AI to the Warriors by Friday

Tony Mejia of CBS SportsLine dropped a piece on the Allen Iverson dealings titled A.I.'s next team? Anybody's guess, including this one: Warriors in which he offered six potential trade scenarios that work under the cap. Here's what Warriors fans want to know:

Golden State: The Warriors also could put multiple packages out there, starting with a blockbuster that would send Baron Davis to Philadelphia in a high-profile point guard swap. Jason Richardson and Mickael Pietrus could anchor another package, and you can bet King has asked about the availability of talented, inexpensive young players Monta Ellis, Andris Biedrins and Patrick O'Bryant. Chris Mullin has a lot of pieces to play with if he's intent on stirring things up yet again.

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Where will Iverson end up? My hunch is that he'll end up in a Golden State uniform by late Friday. Mullin isn't shy about taking risks, and he has to be dreaming about how potentially explosive the offense could be with Iverson on the court and Don Nelson on the sideline.

Take a look at the rest of Mejia's six scenarios. If you were the 76ers which one would you go for?


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