Trade: Dun, Murphy, Diogu, McLeod for Harrington, S. Jackson, Jasikevicius

ESPN is reporting a Warriors-Pacers trade.

The Golden State Warriors have agreed to trade Troy Murphy, Mike Dunleavy, Ike Diogu and Keith McLeod to the Indiana Pacers for Al Harrington, Stephen Jackson, Sarunas Jasikevicius and Josh Powell, NBA front-office sources tell ESPN.com's Marc Stein.

Thanks to ALX8725 for reporting this in his diary, Dunleavy/Murphy/Diogu/Mcleod GONE

My first impression is that I like this deal a lot. Getting rid of those two contracts is a huge step in the right direction. Plus we bring in 2 superior atheletes. Harrington is top 10 in 3pt percentage. Better defense, more scoring, more athleticism. Nice trade Mullin.

We'll come with some more analysis later. Leave your thoughts and comments.

What do you think? Is this going to get us into the playoffs?

UPDATE 1: Press Release from the Warriors

UPDATE 2: Here is an initial reaction from a Pacers blog, Indy Cornrows.

UPDATE 3: Fantasy Hoops Fallout: What this means fantasy-wise for each of the players.

UPDATE 4: Trade Analysis from ESPN.com's John Hollinger

Update 5:

Keep it locked on Golden State of Mind! We got tons in the works as you read this...

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