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We Believe to We Broke Up (how trades and free agency screwed us)

Starting with the 12 man playoff roster from the 2007 payoff and seeing what happened over the new few years:

Since the We Believe season a lot of guys left through free agency, but through trades we turned Jason Richardson, Al Harrington, Stephen Jackson and Kelenna Azubuike into...

David Lee
Vladamir Radmanovic
Acie Law
Troy Murphy (for now)
and a 2nd round pick.

Which team would you rather have?  Which GM, President, Coach, etc. would you have changed instead of the roster?

(Note that Baron Davis, Matt Barnes, Mickael Pietrus, Josh Powell, and Raja Bell left through free agency, Adonal Foyle and Speedy Claxton were waived and lastly, Sarunas Jasikevicius was bought out)

This FanPost is a submission from a member of the mighty Golden State of Mind community. While we're all here to throw up that W, these words do not necessarily reflect the views of the GSoM Crew. Still, chances are the preceding post is Unstoppable Baby!

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