By Dan Treadway
December 27, 2013

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Most diehard NBA fans at one point or another have found themselves toiling with ESPN's NBA Trade Machine. The application allows users to invent imaginary trade scenarios for various teams, which it then evaluates based on whether the deal would be allowed under NBA trade rules.

Twitter user William_McLeod recently used the Trade Machine to paint a very bleak picture of the current state of the Knicks roster. According to the scenario McLeod entered into the NBA Trade Machine, in exchange for Andrea Bargnani, Amare Stoudemire and Tyson Chandler, the Knicks could theoretically (THEORETICALLY!) compile a roster consisting Steph Curry, Paul George and Roy Hibbert, among many other solid players.

As much as the above image might make Knicks fans salivate, according to a report by ESPN New York, there appears to be no trades (or firings) happening in the near future.

But because misery loves company, McLeod also created a similarly absurd trade scenario for the messed up beyond repair roster of the Brooklyn Nets:


Who says no?


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