Tony Parker sez the Spurs can no longer compete for a championship. There's no reason to think that means the Spurs will turn around and trade him to the Knicks, but I'll blame years of abuse from the NY media for putting that very thought into my head. And so without further ado, what about a trade with the Spurs which more or less goes like
The Spurs get out from under Parker's contract which extends beyond the competitiveness of their current core and swap it for Chauncey's shorter contract. Splitter didn't play a ton for the Spurs in the playoffs, or the regular season. He's paid a reasonable salary for a short number of years. The Spurs need youth everywhere on the floor and Fields seems like a player who would be attractive to San Antonio. Both he and Chauncey would probably be better fits in San Antonio. Am I crazy, is this something that could happen?
What do you think?
Realistic, would do it (20 votes)
Realistic, wouldn't do it (15 votes)
Unrealistic, in our favor (30 votes)
This is stupid (22 votes)
87 total votes