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Pacers Offseason Links: Talking Pacers Trades, Gerald Green Getting To Work In Indy

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Apr 16, 2012; Newark, NJ, USA;  New Jersey Nets shooting guard Gerald Green (14) gets off a jump shot against Miami Heat at the Prudential Center. Miami Heat defeat the New Jersey Nets 101-98. Mandatory Credit: Jim O'Connor-US PRESSWIRE
Apr 16, 2012; Newark, NJ, USA; New Jersey Nets shooting guard Gerald Green (14) gets off a jump shot against Miami Heat at the Prudential Center. Miami Heat defeat the New Jersey Nets 101-98. Mandatory Credit: Jim O'Connor-US PRESSWIRE

So which trade by the Indiana Pacers was the best in franchise history?

No, really, I'm asking you to share your thoughts on the best trade ever. As part of SB Nation NBA's surviving August theme days, we're prepping for a series of posts on each team's best trade. My preference for these types of posts is to get input from the quality community here at IC.

What do you think? Dale Davis for Jermaine O'Neal? Detlef Schrepmf for Derrick McKey? Dampier for Mully? Jalen Rose and others for Ron Artest and Brad Miller? J.O. for T.J. Ford and Roy Hibbert?

So, let me know what you think in the comments. And check out a few links after the jump including a couple of stories on Gerald Green, in town to start working with the Pacers and discussing how made his way to Indy on as part of his bumpy basketball journey. Oh, and JOB is joining Rick Carlisle in Dallas.