17 Jul 2016 00:32:17
Portland Toronto

POR gets/ Toronto gives

POR give/ Toronto gets
2018 2nd round pick

This is a great trade! For one Toronto can clear up a ton of cap space for the future while dumping an aging player who's production is bound to fall off very soon! While they do this Toronto they also gets a valuable asset to help improve and get younger in the future, plus they finally make a starting spot for the future face of the franchise Terrence Ross! This is a win for Portland because though they are taking on a big contract from a very old (almost 27 year old player! ) and would probably have to waive some no name player, such as Myers Lenard CJ Allen Crabbe etc. they get a solid veteran player who would also be a good influence off the bench. This is a 100% win win for both teams! Any thoughts?

1.) 17 Jul 2016
17 Jul 2016 01:21:25
Worssssssssssssst proposed trade i've ever seen.

2.) 17 Jul 2016
17 Jul 2016 01:54:03
Not the worst trade idea I've seen on here lol.

3.) 17 Jul 2016
17 Jul 2016 01:58:22
top 5 clueless post ever. trade derozen for nothing. Smh.
27 is not old in NBA. Leonard and Crabbe are not no names. they could start on a dozen teams. Crabbe almost every team. Terrible.

4.) 17 Jul 2016
17 Jul 2016 02:11:13
Why did you even bother posting this? If you are trying to be funny, you failed.

5.) 17 Jul 2016
17 Jul 2016 02:20:24

6.) 17 Jul 2016
17 Jul 2016 02:23:42
Why would Toronto give up an all star for a 2nd round pick.

7.) 17 Jul 2016
17 Jul 2016 02:41:12
No way this would get done. ever.

8.) 17 Jul 2016
17 Jul 2016 10:23:48
I could see this happen, if only Portland hadn't sign Turner :-)

9.) 17 Jul 2016
17 Jul 2016 20:29:59
lol everyone has no humor.

10.) 17 Jul 2016
17 Jul 2016 20:32:43
Please tell me none of you actually believed that this is real?

11.) 18 Jul 2016
18 Jul 2016 04:14:12
Wow just wow who would even want to post a trade like this they must be huge Portland fans and a DeRozan fan

Raptors would ask them kindly to never call back unless they want to trade Lillard.