10 Jan 2018 17:07:51
MIA-DAL-MIN-MIL trade

Miami gets- DJ WIlson, Cole Aldrich, Nerlens Noel, Devin Harris, Shabazz Mouhammad, 1st rd pick (OKC)

Dallas gets- Jabari Parker, Dion Waiters, John Henson, Rashad Vaughn

Minnesota gets- Wayne Ellington, Josh McRoberts, Justise Winslow

Milwaukee gets- Hassan Whiteside, Seth Curry, Marcus Georges-Hunt

Why I think each team does it-

Miami- They cut a lot of cap space, Cole Aldrich can be cut after this season and only cost $2 million, and they can use the OKC pick to make more cap

Dallas- They get young players with potential while also absobing some money

Minnesota- They get a shooter in Ellington, a shooting big man in McRoberts, and Defense in Winslow

Milwaukee- They get a big man that fits what they're looking for in WHiteside and a shooter off the bench in Curry

Whats your thoughts? Thanks for looking!


1.) 10 Jan 2018
10 Jan 2018 17:34:57
Miami should get more and Dallas gets too much.


2.) 10 Jan 2018
10 Jan 2018 18:06:34
Why would Milwaukee give up, Last years 1st. rd pick #10 in D J Wilson, AND J Parker, AND J Henson, AND R Vaughn (4 players) for Whiteside, Curry, and Georges-Hunt? They already have a rim protector in Henson, and shooters in Middleton, Brown, Kilpatrick, Terry, Middleton, and Dellavedova. The Bucks currently have 10 guards now. Plus, the fact they are looking at trading for either D. Jordan, or McGee, OR can just sign free agent A. Bogut. What are your thoughts?


3.) 10 Jan 2018
10 Jan 2018 18:47:19
Henson is a below average starter. McGee and Bogut are fringe rotation players. Whiteside is a top 10 center. Saying the Bucks already have a rim protector so they don’t need Whiteside is like saying “the blazers already have a two way SF in Moe Harkless, so why would they need Paul George? ”.

What of those 4 is incredibly valuable? Henson is a nice role player. Parker is great if he can stay healthy (which he can’t) . Wilson has played 40 minutes this year. And Vaughn is a fringe rotation player at best.

If I’m the Bucks, I jump at this.


4.) 10 Jan 2018
10 Jan 2018 21:25:23
Its apparent you aren't the Bucks. What about Seth Curry is valuable? What about Georges-Hunt is? Both are PG/ SG's And Again, The Bucks currently have ten of them! But, YOU already knew that right? Which of them is currently better than Snell, Dellavedova, M.


5.) 10 Jan 2018
10 Jan 2018 21:54:58
Dark Side, They waived Liggins too, it's obvious Bucks aren't looking for guard help.


6.) 11 Jan 2018
11 Jan 2018 00:20:03
@ jorgawood. Agreed! They also have Bledsoe, Dellavedova, Brogdan, Middleton, Terry, Brown, Kilpatrick, Snell, Vaughn, And another guard from the "G" league. So, One would think they really don't need Guards! They do need backup SF's and a legit Center. Both Henson and Maker are PF's playing Center. Liggins has just now been picked up by NO Pels. on a 10 contract. He was/ is a very good defender! Just not much offense. The Bucks have a 3.5 and 5 million exception. They could still sign FA Center Bogut to one of them. Or trade SG for McGee. Or "Rent" D Jordan for a year. Jordan would cost Milwaukee Henson, Brogdan Middleton, or some combo of at least 2 of them.


7.) 11 Jan 2018
11 Jan 2018 04:16:25
Dark Side your right about that. I really think whether its Bogut, or Mcgee the improvement will be noticeable. Maker has stretch 4 qualities to his developing game. Making him dig it out in the post is making him look worse than he really is. It's good for him though in the long run. Jordan would really improve them, a lot. He would also cost them a lot. When Parker is playing full minutes the Bucks will be no joke. No Joke! Any team without a perimeter defense is in big trouble.


8.) 11 Jan 2018
11 Jan 2018 16:36:14
@jorgawood. There is talk that Parker will be back before the all-star break. There is also talk about moving Giannis A. to the 5 (Center position) and putting Parker in at the 4 (PF position) That would leave Middleton in at the 3 (SF) Either Brogdan, or Snell in at the 2 (SG) and Bledsoe in at the 1 (PG) Time will tell. I would still try and get either Bogut, or McGee for a Center, and release SG R. Vaughn, or Terry. Both are nothing more than Cheerleaders! Terry rarely plays, And Vaughn usually doesn't at all.


9.) 11 Jan 2018
11 Jan 2018 18:44:28
Dark Side, the Bucks could give any team in the east a run for their money with that line-up. People have short memories, and forget Parker was the leading scorer on the Bucks this time last year. The improvement he will make to the Bucks is huge in scoring, and the line-up, and rotational advantages you described.