11 Jan 2018 19:52:39
1) Miwaukee-Cle-Miami
Milwaukee: H whiteside

Cle: Dellavedova+ T Maker

Miami: Shumpert+Teletovic 1rnd pick Nets+ 1rnd pick bucks 2020


tor: J J Parker+ 2rnd pick

Mil:: Poetl+ Powell

C:H Whiteside/Poetl
PF: Giannis/Henson
SG: Powell/Vaugn

1.) 11 Jan 2018
11 Jan 2018 20:46:59
The Bucks say No! T Maker, Dellavedova, Teletovic, Parker, and their 1st rd, 2020 pick and 2nd rd pick for Whiteside, Poetl, and Powell?

2.) 11 Jan 2018
11 Jan 2018 21:17:05
So Milwaukee gives up Dellavedova, Maker, Teletovic and their 2020 1st rd pick for Whiteside? The same whiteside that gets pulled in the 4th quarter?

Then the Bucks should give up J Parker PLUS a 2nd rd pick for Backup Center Poetl (Who they passed on drafting the 1st time) And 3rd string SG Powell who they traded away, and doesn't get to play?

How About Lowery, DeRozen, and Ibaka, for Seldom used R. Vaughn?

3.) 11 Jan 2018
11 Jan 2018 21:22:36
Why do the Raptors make this deal? There is no contender who is going to touch Parker.

4.) 11 Jan 2018
11 Jan 2018 22:57:23
wait, cleveland gives up the nets pick for dell and thon?

5.) 12 Jan 2018
11 Jan 2018 23:27:54
The Nets pick is falling out the top 5, maybe out the top 7, so it's gonne be a late lottery pick. Cleveland gets a good defender and a young prospect in return, so they should do this.

Powell is a good player, but Toronto doesn't need him and can 't pay him, so why not gambling on Parker.

And the Bucks don't need Parker, Giannis is playing PF. The bucks needs a center and a 3- pointshooter that can play defense. so powell is a great fit for them.

6.) 12 Jan 2018
12 Jan 2018 03:24:11
Cavs and Miami turn down the 1st trade. Miami has
Been playing well and they have no reason to trade for Whiteside. The Cavs don't need Delly and I think they would rather take their chances in the lottery/ draft rather than bring in Maker. He still has a ton of upside, but he looks like he's taken a half step back this year. He isn't going to help the Cavs get past the Warriors and they would have him on a rookie deal 2 fewer years.

Milwaukee probably turns down the 2nd one. Unless they can swing a deal that brings in a high level for Parker and change, what's the point in moving him?