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23 Apr 2018 02:10:14
Draft day deal:

Cavs send: Hill, Pick 6, Thompson, Smith
Receive: Noah, Lee, THJ, Holiday, Pick 10

NY send: Noah, Lee, THJ, Pick 10
Receive: Hill, Thompson, Pick 8

Bulls send: Holiday, Pick 8
Receive: Smith (buyout), Pick 6

Cavs receive 3 quality shooters and above average defenders and have a lottery pick to add some youth.

NY gets rid of Noah, moves up in the draft, and cleans up their cap sheet.

Bulls move up 2 spots in the draft for the cost of a Smith buyout


1.) 23 Apr 2018 13:11:11
The knicks would need Houdini as the gm to pull of this magic. Good luck.

2.) 23 Apr 2018 15:17:16
The Cavs move back in the draft and take on Noah just to get an overpayed Tim Hardaway? I don't see the point behind this trade for them.

The Knicks do this in a heartbeat. They move up in the draft and can open up over 30 million next year. They also give up nothing of real value other than their pick.

Bulls get a great deal as well. They have to make the salary floor anyway and with a buyout Smith is basically an expiring.

3.) 23 Apr 2018 17:12:56
The fact that you don't even k ow who has which picks show how clueless you are. The cabs have the 8th pick. There's no way they get the 6th. It's either top 3 or 8.



18 Apr 2018 07:46:18
LAL Signs PG in the Offseason but can't snag a second star

LAL trade: Deng, Zubac, Pick 25 & 47, '19 & '20 2nds
Suns trade: Chandler, Dudley

LAL resigns:
KCP - 2yr/26m(2nd year team option)
Lopez - 1yr/8m
Randle - 3yr/36m
IT - 1yr/12m

PG: Lonzo, IT, Ennis
SG: KCP, Hart
SF: PG, Ingram, Dudley
PF: Kuzma, Randle
C: Lopez, Chandler

LAL can then focus on 2019 free agency to add a second star (Leonard or Klay would fit perfectly)


1.) 18 Apr 2018 12:57:14
It's going to be tough to sell Thomas on coming off the bench when he has been so adamant about being a starter -- and even more so on a one-year deal during which he has to re-establish his value.

2.) 18 Apr 2018 13:42:35
Those contracts are all well below market value.

3.) 18 Apr 2018 15:14:13
I agree to an extent. I think that contract might be the type IT will have to sign to show that he's back to the guy he was before he was injured. If he signs for a longer term, he's definitely not going to get the annual salary he wants, and he's also going to want to win. He's not likely going to get any kind of a monster deal from a contender for a season as none of them have great cap space.

4.) 18 Apr 2018 16:32:08
The only contract I see that's maybe a little low is Lopez, but I think the IT contract is a little high. They only teams with cap space this summer that aren't tanking are Philly, LA, and the Pacers. I don't see them going hard after
any of those guys other than maybe Caldwell Pope.



17 Apr 2018 01:01:50
Mil - Mia - Was

Mil send: Snell, '20 2nd
Receive: Gortat

Save money to resign Bled and Brogdon in '19, also get a serviceable rebounding big.

Mia send: Whiteside
Receive: Oubre, Pick 15, Mahinmi, '20 2nd x2

Save money and get a quality wing and a solid draft pick for a player whose value is plummeting.

Was send: Gortat, Mahinmi, Oubre, Pick 15, '20 2nd
Receive: Whiteside, Snell

Get out of Mahinmi's contract and get a rebounding/shot blocking C to go with their starting 5.


1.) 17 Apr 2018 19:49:31
simplify this to a mia-was trade with the same players moving and mia get gortat and the pick is a protected 19 first.



16 Apr 2018 05:49:36
Cavs receive: Temple, Hield, WCS
Sac receive: Pick 9, Thompson


1.) 16 Apr 2018 13:27:19
That's a terrible trade for the Kings. Those three are all building blocks to creating a real team. If the Nets pick was in the top 5, I'd think about it, but you're likely getting a player with the same potential of Buddy or WCS at that 9 spot. As it is, I'd stay the course and add another solid potential guy with their own pick, and hope to attract a FA to the solid supporting cast they're putting together.

I do see how it's a great move for Cleveland. Those three would fit a LeBron team absolutely perfectly.

2.) 16 Apr 2018 14:03:00
Wouldn’t say building blocks to a real team. Fairly certain they played this year together and the only thing real about the team was it was real bad.


3.) 16 Apr 2018 17:02:21
I can't see it for either side. The Kings owner apparently loves Hield and they give up to solid young players here. I just don't see the point.

For the Cavs, if Lebron stays I think they Cavs go after veteran talent with the Brooklyn this summer and if he leaves I think they would rather start the rebuild with their own pick. They get a guy that is hand picked and is under control on a rookie deal for 4 more years. There would be no reason to rush it. I think if Lebron leaves, it will be a full tear down.



16 Apr 2018 05:42:36
Dallas receive: Thompson, '19 & '20 2nds
Cavs receive/sign: Noel (2yr 14m 2nd year team option)


1.) 16 Apr 2018 17:04:08
That'd be great for the Cavs. I'm not sure I see it from Dallas's end though.




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05 Apr 2018 00:47:41
If Lebron goes to Philly.

Spurs receive: Fultz, Saric, Bayless, Pick 24, 37 & 39, 1st '19

Sixers receive: Leonard

Simmons, RoCo, Leonard, James, Embiid

Spurs get a good haul for a player who appears to not play there and only has a year left.

Sixers complete the process and are still left with Pick 10 (Maybe higher)and future picks to flesh out the roster.



1.) 05 Apr 2018 06:25:11
Leonard, and James in PHI would be a super team no Doubt. Depends on what PHI pays. The above isn't good enough in my opinion, (Bayless is no prize) although the Spurs have been genius drafters in the past. The place that gets him, and would trade for him will have the money to pay, and the best package to offer the Spurs. If has-been Robinson has good info.



31 Jan 2018 02:06:28
Lakers out: Clarkson
In: Frye, 2 Cavs future 2nds, McRoberts

Mavs out: Noel, Barnes, McRoberts
In: Clarkson, Thompson, Smith or Shumpert, Cavs 2018 1st, Future Cavs 2nd

Cavs out: Thompson, Smith or Shumpert, Frye, 2018 1st, 3 future 2nds
In: Barnes, Noel

Lakers get cap space and two seconds

Mavs get rid of Barnes' max contract for a young Pg/sg and picks

Cavs get a line up of Wade/IT, Crowder, Barnes, Lebron, Love, which can hang with GSW death like up on both ends





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23 Apr 2018 02:59:52
Minnesota would be asking for more. Wiggins is still a young player with star potential and is locked into the foreseeable future.




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23 Apr 2018 01:24:23
I think the Suns would be better off throwing money at Nurkic than giving up assets for Gasol who is 33 and doesn't make them a playoff contender. For Memphis I think they would prefer to drop Williams and keep Green.




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18 Apr 2018 07:51:46
Irving, Brown, Tatum, Horford, Cousins in the East would be unstoppable.

But I don't think either the Pelicans or Boston would agree to this (Boogie's reputation as a chemistry distraction and Hayward is a big contract coming off a gruesome injury)




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18 Apr 2018 03:37:00
I don't think Philly trades Fultz whilst his value is low. IT wouldn't play with Lebron again. Brook Lopez will get 8m at most, maybe 10-15m if he goes to a rebuilding team as a mentor.




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16 Apr 2018 06:40:15
I like this for both teams as long as KL agrees to sign after the season.





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