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03 Feb 2018 23:21:02
BOS receives:
Tyreke Evans

MEM receives:
Marcus Smart
18' 1st Round Pick (BOS)


1.) 04 Feb 2018 01:54:35
No shot in hell.

2.) 04 Feb 2018 03:02:56
Too much for Evans.

3.) 04 Feb 2018 04:08:49
Smart for Evans straight up makes sense. Boston goes short term, Memphis gives smart the keys to the offense for half a year to see if he can be a starting caliber PG.

4.) 04 Feb 2018 13:02:40
With Boston's willingness to move Smart I think the C's fist choice would be to acquire Lou Williams where he'd be much easier to sign next year under the Bird Rights than trying to sign Tyreke. But Boston would rather try and get Lou for Smart, Yabusele and a second round pick.

Picking Lou up would probably put them in the finals with GS.



03 Feb 2018 23:19:56
BOS receive:
C Derrick Favors

UTA receives:
F Marcus Morris
C Aron Baynes
second round pick


1.) 03 Feb 2018 23:32:29
I like this for Utah, but i don't think Boston would offer this for a rental. They're not going to give Favors a big contract.

2.) 04 Feb 2018 12:51:33
With Monroe on board they aren't interested in another big anymore, plus they really need Morris for toughness and scoring punch.

C's easily just say no on this one.



20 Jan 2018 16:11:10
WAS gets:
C Dwight Howard

CHA gets:
C Ian Mahimni
F Kelly Oubre Jr.


1.) 20 Jan 2018 18:47:43
not worth giving up oubre.

2.) 21 Jan 2018 10:09:34
Did anyone see the final seconds of the Hornets/ Heat game? If they did, they would know why no one will give up anything of value for D12.



20 Jan 2018 14:47:54
CHA gets:
G Tim Hardaway Jr.
F Quincy Pondexter (expiring)
F Doug McDermott
C Willy Hernangomez
18' Knicks 1st Round Pick (lottery-protected)

NYK gets:
F Nicolas Batum
G Kemba Walker

CHI gets:
F Lance Thomas
G Dwayne Bacon


1.) 22 Jan 2018 22:13:33
Why would the Knicks do this? Tim Hardaway is playing great right now, they are giving up a good shooter in Doug McDermot, a young center in Willy Hernangomez and a first round pick. This doesn't make any sense just to get Kemba who only has two more years left. This will also altar the Frank Ntlikina's growth as a player. The Knicks would also be taking on arguably the worst contract in the NBA in Nicolas Batum. He is under contract for 3 years+player option worth over 27 million dollars. They already have a plethra of expensive deals such as Noah, Lee, and Thomas.



20 Jan 2018 01:58:35
CLE gets:
C DeAndre Jordan
G George Hill
G Lou Williams

LAC gets:
C Tristan Thompson
F Cedi Osman
G Derrick Rose
18' 1st Round Pick (CLE via BKN)

SAC gets:
G Iman Shumpert
F Channing Frye
C Ante Zizic
18' 1st Round Pick (CLE)


1.) 20 Jan 2018 03:59:24
Cavs can't trade both picks. The second first would have to be a 2021 pick.

2.) 20 Jan 2018 08:31:47
What about the Brooklyn pick, Isaiah Thomas, Shumpert, Tristan Thompson, Osman For Dj and Lou will help both teams.




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31 Jan 2018 02:23:51
MIL gets:
C Rudy Gobert, G George Hill, F Kyle Singler

SAC gets:
G Matthew Dellavedova, F Jabari Parker, G Alex Abrines

UTA gets:
C John Henson, G Vince Carter, F Skal Labissiere, 2020 top 5 protected first round pick (MIL), 2019 second round pick (SAC via CLE)

OKC gets:
F Mirza Teletovic, G Rodney Hood

The Bucks get an elite rim protector and a two-way combo guard in exchange for a top prospect coming off of two major knee surgeries, and expendable contracts. The Kings get a chance at a potential stud in Parker only for the cost of taking on Dellavedova, while trading a young big and a low end draft choice. Gobert has become oft-injured and his fit with Derrick Favors has become questionable due to their lack of floor spacing. Hood is redundant with the other wings on the Jazz roster and is now coming off the bench right before a contract year, heading into restricted free agency. Acquiring the draft choices, a young big in Skal Labissiere, a serviceable big in Henson, and an expiring contract, will help both in the short term and long term. The Thunder get Rodney Hood to replace Andre Roberson gone from injury and a sharpshooter in Teletovic to help boaster the bench.


1.) 31 Jan 2018 04:44:02
Okay. Elite rim protector, that's why Jazz are holding on to Gobert especially for that crap.



31 Jan 2018 01:48:26
CLE gets:
C DeAndre Jordan, C Joakim Noah, G Lou Williams, F Mike Beasley, G Jarrett Jack, 2018 second round pick (NYK)

NYK gets:
F Channing Frye, F Wesley Johnson, F Cedi Osman

LAC gets:
C Tristan Thompson, G Iman Shumpert, G Derrick Rose, 2018 unprotected first round pick (CLE via BKN), 2018 protected 1-9 first round pick (NYK)




02 Jan 2018 04:16:45
NOP receives:
C Jonas Valanciunas

TOR receives:
C DeAndre Jordan
C Omer Asik

LAC receives:
F C.J. Miles
C Jakob Poeltl
F Dante Cunningham
F OG Anounby
2020 lottery-protected 1st (TOR)
2019 second round pick (NOP)


1.) 02 Jan 2018 06:35:09
Why would the Pelicans want another big?



25 Dec 2017 14:26:42
Lakers Pipe Dream
Lakers trade Deng and Ingram to OKC for George. Move Clarkson and Randle to Mavericks for Noel. Dump Nance Jr and Hart in the offseason for second round picks. Waive all non-guaranteed contracts and renounce all free agents except George. Sign LeBron James and DeMarcus Cousins/DeAndre Jordan with cap space and resign PG13. Get LeBron's agency clients, KCP (cap mid level) and Noel (vet minimum). Wade, Rose, and Frye tag along from Cleveland for the vets minimum.
Championship Roster
PG Ball / Rose
SG George / Wade
SF James / Caldwell-Pope
PF Kuzma / Frye
C Cousins / Noel


1.) 25 Dec 2017 17:39:46
While it's all highly unlikely, this biggest problems I see are that KCP and Noel won't sign those deals. Neither has gotten a big long term contract yet and I think that's what both will be looking for above winning. Also, Rose can't be depended on as a back up pg unless, there is a third pg or another ag so Wade can slide in. I'm not sure at this point Frye can really play the back up pf. He seems relegated to center with his lack of athleticism. I think the bench in general needs a little more length and athleticism.

2.) 01 Jan 2018 03:34:12
agree kcp won't take that deal, prob not noel either.



17 Dec 2017 17:09:45
LAL receives:
F Paul George ($19.5M - expiring), F Nikola Mirotic ($12.5M -

CHI receives:
F Luol Deng (three years, $54M), G Jordan Clarkson (three years, $36M), future first round pick (Lakers)

OKC receives:
F Julius Randle ($4.1M - expiring), F Quincy Pondexter ($3.9M -
expiring), future second round pick (Lakers)

Breakdown: OKC in seven-eight weeks realizes they are not contenders anymore and they have to trade Paul George before he walks. They also want to cut money off of their crazy luxury tax bill. The Bulls step in as the third team with cap space and take on Luol Deng, who has two more years under contract after this season, and in return get Jordan Clarkson and a first round pick. The Thunder get Randle, as a young piece they can resign, while saving money this season. The Lakers trade for Paul George in advance, keeping his Bird Rights in the process, only mortgaging Randle (who they won't resign), Clarkson (who they will probably have to move anyway in the offseason), and a first round pick. They also save money by moving Deng entirely, instead of having to stretch and waive his deal when the offseason hits.


1.) 17 Dec 2017 18:17:55
The Lakers are the only team that take it.




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22 Sep 2017 17:29:54
Good trade. Bucks would hate to lose Middleton but to get Gasol it's worth it. Grizzlies get the picks they need to rebuild around Conley after the trade, without taking on any major long term salary. The Bulls moving on from Lopez would open up time for Robin Lopez and moving Valentine and a protected pick seems worth getting a vital piece to the future like Middleton.




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15 Aug 2017 21:31:44
They are not getting Anthony Freakin Davis for Kyrie Irving and/ or Kevin Love. The only team with the assets to deal for Davis would be the Celtics.




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15 Aug 2017 21:29:18
The Jazz wouldn't trade Favors who when healthy is a top 40 player who defends, rebounds, and scores on the inside for Anderson and Burks for basically an older version in Courtney Lee. In all reality the Jazz don't need Anderson as they have a pretty complete roster at this point. The Wolves would need at least two 1st Round picks if they were to take on Noah. The Rockets won't do a Nelo deal unless all they have to give up is Anderson and a first round pick and frankly they shouldn't become they need to keep depth. Trading Ariza or Capela or an extra first rounder would only be to the Rockets' detriment.




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15 Aug 2017 21:21:22
Can I change the proposal a little bit?
Knicks get Kyrie Irving and Tobias Harris
Pistons get Kevin Love and Joakim Noah
Cavaliers get Kristaps Porzingis, Stanley Johnson, Ish Smith, Lance Thomas and Jon Leuer

I feel Detroit should be the one that has to take on Noah's contract considering they are getting a top 30 player in Kevin Love for a subpar package of players. I also believe the Knicks would want something else for giving up Porzingis' future. Tobias Harris is a native New Yorker, grew up in Long Island, his family still resides in New York, and he is very close to Carmelo Anthony so I believe it would be ideal that he becomes a Knick. If the Knicks are willing to give up Porzingis for Irving, Melo and Kyrie are a great duo and there is enough role guys on the roster to where they could make the playoffs this season and recruit others in free agency next season. If the Cavs believe LeBron is going to leave, try and grab a future superstar in Porzingis now, Johnson is a young asset, Smith gives them another stopgap at PG along with Derrick Rose and Jose Calderon and they hopefully won't become the Brooklyn Nets after LeBron leaves.




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13 Aug 2017 23:26:40
I like it. Pretty realistic cause the Lakers need to move Deng, the Spurs need to step up like the rest of the conference, the Knicks need a great PG, and Grizzlies could rebuild in the tough West. The Grizzlies aren't really tied up to any long term deals besides Conley/ Gasol/ Parsons so they could take back a Noah/ Deng with picks and be okay. I might want to minus one of the future Lakers picks and replace it with a Kyle Kuzma or Josh Hart and have the Spurs throw in the extra 1st Round pick because I feel Gasol for one first is Hughes robbery.





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