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13 Sep 2017 01:50:39
ATL: Bazemore + HOU 1st

CHI: Wade

ATL clears Baze off the books, And CHI gets an athletic wing + an additional 1st.


1.) 13 Sep 2017 17:34:12
Make it a 3 way deal

Atlanta sends bazemore and Hou 1st to Chicago
Atlanta receives Channing Frye (Exp) and Iman Shumpert (Exp)

Chicago sends DWade
Chicago receives Baze and Hou 1st

Cavs send Frye and Shumpert
Cavs receive Wade.

2.) 13 Sep 2017 18:47:51
I'm not sure why Atlanta would be trying to clear cap space. They're in the first year of a rebuild. It's not like free agents will be all that interested next season.



05 Jul 2017 09:53:40

Crawford for Clarkson.




27 Jun 2017 07:45:44

ATL: Milsap (S&T), Protected first

MIL: Henson, Teletovic, Parker

Coming off 2 injuries, it's not sure how Parker will play. or when. ATL takes a chance on him coming back and being a cornerstone for a young team. While MIL gets an established PF that can fit well in their system and can be a veteran leader.

IMO, a lineup like
pg: Dele/ Brogdon
sg: Middleton
SF: Ant
Pf: Milsap
C: Maker/ Monroe

looks intimidating.


1.) 27 Jun 2017 09:02:35
Parker is entering the final year of his contract so he is eligible for a possible contract extension this offseason. Unless Parker will agree to a discounted (possibly shorter) contract this summer I think Bucks should gauge the market for him since Bucks have been fine without him and project to be one of the better teams in the east next season while still being one of the youngest.

I don't like this particular deal due to the fact that Millsap is a FA (so it shouldn't take this much to get him in a S&T) and that he is 32 and will probably get a 4yr max contract. I'd much prefer monitoring Parker this year then paying him next offseason provided his recovery is promising.

2.) 27 Jun 2017 19:21:27
To much for Milsap (32?) The Bucks say No!



20 Jan 2017 06:50:26
So, with the recent talk that ATL had shipped Howard to New Orleans, It made me think that they might try and get the first round pick from them. Also, PHI is shopping around Okefor, and also linked to chasing holiday in the offseason. So I thought, why not just combine them all.

ATL: Howard + 2017 1st


NO: Holiday - Asik - No 1st


ATL: Holiday + 2017 2nd + min 2018 1st


PHI: Okefor

Why for each.

ATL:. Gets a lottery pick in this year's "stacked" class, a center for the future, and a backup center.

NO:. Gets a great rebounding center to pair next to Davis, and still retains a first round pick.

PHI: gets bird rights on Holiday, plus the first pick in the second round this year, and a good pick next year (we all know 76ers love picks)


1.) 20 Jan 2017 10:52:31
Hadn't heard the Howard rumors but I guess it makes sense. Hawks have been contemplating a hard rebuild and recent big money signing of Howard is likely what made the hesitant to move Millsap. Getting cap relief and Nola pick that should stay in lottery (they are 9th worst record right now but they should improve with Howard) .

Nola is only a game outside the playoffs so adding Howard could put them in and they reportedly prefer Davis at pf since they think he'll get injured too much playing center. Don't love the value tho with Howard 31 and due big money. They could get someone like Noel for a lot cheaper (trade wise), keep their draft pick and have a younger guys in Noel and draft pick to grow with Davis. I also am not that big of a fan of dealing Holiday for similar reason (Evans would be better instead) . Pg are vital to a team and Holiday is a young and solid one. Nola won't be able to get one any better (around his age especially after taking on Howard's contract) in FA so they should keep him. I'd add Evans to the ATL trade before Holiday anyway (Hawks shouldn't care cause I don't see them resigning either but with Schroeder already they may want Evans more)

For 76ers I wouldn't even bother giving up assets to get Holiday instead just try to sign him in FA. I think he would be a solid pick up even if they draft a pg since he can play some sg and is relatively young. I don't think Bird rights really come into play since I believe 76ers are a ways below the salary cap.

2.) 20 Jan 2017 13:39:59
Jaw457, you hit the nail on the head with ATL, so I won't beat that one up.

I feel that for NO, being able to put a real center next to Davis is invaluable, because it takes the wear and tear off of him. And with holiday. They signed both Galloway and fraizer this offseason, and both are playing well for them, so I'm not convinced that they view holiday as the PG they want to run with. As for trading for Noel, the 76ers are leaning more towards keeping him than Okefor, so it would cost more than what would amount to around 10 picks in this draft and an expiring to get him.

For the 76ers. Yes, money isn't a big deal in the past, but to be able to offer a player you want more money than what you could offer is always a plus. To add to that, Philly is now a team with a heart, so I believe more top players will eventually want to come to Philly, so having the money to sign them will cut into Thier cap. Signing a top fa, then using holidays bird rights means they can get a 2 for 1. Also, they are getting what could be considered a 20-30 pick in this draft, plus a 15-30 in next year's is fair value.

There's more that could be added, but this is just a core of a deal

3.) 20 Jan 2017 14:22:00
i was interested ont he philly trade until I saw that the minny pick is protected for the 14 lottery spots. In my opinion those kind of trade are just plain stupid. That's too much protection for it to be useful.

I think sixers will just sign holiday to a max deal in the offseason and not waste a okafor trade for him and some crappy first rounder. So I think sixers pass



15 Jan 2017 01:49:00
If Atlanta decides to rebuild.

ATL: Sabonis-bogut-curry

OKC: Millsap

DAL: kanter





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14 Jan 2017 00:07:33
If ATL wants to go to rebuild mode.

ATL trades: Millsap

OKC trades: Sabonis-Kanter-Payne

DAL trades : Bogut-Curry
ATL receives: Sabonis-Payne-Bogut-Curry

OKC received: Millsap

DAL recieves: Lantern

May be a bit rich for OKC. could take out Payne.




30 May 2016 20:52:00
If hield drops to #8

Atl - teague, THJ, #21
Sac - #8 (Hield)




12 Sep 2015 22:33:43
Atl still needs help at the wing, with no one really being a true small forward. What are some targets for them, and what it would take in a trade to obtain .


1.) 13 Sep 2015 17:37:35
1. PJ Tucker
2. Wilson Chandler
3. Tony Snell
4. Terrence Ross
5. Jae Crowder




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26 Nov 2017 18:55:24
Can't trade 19 pick. It belongs to the Hawks.




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14 Nov 2017 02:09:18
Replace Leaf with Sabonis and you have a deal. He was the guy ATL was targeting when they traded Teague.




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24 Oct 2017 21:17:50
I don't think Suns would want Henson in that scenario. Ties up future money. Replace Henson with Monroe, and I think its a good start.




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03 Jul 2017 07:03:49
This is actually not bad.

Only thing is I don't think MIN gives up the OKC first, seeing as that, more than likely, they will loose their own first to the same team next year.




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29 Jun 2017 00:46:19
then how about.

Bellinelli, Dunleavey, Cavs 1st


Okafor, Stauskis.





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