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20 Feb 2018 18:34:29
LA: D Lillard

Orlando:McCollum

Portland: Ball+ Ingram+Isaac+Deng+T Ross+1rnd pick OKC 2020(from Orlando)


Portland starts a rebuilt arround Ball, Ingram, Isaac and Collins, going after Bol Bol or Zion Williams next year.

The Lakers can sign two extra max contracts. P George and LBJ?


Orlando resigns A Gordon and can start winning with a descent core: A Gordon, McCollum, vucevic, Fournier and J Simmons

Gasupo

1.) 20 Feb 2018 19:00:48
POR receives too little in return for their 2 star players.


2.) 20 Feb 2018 20:18:33
If both teams add two first it would work. Lakers can sign 3 stars if they 2 to 3 mil less and have mle for Noel. George James and Durant plus Lillard and use mle on Noel. Kinda 6th man. Crazy Laker fan.


3.) 20 Feb 2018 23:55:36
POR is in real trouble if this is the best they will get for their 2 stars. Team loyal fans on here post the stars they want to keep will take less when the contract is up, are worth ten times more when they want to trade them, and 2 1st round, 1 lottery to take Deng. What happened here?


4.) 21 Feb 2018 00:52:22
I think this is a great deal for Portland, it's Always the short term traders that lose and the long term investers that win.

Portland isn't going to play for a title and is over the cap and the tandem McCollum Lillard isn't working. Portland should trade McCollum, but there're to many good pointguards in the NBA, only a few teams would be interested (Phoenix, Orlando, .? ) . The return would be to low to make Portland a contender. So that's why Portland should trade both players, for young talents and start a full rebuilt.

This trade give them time.
You can dislike his father, but Ball is a talent.
C: Bol Bol
PF: Z Collins
Sf: Isaac
SG: Ingram
PG: Ball
They can have four all stars in a few years.


5.) 21 Feb 2018 04:09:35
I'm not surprised you think it's a great deal for POR Gasupo, we are all aware of your love for the Pacers, and empathy for other teams, their fans, and players. Plus its your post.


6.) 21 Feb 2018 08:22:38
So what's your problem jorgawood?


 

 

20 Feb 2018 09:05:52
1)Cle-Memphis
Cle: 1rnd pick Memphis+ C Parsons
Mem: K Love

2)Cle-LA
Sign an trade
LA: LBJ+ Korver
Cle: Deng+Ingram

3)Cle-spurs
spurs: G Hill
Cle: P Mills+ 2rnd pick 2019

Cle: Draft: T Young and Bamba (or Doncic when still available)
resign Hood




C: Bamba/T Thompson
PF: Nance/Zizic/C Parsons
SF:Hood/Osman/Deng
SG:Ingram/Clarckson/JR Smith
PG: Young/clarckson/P Mills

Gasupo

1.) 20 Feb 2018 16:44:00
Absolutely nonsense.


2.) 20 Feb 2018 17:20:21
I don't get the Trae Young pick. He's undersized, and his defense is terrible at the college level.


3.) 20 Feb 2018 17:21:31
I can't see the Lakers giving up Ingram. I think it's more like that if a sign and trade like this happened it would be mutiple future firsts and maybe a guy like Hart.


4.) 20 Feb 2018 22:17:18
Trades 1 and 3 are terrible for Cleveland, and if LBJ really wants to go to LA, I think he would rather take the Lakers Max they can offer and keep Ingram around.


5.) 21 Feb 2018 04:59:35
If LBJ goes to LA, he will keep Ingram and trade him for a star just like what he did to Wiggins. He is an instant co-GM.


 

 

20 Feb 2018 08:44:08
Miami: J Butler

Minny: D Lillard

Port: Adebayo+ winslow+J Richardson

Gasupo

1.) 20 Feb 2018 15:52:47
Bam is a nice rookie, but there’s no way he alone has the value of Lillard. Not even close. Without a lottery pick to go with him, I can’t see this ever coming close to happening.


2.) 20 Feb 2018 16:29:37
I can see Portland doing this, if they start a full rebuilt.
Maybe trading McCollumm to Phoenix for draft picks.

Portland could win this trade, both Adebayo and Winslow could be stars and Richardson is developing fast.


3.) 20 Feb 2018 17:26:38
I guess they have kept Nurkic all this time to continue to create a glut of centers? Not a very good move. Myers Leonard is not very tradeable, and Zach Collins is pretty good. Not making a lot of sense, but I guess we are talking about a team that paid Turner 17 mil, Harkless 10 mil, and M. Leonard 10. Didn't deal E. Davis or Swanigan either.


4.) 20 Feb 2018 17:36:47
Cmon, really? Winslow could be a star? I guess Pat Connaughton could be a star too.

And Richardson is the kind of guy you don’t want in a rebuild. He’s a nice role player that helps win games, but he’s not good enough to build around. Lose lose scenario.

Lillard is locked in long term and he’s still young, his value is incredibly high.


 

 

17 Feb 2018 00:13:34
1) NY-NO
NO: Porzingis+Noah
NY: A Davis

2) NY- Charlotte
Cha: Ntilikina+ C Lee
NY: Walker

3) NY-Clippers
Clipp: Hardaway+ Mudiay+1rnd pick NY
NY: Harris+ 2rnd pick Clippers 2019

NY
sign Bradley to a 60M 4y contract
Sign O'Quin to a 36M 3y contract

NY:
C:O'quin
PF: A Davis
SF: Harris
SG: Bradley
PG: Walker

Gasupo

1.) 17 Feb 2018 04:27:47
Maybe paying O'Quinn 12 mil is a good idea. The rest is ridiculous. Undervalued Walker, Davis never, Hardaway, Mudiay, and a lottery for T. Harris? Even paying Bradley 15 mil is out there. This would get any GM fired in 5 minutes.


2.) 17 Feb 2018 05:08:38
Why in the hell would NOLA give up Davis for Porzingis with ACL and take on Noah?


3.) 17 Feb 2018 10:19:39
It depends on what Cousins does. NO should trade Davis for younger assets if he leaves in free agency. Davis is a professional, bu he doesn't stay happy when they can't get better players in NO.
Porzingis for AD is a good trade.

I'm not sure what Bradley's value is. contract were big last year, because most teams had money to spent. The cap isn't going up much this year, so there's lesser money for players like Bradley.

And the clippers are rebuilding so Mudiay and a draft pick for Harris isn't a bad return.


4.) 17 Feb 2018 14:14:37
Davis is better than Zinger will end up being, and with the injury and the need to take on Noah, this is a big no.

Hornets are not making that deal. They're trying to clear cap space to avoid the repeater tax in 2019, why would they take on Lee's deal which runs through that season? They'll look to move Walker for a couple of cheaper young pieces and an expiring deal.


5.) 17 Feb 2018 16:13:59
Trade 1 will never happen Davis is better than Porzingis straight up and Noah's contract sucks. Also Charlotte can do far better for Walker.


6.) 17 Feb 2018 22:17:21
If you were my gm I'd fire you faster than Usain Bolt can run 100m.


 

 

15 Feb 2018 19:59:49
LA-Memphis

LA: M Gasol
Memphis:Ingram+Deng

LA-Minny
Minny: Ball
LA: J Butler

LA-Sac
Sac:Zubac+Bryant+1rnd pick Cle
LA:WC Stein

LA:
sign LBJ to a 120M 4y contract
sign CP3 80M 4y contract
T Ariza 40M 4y contract
Reddick 10M 2y

C: M Gasol/WC Stein
PF: LBJ/ Kuzma
SF:T Ariza/Hart
SG: Butler/Reddick
PG: CP3/Ennis

Gasupo

1.) 15 Feb 2018 20:43:05
There is no way Minny gives up Butler for Ball, nor will Paul sign for $20M a year or Redick at $5M.


2.) 15 Feb 2018 22:55:31
Minny will have a nice run with Butler this year, but he's already 29 and he's going to ask for a big contract when he's 31 years old. And Minny also have to pay KAT a max contract after next year. Ball is on a rookie contract for three more years. So that will give the Wolves time to develop and still stay under the luxurytax. So i think they would consider this trade offer.

CP3 is almost 34 years old. He doesn't need the money anymore. He wants a title and he has the same agent as LBJ. And the sponsors will give hime some extra money for playing in LA with LBJ. CP3 wants a title and this team has a window for beating golden state. And there are many good younger pointguards in the league, so his value could go down fast.

The offer for Reddick is a . little low, but he had a big contract last year and the teams don't have the capspace to spent the same next year. LA could try to get W Matthews if Reddick refuses the offer.


3.) 16 Feb 2018 16:00:15
I think as time goes by the value Ball has being on an affordable rookie contract deteriorates based on his Dad's circus. On the surface Minny seems like the perfect place away from the bright lights of L. A. for Ball to develop maturity on and off court. Shame his Dad can't do the same. Minny passes.


4.) 18 Feb 2018 04:57:28
There are too many things wrong with this scenario that I am not even going to list them.


 

 

 

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29 Jan 2018 13:00:05
What should NO do Cousins is injured?

Should they give cousins a new contract?
Should they trade A Davis and start a rebuilt?

Gasupo

1.) 29 Jan 2018 14:21:57
7-footers like Cousins generally never recover fully from Achilles tears. If they trade Davis now the fans base would abandon the team. If they don't, it's back in the old rut. Brutal decision for a team that was on the rise and now back to square one.
I'd estimate that Davis's value would be a starter and another rotation player (both under 25), plus a high lottery pick.


2.) 29 Jan 2018 15:41:50
So, out of curiosity. which 7 footers around the age of 27 have torn their achilles and never fully recovered?


3.) 29 Jan 2018 16:23:52
Elton Brand and Christian Laettner come to my mind.


4.) 29 Jan 2018 16:38:02
Christian Laettner, Mehmet Okur, Elton Brand, Bob Rule, Arvydas Sabonis.


5.) 29 Jan 2018 16:48:09
None have recovered back to form. Elton brand was never the same, Ewing was never the same. Not 27, but the list goes on and on. Being a step slower would be a problem. For anyone.


6.) 29 Jan 2018 17:18:00
Bynum had a strained (not torned) achilles
Eltond Brand wasn't never the same
And Kobe too, but he was also getting old.


7.) 29 Jan 2018 17:23:21
Brand's case was a little different bc he didn't stay in shape.


8.) 29 Jan 2018 21:02:28
Point was very few if any at his age. Ewing. Kobe. All older. Brand. Out of shape. Others were not stars. Meaning the teams didn’t see a reason to give the same minutes. No one knows.


9.) 29 Jan 2018 23:45:38
Collider, I think you're under estimating ADs value. Half the league would be willing to give up an arm and a leg for Davis given his age and contract length. I think Boston, Cleveland, Milwaukee, PHX, Portland, Washington, Philly, SA, and possibly GS would all make huge offers for him.


10.) 29 Jan 2018 23:24:21
Bynum was the second best center after d12.


11.) 30 Jan 2018 00:33:18
Kenne -- the problem with unloading half your team for Davis is that there wouldn't be enough talent left to pair with him. And in case we forget, AD has played more than 68 games in a season only once, and has never led his team to the playoffs. That's not all on him, but it is fact.
Of the teams you mentioned, Boston has the assets, Cleveland doesn't, Milwaukee does only if the Freak is in the deal, Phoenix only if they trade Booker, Portland if Lillard goes, Washington with Wall in it, Philly definitely does, SA with Leonard involved, and of course Golden State.


 

 

24 Jan 2018 23:41:04
1)clippers-Phoe-Portland

Portland: B Griffin+ Dudley

Phoe: McCollum

Clippers: T Chandler+ Turner+ 1rnd pick Phoe+ 1rnd pick Miami+ 1rnd pick bucks+ 1rnd pick Portland

2) Clippers-Sac-Cle

Cle: L Williams+ G Hill+ D Jordan

Sac: Osman+Zizic+Shumpert+1rnd pick cle 2021

Clippers: T Thompson+ JR smith+Labissiere+ 1rnd pick Nets

Gasupo

1.) 25 Jan 2018 00:58:50
Sac isn't going to get more than a 2nd out of Hill.


2.) 25 Jan 2018 09:29:48
Hill is on the wrong team. But he's a good player.
I would even consider offering the Nets pick for him. (Ok I understand Clevelandfans can kill me for this, but it's just my opinion)


3.) 25 Jan 2018 15:00:17
He's a good player, but he's over payed. If he had value, the Kings wouldn't be trying to dump him for some cap relief and a 2nd round pick, which I've seen reported multiple places.


4.) 26 Jan 2018 05:35:57
so does cj play point in phx?


 

 

23 Jan 2018 08:52:01
Is the Butler trade a good or a bad trade for Minny?

Butler is playing great for Minny, but he's already 28.
Dunn is playing much better this year, Markannen is going to be good and Z LaVine is showing his talent again.

Gasupo

1.) 23 Jan 2018 15:47:51
MIN wasn't in the playoffs, they are now 3rd in the tough west. Their defense is hugely improved, and he bails them out when things go awry. Yep. He is probably why you trade, and collect draft picks as a rebuilding team.


2.) 23 Jan 2018 19:23:26
I think it was good. I think it was more than just the players involved. It seemed like a culture change. It kind of announced that it's time to win and they have no excuses any more if they don't. They lost out on some young talent, but they are obviously significantly better this year. If they can make another big move at some point, this team could eventually challenge the Warriors.


3.) 23 Jan 2018 21:01:08
its a great trade for minn, even if 2 of the 3 guys they gave up become all stars someday i still think it was a good move, butler is an elite guy, i think their position in the west rn proves his worth.


 

 

09 Jan 2018 23:33:35
Phoe: McCollum+Zeller

Cha: Leonard+Turner+B Knight+1rnd pick Phoe+ 1rnd pick bucks

Portland: Batum+ Monroe+ 1rnd pick Miami


Phoenix receive a borderline all star, that can play pointguard and a good defensive centre

C: Zeller/Chandler
PF:Chriss/Bender
SF: Warren/Jackson
SG: Booker/Dudley
PG:Mccollum/Ulis

Charlotte take some bad contracts for two draft picks, so they will have three picks in next years draft. Turner needs another team, maybe he could be sollid on that team. And a healty Knight can be a good sixth man.


Portland can save some money and they get an extra draft pick, so they can built a team around Lillard. They can go afther D Cousins or resign Nurkic
Maybe they can use the pick to trade up in the draft and sign Porter or Doncic
C: Collins
PF: D Cousins
SF:Doncic
SG: Batum
PG: Lillard

Gasupo

1.) 10 Jan 2018 01:50:48
It's very tempting as a POR GM.


 

 

08 Jan 2018 10:26:07
What should Memphis do with M Conley and M Gasol? Should they start a rebuilt or give them another chance and wait untill the draft?

Gasupo

1.) 08 Jan 2018 12:33:27
Griz need a good back-up point, Conley uninjured, Parsons off their books, a good pick in this years draft, and a solid PF to help out Gasol, and they are good to go. Keep these guys. One might say upper level management is the problem, and this all started when Hollins, and former GM were let go a few years back. Hard to find guys like Gasol, and Conley.


2.) 08 Jan 2018 17:52:55
Imo, it's time to blow it up. They've just gotten worse every year, the roster doesn't have much upside, they won't have cap space for a while, they don't have all their picks, and Conley and Gasol are only going to lose value. Even in the best possible scenario for the Grizzlies the next year and a half can they get out the first round?


3.) 08 Jan 2018 19:34:02
Chalmers is actually half way decent. I was wrong, they have a good back-up PG.


 

 

 

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21 Feb 2018 08:26:13
Tha Philly team is scary

But Portland had a bad history with injuries. (Walton, S bowie, G Oden, B Roy) . i'm not sure they should take the risk.

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21 Feb 2018 08:22:38
So what's your problem jorgawood?

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21 Feb 2018 08:21:22
LA should trade Ball, Deng and Ingram in a package for a star.

Portland should get more

And I believe Mccollum would be better for Phoenix.

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21 Feb 2018 00:52:22
I think this is a great deal for Portland, it's Always the short term traders that lose and the long term investers that win.

Portland isn't going to play for a title and is over the cap and the tandem McCollum Lillard isn't working. Portland should trade McCollum, but there're to many good pointguards in the NBA, only a few teams would be interested (Phoenix, Orlando, .? ) . The return would be to low to make Portland a contender. So that's why Portland should trade both players, for young talents and start a full rebuilt.

This trade give them time.
You can dislike his father, but Ball is a talent.
C: Bol Bol
PF: Z Collins
Sf: Isaac
SG: Ingram
PG: Ball
They can have four all stars in a few years.

Gasupo

 

 

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20 Feb 2018 16:29:37
I can see Portland doing this, if they start a full rebuilt.
Maybe trading McCollumm to Phoenix for draft picks.

Portland could win this trade, both Adebayo and Winslow could be stars and Richardson is developing fast.

Gasupo

 

 

 

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