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16 Dec 2017 22:07:53
Cle: D cousins+R Rondo

NO: McCollum

Portland: Shumpert+ Frye+ 1rnd pick Nets+ 1rnd pick NO




16 Dec 2017 12:13:41
Cle: Favors+ 2rnd pick 2021

Utah: Shumpert+ 1rnd pick Cleveland 2021

cleveland dumps Shumpert and receives a good defender.

Shumpert can take part in the Jazz rotation and the 2021 pick is a good future asset for them.


1.) 16 Dec 2017 18:08:07
Bulls want picks, they need to add salary too. I'm sure there is a small contract CHC would part with for that deal.

2.) 16 Dec 2017 18:11:46
Pondexter would get that deal done for the Bulls I bet, and it expires after this season.



15 Dec 2017 13:38:32
cleveland: M Gasol+ Conley
trade: Shumpert+ T Thompson+ I Thomas+J Crowder+ D Rose+ 1rnd pick Nets+ 1rnd pick Cleveland 2021

New Orleans: J Crowder+ I Thomas
Trade: O Asik+ 1rnd pick 2018 (top 3 protected)+ 1rnd pick 2020 (top 7 protected)

Memphis: D Rose+ O Asik+ T Thompson+ Shumpert+ 1rnd pick Nets+ 1rnd pick NO+ 1rnd pick NO 2020+ 1rnd pick cleveland 2021

Cleveland receive two stars and go's all in
C: M Gasol/Frye
PF: K Love/Green/Zizic
SF: LBJ/ Smith/ Osman
SG: K Korver/ D Wade
PG: Conley/Calderon

NO: They dump Asik's contract and they get an All star. They can go over the cap to resign both D Cousins and IT, or they get capspace to rebuilt around AD next year.
PF:A Davis
SF:T Allen
SG: Jr Holiday

Memphis receive 4 draft picks so they can rebuilt and they propably keep the 2019 pick (Boston)


1.) 15 Dec 2017 17:38:51
I like it for the Pels Gasupo. Crowder would be starter at SF though over Allen.

2.) 16 Dec 2017 00:40:39
Gasol and conley are worth more.



14 Dec 2017 13:31:40
A trade dealine deal, if OKC keep strugling.

OKC: B Griffin+ clarckson

LA Lakers: Westbrook

clippers: L Ball+ Ingram+ Deng+ A robertson

PF: B Griffin
SF:C Anthony
SG:P George
PG: clarckson

LA can go after two free agents next year

Clippers start a rebuilt. They propably keep the 2019 and 2020 pick, so they only have to give 2 2rnd picks. Ball stays in LA and can get a fresh start(hopefully without his dad)


1.) 14 Dec 2017 14:48:13
Lakers would probably want some or at least one pick.

2.) 14 Dec 2017 18:55:46
okc would want a lot more than the most injury-prone star in the league and a role player to move the face of their franchise. quite frankly, russ isn't getting traded.
furthermore, how are the clippers getting arguably a better package. just for the sake of entertaining this deal, i'd say send steven adams to la and lonzo to okc (even tho lonzo is about as likely to be traded as russ)
maybe randle to okc also.



13 Dec 2017 08:53:28
Philly: D Lillard

NY: McCollum

Portland: noah+ Bayless+ A Johnson+Fultz+ Ntilikina+ 1rnd pick LA (or Sac pick 2019)+ 1rnd pick NY 2018+ 1rnd pick NY 2020


1.) 13 Dec 2017 09:31:23
Portland would have to waive, or trade 2 players immediately with this deal. NY needs a point guard, or SF/ PF, and whether you switch Lillard, or Mccollum your not getting an elite ball hawk/ distributor. Great shooters. Philly loves this deal. Noah has a nearly untradable contract. It's just the truth. Amir, and Noah together gives Portland 6, PF/ C. Not counting E. davis, Aminu. Good effort, I struggled to find future assets, and short term contracts for Mirotic, and Lopez of Chicago. I didn't find any. Chandler Parsons was my only sort of realistic option. I am very interested in what the pros of trading actually pull off this season. Probably small insignificant trades. The T. V. Money rumors before T. V. Money was had, and salary cap rumors ended up being over estimated devasted the league with Mozgovs, Dengs, Asiks, Parsons, Turners, Noahs type deals that are crippling. Something is going to give, and it's probably teams stretching guys out for years to come. Talent pool got huge all of the sudden, and young guys are ready like never before. I am aware of some non-public media information about players thoughts, and opinions, but what upper management is willing to give away for a loss is tougher than ever this year.




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08 Dec 2017 23:12:41
Celtics: B Griffin

Clippers: G Hayward+ 1rnd pic Memphis


1.) 09 Dec 2017 05:10:12
I challenge you Gasupo to stop trading big names and try proposing minor deals. Something like this ain't happening.

2.) 09 Dec 2017 11:19:32
This wouls be.

3.) 09 Dec 2017 11:22:04
This would be a good move for both teams.

Te celtics don't need Hayward and they get an extra big man.

This team could beat Cleveland and Goldenstate
C: Horford
PF: Griffin
SF: tatum
SG: Smart
PG: Irving
Sixth: J Brown

It's time for the Clippers to go in a rebuilt.
They don't have capspace and they keep the 2019 and 2020 draft pick if they don't make the playoffs.

4.) 09 Dec 2017 18:12:53
Celtics would add lakers pick too.

5.) 09 Dec 2017 20:38:25
Nah Cs won’t trade Hayward his injury looked a lot worse than it actually was Blake seems to have one injury after another.

6.) 10 Dec 2017 17:08:36
Heard Griffin loves LA. Boston, would be a punishment if you like LA, regardless of playing situation.



19 Nov 2017 10:51:51
Wo should the Wolves take if they could redo the 2015 draft.
KAT or Porzingis ?


1.) 20 Nov 2017 08:58:54
100% towns just my opinion though.

2.) 21 Nov 2017 15:10:36
I think Porzingis is the better option for the moment.
But maybe that's because i'm European :-) :-) :-)

Both are great scorers and good defenders
KAT is more athletic and a better rebounder.
Porzingis is the better 3-point shooter and shotblokker.



06 Nov 2017 13:03:56
Who should the Clippers choose, if they could redo the 2009 draft.
Keep Griffin or take Harden or Curry?


1.) 06 Nov 2017 13:15:23
Given Curry and Griffin's injury histories, I go Harden. It feels like splitting hairs between him and Curry though.

2.) 06 Nov 2017 16:18:16
I mean, to also be fair, Curry's injury history. he hasn't missed time in 5+ years. I think harden has played 1 more game them him since the '12-'13 seasion.

In that time, Curry has won 2 MVPs and 2 Championships. Harden has none

So I think i'm going with Curry. Again, splitting hairs, but Curry at least tries on defense. Harden is legit one of the worst defenders in the history of the game. He just doesn't care. McHale wasnt wrong. its hard to be a leader and get on a teammate when you don't do it yourself. Do as I say, not as a do. doesn't work.

3.) 07 Nov 2017 08:53:37
I agree with Hamburger.

However it's tempting taking a hometown boy.
And i wonder how good B Griffin would have become if the Clippers didn't trade for CP3.

4.) 08 Nov 2017 18:43:48



30 Oct 2017 17:55:12
If Detroit could redo the 2003 draft. Who should they take?
C Anthony, D wade or Bosh?


1.) 30 Oct 2017 18:42:04
Wade and there's almost no argument to be made for the other two over him.

2.) 31 Oct 2017 14:59:12
I agree Wade is the best player overall. But i'm not sure Detroit should have drafted him.

Detroit already had R Hamilton as a shootingguard and they could use a big man. So if they drafted Wade, they propably trade Hamilton or Prince. Bosh could develop and replace B Wallace in 2006.
And the young C Anthony was almost as good as a young LBJ. I wonder how good he would have been if he also developed the defensive skils that team had.
Detroit with Anthony would have beaten the 2005 Spurs and the 2006 Heat and they could have beaten the 2007 Spurs and 2008 Celtics
Also Bosh and C Anthony are two years younger than D Wade.

So i would have drafted C Anthony.

3.) 01 Nov 2017 07:10:28
Carmelo for me.

4.) 01 Nov 2017 10:25:07
Come on. This is basketball. You pick the best player and make everything else work. Wade was a champion in his third year and in the playoffs was clearly the best player on that team. He's a much better passer, more efficient scorer, a better defender by a light year, more clutch, a better leader by about 7 light years, and far less selfish. He sacrificed being the guy to put together those Heat teams and took less money multiple times.

Before you say Melo didn't have talent around him or could have become a team first guy, he an amazing team around him in Denver. Jr was a great scorer and shooter, he had Chauncey and AI both at the tale end of their primes, Birdman and Martin were both really interior defenders, Affalo was a good 3 and d guy, and Nene might be one of the more underrated bigs from that era. He also had George Carl and was winning from basically go. He was never going to be a defender or team first guy. I'm not even sure he had the tools to be a really good defender. When he went to New York he was also on some pretty solid teams. He also isn't a great fit for most offenses. He may be the only player who regressed offensively in Dantoni's system. I don't think a team was ever going to win championship with Melo as their best player unless they were absolutely stacked with secondary players and I think Melo wouldn't have liked that anyway because he would have had to defer to often and for most of his career I don't think he would have been okay being the number 2 guy.

5.) 01 Nov 2017 12:05:22
Well Wade could only win a championship when he had a great Shaq and LBJ. The Heat barely made or missed the playoffs without another star. (not a shame, Kobe also missed the playoffs, when he didn't had the right players)

Mello had played for some good teams, but he never played with another superstar.
Billups was a good player with the right work ethics. But he was only an all star, because he played in the right team.
Iverson was already declining in Denver (33y)
Martin only was an all star because he had Jason Kidd.

That Denver team was good, but the Spurs and Lakers were stronger. Anthony was in his prme between 27y and 32. So he had only one good year with Stoudemire.

I agree it would be a tough decision, but i still think Carmelo would have been the best option for that Pistons team.

6.) 01 Nov 2017 12:12:56
Iverson put up something like 25 and 8 in his only full year with Denver. Those are still super star numbers. Chauncey made a couple of allstar games as an alternate during his time with Denver. Shaq was just as much on the tail end of competing as either of those guys for Wade's championship. Plus, Wade didn't run Shaq or anyone else out of town or ruin the chemistry of a really good team and force a trade.

7.) 01 Nov 2017 12:15:02
I'll end my diatribes by saying, who goes down as the better all time player, Wade or Melo? That's the only thing that should matter when picking a player.

8.) 01 Nov 2017 17:44:44
Melo made the conference finals with Billups (4-2 against the Lakers)
And the combo C Anthony/ Iverson was a mismatch.

9.) 03 Nov 2017 02:16:35
Wade first by a large margin.
Then Bosh, ahead of Anthony by an equally large margin.

10.) 03 Nov 2017 04:33:56
im riding with darko.



27 Oct 2017 14:35:24
What if Kobe was drafted under the new NBA rules? He couldn't enter the 96 draft and he would be available in the 97 draft.

Who would you choose?
Duncan or Kobe? (or McGrady)


1.) 28 Oct 2017 07:48:39
Kobe Bryant.

2.) 28 Oct 2017 13:56:52
Give me Duncan. He's a much more efficient player, held his value longer, is a team first guy, signed for under what he was worth multiple times to win, and was rarely injured.

3.) 28 Oct 2017 20:09:42
Kobe makes your franchise more money but brings baggage Duncan was all class and saved you money I would go Kobe.

4.) 29 Oct 2017 03:03:01
why would u not pick kobe. that's like picking someone other than lebron or mj in their respective classes.

5.) 29 Oct 2017 12:58:21
Houston did choose Olajuwon over MJ

T Duncan and Kobe both had a great careers,
Kobe: 5 titles, 2 MVP,18 all stars, 10 time all first, 8 time all def team.
Duncan: 5 titles, 2MVP, 15 all stars, 10 time all first, 8 time all def team.

Kobe was more exciting watching, but i think i rather built a team around T Duncan.

So i would pick Duncan.

6.) 01 Nov 2017 07:15:02
Tim Duncan for me!

The man never put a foot wrong
Easy to build a team around.




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16 Dec 2017 14:11:19
The Pelicans should take this offer, unless they're sure Cousins signs an extention.




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16 Dec 2017 14:09:11
they should drop the protection to top 5.




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16 Dec 2017 12:20:20
Sac should get the Nets pick.




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16 Dec 2017 12:18:46
i like this for the Clippers
But i think you need a third team for Jordan.
Sac needs picks.




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15 Dec 2017 13:47:26
not a bad trade idea.

Cavs take a a risk going all in, but they can start

I really like this for the Clippers.





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