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23 Jan 2018 22:38:35
Cleveland Cavaliers - San Antonio Spurs

Cleveland trades: Kevin Love and Brooklyn's 1st round pick.

San Antonio trades: Kawhi Leonard.


1.) 24 Jan 2018 00:03:59
Not enough. I think I'd rather have P Gasol anyway. Cheaper too. Sac, or Atl, or Orl, or Phx, or Chi pick different story.



01 Jan 2018 22:30:42
Cleveland trades: Iman Shumpert, '18 first round pick (via Cle)

Chicago Bulls trade: Justin Holiday, Jerian Grant

Cleveland sheds some salary and adds a couple useful rotational guys.

Chicago gets a late first rounder for two bench players. Shump has a p/ o for next season.


1.) 02 Jan 2018 06:49:11
Unless the Cavs can bring in something of value, why trade Shumpert? He'll be in the rotation when he comes back and he's still one of the Cavs best perimeter defenders. If the Cavs would pull something like this they basically lose any flexibility they have to add to the roster and the message that winning isn't still the primary goal would help push Lebron out the door.

2.) 02 Jan 2018 14:06:11
I would say the same thing for the Bulls. They've got two solid players under control for another year after this. The best you're likely getting with the Cavs pick is one guy who could develop into one of these two. They're cheap, they bring a more veteran presence for the kids, and they're (most importantly) actually seeming to be willing to do that.



14 Dec 2017 19:13:40
Trade #1: Cleveland - Utah
Cleveland trades: Tristan Thompson and Cedi Osman
Utah trades: Derrick Favors and Dante Exum

Trade #2: Cleveland - Orlando
Cleveland trades: Kevin Love and Ante Zizic
Orlando trades: Aaron Gordon, Jonathan Isaac and Terrence Ross

-Waive Derrick Rose

Cleveland needs to add some youth. LeBron is a free agent and his departure is a real possibility. These trades prepare us for life after LeBron, along with the Brooklyn pick.

As a bonus, I'd fire Tyronn Lue and hire Jeff Van Gundy after the season is over.


1.) 14 Dec 2017 21:03:45
i like the idea of the orlando deal but it kind of makes “backwards” sense. its a here and now deal for the magic, future oriented for cavs. not saying its a bad move for the cavs, it just doenst make much sense for them as contenders. i'd like to think the cavs are thinking about the future, but i really think they just want to do what it takes to keep lebron around and this isn’t it.

2.) 14 Dec 2017 21:07:10
Orlando would probably want someone a little younger than love to invest in, but you never know. High pick too. Gordon is pretty good. Athletic too.

3.) 14 Dec 2017 21:46:29
I don't think Utah or Orlando entertains either deal and why start a rebuild? The Cavs are the odds on favorite to win the East and have the ammo to improve the roster. Foe as much talk as there is there still isn't another team who can sign Lebron without a lot of things going their way. The Lakers almost certainly would have to convince atleast George and probably Cousins to come while keeping their young players in house, Houston or the Spurs would both have to guy their rosters, Philly might have a chance but how long until they have a team that can compete with the Warriors and I've seen NY thrown out there which is laughable.

4.) 15 Dec 2017 06:09:51
Why would Orlando give up Gordon and Issac for love two young players for a 30 year old bad trade.

5.) 19 Dec 2017 22:35:06
This makes sense for the Cavs and the Cavs only! Orlando and Utah say No!



30 Aug 2017 18:16:56
Cleveland Cavaliers - Milwaukee Bucks

Cleveland trades: Kevin Love, Iman Shumpert and Channing Frye

Milwaukee trades: Khris Middleton, Greg Monroe, Malcolm Brogdon and '18 first round pick (top 10 protected in '18, top 5 protected in '19-'20 or second round picks in '21 and '22).


1.) 30 Aug 2017 18:30:54
Considering Middleton is better overall than Love, why would Milwaukee even consider this?

2.) 30 Aug 2017 19:36:42
No bias there from a minny fan eh Carl?

3.) 30 Aug 2017 21:07:19
I wouldn't give up Brogdon, Middleton and a first for that package.

4.) 31 Aug 2017 16:38:42
The Bucks weren't even offering a pick in the proposed Irving deal what makes you think they would throw one in this deal when they are gaining so much more salary on top of a lesser player then Irving in Love?

5.) 31 Aug 2017 18:46:38
LarryLegend: the bucks also wasn't NEARLY enough for Irving. Not even close.

I'm not saying this is a good trade for the bucks, it's an overpay. But to get an elite player, you have to pay. And yes, Love is an elite player.

6.) 31 Aug 2017 23:26:00
Love is not elite. He's an All-Star, but don't push it.



26 Aug 2017 19:40:39
Cleveland Cavaliers - Los Angeles Clippers

Cleveland trades: Kyrie Irving, Channing Frye and Richard Jefferson.

Los Angeles trades: DeAndre Jordan, Patrick Beverly and '18 first round pick (via Rockets) .





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02 Feb 2017 21:33:59
Cleveland Cavaliers sign Jordan Farmar and J. J. Hickson.


1.) 03 Feb 2017 14:22:32
Jordan got posterized.



02 Feb 2017 20:05:48
Cleveland Cavaliers sign Jordan Farmar and Andray Blatche.




26 May 2016 22:31:33
Philadelphia 76ers offseason:

Trade Jahlil Okafor to Boston for the #3 pick and Avery Bradley.

Trade Carl Landry, Hollis Thompson and pick #24 to a team willing to take the final year of his contract.

Sign Dario Saric 4 yrs 60m.

#1 pick: (SF) Brandon Ingram
#3 pick: (PG) Jamal Murray
#26 pick: (SG) DeAndre Bembry

PG: Jamal Murray / Kendall Marshall / T. J. McConnell
SG: Avery Bradley / Nick Stauskas / DeAndre Bembry
SF: Brandon Ingram / Robert Covington / Jerami Grant
PF: Dario Saric / Rashaun Holmes / Christian Wood
C: Nerlens Noel / Joel Embiid.


1.) 27 May 2016 00:03:26
I don't think Celtics give up that much for Okafor. I don't think they should even give up just #3 for him since I don't believe he is a good fit. I don't understand why 76ers would do second trade either. 76ers have plenty of cap space and I don't think they'll attract any decent FA so why give up assets to get rid of a contract that isn't even that bad and in its final year.



26 May 2016 20:53:01
Philly offseason:

Trade Okafor and #26 pick to Boston for #3 pick and Avery Bradley.

#1 pick: SF Brandon Ingram

#3 pick: PG Jamal Murray

#24 pick: PF Thon Maker

PG: Jamal Murray / Kendall Marshall / T. J. McConnell
SG: Avery Bradley / Nick Stauskas / Hollis Thompson
SF: Brandon Ingram / Robert Covington / Jerami Grant
PF: Thon Maker / Rashaun Holmes / Christian Wood
C: Nerlens Noel / Joel Embiid.


1.) 26 May 2016 22:28:00
Can we like stop with these Okafor for the 3rd pick plus a player trades? Yes there were talks but Okafor does not fit our system and we will not give up more than just the 3rd pick for him. Danny has a mind set where he has to feel like he wins the trade. So there is no way the Sixers get the 3rd pick AND any of Smart, Bradley or Crowder.

2.) 27 May 2016 00:12:57
Okafor is a throwback big man. His strong back to the basket offensive skill set is extinct in this league since it eats up clock and slows down offense. Since league is becoming more guard driven big men are more valuable that are athletic can play defense, especially quick enough to guard pick and roll and able to switch onto perimeter players for a little bit and rebound neither of which are Okafor's strong suit. Their offense This doesn't mean Okafor isn't a good player and will never improve on these things but most established teams like Celtics aren't built to support his style of play. Thus I see Okafor being most effective and valuable to a team that's deep in the rebuilding phase and can get pieces to fit around Okafor (since he has the makings of an all-star caliber center and prolific scorer) rather than the Celtics who are trying to fit the missing piece to their puzzle.

3.) 27 May 2016 17:15:09
Personally, I agree with Jaw entirely. I think Okafor is a solid franchise center, i do not believe he will be a top 3-4 center in the league. Not bad but not elite. He just doesn't have the potential to dominate both sides of the ball like a Towns or Davis. And I would choose Jordan over him. And Porzingis. And a few other centers.

Even still. IF the celtics took a gamble and did the 3 for okafor, that's a big if. to then assume the celtics include bradley for a late 1st is nonsense.

The sixers would be lucky to snag just the 3 for okafor. To expect other benefits in the trade doesn't seem realistic. Its not a match for either team.

4.) 27 May 2016 18:09:49
Thank you guys. But people don't get that at all and they will continue to post the SAME EXACT TRADE each and every day.

5.) 27 May 2016 18:45:32
@larry: NO! We must as a group post at least one Dangelo Russell for jimmy butler, one victor oladipo for Paul George, one Oka4 for #3, and one Zach Lavine and the #5 for whichever rumoured trading block fodder captivaes us that day, every day. If we don't, WHO WILL? So please stop being selfish and work on a #3 for Oak post immediately. Think of the children Larry, THE CHILDREN!

6.) 27 May 2016 19:34:38
Has anyone mentioned Okafor to the Celtics today?

7.) 27 May 2016 19:59:04
Yes! JJ_PR did. its on page 2 now.

8.) 27 May 2016 21:00:50
and he just posted another one too.

9.) 27 May 2016 21:41:49
I know. Tho in his defense I'm pretty sure if you post something here enough times it automatically happens in real life.

10.) 28 May 2016 00:28:59
That would explain bensimmons, drainer and true bigot. Guess durant, lebron and Chris Paul will all be playing for the vet minimum for the magic the mavs and the lakers next year.



21 May 2016 01:47:01
Lakers - Houston

Lakers trade: #2 pick, Russell and Randle

Houston trades: James Harden.


1.) 21 May 2016 23:46:50
I hate that trade for the Lakers but if I'm Houston I'm jumping all on that. They don't have much outside of Harden and by dealing him they'd have a young core of Russell, Ingram/ Simmons, Randle and Capela going forward. They could also resign Jones and DMo.




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02 Jan 2018 15:53:15
Solid for all teams involved.




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02 Jan 2018 15:51:27
I'm a cavs fan. That's horrible for Atlanta!




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26 Aug 2017 19:25:13
Cleveland trades: Kyrie Irving, TRISTAN THOMPSON.




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25 Aug 2017 13:24:28
Triangle O: That's the worst case scenerio. If LBJ commits long term, I could see uthe cavs being able to retain both Boogie and Isaiah as well.




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23 Jul 2017 16:10:32
As long as the picks are unprotected, it's not a terrible ide (and I'm a cavs fan) . Perhaps add Brandon Ingram to the deal?





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