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19 May 2017 20:34:07
76ers/Lakers

Steps in the offseason

1.Sixers get D.Russell
Lakers get: Sixers 2018 unprotected #1, this year picks #36, 39, and Okafor.

2.Sixers sign JJ Redick 3yr/$48mill

3.Sixers sign Ilyosova 2yr/$22 mill

4.Sixers draft Josh Jackson

I think in todays " positionless" NBA, the mix of ball handlers, shooters, shut down wing defenders, and a strong two-way presence in the middle makes this team young, strong, deep, and very good. A starting 5 of:
Russell, Redick, J.Jackson, Simmons, and Embiid. Simmons as the primary ball handler. Bench of Saric, Covington, Holmes, Ilyosova, Bayless, Luwawa-Cab, McConnell, Anderson, Stauskas, pick#46.

Jvoug1

1.) 19 May 2017 20:52:47
One slight change: Instead of sixers "unprotectwd" 2018 #1, change it to the less favorable of the sixers and lakers 2018 #1 picks (sixers own rights to both) .


2.) 19 May 2017 21:02:09
Lakers say no. all this talk about trading Russell is garbage. Both Russell and Lonzo play good off the ball as well as on it. This backcourt is going to be dynamic.


3.) 19 May 2017 21:21:56
No way they give up the 1st unprotected, okafor, and 2 2nds. wayyyy too much for a guy that was drafted 1 slot ahead of okafor and has that many turnovers.


4.) 19 May 2017 21:31:56
Lakers would probably just want their own 2018 pick back instead of taking the 76ers. Even then I'm not sure how interested Lakers would be in that although 2018 draft class would enable them to potentially get the franchise center that Lakers have historically had. As Daniel20 mentions Russell and Lonzo could easily coexist and be a great tandem in the backcourt so I don't think Lakers have to rush into a deal now that they are likely to get Lonzo.

They'd probably want to test the two out together and see how 76ers and Lakers records look before potentially moving Russell for a 2018 draft pick.


5.) 20 May 2017 00:51:34
Gpack17 where guys are drafted have no bearing on their value two years out. With that logic Okafor should be more valuable than Porzingis since he was selected 1 pick before him but this obviously can't be further from the truth.

Seeing the two play for two years Okafor has proven to be a good post scorer but a sub par defender and rebounder for his size and is a poor shooter and average athlete making his ceiling not that high and a poor fit for most nba teams. Russell did have a disappointing 2nd season overall but I think he showed enough in his first season and at the end of this past season for many to believe he has the potential to be an all-star caliber player at either guard spot due to his shooting ability, size and craftiness. Russell's assist to turnover ratio was pretty bad (2nd worst only to Clarkson for point guards) and this is a reason I think Russell would be better suited to play most of his minutes at shooting guard and bringing in Ball to be a natural pg would help him a lot. If he were to go to 76ers with them having Simmons I believe he'd also be in a position where he'd be at his best as a combo guard with Simmons handling a majority of traditional pg duties.


 

 

17 May 2017 18:30:23
76ers/Lakers

There is no way d.russell has a trade value of a top 3 pickin this draft. No way. But i still think he has potential and is a good fit with the sixers. The sixers currently own the lakers unprotected #1 pick next year.

Sixers get: Russell
Lakers get: own 2018 #1 and okafor.

Russell could fit nicely next to simmons.
Sixers sign jj redick.

Jvoug1

1.) 17 May 2017 18:50:58
He is not worth Okafor and a #1 no way. Turns the ball over way too much for a starting PG in the nba.


2.) 17 May 2017 18:59:51
Simmons will be the primary ball handler more likely, Russell will be a good spot up shooter at the PG position.


3.) 17 May 2017 19:03:16
I think the key is that he may not end up being a full time PG, and as a combo guard, I think he's got value.


4.) 17 May 2017 19:17:10
Exactly triangle O. Russell would be a secondary ball handler with simmons on the court, and russell excelled as a combo guard. I think its fair value.


5.) 17 May 2017 19:28:26
The Sixers own pick and okagor would be more appealing to the Sixers. The Lakers are going to stink again this year.


6.) 17 May 2017 21:49:31
PG who turned it over more than Russell (mind you he is a second year player and will improve) :

westbrook
wall
bledsoe
schroder
curry
harden
dragic
lowry
holiday

good call gpack. none of those will make it in the nba either.


 

 

06 May 2017 23:44:29
Lakers/76ers

If Laker pick conveys to sixers this year(53.1% cance it will), then the lakers 2019 #1 automatically goes to Orlando. This leaves the Lakers without a #1 in 2019 and only a late first via rockets this year.

Sixers get: Russell
Lakers get: kings unprotected 2019 #1 and Okafor.

Jvoug1

1.) 07 May 2017 14:24:18
No from Lakers.


2.) 08 May 2017 16:24:18
No from Sixers.


 

 

30 Apr 2017 15:57:56
76ers/Knicks trade
76ers draft
76ers FA
As a sixer fan I hope they get the top pick and draft Fultz. But there's only a 14% chance of that happening. More realistic the laker pick conveys(53%) and sixers wind up with picks 5 and 6.

Draft:#5 Isaac, #6 Monk. Seems reasonable.

Sign:JJ Redick 2 years/42m. Seems reasonable.

Trade:
Sixers get Melo
Knicks get OKC 2020 protected#1, 2019 knicks #2 returned, Stauskas.

Sixers take back Melos 56 million for 2 years. Melo is still close to NY and 1 hour from his home town. Knicks get a late #1, early #2, a back up shooting guard and salary relief.
Possibly reasonable???

After 2 years Melo and Redicks contracts expire. Fits Sixers timetable of salary perfectly. let's young guns( all 19yrs old) Isaac, Monk, and Korkmaz ease into future starting roles. Saric becomes ultimate 6th man and leads second unit. Very fluid roster with possible position movement for better match ups. Eventually seeing Isaac as the starting stretch 4 once he bulks up some. Most likely Okafor is also moved some time soon for future pick. The additions of redick and melo added to a core of simmons. Embiid, and saric ahould lead this team into the playoffs. Playoff experience for these young guys should pay dividends buy the time they are all 22-26 and hitting their primes. Plus Sixers still have all their own pick, a valuable unprotected Kings #1 in 2019, and more 2nd rounders then they can handle.

Pg:Simmons,Bayless,McConnell
Sg:Redick,Monk,Korkmaz,Anderson
Sf:Covington,Isaac,Luwawa-Cab
Pf:Melo,Saric,Isaac
C: Embiid,Holmes,Okafor

Jvoug1

1.) 30 Apr 2017 16:29:25
Two questions:
1. Any trade needs Anthony's approval. Why would he agree to go to one of the worst teams in the league?
2. Why would a team with young talent and a future want Anthony?

Doesn't make sense from either end.


2.) 30 Apr 2017 16:53:19
Supercollinder: Actually you kinda contradicted yourself. Worst team in the league, but has talent and a future? You can't judge the same thing in the present and future tense just to fit your opinion. Also, Porzingis said he loved playing with melo because it " made the game easier for him". I think guys like simmons, embiid, and saric could also benefit in a similiar way. Young guys always point to the veterans as to why they where able to figure out " how to succeed" in the Association. A "future" in NBA terms means " if it don't happen in 3-5 years, its time to rebuild again. Sixers are on the cusp of being a good team. Plus, there aren't many top teams that can take Melos humungous salary hit. Just because he has a no trade clause doesn't mean he can pick any team, it only means he can pick from the teams that can afford to trade for him. Hope this answered your questions.


3.) 30 Apr 2017 17:25:26
I think Melo to Philly makes a lot of sense actually. For all Supercollider's hate on of Anthony, teammates seem to like him. He got rave reviews from his teammates in Brazil, and you hear a guy like Zinger talk with reverence about him, and at least partly skipped his exit interview with PJ based on how Melo was treated.

I also think Melo would consider Philly, they're a better team than the Knicks right now, will continue to grow, and he'll still get the chance to be the go-to scorer there.


4.) 30 Apr 2017 17:37:55
Jvoug, you realize who talking to about Melo?


5.) 30 Apr 2017 19:02:07
I'm not sure Reddick signs with Philly, but that seems like more than a fair price for him.

I think you'd need to include Okafor in the trade with Melo. Okafor and Porzingas would be interesting. Porzingas can stretch the floor and open up in the inside for Okafor and cover for his defensive inability. That's exactly the type of big you need to pair Okafor with.


6.) 30 Apr 2017 19:52:15
For sixers fans . see this

Phila / Alfarouq Aminu - Shabazz Napier - Alan Williams

Portland / TJ McConell - TJ Warren - Richaun Holmes - Shaw Long

Suns / Ed Davis - Robert Covington - Jared Bayless

He does not do anything wrong these changes to the teams .

Malik Monk is selected on the 4 pick

Gordon Hayward signed (maybe 70 x 3 years)

Phila / Nick Staukas

Spurs / Dwayne Dedmon

How was this equipment?

Ben Simmons / Sergio Rodriguez / Napier
Gerald Henderson / MALIK MONK
Gordon Hayward / Justin Anderson
D. Saric / Al Farouq Aminu / Alan Williams
Joel Embiid / Jahlil Okafor / Dedmon.


7.) 01 May 2017 00:36:23
Why would you give up Covington, McConnell and Holmes for poor man's versions of each of them.


8.) 08 May 2017 00:18:40
Yeees I like this operation.


 

 

23 Apr 2017 15:50:02
76ers/Blazers

76ers/Kings


Sixers get:McCollum
Blazers get: #3 overall pick

If sixers get picks 3 and 4(all that needs to happen is the draft order flip flops 3 and 4, sixers get both). Blazers shed a huge contract amd get a top 3 pick(Josh Jackson maybe?) in a loaded draft they cam secure for 4 or 5 years at a low cost. Lillard and McCollum may be fun to watch, but that combo isn't going to win you any playoff series. I think portland may package their other 3 first rounders to move up and get another top 10 pick or future first rounders to spread the picks out over a few years. Maybe sixers take back another contract from blazers for salary relief. Sixers get a perfect compliment to simmons.

Trade 2:
Sixers get:picks 8 and 10
Kings get:pick 4,36,and 39

Sixers take Markannen at 8 and Ntilikna at 10

Sixers sign pateick patterson as backup pf

C: Embiid,Holmes,Okafor
Pf:Saric,Markannen,Patterson
Sf:Covington,Luwawa-Cab,Anderson
Sg:McCollum,Bayless,Stauskas
Pg:Simmons,McConnel,Ntilikna

Still have all own picks, 2019 kings unprotected #1, 2020 OKCs protected #1, a bizillion second rounders, and 19 year old sg Korkmaz in Europe.

Jvoug1

1.) 23 Apr 2017 16:10:33
The 2nd trade seems reasonable, but Mccollum is worth more than the third pick. Why would Portland give up a young player who is a borderline allstar for a player who might not pan out.


2.) 23 Apr 2017 18:33:21
Rrkenne16.using that logic an established player would never be traded for a top lottery pick. It happens for team fit, salary, potential and player control reasons to name a few. I also added that philly may need to take back a contract to entice portland to do the deal.


3.) 23 Apr 2017 19:11:22
Young stars rarely get moved unless they won't resign. Mccollum is locked up long term. Cj put up 23 on 48 percent from the field. You make him fit, because it's going to be next to impossible to replace that kind of production. He's 24, been in the league for only 4 years, and has improved a ton the past two years. They have 3 mid to late first round picks this year if they want to clear capspace and multiple large contracts they could move. They are a young playoff team. They are more likely to try and add a star player rather than move one for a pick. Unless they are getting a guaranteed star in return or a huge package of young players and picks there is no reason to move him.


4.) 24 Apr 2017 00:18:07
I don't think the value is terrible but it doesn't make sense for a young team on the rise to trade an proven young player like McCollum for a draft pick who could end up a complete bust. They do have salary issues but those can be solved without having to deal McCollum.


 

 

 

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28 Apr 2017 18:23:50
76ers/knicks

Sixers get: Melo
Knicks get: Okafor.

Straight up deal. Sixers are only one of a handful of teams that can absorb melos 55 million over the next 2 years. Knicks get a 21 year old center who can score and fits nicely into the triangle offense. Knicks also free up a ton of money to improve team in other areas of need. Melo is 1 hour from where he grew up and not far from NY. Leaves with a ring in 2019.

Pg: Simmons
Sg: Monk
Sf: Covington
Pf: Melo
C: Embiid

Jvoug1

1.) 29 Apr 2017 15:31:35
Here's the issue with this. Okafor is awful. Zero defense. Thef be likely 4th on the depth chart. And really just a bad player. Knicks want, and will get, some value for melo. This certainly isn't that value.


2.) 29 Apr 2017 15:49:00
Hamburger. I see your point. I guess i'm not as down on Okafor (certainly don't view him as a potential star any more, but a kid with skills none the less) as some are. And i have read that Jackson likes Okafor to a degree. Okafor is just 21. Should be a junior in college. I think he still has some upside. But i also can see knicks fans wanting more value for melo. You want 3 or 4 of your second rounders back over the next 5 years?


3.) 01 May 2017 22:03:57
lol. hell get traded to the clippers, celts or cavs. depending on playoffs.

my guess is s&t for griffen. just seems right.


 

 

12 Apr 2017 22:52:54
76ers/Blazers

Portland is on the books for over 137 million in guranteed salary next year. Over 12 million more then the second highest paid team. Absoluyely zero flexibility with all that $$ tied up. Sixers have a better thrn 50% chance to land the Makers pick at either 4 or 5. I suggest a trade that may help both teams.

Sixers get:McCollum
Blazers get: top 5 pick, stauskas.

Sixers get combo guard that would pair up next to Simmons nicely. McCollum is a top scorer and a 42% 3pt shooter. Exactly what philly needs. Blazers get a top pick in a loaded draft. Can draft a stud wing and save 20 million. I think there could be other small parts to sweeten the deal for portland, but I think shedding McCollums 24 million salary, at a position they are stacked at, could workin rheir favor. A Tatum or Issac next to Lilliard and Nurkic could be nice.

Jvoug1

1.) 14 Apr 2017 08:38:05
Not awful for Portland but I think dealing McCollum for a rookie would set them back when they have good momentum after Nurkic trade and are already relatively young. If they are that afraid of luxury tax I think they could easily use some of their 3 first rounders (they have #15, #19 and #25) in this draft to get a bad team like Nets or Kings to take on some of their bad contracts.

Not sure how reasonable it is but I really liked a trade I saw someone post on this website where Portland gave up McCollum, Crabbe, Leonard and their 3 first rounders to the Bulls for Butler. This trade would get Portland out of the luxury and give them one of best backcourts in the league with Lillard and Butler who's defensive ability would add another dimension to that team.

Bulls would benefit from getting McCollum who is young enough to build around, has the skills to play pg and would likely improve as a #1 option. They'd also get 3 first rounders to add to their own (likely package some of them to move up) and although Crabbe and Leonard have bad contracts both are relatively young and would likely earn solid minutes on that Bulls team.

McCollum would be a perfect fit for 76ers as a proven scoring threat that is locked up long term but still young enough to grow with that team. I think he is the type of player they'd hope Monk would develop into and likely who they'd take if they got Lakers pick.


 

 

17 Mar 2017 19:43:27
76er moves

1. Sign Blake Griffin to max deal. Griffin raves about the sixers energy and never give up play. Has great respect for brett brown. Him and Embiid would be a great duo.
2. Sign JJ Redick to 2 year, 45 million deal. I think Gtiffin and redick are both leaving the clips, bring them both to philly. Redick serves an immediate need as a shooter and respected vet. He is also an underrated defender.
3. Draft Malik Monk. Monk should be available if the sixers pick in the 4-6 range. Kids only 19, a year or two learning from redick could do wonders.
4. Let Korkmaz develop one more year on europe. he's only 19.
5. Let go stauskas, rodriguez, henderson, long.

There has to he a mix of vets and kids on a roster. The $$ it will take to sign reddick and griffin will not effect the ability to sign Embiid, Simmons, or Saric to future deals. And we still have lakers unprotected #1 next year and kings unprotected #1 the following year.

Pg:Simmons,Bayless,McConnell
Sg:Redick,Monk,Luwawa-Cabarrot
Sf:Covington,Saric,Anderson
Pf:Griffin,Saric,Holmes
C: Embiid,Okafor,Splitter

This roster has mamy different possibilities and seems to be able to hold up if inkjuries occurr to any position.

Jvoug1

1.) 17 Mar 2017 20:58:34
With the one remaining roster spot, possibly sixers are able to trade a couple eraly seconds for a late first to a salary cap strapped team. Maybe to portland for the #27 pick. Hopefully pick up a potential decent player that falls on draft night.


2.) 18 Mar 2017 16:12:00
Griffin is probably not leaving, especially to go to the lowly 76ers. Redick is most likely not leaving either unless another team were to offer substantially more money than the Clippers, and I still don’t think he would go to the 76ers either.


3.) 19 Mar 2017 04:48:41
Rumor has it Paul and Griffin deals are already set they just have to wait until this offseason to sign them however I'd like to see things shake up and don't think the Clippers team the way its currently built will ever achieve anything significant.

76ers are certainly an exciting team and if they got someone the caliber of Griffin would be a playoff team and with their youth and the "unknown" factor who knows how their season would end up. Not certain Griffin is the best fit but he isn't necessarily a bad one either. However, with the injuries that have plagued Embiid and Simmons being a complete unknown at this point I don't see Philly as a realistic spot for a player of Griffin's caliber to go unless Philly moves some of its future picks to add some more win-now type talent. "Trust the process" isn't the motto of a win-now team so culture needs to change before they can attract top talent.

I think Sixers could potentially get Reddick due to how much cap space they have but I think I much rather give Monk the minutes, reps and shots in the NBA and bring in a veteran past his useful life that would be cheaper and not require as much minutes to mentor him.


4.) 19 Mar 2017 19:41:32
Yo tombrady: the "lowly" sixers just kicked the boyz in green ass's back to beantown. Oh wait, sixers are playing for nothing and boston trying to be the top seed in the east? I know, I know. no IT today. But what about all those allstar guards douchebag danny has drafted. Brown, Smart, bradely, rozier. Thought they might pick up the slack a bit. Oh yeah, sixers without their two best players, Embiid and Simmons.


5.) 20 Mar 2017 16:25:44
Celtics: 44-26
76ers: 26-43

Celtics also have the Nets pick which has better odds than your pick right now.

Congrats on the one win though! Would you like a ring? We have 17.


6.) 20 Mar 2017 17:04:11
Just a reply to your " lowly sixers" comment. Could have just left it alone, but you had to take that cheap dig. And i'm not comparing the history of the franchises, and bostons rebuild started with a lot more positives on their plate then the sixers. Go deflate a football.


7.) 21 Mar 2017 18:54:26
HAHAH, did you really just try, as a philadelphia fan and presumably an eagles fan, to mock the patriots? Go deflate a football? As if that's an insult. I believe the rebut is 5 super bowl championships with Brady, to zero. ever. Fly eagles. well, not really. They always suck.


8.) 22 Mar 2017 00:01:53
Actually not an ragles fan at all. Steelers since mid 70s.


9.) 22 Mar 2017 00:07:36
And i actually have a ton of respect for tom brady the quarterback and the pats organization. The greatest ever imo. Just frustrated. I just let the little" lowly sixers" jab get under my skin. But back to my original post, i think jj redick has a chance to come to philly if we overpay a bit.


 

 

05 Mar 2017 19:16:47
76ers dream offseason:

1.Sixers finish with 4th worst record, Kings finish with 6th worst record. These two scenarios are very realistic. This gives the sixers an 18.2% chance at #1 factoring in the puck swap, not bad odds when 25% chance is all the celts get with the nets swap. Land #1 pick and draft Markelle Fultz.

2. Lakers finish at #3, giving sixers a 56% chance the pick falls to 4 or 5. Draft Malik Monk.

3. Sign JJ Reddick as a FA. Still can shoot the lights out and is a great locker room guy from all accounts.

4. Sign Patrick Patterson as backup pf. Quality role guy.

5. Let Rodriguez, Henderson or Stauskas, Splitter walk.

Pg:Fultz,McConnell,Bayless
Sg:Reddick,Monk,Stauskas/Henderson
Sf:Simmons,Covington,Anderson,TLC
Pf:Saric,Patterson
C: Embiid,Okafor,Holmes

Tons of flexibility with this line up. Could have Simmons, Covington, Anderson, and saric moving between a number of positions. Still 4 second rounders this year, maybe package a few of the earlier ones and try to land a later first round pick.And have korkmaz over seas for one more year as 19 year old sg.

Jvoug1

1.) 05 Mar 2017 20:29:52
Didn't really realize how solid a shot 76ers have at potentially landing Fultz or Ball (assuming Kings drop in standings) . This years lottery should be interesting.


2.) 05 Mar 2017 20:58:10
I like it except I say let both Stauskas and Henderson walk and bring back Splitter as a veteran and big man depth.


 

 

27 Feb 2017 19:55:47
When the 76ers go plete the buyout of Bogut, and embiid being on the shelf again, and Noel gone, what about signing Terrence Jones who was released by the pels?? I think it would be a good signing for philly.

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24 May 2017 03:41:04
Obviously the sixers say yes. Maybe send that #26 pick to the bulls instead of sixers. Philly still should say yes and it evens out the trade a bit.

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22 May 2017 05:19:30
Is Ross enough to move from 6 to3? Seems like sixers could find more value in a trade elsewhere. d then you have philly adding a #2 and a role player to " sweeten the pot"? This is a great deal for orlando, not philly. i'd like to here from another poster who honestly thinks ross gets you from 6 to 3.

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22 May 2017 00:40:15
Sixers have no reason to agree to this trade.

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20 May 2017 16:51:04
Love this trade for philly.

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20 May 2017 16:29:54
I think that's too high of a price to move from 3 to 1 in a draft that is talented, but a definite drop off after pick 3. More then a few experts feel J. Jackson may be the best talent in this draft. No eat do I include the lakers unprotwcted next year. Maybe switch it with sixers pick next year (or lesser of the two) . That laker pick could be top 3 again.

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