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16 May 2019 15:45:56
LA Lakers Offseason

4- DeAndre Hunter

•Free Agency-
-Sign Klay Thompson 4yr max
-Re-sign JaVale McGee 1yr 4m
-Re-sign Rajon Rondo 1yr minimum
-Re-sign Alex Caruso 1yr minimum
-Sign Aron Baynes 1yr room exception
-Re-sign Tyson Chandler 1yr minimum

Pg. Ball, Rondo, Caruso
Sg. Thompson, Hart, Bonga
Sf. LeBron, Hunter
Pf. Kuzma, Ingram, Wagner,
C. McGee, Baynes, Chandler.


1.) 16 May 2019 16:50:51
I don’t see Klay leaving GS.

2.) 16 May 2019 17:19:39
Can they afford Klay if they resign KD?

3.) 16 May 2019 17:34:43
Only way I see Klay leaving is if they max out durant and lowball Klay.

4.) 16 May 2019 17:48:12
Sure they can afford Klay if they resign Durant. I can’t see GS not offering Klay a max deal. And I can’t see him not taking that max deal.

5.) 16 May 2019 18:52:32
If Durant leaves, Thompson is a lock to resign in GS.

6.) 16 May 2019 19:45:28
If they’re willing to spend that much luxury, they have the Bird Rights to all of their guys. That said, Durant gone.



02 Mar 2019 10:49:55
Atlanta Hawks Offseason Moves

-Trade John Collins, Taurean Prince, Miles Plumlee, #4 pick, #10 pick, and OKC’s 2022 protected 1st rd pick for Anthony Davis



1.) 02 Mar 2019 13:31:34
What a waste he won't resign.

2.) 02 Mar 2019 16:11:04
Yes he easily could, they will have space for a tier 2 free agent this year and cap space for another max contract next offseason.

3.) 02 Mar 2019 22:31:34
Atlanta can give NO the best package and they have the capspace to sign a second star that could come. Most players rather win championships with small market teams than play for Big market teams and miss the playoffs.

4.) 04 Mar 2019 09:18:01
True, but no one has ever shown a penchant for signing in the ATL, and I don’t see AD being the first.

5.) 04 Mar 2019 15:27:32
Trading for young unproven players could net you all Lonzo Ball, Frank Nkilitina, Brandon Ingram, Trae Young, Andrew Wiggins. Take years to develop, if they ever do. I'd want a combo of some sort to diversify a little, even if I was the for sale Pelicans.



16 Feb 2019 15:52:30
LA Lakers offseason plans

-Trade Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, 2019 1st rd pick, and 2021 1st rd pick (top 5 protected) for Bradley Beal

-Sign Al Horford 2yr 31m (team option 2nd year)
-Sign Darren Collison 1yr 7m
-Re-Sign JaVale McGee 1yr 4m
-Sign DeMarre Carroll 1yr 3m
-Sign Wilson Chandler 1yr 4m
-Re-Sign Rajon Rondo 1yr room exception
-Re-Sign Mike Muscala 1yr minimum
-Sign Wesley Johnson 1yr minimum
-Sign Alex Caruso 1yr minimum

Pg. Collison, Rondo, Bonga
Sg. Beal, Hart, Caruso
Sf. LeBron, Carroll, Johnson
Pf. Kuzma, Chandler, Muscala
C. Horford, McGee, Wagner.


1.) 16 Feb 2019 17:47:43
You do realize that the Mid-Level exceptuon to the salary cap is over $5 mil? Meaning that vets like Rondo, Chandler, and Carroll will be looking for at least that amount from playoff teams like Philly, Portland, Houston, etc.

2.) 16 Feb 2019 21:22:40
So Horford will opt out of $30 million next year to sign 2 year $31 million one year guarantee. So he will leave Boston to play in LA for half the pay. Solid plan.

3.) 16 Feb 2019 23:43:02
David West did something similar.

4.) 17 Feb 2019 04:59:06
11- david west left a bad team for a contender. Not a contender for a worse team.

5.) 17 Feb 2019 05:28:48
Boston are pretenders. Bucks And raptors are contenders. warriors nuggets thunder are contenders.

6.) 17 Feb 2019 07:37:16
Warriors are champions. Other 29 teams are pretenders.

7.) 17 Feb 2019 13:52:05
Nick's Warrior pimp hand be strong.

8.) 17 Feb 2019 14:03:58
Indy was a challenger :-)

9.) 17 Feb 2019 17:47:59
Actually west was worse because the money he gave up didn't get back within the next year. If horford did that he make a million extra. But what west did it took him a few years to make up.

10.) 18 Feb 2019 01:45:45
Not really. Instead of 1 year $30 million it becomes 2 year $31million. He plays year 2 for $1 million. If he doesn't think he could get a contract from any other team in 2020 then its good move. But the MLE will probably be over $6 million to go to contender. He could get even more if he went to a worse team.



03 Feb 2019 17:37:20
The trade that makes the most sense for both the Lakers and Pelicans:

Lakers get Anthony Davis, Darius Miller, and Tim Frazier

Pelicans get Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope, Ivica Zubac, 2019 1st rd pick (top 3 protected) and 2021 1st rd pick (top 7 protected)


1.) 03 Feb 2019 18:12:17
Kuzma and Ingram for starters.

KCP will probably veto the move to New Orleans.

2.) 03 Feb 2019 19:16:46
Ball, Ingram, Kuzma, Hart, plus 2 1sts 2019, 2021 would be minimum NO would consider.

3.) 03 Feb 2019 21:00:56
If I were pelicans I’d ask for Kuzma also. Lakers are desperate, they are going to give away everything for AD then after one good year watch Lebron get old.

4.) 03 Feb 2019 23:21:39
Actually, I might want to wait the Celtics out. If the Kings pick ends up being #1, the Celtics have a fair chance of only having their and Philly's picks in 2019. The Lakers pick would actually be better.

5.) 04 Feb 2019 01:17:32
These young Lakers suck compared to Cs Players. Ball is a head case w a head case Dd. Kuzma and Ingram vs Tatum and Brown. Plus Pels front office pretty pissed about the tampering. Lakers better reach a lot deeper.



03 Feb 2019 14:34:49

•Hornets get Marc Gasol, Cristiano Felicio, and Ivan Rabb

•Grizzlies get Jabari Parker, Cody Zeller, Bismack Biyombo, Bobby Portis, the right to swap 2019 1st rd picks (via Hornets), and OKC’s 2019 2nd rd pick (via Hornets)

•Bulls get Chandler Parsons, Jamychal Green, Frank Kaminsky, and Hornets’ 2020 1st rd pick (lottery protected)





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13 May 2019 05:56:38
Is it possible for the Nuggets to decline Millsap’s team option then re-Sign him? How does that work?


1.) 13 May 2019 12:19:19
Yeah, they still would have his rights.

2.) 13 May 2019 13:26:20
They can resign him. Team options are vastly different than Qualifing Offers to rookies.

The only problem is that by resigning Millsap to a lesser deal (say 3yrs/ $50 mil), that will put them over the salary cap for 2019-20. Also, not having a first round pick, makes it difficult to improve on the team's current roster (unless Michael Porter Jr is healthy and ready to contribute) .

3.) 13 May 2019 18:59:52
Fredman- mph is going to play in summer league.

4.) 14 May 2019 04:14:54
He still has to show me thst he can go 82 before I give him any real consideration.



21 Apr 2019 08:45:44
Quit saying New York is a major free agent destination. Once a star actually signs there, then u can call them that.


1.) 21 Apr 2019 13:44:47
Why? Lakers got lebron after years of nothing. Knicks have 2 max spots.

2.) 21 Apr 2019 14:08:49
The knicks have beyond a bad reputation, and have more chumming of the waters to do before they are believable as a FA destination. Their penance has not been paid yet. Primarily because Dolan keeps adding dirt to the pile. Every 2 months, or so.

3.) 22 Apr 2019 01:43:45
I think in the right situation any team a free agent destination. Like the cavs got there self together if they didn't I don't believe James would returned. If curry got a max after his rookie contract Durant would never joined. So ny can pitch to Durant that he can recruit second star. and give him the option who to target in trade. So yes I believe ny can start to be a free agent destination because they put there self in right situation. Its y Durant to NY is all over the media because it's right situation for Durant to win on his own team.

4.) 22 Apr 2019 03:47:38
It is a free agent destination, but probably not a MAJOR free agent destination. But then it also depends on your use of MAJOR. Is it a destination for MAJOR free agents versus a MAJOR destination for free agents. I think it is more the latter than the former.

5.) 22 Apr 2019 07:29:35
Any team can be a major free agent destination. Cleveland signing lebron proved it and George resigning in okc.

6.) 22 Apr 2019 14:58:10
ZW being traded is slim, and Durant choosing the Knicks is slim. The rest is hyperbole.



13 Mar 2019 20:21:49
What are the Mavs plans for Porzingis? Are they going to start him at the 5 or the 4?


1.) 13 Mar 2019 22:10:26
Probably depends on the draft and FA. I think he's best as a modern center. Pair him with a defensive PF and that's some fantastic paint defense.

But his flexibility is a huge perk of having him.

2.) 13 Mar 2019 22:49:54
Mavs need to sign vucivic and t Ross.

3.) 14 Mar 2019 00:38:30
I agree, I also think that if they leave him at the 4, then they should get an athletic center to go beside him.

4.) 14 Mar 2019 02:07:47
Powell, Dirk, Kleber, can all play the PF. Porzingis doesn't have to cover for Kanter, O'quinn anymore.



28 Feb 2019 05:55:07
My playoff predictions based on my final standings predictions

1. Bucks vs 8. Heat- Bucks in 5
2. Raptors vs 7. Pistons- Raptors in 4
3. 76ers vs 6. Nets- 76ers in 5
4. Pacers vs 5. Celtics- Celtics in 6

1. Bucks vs 5. Celtics- Bucks in 7
2. Raptors vs 3. 76ers- Raptors in 7

1. Bucks vs 2. Raptors- Raptors in 6

1. Warriors vs 8. Lakers- Warriors in 5
2. Nuggets vs 7. Spurs- Nuggets in 6
3. Thunder vs 6. Jazz- Thunder in 5
4. Blazers vs 5. Rockets- Rockets in 7

1. Warriors vs 5. Rockets- Warriors in 6
2. Nuggets vs 3. Thunder- Thunder in 7

1. Warriors vs 3. Thunder- Warriors in 6

Warriors vs Raptors- Warriors in 7.


1.) 04 Mar 2019 22:43:02
Switch pistons and nets.



22 Feb 2019 06:43:55
My final NBA standings predictions

1. Bucks
2. Raptors
3. Celtics
4. 76ers
5. Pacers
6. Nets
7. Hornets
8. Heat
9. Pistons
10. Magic
11. Wizards
12. Hawks
13. Bulls
14. Knicks
15. Cavs

1. Warriors
2. Nuggets
3. Thunder
4. Rockets
5. Jazz
6. Blazers
7. Lakers
8. Spurs
9. Kings
10. Clippers
11. Twolves
12. Mavs
13. Grizzlies
14. Pelicans
15. Suns.


1.) 22 Feb 2019 16:51:39
That west first round would be fun.

GS vs SA - 5 games, but the Spurs are a tough out no matter what.
Denver vs LA - Inexperienced Denver tries to bounce Lebron.
OKC vs Portland - The old NW rivalry. Westbrook vs Lillard is always fun.
Houston vs Utah - Def vs Offense. Can Utah knock off a big name in the first round two years in a row?

Great storylines, great matchups.

2.) 22 Feb 2019 23:44:14
If the Spurs end up at number 7, they have a very good chance of knocking out the Nuggets and their 2nd round opponent.

3.) 24 Feb 2019 13:25:17
Mine would be:
1. Bucks and Warriors
2. Raptors and Nuggets
3. Sixers and Thunder
4. Celtics and Rockets
5. Pacers and Spurs
6. Pistons and Blazers
7. Nets and Lakers
8. Heat and Jazz
9. Hornets and Kings
10. Magic and Clippers
11. Wizards and Timberwolves
12. Hawks and Mavericks
13. Bulls and Pelicans
14. Cavaliers and Grizzlies
15. Knicks and Suns.




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29 Mar 2019 18:29:31
You’re so delusional.




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12 Mar 2019 05:21:23
Ewh please do not draft Little at 5.




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05 Mar 2019 05:47:49
I can’t see either of those lineups coexisting on the floor very well together. Lonzo and Kyrie would for sure have to have their minutes staggered where at least 1 is on floor at a time.




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02 Mar 2019 16:11:04
Yes he easily could, they will have space for a tier 2 free agent this year and cap space for another max contract next offseason.





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I think he will take low money since Detroit will still be paying him that 27m left




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Wroten is way better no doubt




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Final analysis-76ers win 97-88
MCW, Wroten, and Noel go off