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25 Jul 2017 02:34:27
The best return for Kyrie for Cavs

PHO: K Irving

CLE: E Bledsoe, J Jackson, & '18 1st (top 5 protected)

Kyrie/Booker backcourt offensively would be great

Bledsoe provides a solid replacement for Kyrie and provides defense at the PG position which Kyrie did not give the Cavs. Jackson can also provide really good wing defense and helps the Cavs get younger and more athletic. Bledsoe and Rose actually make the Cavs better in my opinion.


1.) 25 Jul 2017 05:11:33
I agree Suns are probably the team most likely to give the Cavs the best offer. Celtics could probably give an even better offer but with Cavs and Celtics being rivals and Ainge known for being shrewd when attempting to trade for stars I think its unlikely the outbid the Suns. Suns could probably make their offer even more appealing to Cavs by bringing in a 3rd team that could turn the Suns young assets into more appealing pieces for the Cavs.

I'm not certain Phoenix needs to give up this much for Irving. If I were Cavs I'd be happy with Bledsoe and Jackson. I certainly don't think they need to give up their 1st which even with Irving will likely be a lotto pick. If Cavs were able to get all that I'd probably flip the pick for something that would help me now.



21 Jul 2017 23:29:01
NYK: K Irving, C Frye (exp)

CLE: C Anthony, F Ntilikina, '18 1st (top 3 protected).


1.) 22 Jul 2017 00:32:31
Not a chance cleveland does this. Dan Gilbert couldn't give two craps about Irvings " preferred list" of teams. Irving has zero say as to where cleveland trades him. And they will get a much better offer then this.



21 Jul 2017 21:11:18
PHO: K Irving

CLE: E bledsoe, J Jackson, 2018 1st rd pick (top 10 protected).




1.) 22 Jul 2017 00:53:46
Phoenix isn't trading Jackson, but I could see Bledsoe, Warren and Miami's first rounder.



22 Jun 2017 17:36:01
I think they NYK would be insane to trade KP, and I think BOS would be insane tonnit try and get him.

NYK: J Brown, #3, 2018 BKN pick

BOS: K Porzingas


1.) 22 Jun 2017 18:28:34
Zinger is really good but that's just to much for him.2 lotential too 3 pics.

2.) 22 Jun 2017 19:16:17
Goatface, that seems like a reasonable asking price. The only big in the game with more upside than Porzingis is possibly Towns.

3.) 22 Jun 2017 19:37:17
Embiid has more upside then both of them, but then again I'm a homer.

I think brown should be replaced with smart or Bradley in this scenario or something else should go to boston.

4.) 22 Jun 2017 19:43:50
It's rumored Knicks are asking exactly for that package PLUS Crowder.

Celtics should counter without including Crowder and get it done. If they can Sign Hayward, that would be a very good team

IT/ Rozier
Bradley/ Smart
Hayward/ Crowder
Horford/ Olynyk/
Zinger/ Zeller.

5.) 22 Jun 2017 23:48:44
Agreed, porzingis is legit a top 5, probably top 3, prospect to build around at this point. He has an incredibly diverse offensive game, great rebounder, and what seems to get not as much attention, he is already considered an elite big man defender.

Boston is looking for a missing pioece. They aren't trying to build for 5 years from now. They would be willing to sacrifice the picks, especially seeing as they have a bevy of others in the future.

For the knicks. i'd say no. i'd prefer just keeping Porzingis, bunch him with hopefully smith, and then wait out the removal of melo ina year or two, and noah can be stretched.



21 Jun 2017 22:44:20
BOS: D Jordan

LAC: A Bradley, T Zeller, #3 pick

BOS sign G hayward



1.) 22 Jun 2017 01:43:04
Celtics would have to waive Zeller's non-guaranteed contract as well as renounce rights to all its FA just to be able to sign Hayward to the 30 mill per year max he'll demand. Celtics would have to move close to another 15 mill in order to be able to get Jordan and still sign Hayward.

I think the wisest move would be to try and incorporate Horford and some of their future 1sts in the trade for Jordan (I think they'd benefit from a natural center who can dominate on the boards and lock down interior defensively) and try to retain the #3 pick. Then move #3 and Crowder and Bradley (basically matches salary) to get Butler and then they'd still have close to enough to sign Hayward.




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27 Apr 2018 00:25:41
Lakers sign P George to max 4 year $125M

S&T w/ NOP:
LAL: Cousins 4 yr $100M
NOP: Deng ($18M) & Ingram ($5.75M)

Sign fillers on 1 year contracts to keep flexibility. Go after Klay next season w/ max offer




1.) 27 Apr 2018 14:49:55
55 million in George and cousins. Okay will get a Mac so figure another 30 mill there.

85 mill on those three. Seems like a great mode.



23 May 2017 22:38:42
If Knicks continue to push Porzingas' buttons you think he might demand a trade?

Would Lakers #2 pick be fair value for him in this draft?


1.) 24 May 2017 01:11:15
#2 and i would add Clarkson or Randle or both?

2.) 24 May 2017 01:12:41
2nd pick isn't enough and even if he demands a trade they control him for 3 years at the minimum. He doesn't have any real power to force a move.

3.) 24 May 2017 18:04:46
couldn't he always just go back to playing in his home country even if the knicks control him?

4.) 25 May 2017 14:16:04
Larry legend, no. He's under contract in the NBA. He can't sign a contract and play else where. The Knicks would have to agree to a buyout. Which they won't do. It's the same as NBA teams having to wait on Euroleague contracts to expire or to be bought out, but those contracts are normally negotiated with the player ultimately going to the NBA in mind. The NBA contracts don't have an out unless the team is ok with the player moving on.



10 Mar 2017 20:59:55
Just a theoretical scenario:

2017 Get #2 pick (L Ball)
2018 sign P George
2018 trade D Russell & T Mozgov for S Adams ($24M salary on his new contract)

'18/'19 Season

PG: Ball/Ennis
SG: George/Clarkson
SF: Ingram/Brewer or Deng
PF: Randle/Nance Jr
C: Adams/Zubac


1.) 12 Mar 2017 18:06:12
Not sure if Thunder would do that trade since Oladipo would still be under contract and Westbrook although a FA could resign. Solid value tho.

Lakers are in a good spot however with a bunch of young assets and if they can use some of them to move Deng and Mozgovs contracts they have cap space to get max guys like George and Westbrook who both from Cali and have expressed interest in playing for Lakers. Not to mention having Magic there now as someone they both probably idolized growing up helps the pitch that much more.



27 Jan 2017 22:57:57
I remember about a year ago arguing with Knick fans and/or Melo fans about his lack of value. He's an Iso player who can't D up and can be a team cancer. Now look at all the teams who have no interest in trading for him; teams who are contenders this year. Cavs & Celtics.

Your best hope is to trade him for nothing except a salary dump to the LAC. Maybe a future 1st (right to swap in 2019? ). LAC can't trade a 1st until 2021 I think?

LAC: Melo

NYK: Crawford ($14.25M in 2017, only $3M guaranteed in 2018), W Johnson ($5.9M in 2017, Player Option 2018), & P Pierce ($1.1M guaranteed in 2017).


1.) 28 Jan 2017 02:16:12
I think Melo can be a very valuable piece on the Clippers but to most teams in the league he offers very little value. I think the other major factor that hurts his value is his no-trade clause and that he has publicly stated that he only really wants to go to 3 teams. I think this is a foolish thing to do for his career and he would be wise to expand the teams he is willing to go to. If he is willing to go to Cleveland I don't think Lala is the problem (she shouldn't be anyway she knew she married a bball player)

2.) 28 Jan 2017 19:13:23
Knicks want none of hat deal. Crawford is too expensive. And likely it'll drag a few weeks to get a good not great deal. It isn't that he has no value. It's just complicated because of his contract.

Also. The other part of all your arguments was the glorious Lakers rebuild lol. Guess we were all wrong 😉



20 Jan 2017 19:10:44
MIN: D Howard

ATL: N Pekovic, S Muhammad, '17 1st (via MIN #6), T Ross, P Patterson, L Nogueira, and '17 1st from TOR (via LAC #25)

TOR: P Milsap



Hardaway JR
Bazemore/ Muhammad
Nogueira/ Pekovic/ Splitter


1.) 20 Jan 2017 23:15:35
Don't like it for Minnesota. I think KAT is most dangerous at center and I think they are better off keeping their pick and adding another young piece to their core than adding a 31yr old and paying him 20+ mill per year.

I think Hawks should deal Howard and Millsap (too bad you can't trade your record too) . The return on Millsap isn't good. The raptors can and should do better.




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18 Jul 2017 23:22:54
Well that's not entirely true

It took Russell to get rid of Mozgov, but they also got back B Lopez and #27 pick. Let's not pretend BKN didn't give up any assets in that trade.

In this scenario, they give up nothing except cap space. However, they only have $16.5M in cap space and can't take Deng and Randle w/ out sending a player marking at least $5M.




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25 Jun 2017 16:30:30
Doesn't LeBron have a no trade clause?




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22 Jun 2017 19:43:50
It's rumored Knicks are asking exactly for that package PLUS Crowder.

Celtics should counter without including Crowder and get it done. If they can Sign Hayward, that would be a very good team

IT/ Rozier
Bradley/ Smart
Hayward/ Crowder
Horford/ Olynyk/
Zinger/ Zeller.




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19 Jun 2017 17:05:18
No way Lakers facilitate a trade that sends P George to another team.




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19 Jun 2017 17:04:23
I don't think that's good value for Russell, here's my tweak.

And the only way I'd be OK with this trade is if D Smith can be drafted at #10 and the Lakers pick Jackson at #2.

SAC: Russell and Deng

LAL: #10 and Afflalo

McLemore is a RFA this summer and I don't think is worth tying up cap space for him. They need cap space for summer if 2018 to try and sign P George and another max player (D Cousins is my hope) .

D Smith
P George
B Ingram
L Nance
D Cousins.





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