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10 Aug 2018 02:07:08
Thunder & Nuggets

Okc gets Juan Hernangomez PF

Denver gets Nader SF/ SG and cash considerations

Denver has 5 players at Power Forward,3 at Small Forward and 2 at Shooring Guard

OKC has 4 Shooting Guards, 4 Small Forwards and 2 Power Forwards

This is a small trade that can be mutually beneficial on both teams helping both teams alleviate log jams at certain positions with young and unproven talent that is buried deep on their team's bench this year.

Also just an FYI,
Presti is going to keep that 15th spot open after he waives Singler for most of the season for salary and flexibility reasons unless he finds a deal that he can't refuse

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09 Aug 2018 04:41:20
Oklahoma and Denver

Okc gets Juan Hernangomez PF

Denver gets Nader SF/ SG and cash considerations

Denver has 5 players at Power Forward,3 at Small Forward and 2 at Shooring Guard

OKC has 4 Shooting Guards, 4 Small Forwards and 2 Power Forwards

This is a small trade that can be mutually beneficial on both teams helping both teams alleviate log jams at certain positions with young and unproven talent that is buried deep on their team's bench this year.

Also just an FYI,
I'm certain Presti is going to keep that 15th roster spot open (after he waves Singler) to give to Burton later this year after he dominates in the G-league.
He'll be Their golden nugget to their 2018/ 19 roster.
It's a cheap way to add quality and depth for the later run in the season.

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23 Jul 2018 07:14:22
Nets-OKC trade

Nets get Singler, 2021 2nd round and cash considerations

OKC gets Dinwiddie
Dinwiddie is in last year and the Nets are in rebuild mode and looking for draft picks

Cavs-OKC trade

Cavs get Abrines and Purvis

OKC gets Korver
Cavs get a younger, tradeable 3 point shooter that is restricted next year if he works out and Purvis helps them reduce their team salary

Let me know what you think. Moveable players for teams that don't have a lot of reason (playoffs) to keep them.

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1.) 23 Jul 2018 08:06:58
Thunder less thans are not going to land proven nets developments.


2.) 23 Jul 2018 10:17:26
Plus, if you say that the Nets are looking for draft picks, how does a 2nd round pick 3 years from now, help them?


3.) 23 Jul 2018 14:09:45
Plus, okc doesn’t need any more guards. Korver deal makes sense for them but why would Cavs want those bums?


4.) 23 Jul 2018 15:36:56
That won't get them Dinwiddie and they don't need him they are full at PG. Korver would be a nice addition because he can play SG and SF and knock down the three which OKC despiratley needs I think throw 1 or 2 2nd round picks and they Cavs might think about it, but if I were thunderstorming I would try to get korver without giving up Abrines cause he can knock down the three as well so u r only upgrading your 3 point shooting just a little when u might could work something with Patterson maybe rights to one of the rookies and a 2nd or 2. So then you are upgrading or 3 pt shooting more. Then sign Luke Babbit for PF and u have more 3 shooting.


 

 

 

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05 Sep 2018 17:38:46
OKC does "NOT" WANT GRIFFEN.

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05 Sep 2018 17:37:35
OKC does "NOT" WANT GRIFFEN

If Phoenix really wants Schroder,

PHX gets Schroder, Patterson and Ferguson

OKC gets Warren, Holmes, Bender and Daniels

Now you get to take Detroit out of the whole equation, Plus, you get to keep your Ace shooter, Ryan Anderson and you get the coveted Schroder in the deal.

(To Everyone else, Please stop trying to bring Griffin to OKC. We do not need a 3rd Max player unless he is an elite player than can carry a team into the Championship. i. e. A Davis, L James, K Leonard. )

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31 Aug 2018 23:12:04
Blake Griffin is so not worth mortgaging the entire team farm for.
I like the guy, but he's not worth his Max salary if he can't stay healthy for the entire season for his entire contract.

Detroit is the team he needs to be on if he is going to get paid that much. They need a marquee name on their team to draw in some fan interest, but they aren't going to depend too much on him consistently because they aren't realistically going to compete for a championship any time in the near future.

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31 Aug 2018 23:02:26
ric135 is exactly right, plus the next 1st OKC has to give is in 2024 and that's just too far down the road for the Clippers to really be interested.

If PHX really wants Patrick Beverly, I'm sure they could workout something to trade straight up with them or some current draft picks to offer.

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31 Aug 2018 22:55:17
So many moving parts to this deal, I'm only going to address the 2 main parts (teams) as to why I don't think this would/ could happen.

For the T-wolves, they are not getting enough for these 2 players. Griffin has had difficulty finishing a season uninjured and he has a Max contract deal. Abrines isn't bad, but he's a long way from proving himself an above average player yet. Finally, the next 1st rounder available for OKC to give is in 2024, that doesn't entice teams that are trying to get something of value so they can win now or in the near future.

As for OKC, that would be a win this year or bust lineup. After this year, Butler would require a Max contract (3 players on one team with Max contracts), Noel will move on or at the very least, require a realistic salary, if so then we have to find a replacement at the league minimum, not to mention Felton is not the person you want driving that 2nd unit against the elite teams in the playoffs, so we would have to find an experienced guard to sign at the league minimum for that position as well.
All that while acquiring the highest team salary and luxury tax in the history of the NBA, not just this year, but for at least the next 4 years.
Ownership would actually eventually lose money and have to find a way to dismantle the team, then start over from scratch.

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