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22 May 2017 02:47:47
Orlando: 2017 1st (1) and Avery Bradley

Celtics: 2017 1st (6), 2018 1st (Lottery protected, unprotected 2019) Mario Hezonja, and Nikola Vucevic

Celtics get the rim protector they desperately need, a young wing in need of a scenery change, and still get a high pick

Orlando gets a good guard and select Lonzo Ball or Markelle Fultz to be a cornerstone of the franchise.

Horford/Isaac (6th)

Payton/Fultz(or Ball)


1.) 22 May 2017 11:54:08
This trade is not going to happen. Vucevic is a decent player and the Celtics might do Bradley and a non-Nets No. 1 next year for Vucevic and Orlando's No. 1 this year. But this year's overall No. 1 leaves town only if a big gun comes to Boston -- George, Butler, etc.

2.) 22 May 2017 16:47:31
I love the idea of trading for Vucevic, but moving from the 1 to the 6 is WAY too much for him. Bradley would fit them well, and is pretty solid compensation all by himself. He's an expiring though, so Boston could throw in a non Nets 2018 1st rounder to make it more even. Vucevic would fit well in Boston, as he's a really solid rebounder at half the price of a guy like Drummond.



21 May 2017 22:10:56
Philly: 2017 1st (6th) and Terrence Ross

Orlando: 2017 1st (3rd), 2017 2nd (39th) and Justin Anderson

Philly trades down and takes the player they want (Monk) and get a good wing with scoring ability (Ross)

Orlando moves up to get, hopefully, a cornerstone player (Fultz, Ball, or Jackson, whoever drops to 3) picks up another 2nd Rd pick and a young player with potential (Anderson)


1.) 22 May 2017 00:40:15
Sixers have no reason to agree to this trade.

2.) 22 May 2017 02:33:38
Really? They get the guy they want in Monk and get a sharpshooting wing with a career 3PT% of almost 40%. Everyone says 3rd pick is too high for Monk but 6th is just right. Ross is definitely better than Anderson and Philly slightly sweetens the pot with a 2nd RD pick. This would be a great deal for both teams.

3.) 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.

4.) 22 May 2017 09:07:00
This a trade idea on Bleacher Report, I'm a Magic fan but I look at things realistically while I think Monk is a perfect fit and Ross is a young vet on an ok contract I think Sixers would want more for a star potential 3rd pick in Jackson. Getting the 2nd rounder when they already have loads won't cut it so maybe a future asset as theirs not much on Magic's roster they want.
Sixers could trade down and having a guy like Monk could be like what Ray Allen was like for Boston. If they did I think they could have a bidding war between Orl, Pho, Nyk, Sac, Dal etc.

5.) 22 May 2017 17:21:12
To move from 3 to 6 would cost more then a bench player. there's No guarantee monk is available at 6th either.



19 May 2017 12:53:30
Philadelphia: 2017 1st (6th), both 2017 2nds, and Biyombo

Orlando: 2017 1st (3rd) and Okafor

Philadelphia moves slightly down and receives 2 high 2nd round picks

Orlando moves up and gets Okafor, maybe change of scenery does him well.

Orlando drafts Jackson (3rd) and Giles (25th)

Philadelphia drafts Monk or Fox (6th) plus whoever with their other picks


1.) 19 May 2017 13:11:15
Sixers have tons of 2nd rd picks. not enough to trade down for sixers.

2.) 19 May 2017 13:34:42
I'm alright with Philly trading down since Jackson isn't the ideal fit for 76ers, Monk's shooting ability would be a great fit at #6. However, 76ers need to get a great return since Jackson is a very good prospect. 2 2nds and Biyombo's big contract don't really help the 76ers at all. Fournier and Ross are probably all 76ers would be interested (solid wings who can shoot) in of the Magic other than future first round draft picks. For me it would probably take something like Fournier and Magic top 5 protected 2018 pick in addition to #6 for 3rd pick and Okafor.

3.) 19 May 2017 13:54:44
Hezonja? Could potentially be involved in this deal! Not sure how Orlando are feeling about him now.

4.) 19 May 2017 15:01:23
Its comical that you add 2 second rounders to this trade. Sixers already have 4 this year, why would they want more? I could see sixers trading this pick, but not to orlando.

5.) 19 May 2017 15:07:50
Agree that the sixers theoretically could move down because they do need some more shooting/ guards to fit with embiid Simmons and saric, but the idea that jackson doesn't fit at all is false.

Even if Simmons doesn't work out at the point guard spot, they still could have all of him jackson and saric rotate at the 3 and 4. Depending on matchups I could even see all three of them together on the floor when embiid needs a blow.

Because of the foresight of the previous GM, they still will have two firsts in the next 3 drafts which m9re then likely atleast 1 lottery pick in each. They at this point should still be taking the best player available. Jackson is that.

6.) 19 May 2017 15:36:46
I'm a Magic fan and I can't see this happening. Sixers trading down for Monk is a good idea as he can spread the floor, get hot, create his own shot, defend pg's, he can get to the basket and is fairly athletic which would fit well next to Simmons who will run the offence and he can cover his weaknesses by matching up against big sg's.
But Biyombo is an overpaid rim protector and two seconds when Sixers already have loads of 2nds.

Sixers would probably go for the 6th pick and a future 1st for the 3rd pick as Magic aren't projected to get better anytime soon so that would be a lottery pick and an asset for their future to trade or build with.



17 Feb 2017 05:29:07
Detroit: Elfrid Payton and Jeff Green

Orlando: Reggie Jackson


1.) 17 Feb 2017 08:06:14
Sorry bro but Pistons ain't doing that.

2.) 17 Feb 2017 08:17:41
Why not? Jeff green is an expiring contract. Elfrid Payton is a solid young point guard that's a great defender and is on a rookie deal. And Reggie Jackson has been a disappointment especially on the defensive end and he has a huge contract.

3.) 17 Feb 2017 10:38:33
Both are horrible defenders. Wtf are you talking about.

4.) 17 Feb 2017 13:35:19
Actually, that is the deal that they are talking about right now. Jackson's price according to Detroit, is a young PG and a serviceable veteran or expiring contract. Payton and Green fit that pricetag perfectly.

5.) 17 Feb 2017 14:11:07
I feel like Jackson is still worth a little more. Maybe a second rounder or C. J. Wilcox.



14 Feb 2017 16:36:18
Deal just went down

Toronto: Serge Ibaka

Orlando: Terrence Ross, 2017 1st

Toronto gets a good rental PF to slot next to Val

Orlando gets a good young wing and a late 1st

Who won this deal? Should Orlando have waited and tried to get more?


1.) 14 Feb 2017 16:47:28
Love it for raptors. Magic just came out okay. That was a terrible trade with the thunder given the result. This only hides some of the loss.

2.) 14 Feb 2017 16:59:53
It's tough one to call Raptors filled a huge hole and have put themselves back in contention in the east and with love down and unless Boston make moves they could be the favourite a stretch but not unrealistic.

Magic need to continue their build they tried to push it for the playoffs and it back fired but they moved Gordon to of his natural position and the one Vogel wanted him at they got a young player in Ross who can fill the hole at sf and a late pick but this draft is loaded their are guys dropping to the late 1st who should be lottery picks it's that loaded this year their pick may not get them one those players but it still could net them a decent talent as the quality this year is that good.
If Gordon makes a leap and reaches his potential then Magic won especially if Ibaka leaves but if this gets Raptors to the finals then Raptors won this deal.

3.) 14 Feb 2017 20:44:20
Raptors need a backup wing now, which they should trade Patterson or Sullinger for.




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18 Oct 2016 02:11:44
Trades I've made on NBA 2K14

Boston Celtics drafted me

Rondo for Nerlens Noel
Sullinger for Tristan Thompson
Olynyk for DeAndre Jordan
Bradley for Tobias Harris
Green and Lee for Jimmy Butler

PG: me
SG: Butler
SF: Harris
PF: Thompson
C: Noel
6th man: Jordan

NBA Champs 4 years in a row and counting.




13 Oct 2016 00:08:42
Trades I have made on NBA 2K15

My team in Career Mode is the Celtics, they are the team that drafted me.

Avery Bradley for Tobias Harris

Courtney Lee and Jeff Green for Jimmy Butler

Rajon Rondo for Nerlens Noel

Kelly Olynyk for DeAndre Jordan

PG: Jeff Black (Me)
SG: Jimmy Butler
SF: Tobias Harris
PF: Nerlens Noel
C: DeAndre Jordan

NBA Champions 3 years in a row and counting.


1.) 14 Oct 2016 21:03:14
dude no one cares about trades you made in a video game that is 2 years old now.

2.) 15 Oct 2016 20:49:40
yeah, not even exaggerating. this is the most worthless post I have ever seen on here. Echoing Larrylegend, legit, no one cares and this has no reason to be on here. It's as valuable as me explaining what I had for lunch yesterday, stating I have an upcoming dentist appointment, or naming my favorite colors. If you are bored. go do some hop scotch. At least you don't waste our time as well.




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22 May 2017 02:33:38
Really? They get the guy they want in Monk and get a sharpshooting wing with a career 3PT% of almost 40%. Everyone says 3rd pick is too high for Monk but 6th is just right. Ross is definitely better than Anderson and Philly slightly sweetens the pot with a 2nd RD pick. This would be a great deal for both teams.




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16 May 2017 00:04:35
If Lakers keep their pick, Sixers get 2018 1st unprotected, and Orlando gets 2017 and 2018 2nds. Meaning, Lakers can't trade their 1sts until 2020 and 2022, and won't have 2nds until at least 2019.




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17 Apr 2017 16:32:28
Orlando also owns 2017 Clippers 1st.




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09 Mar 2017 18:02:22
Orlando would need more than just Baldwin.





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