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19 Jun 2019 02:07:56
Thunder Cavs Rockets

Thunder receive
C. Paul
Clarkson
Zizic

Rockets receive
T. Thompson (exp)
Knight (exp)
Roberson (exp)
Grant
2020 Utah second round from Cavs
Rockets get back their 2022 second round pick from Cavs
2020 second round pick from OKC

Cavs receive
Adams
Schroder
Capela

Ritequick24

1.) 19 Jun 2019 03:09:16
It doesn’t make much sense for the Cavs. They really don’t need two more bigs or Schroeder. They just wrap up a ton of space for 1 guy (Capela), who could be a lot term fit and he really didn’t set the world on fire in the playoffs.


2.) 19 Jun 2019 05:05:32
Why would the Cavs want Capela and Adams?


 

 

13 Jun 2019 17:56:52
Wizards Cavs

Cavs receive
Wall
Beal
Wizards 2022 first round
wizards 2024 first round

Wizards receive
Thompson
Clarkson
Smith
Henson


Wizards pay the price for getting out of Walls contract and start completely fresh.
All contract expire and of course Jr contract this year.

Cavs risk it all. Absorb Walls and Beals contract but get two future first out of the deal. Adding Beal to Sexton and Love gives the Cavs a competitive team and next year they will figure it out when Walls comes back. Maybe trade Beal more more picks and young talent and could do the same with Love if they want to go in the young direction.

Ritequick24

1.) 13 Jun 2019 18:05:54
I can’t see the Wizards being willing to do all of that to get off Wall. It’s honestly the kind of deal it would take though.


 

 

02 Jun 2019 02:52:36
Cavs Knicks Wolves

Wolves receive
Thompson
Clarkson
Henson
Smith Jr

Knicks receive
Wolves 2019 11 pick
Cavs 2019 26th pick
Cavs 2022 first round pick
Jr Smith
Bates- Diop

Cavs receive
Knicks 2019 3rd pick
Thomas
Ntilikina
Dotson
Wiggins
Dieng

Wolves do this because the value of giving up their first and getting good young talent with better contracts (Clarkson, Thompson, Smith Jr) and giving up contracts for Wiggins and Dieng is to hard to pass up.

Knicks do this because they get two picks in return for their 3rd pick and most importantly clearing all players they possibly can (besides knox and robinson) and giving them JRs partly guaranteed contract and adding a Bates-Diop. This gives the Knicks the full flexibility they were looking for in cap room for the offseason.

Cavs do this, well they actually take a huge risk for their desire to have RJ Barrett and they keep their 5th pick so they absurb a huge amount of salary and bad contracts in order to have a chance to build a young better contending team while having young"stars" potential with Sexton Barrett and the 5th pick. They get Wiggins and Dieng who have bad contracts and long contracts but still can play ball offensively. and they still have Love so this could be a complete bust or a big reward and Cavs need to take a chance like this to compete.

Ritequick24

1.) 02 Jun 2019 14:36:00
Legit this is horrible for the Knicks. Seriously, why would they do it?


2.) 02 Jun 2019 16:36:19
How is this horrible for the knicks? I do understand giving up the 3rd would be a hard choice if they wanted one player but they are already looking to trade back. They clear all cap space besides for Knox and Robinson, the two young guys they wanted to keep. They have two first round picks and gain another of the Cavs for the future. They get Bates Diop on a three year deal that is less than a mil a year. If the Knicks are so sure KD is coming then they should do all they can to clear as much cap as possible to build the team around him and whoever else he brings with him.


 

 

06 Feb 2019 01:02:37
Cavs Philadelphia Milwaukee

Cavs receive
Chandler(buyout)
Muscala(Buyout)
Maker
Zhaire Smith

Philly receives
Snell
Jr Smith

Milwaukee receives
Clarkson
Nwaba

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03 Feb 2019 20:41:23
Cavs Philadelphia

Cavs receive
Chandler
2021 philly first round pick or 2019 second from Chicago and 2021 second from New York

Philadelphia receives
Burks

Ritequick24

1.) 03 Feb 2019 21:11:58
Unless theCavs take on bad money in a Burks trade, they aren’t getting a 1st.


 

 

 

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18 Jan 2019 01:50:42
Cavs Mavs

Cavs receive
Smith Jr

Mavs receive
Hood
Nwaba
Cavs second round pick 2021

Ritequick24

1.) 18 Jan 2019 23:19:15
Laughable that you think that junk gets you dsj.


 

 

17 Dec 2018 02:50:20
Cavs Pistons

Pistons receive
Thompson
Clarkson
Osman

Cavs receive
Drummond
Smith

Ritequick24

1.) 18 Dec 2018 02:01:50
I’d be shocked if any team actually wants any of those Cavs players. Regardless of what you need to trade back. Let alone a young all star center. Please just stop.


 

 

02 Jul 2018 03:28:06
Does anyone think the Cavs will try and sign Kyrie next year offseason? I know they have Sexton but Cavs love to bring back their stars and Kyrie will have a chance to fully take over as the star without Lebron and Sexton as a running mate. Boston may not be his spot if he won't commit

Ritequick24

1.) 02 Jul 2018 04:44:25
Irving wouldn't leave Celts for a ground floor rebuild.


2.) 02 Jul 2018 14:29:26
What does bringing Irving back to a roster influx really do for you? Kyrie is really good, but he couldn't do what Lebron did this year with that roster and it's going to take time to fix the roster. This is a 4 year rebuild at the minimum and if Gilbert tries to get cute and not blow it up all the way, we could be looking at a pretty dark next 10 years. Think the Magic or the Kings.


 

 

01 Mar 2018 04:47:06
Cavs need to sign someone to add to the roster. They wanted a buyout for a defensive big man but that doesn't seem likely. Tony Allen is still available and although he is a smaller guard type and Cavs have a ton of them, I still believe Allen veteranship and defensive presence and toughness would be a huge bolt that they need to compete with the top teams. Nothing like adding a 6x defensive all team player to help strengthen the Cavs weakest liability.

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08 Feb 2018 14:17:58
Not serious about this but who says no?

Cavs Clippers Charlotte Sacramento

Clippers receive
Shumpert
Frye(7mil expiring)
Carter (8mil expiring)
2020 Kings first round pick
2021 Cavs first round pick
2020 miami second round pick from Cavs

Charlotte receives
George Hill
Thompson
Crowder
Korver
2018 Nets pick

Cavs receive
Howard
Batum
Walker
Bacon
Jordan

Sacramento receives
Jr Smith
Osman
Zizic

Ritequick24

1.) 08 Feb 2018 15:40:44
The Kings definitely turn it down.


2.) 08 Feb 2018 16:23:24
CHA isn't trading Walker.


 

 

 

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19 Jun 2019 01:47:50
I could honestly see him return to Atlanta on a mentor ship 6th man type role if they pay him decent. They need a guy like that around Trae.

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16 Jun 2019 00:04:40
Good for the Pelicans! They still have Jrue who I’m guessing may be available now though.

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13 Jun 2019 05:02:41
I wouldn't mind it. Cavs would have the 4th and 5th pick but I feel like Miami would want the Cavs to take Whiteside as well.

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08 Jun 2019 22:39:12
Walls contracts jumping to like 50 mil a year I don’t even know if adding Beal is worth it for the Celtics. How would they keep Rozier Brown Tatum Beal and Wall. Those 5 contracts would exceed the cap in two years.

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02 Jun 2019 16:36:19
How is this horrible for the knicks? I do understand giving up the 3rd would be a hard choice if they wanted one player but they are already looking to trade back. They clear all cap space besides for Knox and Robinson, the two young guys they wanted to keep. They have two first round picks and gain another of the Cavs for the future. They get Bates Diop on a three year deal that is less than a mil a year. If the Knicks are so sure KD is coming then they should do all they can to clear as much cap as possible to build the team around him and whoever else he brings with him.

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