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30 Nov 2017 21:17:52
repost from BR, i like this one best of all the 5 they proposed.

LA: matthews, noel, ferrell, 19 2nd
DAL: dj, brice johnson

plus, dj to dallas is just satisfying haha

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1.) 30 Nov 2017 21:46:33
sign Ellis for vet min if he's even still relevant.


2.) 30 Nov 2017 21:53:41
not a fan of any of the 5 from bleacherreport. this one gets the clippers a terrible contract in matthews, an expiring contract in noel, and a backup pg. when they could just keep dj and his expiring contract.


3.) 30 Nov 2017 23:04:08
Gpack, I think your expectations for a Jordan trade are way to high. I think this trade makes far less sense for the Mavs than the Clippers.


4.) 01 Dec 2017 14:59:43
How so? Jordan was an all nba center 2 seasons ago and has been top 2 in rebounding the past 3 seasons. If the clippers are trading him, its to get assets for the future and shed salary like wes johnson to package him with. Otherwise, they can let deandre walk after this year and shed salary. I doubt they would be willing to trade Deandre and take on bad contracts only to get a protected 1st that they won't get to use for 2 or 3 years.


5.) 02 Dec 2017 09:11:32
The Clippers have almost no young assets, a missing pick and will have trouble finding players to spend any money they shed on. Jordan is a former allstar, but on the offensive end he's a limited player, on defense he's a great shot blocker but struggles on the perimeter and he's potential rental. Look what other stars have been traded for recently. He isn't going to net them a package even as good as George or Cousin's.

You're also acting like Mathews and Tristan Thompson are Deng or Noah. They're guys who are slightly overpaid, but they aren't guys that you would have to attach a first to to move them. They're both better than anything the Clippers will be able to bring in at this point in free agency. Especially, Thompson given his age and ability to fill the hole left by Jordan.


 

 

19 Nov 2017 20:05:48
blazer get: deandre, lou will, spurs 1st
spurs get mccollum
clippers get: danny green, tony parker, zach collins

donadamsky

1.) 19 Nov 2017 20:24:57
Spurs need to be giving up more.


2.) 20 Nov 2017 00:23:36
I don't think Portland would want Jordan and the clippers should get something extra.


3.) 20 Nov 2017 03:11:16
Jordan and Nurkic would be a bad fit together. And Jordan is an expiring contract while McCollum has 5 years left. McCollum has a lot more value than Jordan.


4.) 20 Nov 2017 03:13:54
@rkenne was thinking that, but what else do they really have to give up. that’s why i included the 1st.


 

 

19 Nov 2017 10:00:54
mil sends
henson, snell, 2nd rounder
to clips
for deandre jordan

donadamsky

1.) 19 Nov 2017 12:03:47
Come on, no where near enough.


2.) 19 Nov 2017 15:29:51
I'm baffled on how I could be getting disagrees on this. Jordan is an elite defender and rebounder in the NBA and a borderline allstar. There is no way that the Clippers are going to trade him for 26 year old sf, who at best is a low end starter, but probably comes off the bench for most teams. A 27 year old niche center that is a low end rotation player and a late 2nd that could be bought. There's no upside there, they save a fairly minimal amount of money and they would be better off letting Jordan expire and using the cap room to go after an impact player or using his contract as an expiring to bring in young talent.


3.) 19 Nov 2017 19:50:10
only reason i valued jordan so low is because he’s a flight risk, especially if the clips keep on their current pace. this would be a deadline move if they can't get anything better. maybe include a third team.


4.) 20 Nov 2017 16:43:55
No disagreement here. That is way too little to get for Jordan.


 

 

01 Nov 2017 03:18:38
news is okafor could force a buyout, so philly should trade him now for just about anything they can get...

donadamsky

1.) 01 Nov 2017 11:12:10
I thought they could possibly get a late first out of him, but that seems to have been to optimistic. If he's asking out and they didn't pick up his option, he's worth almost nothing. At best another 2nd round pick for a team that has most of the 2nd round picks in the NBA already.


2.) 01 Nov 2017 12:16:03
Sorry Philly fans, with the decline of his option (right move), and his request for a buyout, there is no deal out there for Okafor that includes a pick.

Maybe an underperforming vet with a couple of years left on his deal, but I can't see Philly wanting to do that.


3.) 01 Nov 2017 13:57:03
Which Okafor aRe you talking about? Emeka or Jahlil? Both aRe with Philly, although Emeka is with their D league team. Not sure how Jahlil can force a butout, but pretty sure Emeka could.


4.) 01 Nov 2017 16:23:01
id do the buyout if i'm philly, cut my losses on okafor rather than probably trading him for a bad contract that will tie up the books, even if u could get a pick out of it. i wouldn’t even mind giving him most of his 5 mil (but likely closer to 3) owed this year, he is an afterthought for the sixers at this point. phil would have to get offered something by a team that wants him that doesn’t like their chances at okafor if he hits open market. (or a team that has no cap space, think miami, portland, toronto. but then youd think phil might have to give something else up)
so yeah, just give him the money.


 

 

 

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05 Nov 2017 03:23:55
wanna hear some ideas on moves the pelicans can make to kinda position themself as a playoff team. they obvs needs wing help, maybe not just one, but i just hate seeing a duo as incredible as AD + boog suffer due to their weak surroundings. similarly, they need to make a more attractive situation for boog to wanna resign there. thoughts?

donadamsky

1.) 05 Nov 2017 11:09:32
Pels 2nd rounder for Hezonja.
Ajinca for Singler.
Future 2nd rounder for Caboclo.
Ian Clark for Sefolosha.

This would give Pels solid wing depth.


2.) 06 Nov 2017 14:00:42
How about Asik, Ajinka, Fred Jackson and 2 2nds for Crabbe.


3.) 07 Nov 2017 16:01:14
I don't think that Crabbe would be good because that would have them tying up so much more money into 4 players in Holiday, Crabbe Cousins and Davis. Would leave them basically stuck with what they have.


4.) 07 Nov 2017 23:25:16
Larry Legend unless Cousins walks, they'll be basically capped out either way and the contracts they're giving up are all long term.


 

 

 

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16 Dec 2017 20:55:11
teague?

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15 Dec 2017 08:44:35
no for chicago, they traded butler for assets on purpose, can’t see them doing the opposite to bring another star into their rebuild, aka 180 back to the middle of the road where they were last season. they should keep all their picks and tank for a few years, build a really solid core, and then invite AD home in 2020 for a title run or two (optimism on 100 here)

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14 Dec 2017 21:08:48
good for cavs, good for spurs (i really like hill going there)
but i don't see the incentive for sac, clearing cap doesn’t really seem like their MO, big fa’s prob aren't targeting sac-town. if hill wants out, or they have buyers remorse, i think they could get a late 1st/ more youth for him.

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14 Dec 2017 21:03:45
i like the idea of the orlando deal but it kind of makes “backwards” sense. its a here and now deal for the magic, future oriented for cavs. not saying its a bad move for the cavs, it just doenst make much sense for them as contenders. i'd like to think the cavs are thinking about the future, but i really think they just want to do what it takes to keep lebron around and this isn’t it.

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14 Dec 2017 20:37:48
chi should not trade their pick and more for conley, it just doesn’t make sense for the franchise. i'd rather have a top 5 pick in this draft alone over 3 1/ 2 very expensive years of twilighting conley.
dunn’s potential is looking pretty good rn too
i really think chi’s plan is rebuild hard and keep cap to bring AD home in 2020.

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