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18 Mar 2019 03:14:28
SAC - MEM

Sacramento sends: Bogdanovic, Giles, multiple 2nd rounders

Memphis sends: Jackson, Parsons

SAC depth:

Fox / Ferrell
Hield
Barnes / Parsons
Bagley / Bjelica
Jackson / Swanigan

That puts SAC at about $89mil ($20mil under 2019-2020 cap) or $64mil ($45mil under 2019-2020 cap) if Barnes opts out. Cauley-Stein probably isn't re-signed in this scenario.

MEM depth:

Conley / Carter
Bradley / Bogdanovic
Brooks / Miles / Caboclo
Giles / Anderson
Valanciunas / Rabb

That gets Memphis to about $97mil ($12mil under 2019-2020 cap) or $86mil ($23mil under 2019-2020 cap) without Bradley. The #6-ish pick in the 2019 draft would add $5mil or so, but could also return an established starter. Keeping Wright (RFA) would further reduce cap space.

Does Bogdanovic + Giles + absorbing $21mil (for next season only) get the Kings close enough for Jackson? Would Miles' contract need to be absorbed as well? Jackson would be ideal for the Kings - adding rim protection / starting more fast breaks and hitting 3's as a trailer in transition.

Memphis should probably trade Conley and go full rebuild, but their last couple moves don't really show that intent. Conley / Bogdanovic / Bradley would be a solid backcourt rotation, and Giles has shown great potential. They would really have to be targeting certain players (FA or trade) who fit their slower pace / success with veteran players.

kh28

1.) 18 Mar 2019 04:17:48
I don't think either team bites at this.

Memphis may have enough cap space to eat Parsons expiring deal (trade deadline asset? ) depending on how the options on Valancunis, Bradley and Miles play out. Plus, I would build around Jackson and the wing Memphis will draft this year. Lose your pick next year, but have enough cap space to take on salary for picks to fill the void.

Kings, on the other hand, love both BB8 and Giles and are quickly becoming fan favorites. Although Jackson would be an upgrade, I think the Kings lose too much in depth. Would rather see what the Kings can do in FA with their $20 mil (Vucevic? ) cap space and fun, winning atmosphere.


2.) 18 Mar 2019 04:45:55
I believe Kings would definitely agree. Jackson fits great w Bagley since he’s a great defender and can stretch the floor. They can use the cap space to fill out the bench.


3.) 18 Mar 2019 05:01:26
Maybe Memphis only does this trade if they win their way out of their 2019 pick (top 8 protected)? They're definitely in danger of that, since Dallas should be motivated to lose.

I think Miles is a lock to pick up his option, but if Valanciunas opts out, Memphis could waive Bradley (guaranteed $2mil out of $13mil next year) and have $20mil in cap space without doing the above trade.

If they lose their pick this year AND Valanciunas opts in, they'd already be just under the cap, so they may as well keep Bradley.


4.) 18 Mar 2019 18:15:18
Nba16, I agree that Jackson would be a great fit on the Kings. I just don't agree with the price that has to be paid to get him. Is Jackson so much better than Giles that it is worth giving up the team's 6th man (Bogdanovich) and all the team's available cap space? Especially, since the team's style of play is based all upon roster depth.


5.) 18 Mar 2019 18:37:25
Bagley/ Jackson. I don't get it. Both play the same position, and wouldn't likely see a lot of time on the floor together. Huge underpay for Jackson too in the trade.


6.) 18 Mar 2019 20:45:36
Bagley and Jackson can play either PF or C. I believe Bagley fits better in today’s nba at the 5.


7.) 19 Mar 2019 00:07:09
I was confused about your first response NBA16, thanks for clearing that up. And thank you for the position education about Bagley/ Jackson. Just looking out for me, how nice of you!


 

 

30 Oct 2018 11:36:34
SAC - WAS Salary Dump

Sacramento receives: Porter, Mahinmi
Washington receives: Randolph, Shumpert, Koufos, multiple 2nd's or a first rounder a few years out

If Washington can't turn things around and get to a 6/7 seed in the East, they may want more flexibility long term. $11M absorbed and $31M expiring adds up to around $65M expiring and ending the season at around $20M over the cap. They get a huge amount of cap relief while staying competitive and keeping their pick. Wall's salary increase still hurts, but really locks them in if they do nothing. They can go after someone like Tobias Harris in the offseason before matching on Oubre, etc.

The Kings probably do this in a heartbeat because Porter is a great fit, they can't really bring in top free agents, and they don't have their pick next offseason. They probably have to wait until Washington realizes they can't trade Mahinmi... and if Washington's pick ends up being higher than expected, they won't just dump Mahinmi with it.

SAC depth:

Fox / Ferrell / Mason
Hield / Bogdanovic / McLemore
Porter / Jackson
Bjelica / Bagley / Labissiere
Cauley-Stein / Giles / Mahinmi

WAS depth:

Wall / Rivers / Satoransky
Beal / Shumpert / McRae
Oubre / Brown
Morris / Green / Randolph / Smith
Howard / Koufos / Bryant

kh28

1.) 30 Oct 2018 12:51:48
The wizards are great when they execute plays but when they're broken the players look anxious, and are rushing before looking for the open man. Missing shots hurts all teams but when your defense is trash Its worse. Brooks is a good coach, way better than Donovan. He will get the wiz into the postseason. Wall is overpaid. He's like a really good collison, with more turnovers. Fast as lightning.


2.) 30 Oct 2018 18:38:03
Wall and Beal and porter are overpaid.


 

 

10 Aug 2018 04:38:26
SAC - UTA

Kings receive: Crowder, Udoh
Jazz receive: Labissiere, Koufos, future 2nd rounder

SAC
Fox / Ferrell / Mason
Hield / Bogdanovic / Shumpert
Crowder / Jackson
Bagley / Bjelica / Randolph
Cauley-Stein / Giles / Udoh / Davis

UTA
Rubio / Exum / Neto
Mitchell / Burks / Allen
Ingles / O'Neale / Sefolosha
Favors / Labissiere / Niang
Gobert / Koufos / Bradley

Kings fill SF hole with a good contract, even though Crowder's numbers dipped a bit last year. Koufos' departure opens up minutes for Giles. They buy out McLemore.

The Jazz lose Crowder's versatility, but they get more depth at PF & C positions this year. They also free up around $6 mil in cap space for next off-season. Labissiere seems like a good fit, and will become a restricted free agent at the end of Favors' current contract.

kh28

1.) 10 Aug 2018 06:10:19
I don't think the jazz would do it.


 

 

25 May 2018 18:51:08
SAC - PHI

If SAC takes Bagley at 2, they could potentially help Philly make 'win now' moves by trying to replace Reddick without making a dent in their cap space. PHI will also have an easier time packaging picks together and SAC will stash a couple euro prospects. Assuming a lot, but could make sense for both.

Sac gets: #10, #56, #60, Jerryd Bayless

Phi gets: Bogdan Bogdanovic, #36

SAC
Fox / Mason / Bayless
Hield / Temple / Shumpert
Mik. Bridges (#10) / Jackson / FA
Bagley (#2) / Labissiere / Randolph
Cauley-Stein / Koufos / Giles

PHI
Simmons / Fultz / McConnell
Bogdanovic / Luwawu / Korkmaz
Covington / Anderson / x
Saric / x / x
Embiid / Holmes / x

kh28

1.) 25 May 2018 19:25:36
My guess is bamba, Jackson, Mikal, bagley @ 2 for the kings if suns take ayton. Mikal won't slip to 10. Miles has a better shot @ 10 than Mikal in my opinion.


2.) 25 May 2018 19:56:50
Very true. Personally, I like Miles Bridges better for the Knicks - they could run him at the 4 when Porzingis gets time at the 5. Mikal could still go 8 or 9 easily, but I think a little less likely at 7 when Porter or Carter could still be available.


 

 

 

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18 Mar 2019 05:01:26
Maybe Memphis only does this trade if they win their way out of their 2019 pick (top 8 protected)? They're definitely in danger of that, since Dallas should be motivated to lose.

I think Miles is a lock to pick up his option, but if Valanciunas opts out, Memphis could waive Bradley (guaranteed $2mil out of $13mil next year) and have $20mil in cap space without doing the above trade.

If they lose their pick this year AND Valanciunas opts in, they'd already be just under the cap, so they may as well keep Bradley.

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25 May 2018 19:56:50
Very true. Personally, I like Miles Bridges better for the Knicks - they could run him at the 4 when Porzingis gets time at the 5. Mikal could still go 8 or 9 easily, but I think a little less likely at 7 when Porter or Carter could still be available.

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