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19 Nov 2017 16:08:06
Knicks and Grizzlies trade:

Grizzlies get : Joakim Noah/Michael Beasley/ Ramon Sessions and 2 round pick

Knicks get : Chandler Parsons and Mario Chalmers

19 Nov 2017 16:22:44
I don't see much of a point for either team. They're swapping bad contracts, but I guess it's a little worse for the Grizzlies since Parsons seems like he could still be an NBA starter.

19 Nov 2017 17:09:49
Why would the Griz do this?

16 Nov 2017 15:50:06
Clippers: K Love+ M Conley

Cleveland: B Griffin+P Beverly+ M Gasol+ L williams

Memphis: T Thompson+ Shumpert+W Johnson+ Frye+ 1rnd pick Nets+ 1rnd pick Cleveland 2020+ 2rnd pick Clippers 2018

16 Nov 2017 16:07:48
I like it for the Cavs. It's not great for the Clippers and it's a pretty bad return for Memphis.

16 Nov 2017 17:17:33
I said it yesterday, the Clippers are NOT trading Griffin after just resigning him to that huge FA contract.

04 Nov 2017 10:03:41
1) Memphis-Cle-LA

Cle: M Conley+ M Gasol

LA: I Thomas+ Frye

Memphis: JR Smith+Shumpert+ T Thompson+ 1rnd pick Nets+ 1rnd pick Cle 2021+ 1rnd pick LA 2019

2) Memphis- NO

Memphis: S Hill+ Asik+ 1rnd pick NO
NO: C Parsons

Memphis go's for a total rebuilt en receive 4 draft picks. I know they give away al lot, they have a good team, but in best case, they make it to the second round.
M Gasol and C Parsons had some bad injuries and Gasol is already 33. Conley is a great pg, but there're a lot of good and younger pg in the league. So i would trade them before they have no value anymore.

This Memphis team would suck, so they keep their own pick and they can draft Doncic and Porter in this years draft.

04 Nov 2017 10:46:34
I don't think Parsons has any value and I think the Cavs would want more out of IT than one first. Also, the trade makes the Cavs thin on the wing.

04 Nov 2017 10:52:59
The trade can't happen, sixers or celtics own lakers 2018 #1, and you cannot trade consecutive #1 picks in the NBA. And if by LA you meant the clippers, the celtics own the clips 2019#1 pick already. So either LA team cannot offer their 2019 #1 in a trade.

04 Nov 2017 14:50:44
*Memphis: Deng+ LA 2020 pick.

04 Nov 2017 15:06:42
It actually is a fair return but i just don't see Memphis doing it. And as for Parsons, nahh.

05 Nov 2017 12:56:01
The Grizzlies are 6-3 with 2 wins over rockets n 2 over warrior, there still ballin why would they rebuild.

05 Nov 2017 16:37:23
Blood, the team is older and not going to make it out of the first round.

27 Oct 2017 17:44:56
Cle: Bledsoe+ 2rnd pick Tor+2rnd pick Memphis+ 2rnd pick Miami

Phoe: Porzingis+ Ntilikina

NY: Frye+ Shumpert+Bender+ 1rnd pick Nets 2018+ 1rnd pick Miami 2018+ 1rnd pick Suns 2018+ 1rnd pick Miami 2021

27 Oct 2017 20:15:37
Sure, PHX would love to acquire Porzingis. but for Bled, Bender, and 3 #1 picks? No. as in no way.

28 Oct 2017 02:11:56
Cavs pass. Bledsoe isn't worth the Brooklyn pick. I highly doubt they get more than two later picks/ midlevel prospects and a shorter contract for him.

If I were PHX, I would do this in a heart beat. Especially if they could get top 5 protection on their pick. They get a potential future starting pg and another star on the rise to go with Jackson, Booker and the rest of their young talent.

NY gets pretty good value back, but it just doesn't seem like they're willing to build their team through the draft. Dolan seems to have no patience. Every time an above average player hits the market the Knicks seem to atleast try to go after them and really anything short of 2 allstar caliber players isn't going to make that team a winner this year.

27 Oct 2017 10:55:03
Denver: Bledsoe+ Cousins (If Cousins resign, because he want to play with Bledsoe)

Phoenix: Jokic+ Mudiay+ Arthur

NO: Farried+Dudley+ 1rnd pick Phoenix 2018+ 1rnd pick Miami 2018+ 1rnd pick Phoenix 2020 +1rnd pick Miami 2021+ 2rnd pick Memphis 2018+ 2rnd pick Tor 2018+ 2rnd pick Phoenix 2020


Denver:
C: Cousins
PF: Millsap
SF: Chandler
SG: Murray
PG: Bledsoe

Phoenix:
C Jokic/Chandler
PF: Chriss/ Bender
SF: Jackson/Warren
SG: Booker/Knight
Pg: Mudiay/Knight

NO Orleans can rebuilt or use the draft picks to get a second star (shootingguard/ Small forward)

27 Oct 2017 13:17:04
That's a LOT going back to NO. If I'm them, I do this in a heartbeat! Faried actually fits pretty well next to Davis, Dudley is a great veteran presence with range, and they'd have a ton of opportunity to pull in some young talent. Meanwhile, Boogie is more than likely out of there after this season.

As for the other two, Boogie and Bledsoe could make Denver a very interesting team, though I'm not sure how much of an upgrade Boogie is over Jokic. As for Phoenix, they bring in a young stud and a guy in Mudiay that still has a lot of potential, but I'm not sure why they're giving up that many first rounders, especially when they aren't even going to the team that's giving much up.

27 Oct 2017 14:31:35
Maybe the Miami 2021 and a second round pick should go to Denver too.

Cousins is a great player, he only needs to find HIS team.

Phoenix is giving up a lot, but they get everything they need to become a superteam. A good center that can pass and shoot 3- pointers. And a young pointguard.

27 Oct 2017 15:33:12
New Orleans is getting way to much. We just saw Cousins get deal for less than half of that six months ago and the Kings were negotiating from a much better position.

27 Oct 2017 16:22:14
Would rather have Jokic over Cousind tbh.

27 Oct 2017 20:58:49
rkenne What difference does it make what he got dealt for 6 months ago? What matters is if you decide to trade him mid year, what can you get for him. Cousins has showed no off or on court behavior issues and if there is a team needing a big to make a Playoff Run especially if they are in win-now mode, then Cousins is the solution and they will pay.

28 Oct 2017 13:53:01
Dacman. We've seen what the market thinks of Cousins and that was when the Kings had leverage. Demarcus said he wouldn't resign and he hasn't made the same commitment to NO, there was a year and a half left his contract compared to half a year, teams won't have him on a bargain contract for more than half a year, and teams know that they can't risk losing Cousins for nothing because it could spell trouble with Davis. Cousins continues to rack us Ts and really he's never had trouble off the court.

As for teams trying to make a playoff run, there aren't many teams looking to win at all costs right now that have assets.
List of teams looking to win at all cost that could use Cousins and their best obtainable assets: GS- late firsts and some low end prospects; Cleveland- Brooklyn pick, future picks that may have value given Lebron's future, Osman, Zizic, Thompson and expiring contracts; Houston- Capela, late future firsts, and expiring contracts; OKC- Adams, Abrines, and late future firsts; Toronto- JV, Powell, low end prospects and late firsts; Washington- Porter and late firsts; SA- late firsts, expiring contracts, Mills, Murray, low end prospects, and possible assets that could bring back value in a 3 way trade.

Teams flush with assets that may get involved, but probably wouldn't be willing to risk their future without atleast a commitment from Cousins; Boston and Milwaukee.

TI honestly can't see any other team getting in on this given either their leeriness about the half year, current rebuilds or strength at Center and Boston and Milwaukee are both long shots.

Maybe NOs gets a little more value back than they sent out for Cousins but that's a long shot and there is a possibility that they get very little back compared to Cousins abilities. They got him for next to nothing and that's what they're getting back for him.

23 Oct 2017 20:52:04
PHX - MEM - DET - MIL

PHX get: Mike Conley and Greg Monroe (exp)

pg. Conley
sg. Booker
sf. Jackson
pf. Bender
c. Monroe

MEM get: Jared Dudley, Matthew Delladova, Jabari Parker, Stanley Johnson, and Malcom Brogdon

pg. Brogdon
sg. Evans
sf. Johnson
pf. Parker
c. Gasol

DET get: Chandler Parsons, Eric Bledsoe, and Tyson Chandler

pg. Bledsoe
sg. Bradley
sf. Parsons
pf. Harris
c. Chandler

MIL get: Reggie Jackson and Andre Drummond

pg. Jackson
sg. Middleton
sf. Antetuoumpo
pf. Maker
c. Drummond

23 Oct 2017 15:02:11
Cle: Conley

LAL: Monroe

Milwaukee: M gasol

Memphis: Shumpert+ Smith+ Deng+ 1rnd pick Nets+ 1rnd pick Milw+ 1rnd pick LA 2020+ 1rnd pick Milw 2020+ 1rnd pick Cle 2021

23 Oct 2017 17:21:30
i can't see memphis blowing it up until next year at the earliest. i think they are satisfied for now with competing for low playoff seeds. its just the culture there.

23 Oct 2017 17:25:40
Milwaukee needs to give up more since they aren't taking on Deng's contract and I doubt the Cavs want 3 pgs at the expensive of the Brooklyn pick and all their wing depth.

21 Oct 2017 21:03:26
Okay... everyone here me out. I tried to make this the most realistic as I could so no hate pls.

Celtics get: Andre Drummond, Anthony Davis, Jordan Crawford.

Pistons get: Al Horford, Shane Larkin, 2019 Celtics 2nd.

Pelicans get: 2019 Grizzlies 1st, 2018 Celtics 1st, Jaylen Brown, Aron Baynes, Guerschon Yabusele, Abdel Nader, Jabari Bird, Reggie Bullock.

Irving/Rozier/Allen
Smart/Crawford/Ellis(FA)
Hayward/Tatum/Green(FA)
Davis/Morris/Ojeleye
Drummond/Theis/Hibbert(FA)

21 Oct 2017 21:24:24
I think that Celtics pick should go to Pistons and Pelicans should get Lakers/ 76ers/ Kings pick.

21 Oct 2017 21:59:04
The offer to NOs isn't bad, but I highly doubt that AD gets traded this year.

I don't see the point of the 2nd for Detroit. Horford is 31 and on a huge contract. I don't think he's worth much more than an expiring and a midlevel pick or player.

21 Oct 2017 22:21:28
Hear, not here

The trade offer sucks. In fact its one of the worst i've seen in awhile

Mediocre Players, NO MATTER HOW MANY YOU send along with picks that may or may not develop do NOT, repeat do NOT get you a once in a generation Superstar

Truly amazing how many Celtic and Cav favored trade proposals always start out with "hear me out" or they write mountains to justify their lame trade offers

AD is not going to the C's. In fact he was relieved to hear the Celtic trade rumors were just rumors. So while it must suck that C's went all in on Hayward and he is out for season, You will not be getting AD.

22 Oct 2017 11:38:28
no idea why the Pistons would trade a young player for an aging star.


NO would only do this if AD loses a legg.

23 Oct 2017 01:04:21
I'm not even a celtics fan lol--im a bucks fan.

23 Oct 2017 04:51:00
No Brooklyn pick and Tatum instead of Brown, Pels don't entertain this.

23 Oct 2017 20:14:02
Ok, so you're a Bucks fan. Would you take that package for Giannis?

23 Oct 2017 22:13:31
Ok So you're a Bucks fan. Would you take that package for Giannis?

21 Oct 2017 11:06:40
Cle: Conley+ M Gasol

Milwaukee: IT

Memphis: Teletovic+ Shumpert+ Thompson+ smith+ 1rn pick Nets+ 1rnd pick Milwaukee 2018 and 2020+ 1rnd pick Cleveland 2021

21 Oct 2017 13:10:28
So, Memphis guts there team for garbage players and a single good draft pick?

21 Oct 2017 14:42:02
Yes, they do
This will improve their own pick the next three years.
So they don't lose it to Boston before 2021
The Only way to make it to the top is, drafting good players and sign a big free agent.

They can draft Porter and Doncic next year. Bol Bol in 2019
And they will have the capspace in 2020 to sign 2 big free agents.
And the Cavs 2021 pick could be good. LBJ will be 37 years old.

21 Oct 2017 14:45:15
Here we go again. The usual Cleveland gets All Star level talent for garbage and mid level 1st rdrs with the exception of Brooklyn pick. Come on Man.

21 Oct 2017 15:10:44
I like it for the Bucks. They need more offense and they have the players to cover for IT's defense.

Love it for the Cavs. They would end up with a team that can compete with the Warriors.

While it's not a great return for Memphis, it's not terrible. I think the big question would be, what is Gasol's value. At his age I'm not sure to many gms would give up any kind of big asset for him. Maybe, switch smith with Frye Osman and Zizic. That would be two more solid prospects and an expiring rather than a bad contract.

21 Oct 2017 17:33:18
Memphis take bad contracts for picks, that's not a bad deal.

M Gasol is 33 and had some bad injuries. Conley becomes 31, he's great pointguard, but the league is loaded with pointguards and he's on a big contract.
If Memphis keep those players, they play for the eight spot or miss the playoffs and they lose the 2019 pick to Boston.


They end up with two young prospects if they do this trade now.
And they have some draftpick they can use for future trades.

20 Oct 2017 08:19:14
Boston: M Gasol

Memphis: G Hayward+ return Memphis pick.


Horford is aging, so should boston go all in now? Trading an injuyred Hayward for a center that fits the system.

Memphis could do thit, they get the pick back and start tanking in a loaded Western conference. If Hayward recovers, they get an all star and they have no problem absorbing the contract when they're rebuilding

20 Oct 2017 12:52:36
It's not a bad idea for Memphis, but basketball aside, nobody would ever sign with Boston again if they pulled this. Moving IT shows that nobody is sacred in the quest for 18.Moving Hayward would just be cruel.

20 Oct 2017 13:16:18
Haywood is not going anywhere.

20 Oct 2017 13:40:03
@supercollider, do you agree, Boston should go all in now or trade Horford?

Boston can't beat cleveland without Hayward and they need a center.

20 Oct 2017 14:03:08
I don't think Boston needs to go all in now at all. They have two young studs in Brown and Tatum, and a young star in Kyrie. That's a core you can build around, and if the Lakers pick comes through this season, they'll likely have a big man prospect to add to that core. They basically have the Philly "process" construct while also having guys like Horford and Hayward to star now and top role players like Smart and Rozier. This group is poised to be competitive for the next ten to fifteen years, so they shouldn't blow too much up to try to win it all once.

20 Oct 2017 14:04:09
That seems like a lot of for a center that doesn't really fit with the rest of the team's timeline. Challenging the Cavs this year was always a long shot. Now that Hayward is out, in my opinion, they should trade Horford for assets and contracts that would help them get a young big man sometime in the next year and a half. Loading up to make a run next year and for the foreseeable future makes the most sense. Why rush now and potentially give up assets that could actually win them a title down the line rather than assets that might get them back to the ECFs this year.

20 Oct 2017 17:31:47
Makes no sense to trade Horford now. He is invaluable to the team, especially after Haywards injury. He still fits their timeline. He will help them be competitive now and will help them until the kids, Brown, Tatum and whoever else is ready. Who knows, maybe they catch lightning in a bottle and win something.
The last thing they need is moRe future picks.

20 Oct 2017 18:51:07
Boston is done dealing, except maybe moving Smart at the deadline if he has a bad year and won't give a hometown discount on the next contract. It's all about developing the kids, getting on the same page and re-signing Irving a year from now.
Gasol? Maybe a year from now when he's on the decline and can be had for pennies on the buck.

20 Oct 2017 21:39:14
Yeah celtics won't trade Hayward and horford would only be traded along with assets for a young gun just have to take the Hayward injury on the chin.

09 Oct 2017 18:47:22
DET - MEM - NYK

DET get: Mike Conley and Courtney Lee

pg. Conley/ Smith
sg. Bradley/ Galloway
sf. Lee/ Kennard
pf. Leuer/ Tolliver
c. Drummond/ Marjonovic

MEM get: Joakim Noah, Tobias Harris, Stanley Johnson, 2018 1st DP DET, and 2020 1st DP DET

pg. Evans/ Chalmers
sg. McLemore/ Selden
sf. Johnson/ Ennis III
pf. Harris/ Green
c. Gasol/ Noah

NYK get: Reggie Jackson and Chandler Parsons

pg. Jackson/ Ntilinka
sg. THJ/ Baker
sf. Parsons/ Beasley
pf. Porzingis/ OQuinn
c. Kanter/ Hernangomez

04 Oct 2017 16:36:07
DEN-MEM trade

Denver gets- Mike Conley

Memphis gets- Kenneth Faried, Juan Hernangomez, Malik Beasley, Emmanuel Mudiay, Will Barton, Darrell Arthur

What do you think?

04 Oct 2017 19:33:55
I think a package would have to be built around Murray or Harris. The Grizzlies would want atleast one big asset in a deal for Conley. He's easily their most valuable piece right now.

04 Oct 2017 04:53:21
Utah Jazz trade: Derrick Favors, Alec Burks, and 2018 Utah Jazz first-round draft pick
Utah Jazz receive: Al Horford

In an attempt to compete for a playoff spot in the loaded Western Conference, the Jazz trade two semi-young, potential-filled players who really struggled last year while battling with injuries, along with a first-round pick, for a proven star-level player who would undoubtedly fit in very well alongside Rudy Gobert. Horlord is a player who can do a little bit of everything and has proven to be very consistent throughout his years in the league. Should Favors and Burks never return back to their 2015-16 form, this trade would turn out to be a steal for the Jazz.


Boston Celtics trade: Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown, Al Horford, Aron Baynes, Abdel Nader, 2018 Los Angeles Lakers first-round draft pick/2019 Sacramento Kings first-round draft pick, 2018 Boston Celtics first-round draft pick, and 2019 Memphis Grizzlies first-round draft pick
Boston Celtics receive: Anthony Davis, DeMarcus Cousins, Alexis Ajinca and Tony Allen

Before I go any further, I feel compelled to mention that this trade would be contingent upon, at minimum, Cousins verbally agreeing to stay in Boston beyond 2018. With that being said, the Celtics are receiving the future of the NBA in 24-year-old Davis and another superstar in 27-year-old Cousins, so yes, they would have to give up an arm and a leg to pair those two alongside all-stars 25-year-old Kyrie Irving and 27-year-old Gordon Hayward. Wiping out their two young studs and most of their future assets (draft picks) would undoubtedly hurt Danny Ainge to the very core, but the "consolation prize" he would receive would be worth the hurt. Davis and Cousins would give him a 'Big Four' to probably pass the Cleveland Cavaliers as the best team in the Eastern Conference and challenge the older Golden State Warriors for the NBA championship for years to come. Ajinca and Allen would provide the team additional depth for the inevitable championship run the team would make.


New Orleans Pelicans trade: Anthony Davis, DeMarcus Cousins, Alexis Ajinca, and Tony Allen
New Orleans Pelicans receive: Jayson Tatum, Jaylen Brown, Derrick Favors, Alec Burks, Aron Baynes, Abdel Nader, 2018 Los Angeles Lakers first-round draft pick/2019 Sacramento Kings first-round draft pick, 2018 Utah Jazz first-round draft pick, 2018 Boston Celtics first-round draft pick, and 2019 Memphis Grizzlies first-round draft pick

The Pelicans have been struggling, struggling, and struggling some more to build a competent team around Davis. Even with the addition of Cousins, the Pelicans struggled beyond the all-star break to compete at a playoff level. There is no better time to trade Davis than now, and no team with more to offer the Pelicans for the services of Davis and Cousins than the Celtics. The package the Pelicans would receive in this trade would be very hard to pass up. Tatum and Brown are both extremely young and overflowing with potential. Both can be all-stars in future if provided the appropriate opportunities. Favors was an above average starting power forward two seasons ago before struggling, due to injuries, this past season. Burks was in a similar situation, although he was never as talented as Favors. Any type of resurgence from either player (which is likely due to the fact that both should be recovered from their injuries following this offseason) would allow the Pelicans to either build around them or flip them for more younger prospects. Finally, the Pelicans would receive a slew of first-round draft picks around which they could build around. The Lakers/Kings draft pick could be a top five pick, either in 2018 or 2019, and should undoubtedly be in the top 10. The Jazz and Grizzlies picks should fall somewhere between the 10-20 range, but could be higher depending on how the two teams perform. Finally, the Celtics draft pick would probably fall somewhere in the 25-30 range upon the execution of this trade, where quality players still exist if scouted well. It would be hard for the Pelicans to receive a better offer for any combination of Davis and Cousins at any point over the upcoming seasons than this one.

04 Oct 2017 10:13:38
aside from NO moving davis and boogie together, nothing else is really outrageous about these trades. could work out in the long run for the pels if they draft right.

04 Oct 2017 10:34:11
i think i would prefer a version of this trade where boogie and one of brown/ tatum (i think i'd choose brown) stay put. i just can't see davis and boogie ever really thriving together especially alongside someone like kyrie who should be a primary scorer.

04 Oct 2017 13:09:05
Agree with donadamsky that trading for both would be kind of dumb since the experiment would have failed for NO already. I think they would be better off trying to keep Tatum or Brown. They need an another wing and guy who can turn in to an elite perimeter defender.

I also don't like this for Utah. They need a number one scoring option, but that isn't Horford. He would be a decent fit next at pf for them, but I'm not sure this even guarantees them a playoff spot. Horford is on a huge contract for 3 more years and by the end of it, he won't be worth the money. The Jazz are a fairly young team. I think they would be better off going through a mini rebuilding around Gobert or a complete rebuild.

This is a solid return for NO, but I'm still don't think they'll want to move Davis anytime in the near future.

04 Oct 2017 16:15:50
I can't imagine the Pelicans moving Davis without getting both Tatum and Brown back.

05 Oct 2017 16:55:46
Hilarious. The Pelicans have been "struggling" Boogie and A. D. have played a whopping 15 games together since last season. And half of those are Holiday yet all of you think New Orleans is going to dump A. D.? Let me help you guys out with this. You do NOT trade a once in a generation player for mediocre to average pieces. If so i might propose this trade


Celtics fans really have a knack for thinking the rest of the league owes them their Superstars

Pathetic trade idea.

07 Oct 2017 15:01:14
Dacman, that's four really good trade pieces (Brown, Tatum, La/ Sac and Memphis) and a few mediocre ones (Favors, Utah pick, Boston pick, Nader, and Burke) as well without having to take on much long term salary. I don't think NO should trade Davis anytime soon, but theoretically if they did, this would be a great haul. There isn't a team in the league that would be willing to give up more than that that has the pieces to do it.

02 Oct 2017 11:56:26
Cavaliers-Grizzlies

Cavaliers get Brandon Wright

Grizzlies get Iman Shumpert

03 Oct 2017 17:21:13
After losing Tony Allen, I don't mind this for Memphis.

The deal can't happen though, both teams are over the cap and Shump's deal is double what Wright's is.

02 Oct 2017 10:29:02
Cavaliers and Grizzlies

Cedi Osman and Anti Zizc and Tristan Thompson for Marc Gasol.

02 Oct 2017 14:15:38
Cleveland should also trow in a protected draft pick.

30 Sep 2017 03:26:46
Nola-Cavs-Grizzlies

Nola get Shumpert

Grizzlies get Frye (exp), Nola 1st rd pick (lottery protected) , Asik, Cavs 1st rd pick

Cavs get Jamychal Green (st)

29 Sep 2017 02:42:02
MEM/DET/CLE

MEM get Reggie Jackson, Iman Shumpert, Andre Drummond , DET 1st round pick 2018 (top 4 protected) & BKN 1st round pick from CLE

DET get Tristan Thompson , Channing Frye , Mike Conley & MEM 2nd round pick

CLE get Marc Gasol & Tobias Harris

26 Sep 2017 20:51:10
NYK - MEM - DET

NYK get: Reggie Jackson and Brandon Wright (exp)

pg. Jackson/ Ntilinka
sg. THJ/ Baker
sf. Kusminskas/ McDermott
pf. Poriznigs/ Beasley
c. Hernangomez/ Kanter

MEM get: Joakim Noah and Tobias Harris

pg. Conley/ Chalmers
sg. Evans/ McLemore
sf. Harris/ Ennis
pf. Green/ Martin
c. Gasol/ Noah

DET get: Chandler Parson, Courtney Lee, Kyle OQuinn, and Future NYK 1st DP

pg. Bradley/ Smith
sg. Lee/ Gaolloway
sf. Johnson/ Kennard
pf. Parsons/ Leuer
c. Drummond/ OQuinn

26 Sep 2017 14:21:09
The Cavs get Green and M Gasol

Memphis gets Murray, Osman, Felder, Monroe(exp), Parker(exp), Shumpert, Brooklyn first, 2 Bucks firsts lottery protected, and a Spurs first

San Antionio gets Conley and Thompson

Milwaukee gets Aldridge

26 Sep 2017 18:59:12
I like this for SA and the Cavs

Not sure about Memphis, but they should tank indeed.

Milwaukee shouldn't rush. Cleveland is to strong, the next two years (or one if LBJ leaves) . So Milwaukee, shouldn't trade two draft picks for LMA.

27 Sep 2017 15:39:17
That's assuming that Giannis, doesn't opt out and leave as a FA, Gasupo.

26 Sep 2017 03:26:56
When Kanter is eligible

Mavs get Kanter Thomas
Grizzlies get Mathews Noah
Knicks get Parsons Powell Wright

26 Sep 2017 11:59:18
Wow, that's a whole lot of garbage being moved in a single deal.

 
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