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16 Aug 2018 23:59:35

Raptors get Simmons/ Martin from Magic-Singler/ Patterson from Thunder (stretch or buyout both)

Thunder get Ibaka from Raptors/ Ross from Magic

Magic get Schroeder/ Abrines from Thunder

Raptors get solid wing player and a big guy with potential, save a little bit of money

Thunder get to clean their books a little bit, get a couple of players that would be more useful to them than what they are giving up, one with an expiring contract

Magic get the best player in the deal (apologies to Serge), a good young scoring pg which they lack and a backup 2.

17 Aug 2018 00:19:17
Schroeder and Abrines are average players at best. Simmons is the gem in this deal. Whoever ends up with simmons wins.

17 Aug 2018 00:40:38
Bad deal for magic.

17 Aug 2018 02:14:59
I can’t see Orlando wanting Schroeder and the Raptors already have a ton of wings,

17 Aug 2018 06:45:11
Thunder big winner.

16 Aug 2018 19:57:32
Trade #1

Cleveland - Denver

Cleveland trades: Collin Sexton and Tristan Thompson

Denver trades: Jamaal Murray and Gary Harris

Why for Cleveland? Acquire two talented guards that still have room to grow. They could be our backcourt of the future.

Why for Denver? Sexton gives them their point guard of the future. Thompson is added for salary purposes.

Trade #2

Cleveland - Oklahoma City

Cleveland trades: Jordan Clarkson and J. R. Smith

Oklahoma City trades: Steven Adams and Kyle Singler

Why for Cleveland? Upgrade their center position; Adams is an underrated big and fits perfectly next to Love. Singler could be a backup combo forward.

Why for Oklahoma City? They get a starting calliber shooting guard in Clarkson. Smith is added for salary purposes.

Cleveland starting line-up
PG: Jamaal Murray / George Hill
SG: Gary Harris / Kyle Korver
SF: Cedi Osman / Sam Dekker / Kyle Singler
PF: Kevin Love / Larry Nance / Channing Frye
C: Steven Adams / Ante Zizic.

16 Aug 2018 20:13:18
They’re both bad for the other team

Denver gives up 2 proven players that could potentially be allstars at some point. The Cavs would be happy if Sexton was that good.

OKC laughs at the 2nd one. Adams is a top 15 center. Clarkson isn’t good and Smith is just a contract that could be used to dump cap space.

16 Aug 2018 20:44:37
Thanks for the post Cleveland homer!

Sexton may or may not end up being as good as Murray, and Thompson for Harris is just a joke.

Why would OKC need Clarkson with Schroder in town, and why would the Thunder give up Adams, who is key to their defensive success for a selfish, streaky shooter in Smith?

16 Aug 2018 23:52:00
I realize murray and Harris aren't all stars but they are high end nba players. Sexton is a gamble, and Thompson is overpaid.

16 Aug 2018 15:41:07

PHX get Collison & Singler

Pg Collison/Knight/Okobo
Sg Booker/Daniels
Sf Jackson/Singler
Pf Ariza/Chriss/Bender
Ce Ayton/Chandler

IND get Warren, Shroeder & 1st from OKC

Pg Shroeder/Young
Sg Oladipo/Evans
Sf Warren/Bogdanovic
Pf Turner/Leaf
Ce Sabonis/Oquinn

OKC get Thad & Joseph

Pg Westbrook/Joseph
Sg Roberson/Ferguson
Sf George/Abrines
Pf Young/Grant/Patterson
Ce Adams/Noel

16 Aug 2018 16:16:06
Seems like the first should go to Phoenix instead of Indy.

16 Aug 2018 19:21:39
Phoenix get capspace, so i can see them do this.
Warren, J Jackson, Ariza, Bridges, that's a logjam for the SF
Warren can become a bad contract before you know it.

I like this trade for Indy, It's a steal, but we need the draft pick to do this. Both Schroder and Warren are a risk. So i rather keep some flexibility unless, we get a great pay off.

16 Aug 2018 19:57:07
Gasupo, you can have play Jackson and Warren at the 4 and Bridges at the 2. Ariza can probably play all 3 positions.

16 Aug 2018 20:14:16
Warren averaged 19 and 5 last year and will make 12 million a year. I can't see him becoming a bad contract (unless injuries happen again, but I'd take that risk) . Maybe he's a 4th option, but even then, he's a solid value at worst.

You can never have enough wings in the NBA today. I also like Phoenix trying a lineup without a PG with Booker, Jackson, Ariza, Warren/ Bridges, and Ayton. That could be scary. Turn Booker into a James Harden type player.

Maybe I'm undervaluing Collison, but I don't think too much of him. He's a great backup, or a below average starter.

17 Aug 2018 02:04:23
You'll have to explain the logic as to why any of these teams decide to shift these players around.
I've been trying to search for the logic as to how this makes each team better for it, I just don't see it.
And trust me, anything that gets Singler out of OKC without stretching him, I'm on board for, but I can't figure out why Phoenix would want him though.

15 Aug 2018 22:49:51
Next move for Thunder. Let me know what y'all think.
Three team trade Thunder, Magic, Pelicans

Thunder get Mirotic, and Fournier

Magic get Ferguson, Abrines (exp), Singler (exp)
A 2nd round pick if needed

Pelicans get Schroder

Thunder get a starting PF that can stretch the floor, rebound, and is a good role player. And they get a starting SG that can also stretch the floor and is a good role player. They do take Fournier’s contract which isn't great but they are getting rid of Schroder’s contract which also isn't great and Fournier gives them more of what they need. This would add two good role players around Westbrook and George. Also it clears up a lil of the 2 and 3 spot jam they have.

Magic get out of Fournier's contract which is 17mil guaranteed for 2 more years and a player option for the 3rd which is also 17mil and I doubt he declines it. They are only adding Ferguson’s contract past this season which is a rookie deal so they are saving a lot of money which will help in future free agency. Plus Ferguson is still young with potential.

Pelicans clear playing time for Randle, and they get a PG that can distribute the ball well and is a better starting option than Peyton to replace Rondo.

Westbrook/ Felton
Fournier/ Roberson/ Diallo
George/ TLC/ Nader
Mirotic/ Grant/ Patterson
Adams/ Noel/ Patterson

They can use their trade exception or sign someone at PG for depth.

16 Aug 2018 13:09:41
Rather have Miro than Schroder if I’m the Pels.

16 Aug 2018 23:11:55
Its a huge no from NOP/.

15 Aug 2018 22:20:22
Next move for Thunder. Let me know what y'all think.
Three team trade Thunder, Cavs, Pelicans

Thunder get Mirotic, and Korver
Pelicans get Schroder
Cavs get Patterson, and unprotected 2nd rd pick

Thunder get a stretch 4 that can start, knock down 3’s, and rebound. And get a solid 3 pt shooter in Korver that can play back up SF.

Pelicans free up playing time for Randle and get a playmaker that is better than Payton to replace Rondo at starting PG.

Cavs free up a lil salary, they clear up a lil of the jam of SG SF players while getting a quality back up PF in Patterson. Even though Patterson didn't play much last year he was coming off of an injury he will b fully healthy now, and they get a 2nd round pick. I know they wanted a first for him but I don't see that happening. If someone was going to offer a first he would already be traded.

Westbrook/ Felton
Roberson/ Abrines/ Ferguson/ Diallo
George/ Korver/ TLC/ Nader
Mirotic/ Grant
Adams/ Noel.

15 Aug 2018 13:12:01

OKC get Thad Young & cash from POR

IND get Mo Harkless

POR get Kyle Singler & protected 1st OKC

15 Aug 2018 15:16:33
Indy says no, Thad is the better player in a bigger position of need.

15 Aug 2018 21:01:29
Now way, indy needs a first to do this.

15 Aug 2018 22:29:50
Definitely an overvalue of Harkless. If the first went to Indy it would make more sense. Then again, even if he's overpaid, i don't think Portland would dump Harkless (their only decent SF that can shoot) for Singler, so now I'm talking in circles.

15 Aug 2018 23:03:16
Better player in position of need? I think turner, sabonis, and leaf can play pf position! Not saying this is a good trade though.

16 Aug 2018 13:13:20
Turner’s needed at the 5, Sabonis is a good front court reserve and what did Leaf show last year? They have Bogdanovic and Evans that can play the 3.

17 Aug 2018 02:12:46
Just an FYI, the next 1st round OKC has to offer is in 2024.
Draft picks that far out for trade deals don't carry nearly the sweetening power as something in the next 2-3 years.

14 Aug 2018 03:51:34
Who do y'all think could be a surprise in next years MVP race? Not someone like LeBron, KD, Westbrook, Harden, Davis, Leonard, Giannis. Players like George, DeRozan, Embid, wall, Thompson, etc. Big name known players, that we don't expect to win MVP.

I think George if Roberson returns healthy George could lead in Steals like he did before Roberson got hurt, he could at least average something like 25 pts, 6 assists, 6 rebound, 2.5 steals and 40% from 3 if his averages look something like that and the thunder get 2nd in the West and Westbrook doesn't average a triple double. George might at least be in the conversation. If the thunder are 2nd and Westbrook averages a triple double he would get most attention over George in MVP race to the point I don't think George would be mentioned.

14 Aug 2018 05:48:52
Ben Simmons/ Embiid, Oladipo if the Pacers can finish top 3,

14 Aug 2018 14:00:38
How do people agree with nba16 if original poster puts Embiid. This is not trade rumor, it should be nba talk.

14 Aug 2018 14:05:33
It’s hard to imagine anyone other than the expected guys winning, but if I had to choose one name not on your list, it would be Lilliard. If he can get another top 3 seed in the West and win the scoring crown, it’s a remote possibility.

14 Aug 2018 15:19:50
Oladipo and PG13 could be the surprice candidates indeed.
Embiid is not a surprise, if he can stay healty.
Maybe Jokic (longshot)

And maybe K Love (it's a joke Shizee)

14 Aug 2018 15:20:55
It has to be someone that is a #1 option, so George and Thompson wouldn't be in that.

I agree with rkenne (though I'm biased) that Lillard has an outside shot. If he goes for 30 and 8, and leads Portland to a top 5 NBA record, he could win it.

Ben Simmons wouldn't shock me. If they get the #1 seed in the east and he goes for something like 24/ 8/ 8, that could win it.

Derozan also has a chance. SA seems like they should be pretty good. If they can overtake Houston and get a #2 (or even #1) seed, and he is top 5 in scoring, he could win it.

Perhaps Kyrie as well. If Boston wins the east by 10 games and he's the clearcut #1 option on that team, he could win it.

14 Aug 2018 23:49:20
Its going to be a top tier guy but maybe someone like butler in a contract year (if he doesn’t miss his usual 20 games a yr) and a far shot but maybe Donovan Mitchell goes crazy this year! But my thought is lebron probably already won it.

15 Aug 2018 10:22:41
Kyrie or Derozan.

15 Aug 2018 19:17:48
I think it would be hard for Kyrie with the perception of the East, he’ll probably miss some games at some point, and Boston will have to many other guys that need touches.

14 Aug 2018 02:53:15
Magic-Brooklyn Trade

Magic Recieve-Spencer Dinwiddie

Nets receive-Justin Jackson,2020 okc 1st

14 Aug 2018 05:49:43
Wtf u on, jackson is on kings.

14 Aug 2018 06:46:33
There's another Justin Jackson who came out of Maryland this year.

14 Aug 2018 08:22:54
Oops sorry.

14 Aug 2018 12:35:00
Hhhahhhahahhahhah typical.

14 Aug 2018 13:23:10
Dinwiddie isn't worth a 1st Rd pick, even a late one.

14 Aug 2018 23:55:22
Ugh yes he is worth a (really late 1st) he averaged like 12ppg 6ast and 3rb I think so to me he actually can play most 2nd rd picks are just d league.

13 Aug 2018 01:33:52
NY send: THJ, '20 2nd
Receive: Shumpert (expiring)
Clear cap space and improve this year's pick

Pels send: Ajinca, 1m cash
Receive: Singler
Add some more win shooting from a 4-5 string big.

OKC send: Singler, 2m cash
Receive: Draft rights to a prospect that won't play in the NBA
Cut salary and open a roster spot in anticipation of the buy out market.

Kings send: Shumpert, Draft rights
Receive: THJ, '20 2nd, Ajinca (waive), 3m cash
Get a good young (overpaid) wing who will fit with their core and a 2nd. The 3m will cover most of the Ajinca waive.


12 Aug 2018 01:40:02
Simple Trade -- NBA Trade Machine Approved


Denver gets Nader from OKC

Oklahoma City gets Crowder from Utah

Utah gets Abrines from OKC and Hernangomez from Denver.

OKC stretch Singler and waive him.

12 Aug 2018 18:09:45
Utah says no.

13 Aug 2018 01:41:47
okcfan your name fits the direction of this trade.

10 Aug 2018 02:07:08
Thunder & Nuggets

Okc gets Juan Hernangomez PF

Denver gets Nader SF/ SG and cash considerations

Denver has 5 players at Power Forward,3 at Small Forward and 2 at Shooring Guard

OKC has 4 Shooting Guards, 4 Small Forwards and 2 Power Forwards

This is a small trade that can be mutually beneficial on both teams helping both teams alleviate log jams at certain positions with young and unproven talent that is buried deep on their team's bench this year.

Also just an FYI,
Presti is going to keep that 15th spot open after he waives Singler for most of the season for salary and flexibility reasons unless he finds a deal that he can't refuse

09 Aug 2018 04:41:20
Oklahoma and Denver

Okc gets Juan Hernangomez PF

Denver gets Nader SF/ SG and cash considerations

Denver has 5 players at Power Forward,3 at Small Forward and 2 at Shooring Guard

OKC has 4 Shooting Guards, 4 Small Forwards and 2 Power Forwards

This is a small trade that can be mutually beneficial on both teams helping both teams alleviate log jams at certain positions with young and unproven talent that is buried deep on their team's bench this year.

Also just an FYI,
I'm certain Presti is going to keep that 15th roster spot open (after he waves Singler) to give to Burton later this year after he dominates in the G-league.
He'll be Their golden nugget to their 2018/ 19 roster.
It's a cheap way to add quality and depth for the later run in the season.

08 Aug 2018 05:54:00
At trade deadline
Thunder get Griffin
Pistons get Schroder, Abrines, Patterson, Singler, and a 2nd or 2

Please read the explination before u start replying.
This is just an idea I doubt this trade happens, but say next year Griffin and the Pistons aren't winning u would have to assume they would want to trade him. He is makeing 32 mil next year and it goes up after that. No team wants that kind of contract if that player isn't helping the team win, and let's be honest Griffin is not really a number 1 go to guy he is a good 2 but not a good solo star. If they did try to trade him because of his contract and injury history I would have to assume they would not get a lot of offers. I know this is not a great package but they get a decent young player and give the Pistons the opportunity to move on from Jackson because he has not been working for them. They also free up a large amount of money.

Thunder do this because they can't sign another all star because of their salary situation, but if they did this they would have Westbrook, George, Griffin, and Adams locked up through 2020-21 to build around with minimum contract role players. Plus Griffin returns home to OKC makes for a good story.

Thunder line up
Westbrook/ Felton/?
Roberson/ Ferguson/ Diallo
George/ TLC/ Nader
Griffin/ Grant/?
Adams/ Noel/?
They don't have much depth sign players at the? Spots to fill out the team, and then build a better bench during the off-season.
Again I don't think this will happen but if it did do y'all think this would be a good or bad move for thunder?

08 Aug 2018 07:34:44
Major cap and spacing issues for the Thunder if this goes through. For the Pistons paying two non-shooting PGs a combined 35m/ y is a daunting prospect.

08 Aug 2018 14:08:52
They already have major cap issues this just gives them another all star to help them get closer to the finals and an upgrade at starting PF. Thunder organization has said they are fine spending a lot of money to stay relevant and they would definitely be relevant.
The Pistons could then trade Jackson and move on from him. He is a lil under rated in my opinion u never hear about him, but he just hasn't worked for the Pistons. Last year Schroder averaged more points, assists, rebounds and a better fg%, Schroder is 4 years younger, and his contract is a lil cheaper. Schroder would be a small upgrade over Jackson. And if thunder can move Melos terrible horrific contract I'm sure Pistons can move jacksons bad contract to a team like the magic or sun's that need a pg, and still get something that will help them.

08 Aug 2018 16:34:54
So the Pistons end up with Jackson and Schroeder?

09 Aug 2018 00:20:04
Gets them closer to the finals? Why they still get swept by golden state save that money try again in 3 years when the warriors are dismantled.

11 Aug 2018 05:43:57
I don’t think the thunder would do this they want to run a super star duo like the rockets with a bunch of role players bc that seemed much Moreno effective.

07 Aug 2018 17:03:09
I am a Thunder fan but I'm not an person I know this trade would never happen i was messing around and was surprised when it said the warriors would win 1 more game so I figured I'd share.
Four teams Thunder, Warriors, Wizards, Heat

Thunder add Thompson, Whiteside, Jason Smith
Lose Adams, Roberson, Schroder, Ferguson, and 2 2nd round picks. +6 wins

Warriors add Adams, Morris, Oubre Jr, Ferguson, Wizard protected 1st and thunder 2nd round pick
Lose Thompson, Green. +1 win

Wizards add Green
Lose Morris, Oubre Jr, Smith, protected 1st
+2 wins

Heat add Schroder, Roberson, Thunder 2nd
Lose Whiteside -10 wins

Again i know this trade will never happen I was just messing around on the ESPN trade machine trying to make OKC better. When I did this I figured warriors projected wins would go way down but it actually went up by 1.
The only part of this trade I think could happen even though they get -wins would be Whiteside for Schroder, Roberson and a 2nd just because the heat don't want him in the locker room, and Schroder is decent and could replace dragic as he is getting older, and I don't think they would get much better of an offer for him.
If this crazy trade did happen thunder would have a great big 3 with Westbrook, George, and Thompson even though they lose Roberson and Adams they keep a good defense.

07 Aug 2018 17:38:36
Yeah, the trade machine numbers can't always be trusted. The problem with the trade machine is that it is based on win shares, so you're comparing 4 players to 2.

07 Aug 2018 19:27:13
I said i d i o t not person at the beginning I guess it filtered it or something.

07 Aug 2018 23:52:56
Trade machine had the Sabonis/ oladipo for George trade making the pacers 20+ some games worse i honestly don’t remember the real numbers but it was way wrong.

08 Aug 2018 05:24:37
In all fairness, Oladipo was the most improved player and Sabonis had a break out season. If those two produced at the rate they did the year before, they would have been -20 wins. Trade machine can’t factor in growth.

08 Aug 2018 05:25:13
Madeindade28 I don't think anyone expected them to be as good as they where last year. For once both teams actually won the trade. But yea I know the estimations are way off I just wanted to post this to show how off they can be.

08 Aug 2018 14:16:41
Why would warriors do that?

08 Aug 2018 17:36:12
Why would the Warriors even consider this? The Warriors get worse and make the Thunder better. The only way they trade Klay and Green is if it lands them someone like AD and even that might not make sense for them. They aren’t going to trade those guys for late picks and spare parts. I doubt they would trade one of those guys for that package let alone both. They’re far and away the best team in the league and the gap got bigger this offseason. Someone would have to make a ridiculous offer for them to break that team up.

07 Aug 2018 14:06:54
Memphis and Oklahoma City

OKC sends Adams, Singler, Patterson, and Abrines and a future 2nd Round Pick to Memphis for

Marc Gasol, Garrett Temple, and JaMychel Green.

Temple and Green can net you 16 Million to spend after 2018-19 Season and with Marc Gasol another 24 Million to spend too.

According to the NBA Trade Machine the Memphis adds one more win.

Thunder do not add nor subtract.

07 Aug 2018 14:46:34
Thunder don't do this. They value Adams and need him. unless they get a deal that is just too good to pass up, and this is not that deal. Adams is 25 not quite in his prime but close. They would be getting 3 older players 28 32 33 all close to the end of their prime. And as far as the 16 mil they can spend they can't. Since they are already way over luxury tax limit this would not put them below it and they would not be able to sign more than minimum contracts or their mid level exception. And also this is the last year on Abrines contract, and Singler next year is a team option and they won't accept so they would already be freeing up just over 10 mil to spend without this trade if they could actually spend it.

08 Aug 2018 14:18:20
Both of you off unless okc attaches 1st to dump singler paterson.

07 Aug 2018 01:22:48
Trade deadline possibility if Butler puts TWolves in a bad place and teams don't want to risk assets for half a season of Butler.

Thunder get Butler and Patton
T-Wolves get Schroder, Ferguson, Abrines, and 2 seconds
This trade would work I checked.

T-Wolves get a player that is still kinda young in Schroder that still hasn't reached his best, a good young prospect in Ferguson, a player to knock down 3's and improving at defense in Abrines, and 2 2nd round picks. This trade package is in the same ball park as what pacers got for George Schroder isn't quite oladipo and Ferguson might not be as imediate of a pay off as Sabonis but still has great potential. This is why I also threw in Abrines to make the money match and give them someone who can knock down the 3 and he has an expiring contract, I also added the 2 2nds to make it better. I know y'all are going to say no way they can get more, but everyone said that with George as well. And it depends on how bad of a spot Butler puts them in he could make it bad enough they just don't want to lose him for nothing but teams don't want to take a risk on him if he says he is entering FA.
Thunder do this because they can't make any big signings in FA unless they have bird rights to go over the luxury tax limit since they are already way over. They would have bird rights so they could sign Butler. Butler has said he wants to win and thunder is in a serious win now mode. Once Westbrook and Georges contract is up who knows what will happen and they are creeping closer and closer to older age. Thunder has a good core to build around now and this would give them better shooting and defense and a nice athletic big 3.
If this happened trade Singler for a filler at PG or PF no one good just a backup if absolutely needed. Then sign someone for the other position.

Thunder line up
Westbrook/ Felton/?
Butler/ TLC/ Diallo
George/ Roberson/ Nader
Grant/ Patterson/?
Adams/ Noel/ Patton
This team would make the conference finals.

07 Aug 2018 15:23:03
I would have to think that schroeder and wiggins would be the least efficient, worst shooting, and potentially worst defensive backcourt in the history of the nba. Not even exaggerating there. The wolves would be better letting butler walk than taking on schroeder.

08 Aug 2018 00:03:11
Pretty sure twolves let him walk before that deal nobody wants to pay them bums except okc.

03 Aug 2018 17:02:29
Memphis gets Alex Abrines and Kyle Singler

OKC gets Garrett Temple and Dakari Johnson

Memphis would do well to pair Abrines with Gasol who play on the Spain national team together. Singler needs a change of scenery and is partially guaranteed next season.

Thunder get a great backup 3 who could play closeout minutes and has an expiring deal. Dakari was developing well for the Thunder, comes back, and they still save money.

03 Aug 2018 06:43:01
Thunder get temple TPE
Grizzlies get 2 2nd round picks

Temple is 32 and on his last year of contract Grizzlies replace him with 2 possible young players with potential.
Thunder get a back up SF that can defend and hit the 3. Temple could also mentor one of the younger wings thunder have.

Thunder buyout, stretch, or trade Singler

Westbrook/ Schroder/ Felton
Roberson/ Abrines/ Ferguson/ Diallo
George/ Temple/ TLC/ Nader
Patterson/ Grant
Adams/ Noel.

03 Aug 2018 21:03:45
Grizz just him to help. Why are they trading him?

03 Aug 2018 02:46:13
Thunder lack a solid backup SF and have several young players that can battle for the backup SG position Ferguson, TLC, Diallo so I think they should trade Alex Abrines using the TPE from Melo trade to get a solid SF for the bench. Most of the trades would make the luxury bill go up a lot but Thunder could cut, trade, or stretch Singler to make them cheaper and open a roster spot after the trade.

Thunder get Demarre Carroll
Nets get Abrines, 1 or 2 2nd

Thunder get Marvin Williams
Hornets get Abrines

Thunder get Korver
Cavs get Abrines, 1 or 2 2nd’s

Thunder get Bojan Bogdanovic
Pacers get Abrines, 1 or 2 2nd’s

Thunder get Josh Richardson
Heat get Abrines, 2 2 nd’s

Thunder get Tony Snell
Bucks get Abrines

Thunder get Courtney Lee
Knicks get Abrines, 1 2nd if needed

Thunder get Jonathan Simmons
Magic get Abrines 2 2nd’s

Thunder get CJ Miles
Raptors get Abrines, a 2nd if needed

Thunder get Garrett Temple
Grizzlies get Abrines, a 2nd if needed

Thunder get E'Twaun Moore
Pelicans get Abrines, 1 or 2 2nd’s

Thunder get Jae Crowder
Jazz get Abrines, 2 2nds

At trade deadline if Ariza won't sign with sun's next year
Thunder get Ariza
Suns get Abrines, 1 or 2 seconds

Give me your opinions. Will any of these work?

03 Aug 2018 05:24:03
Can't include a TPE with a player.

03 Aug 2018 06:13:48
Dang I didn't realize that. Well ignore all of those.

02 Aug 2018 02:58:19
NY clearing cap space for '19 Free agency

Kings receive: THJ
NY receive: Shumpert (buyout), '20 & '23 2nds

Sixers receive: Lee
NY receive: Bayless (buyout), '19 top 20 protected 1st (converts to 2 2nds).

Lakers receive: Noah, '21 2nd
NY receive: Deng

OKC receive: Thomas (use Melo TPE)
NY receive: '21 2nd

Have cleared an extra 38m in cap space, can jump to 50m (Deng stretch) or 56m (Deng salary dump)

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