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15 Feb 2018 22:36:33
I want to prefix this with Aaron Gordon is a restricted free agent. So his presumed value is probably more than Philly fans would expect, but less than Orlando fans would have want.

Philly gets Aaron Gordon(s and t)

Orlando gets Saric, the Lakers pick (or Sac top 5 protected reverting to the Philly 2019) and 2 2nds

16 Feb 2018 00:27:25
Not a bad trade.
Gordon is definitely a better player then Saric, but not "enough better" to also include a lottery pick this year in a very strong draft. I think the chemistry with Saric works great in philly. he's 23, on a bargain basement contract, is putting up 15 pts and 7 rebs a game, and is shooting 39% from 3pt. Again, I really like Gordon, but not the move for the sixers.

16 Feb 2018 10:54:36
Agree with Jvoug. Gordon is a good player, but no need for philly to give up Saric and a good draft pick.

16 Feb 2018 15:31:07
I actually think its a bit high of a price but it makes Philly, an up and coming team, even more dangerous. Maybe Orlando gives a bit more but overall i like this trade.

16 Feb 2018 21:24:03
If philly land this years lakers pick the kings pick goes to Boston. As part of the Fultz deal.
Gordon adding a jumpshot has elevated his game and potential so Saric and a lottery pick is fair as Gordon has star potential but even if he does reach it he will still be a quality player and complement Philly core but not sure Orlando will part with him.

13 Feb 2018 07:52:25
76ERS - Pacers

PHI get C. Joseph / T. Young / D. Sabonis

IND get TJ. McConell / R. Covington / D. Saric

13 Feb 2018 08:54:56
nah, we rather keep Sabonis.

13 Feb 2018 13:27:36
I think Philly would pass. Covington is one of the premier 3, McConnell is good back up guardand d players in the league and Saric is a solid young player plus they're all young and under contract for a few more years and they all ready have their starting center and a good back up on Holmes. This just makes them older.

13 Feb 2018 15:43:08
Both teams pass.

08 Feb 2018 03:14:03
Knicks need to undergo full rebuild after Porzingis injury.

Knicks - Patrick McCaw, 2018 1st Round Pick

Warriors - Kyle O'Quinn

Knicks - Jarrett Jack

Wizards - 2020 2nd Round Pick

Knicks - Amir Johnson, Justin Anderson, 2019 1st Round Pick Lottery Protected

76ers - Courtney Lee

Callup Hicks

PG: Ntilikina, Burke, Jackson
SG: Hardaway, McCaw, Dotson, Baker (Injured)
SF: Thomas, McDermott, Anderson
PF: Beasley, Johnson, Hicks, Porzingis (Injured)
C: Kanter, Noah (Not Active)

07 Feb 2018 07:52:32
Philly gets Nance jr., Deng and Clarkson plus two first round picks top 5 protected.there taking Deng but getting Clarkson and Nance plus two picks they can then stretch Deng after season and make play off push.

Lakers gets booker and reddick.Lakers now have about 80mil in cap after season. James and George 29 each first year with player option. Then sign Jordan 22 MIL first year. Can use mle on Williams.

07 Feb 2018 08:01:08
Philly won't do that. The picks would be in 2020 and 2023 (if 2020 pick is unprotected in 2021). That's Not much value. Additionally they don't need Nance. Also Clarkson hasn't much value because of his contract and the because Fultz and McConnell can fill the role Clarkson would have. Philly can get better value in this offseason.

07 Feb 2018 08:16:32
Clarkson can start next to fultz and he is better then both them. or would be valuable off bench. He has two years 25 MIL left that's not bad at all. They can use nance especially if they lose Johnson and booker.

08 Feb 2018 13:46:15
Sixers definitely pass on that.

06 Feb 2018 16:22:21

PHI- Anthony Davis
NO- Markelle Fultz, Dario Saric, Jordan Clarkson, Amir Johnson (exp), Corey Brewer (exp), 2018 LA pick/SAC pick
LAL- Demarcus Cousins

Philly gets a 3rd star to pair with Simmons/Embiid

NO starts their rebuild with Cousins out for the year.

LA gets the rights to Cousins and clears Clarksons cap space to give them a chance at two stars (Cousins as one) this offseason.

06 Feb 2018 17:08:19
NO "starts their rebuild" by giving up two SuperStars for that pile of crap. Yeah sure that's a great trade idea. If you live in Philly or FantasyLand. Everywhere else its laughable.

06 Feb 2018 17:25:32
First, AD makes no sense for Philly, he will never re-sign with them.
2nd, Philly doesn't own the 1st Rd pick LAL/ SAC right now. Maybe they will after the draft lottery.
3rd, why would anyone trade for Cousins? Obviously out for the season and who knows where he wants to play.
Lastly, that really is a pile of crap that NOP get in return.

06 Feb 2018 18:50:12
Yumbo, I'm not sure why he wouldn't resign and he has 4 years left on his contract after this year. Philly wouldn't have to deal with resigning him for a long time. I don't think this offer comes close t doing it though.

05 Feb 2018 23:05:42
76ers get: TT, JR Smith, Zizic and Nets Pick

Cavs get: Redick, Bayless

Cavs get the shooting they need in Redick and is able to dump JRS and TT.
Philly can use TT because they don't have a back up C.

What do you think guys?

05 Feb 2018 23:32:42
So Cleveland is going to trade a top 10 pick for half a season of a role player?

05 Feb 2018 23:40:19
That's awful for the Cavs. Why would they dump Thompson, when they already need another center and with love out would have to start Frye? Also, why try to dump salary for this summer? If Lebron and IT walk, the Cavs will be under the cap, but have limited assets to rebuild with. Even if they would swing a sign and trade for one of them, they could take on a significant amount of money before hitting the luxury tax. This trade doesn't help the Cavs currently or in the future.

06 Feb 2018 00:42:17
I wouldn't trade the nets pick for those guys.

06 Feb 2018 01:36:18
Hell no.

06 Feb 2018 01:41:27
This is why CLE probably doesn't trade the picks unless Love is involved. Most of their players are overpaid, and it will cost the picks just to unload them. I wouldn't want Shumpert, or Thompson. Zizic, Osman are ok value-wise. Frye, and Rose are great for a salary dump, but their contracts are small.

31 Jan 2018 22:12:04
Works on trade machine:

Mavs trade Matthews, Noel, McRoberts
Mavs get Randle, Deng, Bayless, 1st round pick Lakers 2020 (top10 protected), 1st round pick 76ers 2018 (top10 protected)

Lakers trade Randle, Deng, Zubac, 1st round pick 2020 (top10 protected)
Lakers get Noel, A.Johnson, McRoberts (all expiring contracts)

76ers trade A.Johnson, Bayless, 1st round pick 2018 (top10 protected)
76ers get Matthews, Zubac

-> Mavs add Randle + 2 x 1st round picks for taking Deng's and Bayless' contracts

-> Lakers get rid off Deng's horable contract, Noel and/or A.Johnson could remain as rotational players at C

-> 76ers add another shooter in veteran SG Matthews + talented C Zubac. they don't need 2 1st round selections in next years draft

02 Feb 2018 00:48:03
Sixers pass. No reason to do that.

31 Jan 2018 16:46:29
If Pelicans decide to rebuild:

76ers get: A. Davis, Noah, Lance Thomas
Send: TLC, McConnell, Saric, Korkmaz, Redick, Johnson, Booker, 2018 1st rounder, Lakers/Kings pick, 2020 1st rounder, 3 second rounders 2018 and 2019, 2019 swap rights

Knicks get: Cousins, Redick, McConnell, 1 second rounder in 2018 and 2019
Send: Noah, Thomas, Hernangomez, Ntilikina, Lee, 2018 1st rounder

Pelicans get: Booker, Johnson, Lee, Ntilikina, Saric, Korkmaz, Hernangomez, TLC, Knicks and 76ers 2018 1st rounder, Lakers/Kings pick, 2019 swap rights with 76ers, 76ers 2020 1st rounder, 2 2nd rounders in 2018 and 2019 from 76ers
Send: Davis and Cousins

Knicks do it because they unload Noah. Redick comes from the area and would likely resign. Pairing Cousins with Porzingis would be awesome and McConnell is a great back-up and extremely cheap

Pelicans just do it if they think they can't compete for a championship soon. With this offer they get their future pg and some really good and young role players in TLC, Hernangomez and Saric. They also have 4 1st rounders this year in the range 10-20 (don't think Lakers end up in the top 5). They can use Lee, Johnson and Booker to get more picks

31 Jan 2018 17:17:28
The Sixes don't own the the 2018 Lakers pick. The Celtics do. The Sixer's only get it back if it's not 2 thru 5. If they do get it back, the Celtics get the 2019 Kings pick.

31 Jan 2018 17:56:25
@Yumbo: I took that into account. I wrote Lakers/ Kings pick and "They also have 4 1st rounders this year in the range 10-20 (don't think Lakers end up in the top 5)" --> meant with that, that the Pelicans most likely have 4 first rounders this year because the Lakers pick doesn't seem to fall in the range 2-5. But you're right if it does they just have 3 this year but also 2 next year.

31 Jan 2018 19:09:52
knicks would obviously say no. its essentially an expiring for an injured center. They give up solid pieces and this years first and next years first. makes no sense.

reddick is not someone they want, he doesn't not coincide with their timeline. They basically do this to get noah off the books, why not just trade noah with a 1st and sign cousins outright? or noah with nikitilina, and still hold on to the bevy of assets they would be giving out?

31 Jan 2018 19:20:05
Plus, why would NY want Coudins? He's out for the year and a FA after the season.

31 Jan 2018 23:21:25
@Hamburger: you say trade noah with Ntilikina to get him of the books. For me that's exactly the value they have to give up. If not even more. The other things the knicks give, are Hernangomez who didn't play much. So you might get a 2nd rounder. Then you also give your 1st rounder and lee. Therefore you get McConnell who has some value (late first rounder) and Redick + 2nd rounders and Cousins. I think pairing Porzingis with Cousins would be great. And if you have him around you can easier convince him to sign a longterm deal. Also Porzingis wants to win now. With cousins, THJ, Redick you would be way better than now. If nobody signs you are one of only a few teams with cap space. I would do it.

01 Feb 2018 21:18:05
Man just stop. The only thing worse than an AD trade is a lengthy one with all these excuses to justify NOLA trading AD. Lame.

31 Jan 2018 05:39:23

76ers get Lou Williams and Wesley Johnson

Clippers get Jerryd Bayless, Justin Anderson, and 3 2nd rd picks.

30 Jan 2018 18:32:24
IF* the trailblazers decide to blow it up and rebuild from scratch

Trade 1

Trade - Lillard to Suns
Get - Jackson, Chriss, Knight, and 18 1st (could include future picks if needed)

Trade 2

Trade - McCollum to 76ers
Get - Fultz, Saric, Johnson, and 18 1st via Lakers
(could include future picks if needed)

This should let Portland slip to an 8th seed at best and more and likely out of the playoffs

Suns can go after Cousins in FA and form a big 3 (Lillard Booker and Cousins) and fill out a good bench

Suns pick - Porter Jr
Lakers pick - Mikal Bridges
Blazers pick - Diallo

Porter Jr-Saric-Aminu

31 Jan 2018 13:03:23
Not a terrible trade. I'm not sure Phoenix would want to give up Jackson though. Maybe Chriss, knight, Monroe's expiring deal, and Miami's first, along with Toronto's first.

30 Jan 2018 10:46:47
Bayless, Booker, top 12 protected 2018 1st rounder ( if it doesn't convey the 2 best 2nd rounders) for Bender and Monroe

30 Jan 2018 14:47:01
Yeah Phoenix gives up bender along with cap space for 2 second round pics, and 2 scrubs. Man why aren't you a gm.

27 Jan 2018 16:03:04

Suns get Bayless, Booker, Holmes, Lakers/Kings Pick (Pick which doesn't convey to the celtics)

76ers get Bender, Monroe

Philly gets rid of Bayless and gets the perfect back-up for Embiid in Bender

Suns get an additionally pick for the rebuild

27 Jan 2018 16:12:13
Getting rid of Bayless and getting bender isn't worth a lottery pick. Bender still has potential, but he hasn't even been as good as Holmes to this point.

26 Jan 2018 06:29:13
Philadelphia get Wesley Matthews, Salah Mejri

Dallas get jerryd Bayless, and Amir Johnson.
Take this year two 2nd round pick, I want get the more favorable pick between Brooklyn/Cleveland and the more favorable pick between New York/LA Clippers.

25 Jan 2018 19:04:20
Cavs get: Bayless, Holmes, WCS , Hill

Kings get: JRS, TT, Brooklyn pick

76ers get: Carter, Calderon, Rose, Cavs 21 1st

25 Jan 2018 04:14:22
POR: Reddick, Booker, Fultz
2018 1st via LA #'s 1 & 6-30, future 2nd

PHI: Lillard, Harkless, Vonleh

25 Jan 2018 07:07:35
I love this trade, it's a lot of fun. I do think the Blazers may want to keep the guys other than Dame because their both surprisingly young.

How about Dame and Evan Turner
Reddick, Fultz and Bayless (extra year) plus the LAL pick?

25 Jan 2018 08:37:21
That's doable too. POR would probably rather deal Turner I'd imagine than Vonleh, and Harkless. Lillard went on Twitter says he's not going anywhere, but I think he put POR on notice to pull something off, or deal him this summer. I'd do it now though for both teams benefit if that was his ultimatum. POR would be in the Lottery with their own pick, and PHI would be in the playoffs.

24 Jan 2018 06:58:08

76ers get Tyreke Evans and Ben McLemore

Grizzlies get Jerryd Bayless, Justin Anderson, and 2 2nd rd picks.

26 Jan 2018 02:55:43
Yes. That’s a yes.

24 Jan 2018 05:22:54
POR: Reddick, A.Johnson, or T.Booker, Fultz, LAL 1st no.1or 6-30

PHI: Lillard

Might be good next to Simmons. PHI has a better chance of contending before POR can during Lillards prime.

24 Jan 2018 06:24:33
I forgot to add E. Turner to PHI.

24 Jan 2018 16:48:20
First issue with this, is, the Celtics own the LAL Pick, unless it becomes the number one overall pick, then it refers back to Philly. So Philly couldn't offer that until the off season, if they get the pick back.
Second, Evan Turner was in Philly 4 yrs ago. Why would they want him 9r his huge contract.

24 Jan 2018 18:49:53
BOS owns 2-5 on that pick other wise #'s 1 and 6-30 go to PHI. Turner is compensation to POR because Lillard asked for a contender in his prime supposedly. Teams contending have crappy future assets, so with the gamble on how LA finishes I figured salary dump, unknown Fultz, and expiring contracts. Thought PHI could be a contender with Lillard. They have the guys to D-up and hide Lillard's poor D pretty well, while benefitting from his ability to score. It was a reach. Don't see POR being a serious contender for a minimum of 3 years in the West. Just in time for Lillards prime to be over.

23 Jan 2018 06:25:07
Grizz blow it up


Marc Gasol for John Henson, Jabari Parker, 2019 1st rounder (top 10 protected)


Mike Conley for JJ Reddick, the 2019 Sacramento pick, and T. Lu-Cabarrot.

23 Jan 2018 08:54:48
I don't think Milwaukee should trade for an aging player.

26 Jan 2018 02:59:23
Why is MIL giving up a top 10 protected pick for Gasol while Philly gives up an uprotected SAC pick (which they probably won’t own FYI) for Conley? I’d rather have Gasol than Conley for Christ’s sake.

17 Jan 2018 17:55:11

•76ers get Justin Holiday and Cam Payne
(Improves 2nd unit wings)
Pg. Simmons, McConnell, Payne
Sg. Redick, Fultz, Korkmaz
Sf. Covington, Holiday, Luwawu
Pf. Saric, Booker
C. Embiid, Johnson, Holmes

•Bulls get Jerryd Bayless, Justin Anderson, and 2 2nd rd picks.

17 Jan 2018 18:30:47
Mirotic, Lopez, maybe Grant are available for possible deals. 2 second round picks for those guys seems unrealistic for both teams.

17 Jan 2018 21:05:11
Bulls wants 1st not 2nds.

17 Jan 2018 21:08:17
Look up Justin Holiday, he's been playing good and has been a solid 3&D wing.

16 Jan 2018 14:32:23
Philly off-season

Sign George for 1+1 28 million

Sign and trade for Lebron
If Fultz continues to struggle
Fultz, Bayless, Anderson, Korkmaz and TLC
Simmons/ McConnell
Embiid/ Holmes

Fill out the roster with veterans plus the picks they have (their 1st, potentially the Lakers, and their 2nds). That is a roster that has a legitimate shot at the Warriors. They're long, athletic, and they are solid shooters (outside of Simmons and Holmes).

16 Jan 2018 16:25:32
Yep George is going to pass up a multi year deal to sign with a team he has no interest in. And LeBron who even Cleveland believes is leaving will go to Philly. If LeBron was going to go anywhere in the east it would be the Celtics for the simple fact they are the only team close to being loaded with star talent. We all know LeBron doesn't want to have to earn anything.

16 Jan 2018 17:14:11
LeBron, and George are both LA bound. Don't know why its denied by rkenne. I asked him before if he truly believes what he writes. I know now that he is the TMZ guy that he accused me of citing information from. I go by what is there. I don't suffer from team loyalty delusion. It's non-fancy name is lying, and ignoring the evidence.

16 Jan 2018 17:54:11
Jorga, how many players have we heard about to the Lakers in the past 10 years. Derozan was a sure thing, Aldridge was a sure thing, Lebron last time etc. and the only players they've landed were Deng and Mozgov. Again, I'm not saying it isn't going to happen, but with how bad the Lakers are and Lebron clearly putting winning over everything, I don't think it's likely and George isn't going alone. If he could convince George to come with him, the 76ers are infinitely better option. The 3 some of Covington, Embiid, and Simmons is far better than Ball, Ingram, and Kuzma. Plus, the 76ers have all of their future picks and a lottery pick and would only be a few veterans away from having a really good bench. Going to the Sixers gives him an immediate and long term chance at winning champions. The Lakers might give him a chance in the future, but even with George, they will struggle to get past the 2nd round in the West.

16 Jan 2018 18:18:52
I really like that Philly team.
I think PG13 would like to win a title and he could do that in Philly.
He would have never left Indy, if we had a chance doing that.

16 Jan 2018 18:54:48
Uh huh.

16 Jan 2018 19:02:16
Paul George has come as close as you can to outright saying trade me to the Lakers. NBA players are careful with their words. George has mentioned his desire to go home on several occasions. That means nothing I guess.

16 Jan 2018 19:11:26
You’re right, it means almost nothing. Aldridge said he wanted to stay in Portland and be the best blazer ever. I could probably find 100 other examples of stuff like that. Words are meaningless until there’s gravity behind them.

Also, how is that Phili team not loaded with stars? A starting lineup of Simmons, Covington, George, Lebron, and Embiid would be great (provided Embiid could finally become an every day healthy player) .

16 Jan 2018 20:27:44
PG13 would have a better chance to win a title in Philly vs L. A. I think the Lakers shot themselves in the foot with the circus that is known as the Ball family.

16 Jan 2018 22:00:39
That was the point B. Miller, George hasn't been out right I'm going to the Lakers. That's exactly what I wrote. Like Aldridge outright said I'm staying. Do you think Spurs would have been able to be as good in a trade giving up assets for Aldridge, or signing him after his deal expired? Where is Aldridge from? Texas, I think. I have no opinion on Philly, have heard of nothing involving them. Maybe, maybe not. No subtle words used to describe home as Philly from what I know. Like how you single me out. Thanks.

17 Jan 2018 05:17:12
Personally, I think PG13 will sign for more years and money with somewhere he wants to play.

LBJ to Philly is interesting though. I could see Cleveland having interest in Fultz if he comes back and shows potential in the last 30 games, and with Simmons ability to play the point, and LBJ flexible between the 1, 3 and 4, everyone would work in well together.

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