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18 Jul 2017 19:10:48
The 76ers get Crabbe and Toronto 2018 pick via Brooklyn

The Pistons get Harkless, Nurkic, 2018 Portland 1st and 2 2nds from Philly

The Trail Blazers get Drummond

The Nets get Okafor and Leonard

The 76ers get rid of Okafor for a 1st and a sg who could provide depth this year and take over for Reddick next year

The Pistons get to retool. Harkless and Nurkic are both solid young players and they get a few picks to play with.

The Nets get 2 solid young players for what will likely be a late first. They get to buy fairly low on two players that have some potential.

18 Jul 2017 19:52:54
The Trailblazers shed salary and get a big who could turn into a legitimate 3rd allstar and defensive anchore for them.

18 Jul 2017 20:12:36
Portland is way too high on Nurkic to come anywhere near that. I think Portland values him as high (or higher) than Detroit values Drummond.

18 Jul 2017 20:25:55
Two issues here, first, the sixers aren't getting rid of okafor and snagging both a 1st round pick and crabbe, who is an actual quality SG, albeit on an expensive contract.

Second, did you really just say drummond will be the defensive anchor for the blazers?

While with Portland, Nurkik was incredibly positive on both ends of the court. Seriously. his on/ off with Portland was incredible.

Drummond? His team was offensively a bit better with him off the court. however, defensively, Drummond was literally the worst center in the league. While on, Opponents had an offensive rating of 111, when off, 101. Seriously. hysterical. defensive anchor. what a nut.

19 Jul 2017 00:05:38
Drummond is a bad defender but unlike someone like Okafor I think he has the physical tools to be a good and borderline great defender. Although he is still quite young at only 23 he has spent 5 years in the NBA and hasn't really improved on the defensive end at all. That is alarming and likely due to his "lack of motivation" which caused him to slide to #9 in the draft but could also be due in part to coaching.

I was a fan of Portland getting him before they got Nurkic but after they got him and he played well for them I doubt they take the risk going after Drummond. I believe Drummond has a higher upside than Nurkic. One thing that could factor in however, is that Nurkic is in the final year of his contract and with Portland already in the luxury they may prefer a deal like this that would allow them to shed some salary for the future (as opposed to keeping Crabbe, Leonard and Harkless then having to give 15 mill+ to Nurkic in RFA) .

19 Jul 2017 14:12:44
Depending on what you look at, he has mixed reviews defensively. Looking up his real plus minus on defense, it has him at 29, but fox sports defensive ratings have him as the 4th overall defender (their ratings favor big men) . The truth is probably somewhere in between. He has the size, athleticism and raw abilities to be monster on the defensive end. He's a solid help defender, shot blocker, and defensive rebounder. If he can improve perimeter/ post defense he could be really good and he has the size, strength, and athleticism to do it. He has more upside than Nurkic.

14 Jul 2017 03:09:58
Knicks/ Sixers:

To NYK - Luwawu-Cabarott

To PHI - Lee, 2018 2nd

Knicks get younger and clear cap space. Tim doesn't look like a star, but has rotation potential.

Sixers have added shooting with Redick, but he doesn't bring any D. Lee gives them a 3 and D guy they lack. They have cap space for him, and he gives them a fall back plan should Redick leave next year. Sixers already getting one of the Knicks/ Clips 2nd's from NY, they pick up the other one to use as future trade bait.

13 Jul 2017 07:24:33
The Cavs get Melo, Leonard, Aminu, Covington and Mcconell

The Knicks get Turner, Crabbe, Stauskas, Holmes, a second from the Cavs, 2 seconds from Philly, and a second from Portland

Philly gets Love

Portland gets Noah, Shumpert (exp), Fry(exp), Jefferson(exp), and a roughly 20 Million dollar trade exception.

13 Jul 2017 13:08:38
Portland get screwed. Send love and Noah same place to balance trade.

13 Jul 2017 14:28:37
Knicks pass. Clearly.

13 Jul 2017 15:38:52
Awesome deal for the Knicks, who dump a lot of dead weight and get back some legit players. Cavs get screwed over, though. I thought this Love-for-Anthony thing was a dead mackerel.

13 Jul 2017 16:41:01
Supercollider, I don't like the idea of the Cavs trading Love for Melo, but if they could end up rebuilding their bench in the process, it might be worth it.

Hamburger, you would say that unless the Knicks ended up with Anthony Davis, Lebron, and Westbrook for Melo. Try get a real player for Noah, they get Crabbe who has improved every year and is one of the better shooters in the nba, they get Holmes and Staukus who have some upside and a few 2nds. It's definitely better than a buyou for them.

Shizzee75, Portland is in desperate need of dumping cap space. Turner, Crabbe, and Leonard are all on bad contracts. In this trade they dump all of those just for giving up Aminu and taking on the dead weight of Noah's contract.

13 Jul 2017 19:28:08
Funny how Supercollider continues to bash Melo, but two of the five best teams in the NBA are doing their best to get him in a deal. Guess he's worthless, eh Super.

13 Jul 2017 21:33:12
No I say it because they get role players in terrible contracts. No sakary relief and marginal talent is a negative. They are better holding onto anthony. Keep quiet.

14 Jul 2017 02:57:35
100% agree Hamburger, would rather hold onto Anthony for another year than take on a couple bad contracts and 2nd's. Chances are he probably walks at the end of the year anyways if he gets a chance to play with his buddies, which along with stretching Noah then would open up a bunch of cap space.

12 Jul 2017 15:50:58

Sixers get:Portis
Bulls get:Okafor,Stauskas,2nd rd pk

Bulls get hometown kid in Okafor. Maybe backing up Lopez on a rebuilding team would allow for more minutes then in philly. Bulls already have Mirotic and Markkenan at the pf, portis will be better off in pbilly switching of with Saric as the pf. Stauskas could add some much needed 3pt shooting to the bulls depleted backcourt. Both stauskas,24, and Okafor,21, are still young enough to develop with added pt.

12 Jul 2017 17:30:29
Mirotic hasn't re-signed.

12 Jul 2017 18:15:59
Portis is considered far better than okafor. And just because stauskas shoots a lot of threes, doesn't mean he has value. Dude is a below average 3 pt shooter. doesn't seem at all worthwhile for the bulls. Especially given portis is only 22 and shows such promise.

A rebuilding team doesn't give away an A prospect for a B- and a D prospect. Best bet for them is to hold onto their best prospects, aka, portis.

09 Jul 2017 11:19:08
3 more trades and 1 free agent signing the Pistons can do to get better

Pistons get:
PG J. Nelson
SF M. Miller
'18 2nd round pick (POR or SAC pick)
'20 2nd round pick (DEN pick: UP)

Nuggets get:
PG R. Jackson

Pistons get cheaper and add 2 future draft picks and add 2 veterans who can lead the Pistons with the younger players. Plus Nelson, played under SVG.

Nuggets get a PG who can play better then what they currently have and help them get better.

Pistons get:
PF N. Bjelica
'18 1st round pick (MIN: Top 10 protected)

Wolves get:
SG M. Gbinije
PF J. Leuer

Pistons get cheaper in this contract and add a 1st round pick next year which based on the recent signings for the Wolves, theyd moat likely be picking in the late teens.

Wolves add a young guard who if they choose to keep but if not just waive him. Plus they add Leuer who can help the Wolves and is even from Minnesota.

Pistons get:
SG N. Stauskas
C J. Okafor

76ers get:
SG K. Pope
'18 1st round pick (DET: Right to swap)

Pistons add depth with Stauskas who can help in the 3 point shooting area and Okafor who can move to PF and form a good duo with Drummond in the front court. He can even potentially replace Drummond if they choose to trade him.

76ers add Pope who was recently linked to the 76ers and form a good young lineup of (Fultz-Pope-Covington/Saric-Simmons-Embiid) and help in the long run for the team and the pick they get is a right to swap with the Pistons pick and 76ers pick and if they choose not to swap then, the rights would be extinguished.

(Free Agent)
SG James Young
4 years $10,000,000
Yr 1) $1,000,000...100% guaranteed
Yr 2) $2,000,000...50% guaranteed
Yr 3) $3,000,000...0% guaranteed
Yr 4) $4,000,000...0% guaranteed

Yrs 3 would then become 50% guaranteed if the Pistons give Young the 2nd year as 100% guaranteed. But Young can opt out after yr 2 depending on playing time levels.

Young adds athleticism and just hasn't shown it much but going to the Pistons can hell him ease into it as he is from Detroit.


PG: A. Bradley - I. Smith - J. Nelson
SG: L. Kennard - L. Galloway - N. Stauskas
SF: T. Harris - S. Johnson - M. Miller/J. Young
PF: J. Okafor - N. Bjelica - H. Ellenson
C: A. Drummond - B. Marjanovic - E. Moreland

Bradley moves to PG while Okafor also moves to PF. If they want to give Kennard playing time then this is what they do but if they choose to not to then Bradley goes to SG while Galloway to PG with Smith starting

09 Jul 2017 12:12:41
Minnesota's 2018 1st goes to Atlanta and they don't have the cap space to do that.

09 Jul 2017 14:07:15
If your a Pistons fan I'm sure you know how bad Jackson was this past season. I don't think Pistons can get rid of him that easily even to a pg needy team like Nuggets. Do Nuggets even have enough cap space to take on his big contract after Millsap signing?

In 2nd trade nothing Pistons are giving up is remotely worth a 1st rounder. Leuer isn't that good and has a decently sized contract that I think Pistons would have to give up assets to move.

In 3rd trade I'm assuming 76ers have enough cap space to sign Pope outright (otherwise they likely wouldn't even be able to do the trade since Stauskas and Okafor don't make that much) so swap rights for the two is pretty bad value. Okafor would make a crappy pf next to Drummond especially in today's nba.

09 Jul 2017 14:21:44
The 1st trade doesn't work. The Nuggets take on to much salary and I doubt there is much interest in Jackson around the league.

The Timberwolves need to give up about 8 million more to make the salaries work in the trade and they already have two solid pfs. I don't see why they would want to give up a 1st for Leuer.

Detroit waived the rights to Caldwell Pope. They can't even sign and trade him.

Okafor at pf would be a disaster. He isn't atheltic enough to guard other centers. He would get torched at pf and I doubt Bradley can be an effective starting pg. He isn't a great ball handler or passer. He's at his best playing off the ball spreading the floor.

08 Jul 2017 14:17:34

Sixers get:least favorable of Twolves/Clippers protected 2018 1st via Hawks

Hawks get: Okafor, Stauskas.

Okafor is 21 and stauskas is 23. Both young guys in positions of need for Atlanta. With Howard gone, the only center is plumlee. With THJ signing a ridiculous contract with NY, a sg is also needed. Both in last guranteed year of contracts. Okafor makes 4.8 and stauskas 3.7. Worth a one year trial for hawks where they both could see considerable increase in playing time and production. Sixers get a late protected 1st in return.

08 Jul 2017 14:51:37
I think the sixers see higher value in the 2 players and won't accept. Stauskas is a good 2nd/ 3rd sg and Okafor gets some time to develop behind Embiid and Holmes. Both could get really good bench players. Sixers might accept it if you take out stauskas.

06 Jul 2017 12:36:36

- keep Pasecniks, Bolden and Lessort oversea to give them playing time to develop
- sign Ilyasova 2y 25m

14 player
- bring Ilyasova back who was a good veteran fit in Philly
- let Covington start at SG to give starting 5 better defense, but play him also his natural position SF
- bring Holmes as 3rd option on either PF and C

06 Jul 2017 13:07:47
All reasonable.

06 Jul 2017 13:46:40
I think you forgot about Amir Johnson.

06 Jul 2017 14:18:19
AJ620 is right, they don't need to really sign anyone else. They should save their money they have signed Amir Johnson who will be their primary backup 4. I know 76ers fans don't want to hear this but I think it is worth them being as one more year because the top prospect in this upcoming draft is an amazing SG, which is the only real hole in their lineup right now. If they are able to get a decent pick they could look to package it with a future pick or someone like Okafor who is not in the 76ers future plans and then look to draft someone like Boldon to replace him with one of their later first round picks. But the 76ers are just missing that one more piece and they will the process will finally be compleated.

06 Jul 2017 17:03:32
Ilyasova wouldn't be a bad pickup since shooting especially from the 4 position is always dangerous and 76ers can use spacing. If I was 76ers I'd be trying to deal with the Celtics to get Bradley or maybe even Crowder. Give up Covington/ Holmes and a future 1st or something could do it as both are cheap options that could still be contributors in Celtics rotation.

05 Jul 2017 21:53:47
Boston - Philadelphia

76ers receive Crowder
Celtics receive Holmes, Oklahoma City 1st

05 Jul 2017 23:12:28
Done deal.
Get the paperwork done.

05 Jul 2017 23:19:05
Magic got OKCs 2020 pick now.

06 Jul 2017 00:49:51
Like it.

05 Jul 2017 10:12:54
Nets: Okafor+ D Carroll

Philly: Nickolson+ 1rnd pick Tor 2018

Tor: N Stauskas+ Booker

05 Jul 2017 01:55:39
Congrats to Celtics on signing Hayward. It does come with some casualties though in order to clear the approx 30mill in cap space....
As per ESPN Celts must
1. Let Olynyk go as ufa
2. Not resign Jerebeko, Green, Young
3. Waive or trade Mickey and Jackson
4. Trade either Smart, Rozier, or Crowder.

Thats a lot of bench guys that have to be let go(actually only Olynyk was a key guy). And I think Crowder is the odd man out with Hayward, Tatum, and Brown all key wing contributors.
So heres the trade

Sixers get: Crowder
Celtics get: 2 most favorable 2nd rd picks in the sixers vault, one in 2018, one in 2019.

I believe picks are all the Celtics can recieve on order to cut the needed salary.
Crowder adds depth to the wing and toughness to the young sixers.

05 Jul 2017 20:58:23
With Bradley, Smart and IT all due extensions next offseason I think its more likely Smart or Bradley get dealt than Crowder who is still on one of the biggest bargain contracts in the league. Bradley is the better fit but he'll likely command over 20 mill per year in unrestricted FA so there is risk of him not coming back and Celtics having to go deep into luxury. Although the wing is crowded I think they can find the minutes for Hayward, Tatum, Brown and Crowder between the 2, 3 and 4 spots.

I think Crowder as a gritty, versatile and very cheap starting caliber player would be worth more than 2 2nd rounders. I think Celtics will have plenty of suitors since every team could use a guy like Crowder and ultimately will get better offers. If I was 76ers I'd be trying to snag Bradley who would be a great fit as a 3 and D guard who they could afford to pay with guys like Reddick coming off the books after next year.

05 Jul 2017 21:07:52
Crowder will go in a deal with a draft choice for a quality big. If you believe a couple of throwaway 2nd-rounders will get him to Philly, you're quite mistaken.
Let's talk Holmes.

06 Jul 2017 01:55:26
I don't think they want to let AB go. They'll make a deal for a big C and if they don't get to the finals then I think they'll let IT walk and invest in Bradley and get a PG. Gasol is the name coming up for the C but to be honest he's not a big rebounder, he'll be a body in the paint though. If Horford will commit to the 5 then Boston, Cavs, and Knicks should talk and Cavs get Melo, Boston gets Love, and Knicks get Crowder with Cavs and Boston giving a pick to the Knicks.

06 Jul 2017 04:51:03
Your crazy if you think the Celtics can only get 2 second round picks for Crowder.

06 Jul 2017 05:40:42
Billj, the Cavs don't need the Celtics to get Melo and why would the Cavs give up Love and a pick for Melo. Love has more value than Melo.

04 Jul 2017 04:10:46

PHI get Ryan Anderson

BKN get Nik Stauskas , Jerryd Bayless & future 1st from HOU

HOU get 2nd round pick PHI , Richaun Holmes & Joe Harris

HOU cap relief , BKN get pick while PHI stabilize team with another vet shooter


Pg Fultz/McConnell
Sg Reddick/Covington
Sf Simmons/TLC/Anderson
Pf Anderson/Saric
Ce Embiid/Okafor

04 Jul 2017 04:28:31
The 76ers turn that down.

04 Jul 2017 11:38:13
Why would the sixers do this? Makes zero sense. Stauskas and bayless only have this upcoming year guaranteed. And holmes makes lrss then 2 mill. Why take Andersons 3 uears at 20 mill per? there's a reason they signed vets to one year deals in free agency. To save cap room for the young guys who will jeed to get paid in 2 years. This trade is the solar opposite of everything the sixers are working towards.

02 Jul 2017 16:13:23

Sixers off to a very good start of the off season.

1. Drafted Fultz
2. Brought Korkmaz over
3. Signed Redick(one year deal is awesome, had cap to burn and weren't getting any superstar fa's. Great move).
4. Signed vet pf(would have preferred patterson, but Amir johnson on a one year deal is fine).
5. Let Henderson and Rodriguez go. Actually got a 2nd rounder for Long(who i suggested they just cut).
6. Used later picks for Euro stashes.
Hmmm. Thus list looks familiar.

Anyway, still need to try and unload Okafor. How about...

Sixers get: Twolves 2018 #1 (protected 1-14) via Hawks.
Hawks get: Okafor, Knicks 2018 #2.

02 Jul 2017 17:07:28
They almost did a sign and trade for Amir Johnson to dump Okafor. I assumed they could get a protected 1st out of him, but I'm starting to think a few seconds or a Euro stash might be more realistic.

02 Jul 2017 17:30:37
rkenne16: I've heard conflicting reports with the possible sign and trade for Amir Johnson. Some reports called it a straigjt up deal, others had a late future 1st from Bostons stash involved. Eother way, it didn't happen.

02 Jul 2017 18:53:27
Nobody wants okay or. He has no trade value, they tried to give him away and couldn't get read of him.

03 Jul 2017 00:58:00
Still a lotto team Simmons and embiid will probably play combined 42 games fultz is another guy from a loser team like Simmons and okafor is a joke, philly is a joke.

03 Jul 2017 01:32:38
Jvoug1 you used the right word in your proposal, "unload". Other team's decision makers value Okafor the same as you. as an "unload". Why would anybody give a 1st rd. pick for an "unload" or reject from another team that won 28 games?

03 Jul 2017 01:52:41
Madeindade, Philly is putting together a nice team and if healthy will have a solid chance to make the playoffs. Without Simmons, Fultz, and Reddick, when Embiid was healthy they looked like a team that had a shot to make the playoffs. Obviously, the team is super young and things could go either way, but the future looks bright.

03 Jul 2017 04:43:23
Johnson can start on this team if Embiid goes down. Also reddick can carry the offense when things slow down a little in the half court. This could be a scary team if they stay healthy.

02 Jul 2017 07:16:18

Boston: Vucevic and Hezonja

Orlando: Bradley, Rozier, Mickey, & future 1st from Philly (either 2018 LAL or 2019 Philly/Sac)

Boston signs Heyward

Boston gets a starting 5, moves Horford to natural 4, and gets a talented wing.

Orlando gets an upgrade in backcourt, couple of cheap young players, and a decent 1st round pick to help with the rebuild.

02 Jul 2017 15:44:50
Hahaha ok magic fan.

02 Jul 2017 15:51:40
At best it would be Bradley, Mickey and a Boston 1st and possible filler if Boston can land Heyward.

29 Jun 2017 04:29:11
Rockets: Holmes, Covington
76ers: Gordon

Rockets clear over 10 mill of cap space while getting two solid role players on dirt cheap contracts to help them rebuild their rotation. They are still young enough to possibly incorporate in a deal to try and get George but I don't see Rockets having what it takes to entice Pacers (should probably just try to work something around Anderson for Millsap)

76ers get a needed upgrade at shooting guard with a deadly shooter who is on a very reasonable contract for next 3 years.

29 Jun 2017 13:21:34
GOrdan isn't an upgrade over covington when you factor in things besides scoring.

29 Jun 2017 14:20:11
Doesnt make sense for sixers. Holmes is a high energy bigman who backs up Embiid nicely. Covington is the best wing defender on the team, by far. and both are young guys. Why give up 2 solid pieces of your rotation for Gordon? sixers got the cap space, just sign Redick.

28 Jun 2017 23:31:49
Philly gets Austin Rivers
***Shooter, scorer to come off bench and space floor. They have the cap room and could still chase Iguodala if they so choose.

Nets get Wesley Johnson, Kyle Singler, Jahlil Okafor, OKC first rounder
***Nets (for the first time in a long time) will have some cap space to work with. However, they are an odd roster and don't have much to work with. They essentially are forgoing their cap room this season for a future first. Adds future talent while setting themselves up better for a season or two later.

Clips get Enes Kanter
***Kanter is at his best when he can have the ball in the post and be hidden on defense next to a premier 5. Clips can give him both. They need offense off the bench and they have Jordan to hide Kanter on D. They aren't giving up a ton to do so.

Thunder get Jeremy Lin
***Thunder need to get better (very) quickly or they risk losing Westbrook. Making this deal loses them a pick, but they get two great options in exchange. They can fill the void of backup point with Lin, or they can stretch/amnesty him for cap room. They cut about $9.5M in salary even if they keep him. If they cut him, that jumps to about $20M (adding to the rest of the cap space). That would allow them to chase Hayward, Griffin, fill in the blank. OR they could look at adding multiple pieces. Maybe they try to go get Ibaka and Green to play with Russ again? This puts them in a great position to get better.

28 Jun 2017 23:49:25
Reports have been saying Doc refuses to move (or coach hard) his son and that's why Paul wanted out. I don't see them moving him for an over paid, limited pf.

29 Jun 2017 04:55:29
Clips would never do this trade. Austin is the starting sg now. Also, the truth came out about that rumor, cp actually asked for Austin to start and he declined. Only way clips do this trade is if they get okafor and one more.

28 Jun 2017 03:44:33
76ers Get: Mike Dunleavy, 2019 Cavs 1st

Hawks Get: Jahlil Okafor

Philadelphia get a great veteran who shot 43.8% from 3 during his tenure with Atlanta. Okafor has minimal trade value and Atlanta should gamble on him as they embrace their rebuild.

28 Jun 2017 06:32:51
Great move for Hawks to add young talent. Not sure its enough to convince 76ers maybe add Bellinelli too who Hawks don't really have a need for as they'll likely tank.

29 Jun 2017 00:46:19
then how about.

Bellinelli, Dunleavey, Cavs 1st


Okafor, Stauskis.

27 Jun 2017 07:16:17

ATL get Nik Stauskas

PHI get Marco Bellineli

surely PHI might use the shooting of Marco with their current line up

27 Jun 2017 07:41:25
Sorry, add 2nd rounder to Hawks.

27 Jun 2017 09:03:25
I think it makes sense for both sides. ATL gets younger and Philly gets a solid starting caliber sg that can stretch the floor.

27 Jun 2017 17:39:43
This works for both teams.

26 Jun 2017 00:32:18
76ers Offseason

JJ Reddick 4 yr 60 mill
Andre Igoudala 3 yr 42 mill

Trade Jhalil Okafor and Gerald Henderson to Memphis for Tony Allen

2018/18 Lineup

Markelle Fultz/Jerrd Bayless
JJ Reddick/Tony Allen
Robert Covinghton/Andre Igoudala
Ben Simmons/Dario Saric
Joel Embiid/Richard Holmes

26 Jun 2017 02:17:30
Tony Allen is a free agent.

26 Jun 2017 02:20:24
I wouldn't give Reddick 4 years especially if giving Iguodala 3 as well but I like the two signings. Ideally they sign them to about 2 years (give them more money tho) .

26 Jun 2017 04:06:44
Tony allen is a FA no need to give up assets for him.

25 Jun 2017 20:32:10
76ers very simple off season

1. Bring over Korkmaz
2. Sign JJ Redick, 2yr $39m
3. Sign Patrick Patterson, 2yr $18m
4. Cut ties with Henderson, Splitter, Rodriguez,Long,Poythress
5. Keep all 3 draft and stash picks overseas for atleast 2 more years.

C: Embiid,Holmes,Okafor

Sometime before Feb trade deadline find a home for Okafor. Maybe being healthy he can produce well in the minutes he gets and increase his trade value(cant get any lower then it is now).
Vegas has the Sixers making the playoffs next year. I think if they stay healthy, its a good chance they get the 6-8 seed. And being so young, that's a great place to be.

25 Jun 2017 21:34:54
I think Patterson will get more money and look for an opportunity to get playing time, not be a 3rd stringer.

25 Jun 2017 21:57:39
Carl006: alrhough i listed him as the third pf, the roster is very fluid and one "unit" never replaces another at one time. Not talkin hockey here. I think Patterson will get a decent amount of pt, and maybe a few mill more.

25 Jun 2017 16:30:25

i don't think they can trade green and aldrigde.

TRADE anderson/ forbes and rookie white to philly, spurs got okafor

gasol- just 7m/ yr for 2 yrs
simmons 4m/ yr for 2yrs 2nd yr plyr opt
ginobili vet min one yr
sign hanga- rookie contract

hill 16m/ yr 4yrs last yr plyr opt
gibson 10m/ yr 2yrs
jeff green and terrence jones vet min. getting a chance to have a good career like lee and dedmon does last season and also have a big chance to for a ring

PG. hill/ murray/ parker
SG. green/ simmons/ ginobili
SF. leonard/ green/ hanga
PF. adrigde/ gibson/ bertans
C. okafor/ gasol/ jones

strong starting line up very solid bench to rest the star they only need is to stay healthy for chasing a ring.

25 Jun 2017 16:58:03
Okafor might salvage his career under pop.

25 Jun 2017 18:27:52
I like trading for Okafor. His value will never be that low. Maybe the 2018 1st top 25 protected and 2019 top 20 should be a better value than 2 bench players you need.

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