25 May 2020 15:26:25
Knicks: Chris Paul
Thunder: Taj Gibson, Dennis Smith Jr, & 2020 LAC 1st Rounder

Knicks: Victor Oladipo
Pacers: Julius Randle, Kevin Knox, 2020 NYK 1st & 2021 DAL 1st

Pacers: Kendrick Nunn & Kelly Olynk
Heat: Myles Turner

Indiana: Pacers receive an interesting package for 2 of their better players in the past couple seasons. The potential top pick from the Knicks is the highlight though this draft isn't exactly mind blowing. Kendrick Nunn exploded this year as a volume scorer and can absorb many of Oladipo's minutes; he's also on a very reasonable contract. Julius Randle & Domantas Sabonis? Idk either, ideally i can see Randle being another bench spark plug for this team. Olynk can ideally play minutes with Sabonis with their games having opposite styles. Kevin Knox can hopefully show hope with a new squad.

New York: Chris Paul & Victor Oladipo isn't exactly a rebuild. This is the Knicks wanted to become competitive the day of tomorrow. This duo along with RJ Barrett, Mitchell Robinson, maybe Mo Harkless is definitely a playoff team to me. A big part of this trade is the benefit for their young building block RJ would have playing with two amazing professionals and players in Paul & Oladipo. CP3 to Mitchell Robinson lobs would be lethal. Oladipo being on an expiring contract allows the Knicks some flexibility if this move backfires.

Oklahoma City: There is much less pressure in OKC than there is in a place like NYC, this can be great for the revival of Dennis Smith Jr's career. Not having to be the lead guard because SGA is there, DSJ can focus on developing with a good organization. Taj Gibson is a solid big to add to your rotation & can also be used as trade material come next deadline. They add another late first rounder to their collection and shed a ton of money with shipping CP3 off.

Miami: At first I thought the nope no way the Heat move on from Dunn for a non "star" piece then I remember last year's trade deadline rumors of him being in a package for Danilo Galinari and I felt more comfortable. I love this move for Miami. This would move Bam Adebayo over to 4 permanently and add a whole new level to this squad's defense & Turner's 3pt shooting makes up for Bam's lack thereof. Dragic/Robinson/Butler/Bam/Turner with Tyler Herro and Andre Iguadola as your bench wings, a 2020 1st round pick, and a decent amount of cap space puts Miami in an amazing position.

1.) 25 May 2020
25 May 2020 16:24:31
I think that's a fair package for Oladipo and maybe i'm a homer on this one, but i would like to get Barret and the knicks pick offer.

2.) 25 May 2020
25 May 2020 16:46:07
i just feel on a 1 year deal there's no way NYK would give up a top 3 pick in last years draft and then another high pick but then again it is the Knicks.

3.) 25 May 2020
25 May 2020 18:03:59
What happened to the Knicks YOUNG core.

4.) 25 May 2020
25 May 2020 18:38:03
Lol what young core. DSJ, Knox, and randle no thanks. Frank is eh, i like barrett and robinson tho for sure.

5.) 26 May 2020
26 May 2020 01:32:47
That CP3 deal is terrible for OKC, even if they want to get rid of him. DSJ has nil to negative value, Taj is a nothing either and pick 27 isn’t enticing enough.

6.) 26 May 2020
26 May 2020 04:22:57
Expiring contracts and a late first is the best you can get for Paul. It’s that or keep him.

7.) 27 May 2020
27 May 2020 00:52:59
Not to mention the $30 million off the books, if that is considered nothing as well.

8.) 27 May 2020
27 May 2020 20:47:10
pacers are buyers not sellers.