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28 Sep 2021 05:30:05
Spurs - Kings

Spurs get: Buddy Hield

Kings get: Thaddeus Young, Lonnie Walker IV.

Warlock

1.) 28 Sep 2021 05:56:23
Spurs look to be rebuilding. I think they prefer giving minutes to Vassell White Walker and Primo.


2.) 28 Sep 2021 12:01:08
Spurs have been re-building. They are ready to be competitive. Hield is only 27 and has only been in the league 5 years. He would be a great 6th man as he was the 2nd best 3 point shooter in the league last year. 3 point shooting is one of the Spurs weaknesses. He would be an upgrade without breaking the bank.

I think they might be ready to move on from Walker IV for several reasons, 1. He has shown promise but is still inconsistent. 2. He is due for a rookie extension that has not yet happened. 3. They just drafted his possible replacement in Josh Primo.

The Kings are the team that might balk at this deal, although they are rummored to be wanting to move Hield, I think they are hoping for more. They are a strong contender for Simmons so they might be saving Hield for bigger fish.


3.) 28 Sep 2021 13:37:19
Spurs not ready to be competitive my guy have another look at their roster.


4.) 28 Sep 2021 14:09:12
Spurs need a full-rebuild imo. Pop would never allow that though. I think they should either let him walk or trade him like how the Celtics traded Doc Rivers years ago. Then, hit the reset button.


5.) 28 Sep 2021 18:06:02
If Dejounte Murray is your best player, you’re not ready to compete.


 

 

27 Sep 2021 00:51:56
Spurs - Mavericks

Spurs get, Krisptaps Porzingis

Mavs get, Thaddeus Young, Al-Faruq Aminu, Lonnie Walker IV, future 2nd.

Warlock

1.) 27 Sep 2021 02:30:28
I actually like it. Good trade.


 

 

26 Sep 2021 18:35:01
Spurs - Suns - Thunder

Spurs get: Jalen Smith, future 1st from Suns

Suns get: Thaddeus Young, Drew Eubanks, Kit Kreci (from Thunder)

Thunder get: Dario Saric, future 2nd from Spurs

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20 Sep 2021 05:24:11
Kings - Spurs - Sixers

Kings get: Ben Simmons

Spurs get: Buddy Hield

Sixers get: Marvin Bagley III, Thaddeus Young, Lonnie Walker IV, 1st from Kings, 2nd from Spurs

Warlock

1.) 20 Sep 2021 06:40:54
Sixers would want Hield, they don’t need more forwards.


2.) 20 Sep 2021 11:19:36
No from Spurs.


3.) 20 Sep 2021 12:21:47
Actually, Philly doesn't have a PF on their roster if you count Harris as a SF, so they could use both of these PFs.

As far as the Spurs, they could use Hield as a 6th man. He is an upgrade to their roster without breaking the bank. They don't need Young. This deal gives them a path to a 15 player roster.

How about this modification

Kings get Simmons, Walker IV
Spurs get Hield
Sixers get Bagley III, Young, Haliburton

No picks to Phily. Sixers get two starters in Bagley II, and Haliburton along with a strong Backup PF on an expiring deal. Kings get Simmons and a sixth man in Walker IV. They lose a valuable PG, but they have three good ones already. Spurs upgrade their roster and get a huge boost to their biggest offensive problem (three point shooting) .


4.) 20 Sep 2021 15:23:01
Philly has Harris Reed Niang that will all be playing SF. They’re not trading Simmons for that.


5.) 20 Sep 2021 15:31:53
I think Philly is more interested in Hield than San Antonio.

Sacramento is not trading Halliburton for Simmons.

Who becomes Philly's ball handler and playmaker after the departure of Simmons? Curry, Maxey, Hield and Green can not breakdown a defense on their own.


6.) 20 Sep 2021 16:48:33
Ball handling for the Sixers is why I modified the deal to include Haliburton. I know that Sacramento is very high on Haliburton, but if ownership really wants Simmons, I think they will give up Haliburton. They have Fox at PG and just drafted Davian Mitchell so Haliburton is somewhat redundant. The addition of Walker IV would help offset the loss of Hield. They have been rumored to want to move Hield, so this would not be off the table. Obviously, Simmons would be the star of the deal and an upgrade over Bagley III.

Spurs are going to make a deal for Young before the season starts. Who knows who they are targeting, but Hield is as good a guess as any. He would be an upgrade over Walker IV and was the 2nd best three point shooter in the league last year. He would transform the Spurs into a modern NBA team even though he would probably be 6th man.

Philly might want more for Simmons, but this is a good return and gives them 3 guys who would play meaningful minutes, probably two starters and Young off the bench. Philly is in win now mode and I think they would prefer help right away to future draft picks. Haliburton is ready to start at PG whereas Maxey would be a good backup PG.

I think this is a win for all three teams, but if one of the teams demands more, I wouldn't hesitate to throw in a 2nd round pick or two to make everyone happy.


7.) 20 Sep 2021 17:36:34
Halliburton appears redundant to you because you see him as a PG when he is filling more of a "3 and D" role with Sacramento. Kings cannot afford to give up ANY defensive players. And to be honest, I think the Kings are higher on Halliburton than Simmons.

Now if SA was including Murray over Young, I think this would have more believability.


8.) 20 Sep 2021 18:39:57
I meant Harris Reed and Niang will be the PF's for 76ers and them 3 have been playing that positions for multiple years. Not to mention they gave Green Thybulle Korkmaz at SF.


 

 

16 Jul 2021 05:11:27
Three Team complex Sign and Trade Deal

Lakers get: Collin Sexton, DeMar DeRozan (Sign and Trade).

Spurs get: Kevin Love, #3 pick from Cavs.

Cavs get: Kyle Kuzma, Tallen Horton-Tucker (sign and trade), Montrezl Harrell, #22 pick from Lakers, #12 pick from Spurs.

This deal could not happen until after the draft since it contains free agents. Therefore, all draft picks are made by their original clubs. Good news is that everyone knows who they will be getting before the deal is done.

Warlock

1.) 16 Jul 2021 05:15:28
Terrible for Cavs.


2.) 16 Jul 2021 06:05:33
Why in the world would the Cavs do this?


3.) 16 Jul 2021 06:49:23
You have to convince me that THT wants to sign to play in Cleveland. Good luck with that.


4.) 16 Jul 2021 06:51:14
1. They get out from under Love's 60mm contract.
2. They get value for Sexton who they fear will want a max deal next year and they won't want to or be able to match.
3. They get two first round picks #12 and #22.
4. They get a potential replacement (Horton-Tucker) for Sexton who they would not be able to get without a sign and trade. They have been rumored to be interested in him.
5. They get two good players to help their rebuild or if they don't work out are tradeable.

Maybe both Spurs (2022 protected) and Lakers (2027) could add a future 1st pick to sweeten the deal for Cavs.


5.) 16 Jul 2021 07:44:17
They are not desperate to get out of Love's contract especially if they giving 2 assets too.


6.) 16 Jul 2021 13:27:11
This is a massive undervalue of #3 and overestimation of Love’s negative value.


7.) 17 Jul 2021 00:36:49
Beyond LeBron and AD, the Lakers have no players anyone wants.


8.) 17 Jul 2021 13:46:46
XXX. I would not necessarily agree with that. I think Harrell and Kuzma have a little trade value/ interest. However, they are not going to get back what the Lakers are searching for.


 

 

 

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19 Oct 2020 23:08:38
CHA - SAS

Charlotte gets: Rudy Gay, Lonnie Walker, 2020 1st (#11)

San Antonio gets: 2020 1st (#3)

Warlock

1.) 20 Oct 2020 22:54:21
Keldon Johnson and another first instead of Gay makes it closer.


 

 

 

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28 Sep 2021 12:01:08
Spurs have been re-building. They are ready to be competitive. Hield is only 27 and has only been in the league 5 years. He would be a great 6th man as he was the 2nd best 3 point shooter in the league last year. 3 point shooting is one of the Spurs weaknesses. He would be an upgrade without breaking the bank.

I think they might be ready to move on from Walker IV for several reasons, 1. He has shown promise but is still inconsistent. 2. He is due for a rookie extension that has not yet happened. 3. They just drafted his possible replacement in Josh Primo.

The Kings are the team that might balk at this deal, although they are rummored to be wanting to move Hield, I think they are hoping for more. They are a strong contender for Simmons so they might be saving Hield for bigger fish.

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27 Sep 2021 00:42:41
Nowhere near the value for Simmons that Philly has been seeking. They may end up settling for this in the end, but I suspect Phily will want more and probably get it from Minn. or someone else.

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20 Sep 2021 16:48:33
Ball handling for the Sixers is why I modified the deal to include Haliburton. I know that Sacramento is very high on Haliburton, but if ownership really wants Simmons, I think they will give up Haliburton. They have Fox at PG and just drafted Davian Mitchell so Haliburton is somewhat redundant. The addition of Walker IV would help offset the loss of Hield. They have been rumored to want to move Hield, so this would not be off the table. Obviously, Simmons would be the star of the deal and an upgrade over Bagley III.

Spurs are going to make a deal for Young before the season starts. Who knows who they are targeting, but Hield is as good a guess as any. He would be an upgrade over Walker IV and was the 2nd best three point shooter in the league last year. He would transform the Spurs into a modern NBA team even though he would probably be 6th man.

Philly might want more for Simmons, but this is a good return and gives them 3 guys who would play meaningful minutes, probably two starters and Young off the bench. Philly is in win now mode and I think they would prefer help right away to future draft picks. Haliburton is ready to start at PG whereas Maxey would be a good backup PG.

I think this is a win for all three teams, but if one of the teams demands more, I wouldn't hesitate to throw in a 2nd round pick or two to make everyone happy.

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20 Sep 2021 12:21:47
Actually, Philly doesn't have a PF on their roster if you count Harris as a SF, so they could use both of these PFs.

As far as the Spurs, they could use Hield as a 6th man. He is an upgrade to their roster without breaking the bank. They don't need Young. This deal gives them a path to a 15 player roster.

How about this modification

Kings get Simmons, Walker IV
Spurs get Hield
Sixers get Bagley III, Young, Haliburton

No picks to Phily. Sixers get two starters in Bagley II, and Haliburton along with a strong Backup PF on an expiring deal. Kings get Simmons and a sixth man in Walker IV. They lose a valuable PG, but they have three good ones already. Spurs upgrade their roster and get a huge boost to their biggest offensive problem (three point shooting) .

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16 Jul 2021 06:51:14
1. They get out from under Love's 60mm contract.
2. They get value for Sexton who they fear will want a max deal next year and they won't want to or be able to match.
3. They get two first round picks #12 and #22.
4. They get a potential replacement (Horton-Tucker) for Sexton who they would not be able to get without a sign and trade. They have been rumored to be interested in him.
5. They get two good players to help their rebuild or if they don't work out are tradeable.

Maybe both Spurs (2022 protected) and Lakers (2027) could add a future 1st pick to sweeten the deal for Cavs.

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