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27 Jul 2021 23:53:13
After acquiring pick #10, reports say Memphis may be still looking to move in further in the Draft.

Warriors receive: Tyus Jones, Xavier Tillman, pick #10 & 2024 GSW Pick from the Iggy Deal
Grizzlies: Kevon Looney & Pick #7

Warriors add 2 good rotational pieces and get their 2024 pick back. They can target a combination of Kispert, J Johnson, Duarte, Mitchell at picks 10 & 14

Grizzlies get either James Bouknight or Jonathan Kuminga if he falls to 7.

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1.) 28 Jul 2021 01:50:42
Not bad. Draymond would love having Tillman aboard.


2.) 28 Jul 2021 02:29:34
Yea, I would be surprised if GSW trades #7 unless they ate getting an all-star in return.


3.) 28 Jul 2021 02:43:47
if an all star materializes… which seems unlikely. May be wise to get some depth in a small trade back if the all star is unavailable.


 

 

24 Jun 2021 13:46:06
Sixers receive: Dejounte Murray, CJ Mccolum & Robert Covington
Spurs receive: Ben Simmons
Trailblazers receive: Tobias Harris, Shake Milton, Pick #12 from SAS, Pick #28 from PHI & 2023 Top 5 Protected 1st from PHI

The Sixers flip Simmons to San Antonio for Murray and this year's 1st. Philly gets another defensive minded jack of all trades PG to replace Ben. They then send out 3 1sts along with Tobias & Shake in order to get back a primary shot creator and a wing defender in CJ & Roco. Starting 5 of Murray/CJ/Thybulle/Roco/Embiid with pieces like Maxey & Curry off the bench.

The Spurs take a gamble on a player with all the potential in the world. Pairing Simmons with Pop could be the best things to revitalize both careers. Simmons fits into the young group in San Antonio and can start the next chapter of his career. A starting 5 of Simmons/White/Vassell/Johnson/Poetl is young and very promising.

The Trailblazers gain much more flexibility with this move. As of now, they don't have many tradable assets which includes not having picks to deal. Here they get a lottery pick where they ultimately can try to draft CJ's replacement (Moody, Bouknight, Johnson, Springer) & a late pick from Philly; They also get a future 1st. Ultimately Tobias brings a different type of scorer to Portland that they haven't had before. Powell can be in the backcourt with Dame or at the 3 whatever fits best in the end. I believe this trade makes Blazers more dynamic and versatile for future transactions.

chriscabam

1.) 24 Jun 2021 13:53:51
Not sure Ben is ready to deal with Coach Pop's tough love. Spurs do not get mentally weak players. So I would say that the Spurs pass.


2.) 24 Jun 2021 17:34:01
Spurs couldn’t pass on that for so little.


3.) 24 Jun 2021 22:14:30
Simmons is a big risk (salary) and big reward (defense/ potential) prospect. Spurs are a risk adverse organization. I don't think they want to trade Murray or any of their young core players. IMO the Spurs would only entertain a deal for Simmons if it was a sign and trade for DeRozan. Spurs may have to add something to the deal, but not much.


 

 

14 Nov 2020 20:36:27
Celtics receive: Jrue Holiday & Myles Turner
Pelicans receive: #6, Kevin Huerter & Carsen Edwards
Pacers receive: Gordon Hayward, Romeo Langford & #14
Hawks receive: Victor Oladipo, #26 & #30

chriscabam

1.) 14 Nov 2020 21:49:15
Pacers say no. Pretty quickly tbh.


2.) 14 Nov 2020 22:11:54
Edwards out, Dedmon in


3.) 14 Nov 2020 22:37:01
I think Hawks would prefer Holiday over Dipo because of contract situation.


4.) 14 Nov 2020 23:22:30
Like it for the Celtics, Hawks and Pelicans.
Pacers, not so much.


 

 

07 Nov 2020 15:02:16
Celtics receive: Patrick Beverley, Steven Adams & Future 2nd
Clippers receive: Chris Paul
Thunder receive: Ivica Zubac, Gordon Hayward, Romeo Langford, Rodney McGruder, Lou Williams and future 2nd

chriscabam

1.) 07 Nov 2020 19:51:55
Can Paul go back to Clips? I thought that ended kinda bad


 

 

17 Sep 2020 21:15:32
OKC: Lonzo Ball & Pick 13
Bucks: Chris Paul
Pelicans: Eric Bledsoe, George Hill, Ersan Ilyasova & pick 24th

chriscabam

1.) 17 Sep 2020 23:01:49
Money doesn’t work. And OKC is getting too much. I really don’t like it for the Pelicans.


2.) 17 Sep 2020 23:56:46
That’s an OKC homer deal if ever saw one.

The Pels ask why they’re even a part of this conversation


3.) 18 Sep 2020 12:21:43
Money works, okc sheds money and new orleans has the cap room. New Orleans gets two actual PGs instead of having to extend Lonzo. Okc gets off a lot of money. Bledsoe and Hill taking Lonzo’s minutes doesn't make the pelicans better now? interesting all defense guy and a vet who shot 49% from 3 this season lmao. and they need defense.


4.) 18 Sep 2020 16:08:39
new orleans don't have cap room.


5.) 18 Sep 2020 17:06:06
they only have about 76million guaranteed with 8 cap holds and bird rights for BI.


6.) 18 Sep 2020 18:42:29
New Orleans might have cap now but most of that will go to matching any offers for Ingram


 

 

 

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28 Jul 2021 02:43:47
if an all star materializes… which seems unlikely. May be wise to get some depth in a small trade back if the all star is unavailable.

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25 Jul 2021 19:07:25
they are moving contracts to make a run at Lowry.

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11 Nov 2020 14:51:23
hes good, they're good.

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26 Sep 2020 13:38:45
raptors rather have og than any of these players.

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18 Sep 2020 17:06:06
they only have about 76million guaranteed with 8 cap holds and bird rights for BI.

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