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03 Sep 2019 23:17:05

CHA get Schroder, Roberson (exp salary filler)

OKC get Batum, 2024 1st top 10 protected

CHA get the better player in Schroder. He scored 5 more points, had more assists while coming off the bench with less minutes. Schroder and Batum both have 2 years left on their contract schroder is 5 years younger and 10 mil cheaper. CHA get better PG depth which they need and they have enough young SG/ SF depth that losing Batum will be ok next year when Roberson expires and they lose him. They also save 10 mil next year in salary.

OKC take on the worse contract and the worse player to add another draft pick to their collection for their rebuild. They can still afford the extra 10 mil next season.


1.) 04 Sep 2019 20:42:33
Why give up a future pick when you are still going to be a lottery team. Unless of course, you are getting an all-star. But Schroeder is a bench player so not worth the pick.



02 Sep 2019 14:11:30
OKC LAL if Howard isn't doing well.

OKC get Howard and Kuzma
LAL get Noel, Muscala, 2020 DEN 1st and 2023 MIA 1st

Noel does have a no trade clause but i'm sure he would accept a trade to a winning team that he would prob get more minutes on vs coming off the bench behind Adams getting 14 min on a losing team.

OKC downgrade their back up C swap Noel for Howard. Noel is younger, played better, and stayed healthier than Howard last year. They bring in Kuzma to pair with SGA as future building blocks. They give up 2 1sts because Kuzma is still on a cheap rookie deal and has good potential. He is also locked up the longest contract wise out of the players involved.

LAL upgrade their C situation if Howard isn't working out which i doubt he does. have Mcgee and Noel at C. They get Muscala to be back up PF he can knock down the 3 which LAL need good catch and shoot shooters. They get a 1st or 2 out of it which they could use some more 1sts after the Davis trade.


1.) 02 Sep 2019 14:54:21
I don’t think the Lakers have any interest in picks right now.

2.) 02 Sep 2019 17:55:27
Not sure the Lakers are willing to give up Kuzma when they can just waive Howard and sign Joakim Noah.



02 Sep 2019 13:43:49

OKC get Marvin Williams (exp)
CHA get Dennis Schroder, bulls 2020 2nd

CHA has to many players at SF they are a rebuilding team not a competing team so they get rid of the older player age 33 to open more time for their young developing players. Their PG position is a lil weak so they bring someone in to push Rozier for the starting spot so they both play their best not being guarnteed a starting spot. Which ever one of them doesn't start comes off the bench and they have a good back up PG. Schroder is in my opinion the better of the 2 players involved in this trade and he is 8 years younger, but since they take on the extra year of schroders contract they get a 2nd round pick.

OKC gets another expiring contract on top of Gallinari and Robersons to open salary for next year. They bring in some F depth, not knowing how well Roberson will return after his injury they could use some better SF depth, and they could use a lil more PF depth as well which Williams can play.

What do yall think is it fair for both sides?


1.) 02 Sep 2019 17:20:56
Why would Charlotte be interested in a draft pick that most likely not convey from Chicago to OKC (Protected from 31 to 55)? Might as well just say the 2 players straight up which means Charlotte has to take on Schroeder's future salary which I doubt they will for a backup PG.

Now if OKC added their own 2020 2nd or Denver's 2020 first, then I think they may get Charlotte's interest in doing this deal.



31 Aug 2019 22:59:32

OKC get Wiggins, 2020 1st and 2023 1st
MIN get Gallinari (exp)

OKC take on Wiggins bad contract bring in extra salary for this year and following years ise trade exception they have multiple. Because of this they get 2 1sts to add on to their rebuilding pile. Maybe a change of scenery would be good for Wiggins and maybe he would improve to bring his value up a lol, big maybe. They could then still make moves to get under luxury tax by moving Schroder, Roberson, and possibly Paul or Adams.

MIN not only do they get a better replacement for wiggins this year. Gallinaris contract is expiring so they basically immediately get out of Wiggins contract so they give up 2 1sts to get it done. I don't see any other team offering to take woggins contract without offloading a bad one of their own.

What do yall think is it fair for both sides?


1.) 01 Sep 2019 00:50:13
Maybe if Gallinari signs a 3 year extension.

2.) 03 Sep 2019 02:31:09
MIN is not a free agent destination, and can’t afford to give away picks for cap space. Picks are the most likely way MIN can add talent.



28 Aug 2019 14:17:26
Simple OKC TOR player swap

TOR get Gallinari (expiring)
OKC get Ibaka (expiring)

Picks added where needed, but i don't think any r needed. If any probably nothing more than a 2nd.

Gallinari will help with the scoring the raptors lost by losing Kawhi. Ibaka would likely come off the bench behind Siakam and Gasol, while Gallinari would b their starting SF.
What i would say is their Starting 5 Lowry/ Anunoby/ Gallinari/ Siakam/ Gasol

For OKC this opens it up so they can still start Ferguson and SGA while bettering their PF depth, and while he may leave i feel like they could resign Ibaka cheaper and easier since Gallinari has already said he wants on a contender and will likely want and get more money somewhere else. New starting 5
Paul/ SGA/ Ferguson/ Ibaka/ Adams

What do yall think fair player swap? Both are expiring and they would fit what the other team needs better.


1.) 28 Aug 2019 16:34:15
What about Gallo and Roberson for Ibaka Powell and OG

- Raptors add another scorer that they need in absence of Kawhi while also adding a true lockdown perimeter player. Also gets off of Powell’s contract to resign/ sign more players.

- Okc gets their PF and a nice young SF prospect to pair w SGA in the future.

Lowry/ Roberson/ Gallo/ Siakam/ Gasol
FVF/ McCaw/ Johnson/ RHJ/ Boucher

CP3/ SGA/ OG/ Ibaka/ Adams
Schroder/ Ferguson/ Powell/ Muscala/ Noel.




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14 Sep 2019 13:50:36
What are your 2019-20 NBA season player bold predictions? not team bold predictions.

Steven Adams will go from averageing 9.6 to 15 REB.

Also Adams will make the all star game. This one isn't quite as bold of a prediction as him averaging 15 REB though.


1.) 14 Sep 2019 16:44:15
Dwight Howard makes it through the season and playoffs without being waived or spending a month on the injured reserve.

Not sure how Adams passes Gobert, KAT and Jokic for All-Star spot as a big unless someone gets traded East.

2.) 15 Sep 2019 00:18:22
Adams rebounding going through the roof with Westbrook away from him and not stealing his boards - sure

Adams an all star? No way in hell. The last two spots are wild cards (positionless) . He’s not just beating KAT and Gobert for it, but McCollum, Doncic, Porzingis, holiday, and many more.



03 Sep 2019 22:54:21
Who do yall think will be the next all star to ask for a trade? And where do you think they will end up?


1.) 04 Sep 2019 03:46:03
Towns, not sure who will offer the best.

2.) 04 Sep 2019 15:33:21
For Towns i could maybe see Boston trying to get him by giving up anything except Walker and Tatum make a big 3 and build around them. I wonder how many picks OKC would be willing to give for him to pair him with SGA they have enough they could get him. i'm sure there arw other teams that would be in the rumors to get him bit I'd be willing to bet u would see OKC and BOS in Towns rumors if he requested a trade.

3.) 04 Sep 2019 16:13:52
For some reason I see Knicks for Towns.

4.) 04 Sep 2019 16:47:27
Towns certainly makes the most sense.

Maybe Lowry will be asked if he would like to leave/ be gently nudged this season.

I could also see Butler getting unhappy (again), but I don't see many more landing places for him.

Beal also will likely be asking.

5.) 06 Sep 2019 12:51:11
If you’re minnesota, I just don’t see trading Towns, even if he asks out. He has 5 years left on his deal. Unless someone offers them something like the AD or George deals, I’m going to try and make it work for the next 3 years and at that point it becomes something I have to think about.

6.) 06 Sep 2019 15:51:00
I don't see any path to anything but stagnating in the late lottery for the next 3 years with Towns. What is waiting 3 years going to do but give them 3 more mid firsts and no playoff appearances?

If they do want to keep him, they need to unload any useful players to try to tank with him.

If they do try to move him, I think they can get that kind of haul. I wouldn't trade him just to trade him, but I'd absolutely listen to offers starting right now. He shouldn't be untouchable, because the team simply isn't good with him.



12 Jul 2019 16:34:42
A tanking team should sign Melo let him play his game for 1 last year. Give him an official last year and he can help them lose by not playing defense and playing to much iso.


1.) 12 Jul 2019 22:06:46
Nuggets should sign him for a reserve role.

2.) 13 Jul 2019 02:21:26

3.) 13 Jul 2019 02:44:33
Not unless he is WILLING to accept a minor role. Which I seriously doubt.



12 Jul 2019 15:59:33
I know i said this once but after some more changes i'm going to say it again the league is going back to dynamoc duos and i love it. The league has no clear cut #1 team. In no specific order you have Westbrook/ Harden, George/ Leonard, James/ Davis, Curry/ Thompson, Durant/ Irving, Lillard/ McCullom and more i'm not going to name every single dynamic duo but this is a few. The league is going to be fun to watch this Season.




12 Jul 2019 03:14:19
So how many more future picks will Thunder get this off-season? 8 1sts so far and they can still move Adams, Gallinari, Schroder, Roberson, Paul. They aren't all worth a 1st but i would be shocked if they don't get at least 1 more 1st.


1.) 12 Jul 2019 16:48:12
And they get their own picks back (top 20 protected)

2.) 12 Jul 2019 17:07:59
They could probably get one from Gallinari, or maybe a young talent. I like his fit in Portland at the trade deadline if Nurkic comes back healthy.

Maybe one from Adams, though that doesn't seem as likely.

I think it's really likely that Paul ends up in Miami or with the Lakers.

3.) 14 Jul 2019 10:53:45




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23 Aug 2019 23:49:03
OKC won't buy out Gallo they will either trade him or keep him, but not buy him out. I don't see any reason why MEM would want to buy out Iggy if they can't find a trade, but i know OKC would buy out Gallo.




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22 Aug 2019 11:28:34
Yea my bad Fredman you're right. It can take place after September 14.




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21 Aug 2019 21:55:19
I think OKC says no too.




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17 Aug 2019 13:26:21
NBA16 for a back up center Knicks can send Dennis Smith Jr to OKC also they can pair him and SGA in back court and Thunder can add Noel and a pick to Paul for the Knicks.




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03 Aug 2019 15:36:11
Shiller they can easily get under the luxury tax now without giving up Adams and a 1st. They are currently under it, but with only 13 players so when they sign 1 more they will barely be over it. They don't have to move Adams right away. They can wait until the trade deadline hope his value goes up and try moving him without giving up a 1st and get a better return than Snell.





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