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06 Dec 2019 20:01:12
TOR OKC

TOR gets Gallinari and Adams
OKC get Ibaka, Gasol and 2022 1st

TOR gets a great effecient scoring option in Gallinari and a good unselfish role playing center in Adams. After this year the Raptors will have a weak spot at center this way they have a good center locked in for next year. They have Gallinari to help get them to the playoffs and help once they are in the playoffs. They are getting the better players Gallinari is better than Ibaka and Adams is better than Gasol so they give up a 1st.

OKC has an Ibaka reunion, adds a 1st to the collection, and opens up more salary next year so they aren't anywhere near the luxury tax as a rebuilding team. I don't see them doind this trade without getting the 1st so if adding the 1st is to much from TOR then this trade just doesn't happen OKC doesn't do it without the 1st.

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1.) 07 Dec 2019 00:54:26
I like the idea - the problem is that OKC can net a 1st with Gallinari alone. If they don't get assets this year for Adams they can just hold on to him and trade him next year or let his contract run out.


2.) 07 Dec 2019 04:06:43
Okc has so many first. I think they should try and upgrade there first round picks instead just adding more from a good team.


3.) 08 Dec 2019 01:34:12
Totally agree. OKC doesn't need more picks. They'll just package picks for any player they want, college or pro, over the next seven years.


 

 

06 Dec 2019 12:20:35
Simple trade TOR OKC

TOR gets Gallinari
OKC get Ibaka 2022 1st top 10 protected if top 10 turns into 2 2nd's

TOR gets a solid efficient scoring option Gallinari and he hasn't been doing bad on defense this year for the most part he has been able to hold his own. They are getting the better player of the two, and contracts are almost identical both expiring so they throw in the pick.

OKC has an Ibaka reunion and adds a 1st to the collection. I don't see them moving Gallinari without getting back a 1st or good young talent so without the 1st they say no.

rlc135

1.) 06 Dec 2019 13:12:35
Like the idea of Ibaka for Gallo. Not sure if raps wnat to give up a first.


 

 

04 Dec 2019 15:47:13
OKC MIA

MIA get Gallinari and Nader

OKC get Waiters, Leonard, Jones Jr, 2023 Mia pick they already have becomes unprotected instead of lottery protected

MIA makes a playoff move and brings in a great offensive player in Gallo who can help big time in playoffs and he is clearly the best player involved in the trade. They get rid of Waiters who is a problem for them that they don't want. They have enough bigs to lose Leonard and still be fine. They give up the protections on the 2023 pick so they don't have to give up another pick to bring in a good player.

OKC take Waiters back and hope he can get his act straight and play good again. They bring in Leonard gives them more bench depth and if they can find a trade for Noel that Noel agrees to they will still have a backup C. They get a younger player that fits their time line in Jones Jr. And they get the 2023 pick no matter where its at which could be beneficial or end up being pointless that's 1 reason they get Jones jr just to make sure they still get something long term out of this deal.

rlc135

1.) 04 Dec 2019 19:40:31
No chance. Miami fans please move on. OKC isn't going to make your team better when they have two of your first round picks. It's foolish and Presti is too smart for that.


2.) 04 Dec 2019 21:11:22
Im a Thunder fan not a heat fan. This makes OKC's 2023 miami pick better because it won't be protected and Gallinari is an expiring contract we don't have their this year pick so its not a big deal. And Jones Jr will add to our young wings on rookie contracts (rookie contracts are very valuable especially to small market teams) . Ferguson, Diallo and Jones Jr are 3 young wings with some potential they may never be all stars but they can all develop into good role players which every team needs.


3.) 05 Dec 2019 10:19:49
Common sense dictates not to make another team better when you hold two of the other teams picks. We don't need more wings. We have plenty. We need bigs that can stretch the floor.


4.) 05 Dec 2019 11:57:44
We make them better this year not long term so it doesn't matter. If anything the better they are this year the lower their draft pick is this year giving them less talent for the future. What is Leonard? Last i checked he is a big that can stretch the floor. We find a trade for Noel who has good value on that low contract. Then Leonard becomes the backup and we take the best offer whatever it is cause we wouldn't need a replacememt for Noel in the trade since we already have 1. And i know we have plenty of wings that's why we get rid of Nader in the trade. Then we have Diallo, Jones Jr., Burton, Waiters and sometimes Schroder at sg on the bench for wing depth. Diallo and Waiter are both often injured so we need good depth their. We need to just buy out Roberson seems like he will never be back at least not while on his current contract.


5.) 06 Dec 2019 03:21:21
CAN I ask we’re you on crack when you wrote this trade okc would never take protections off that 2023 pick all you grt IS one young wing and overpaid players Nobody else wants and overpaid with another year on Johnson’s contract for 19 million so hell no and waiters is still got another 12.5 on another year and nobody wantswants him


 

 

30 Nov 2019 21:58:37
Thunder Suns

OKC get Johnson 2022 top 5 protected 1st
Suns get Gallinari

OKC takes Johnsons expiring contract and a future 1st to add to their collection.

Suns add Gallo to make a playoff push and go for it. If it doesn't work out they still get the salary relief next year cause Gallo is expiring.

rlc135

1.) 01 Dec 2019 00:34:59
Might as well give US there 2020 pick.


2.) 01 Dec 2019 01:47:46
If I’m the Thunder, I want Saric added or subbed for the first in this deal.


3.) 01 Dec 2019 11:20:18
Make it top 10 protected and it’s solid.


 

 

30 Nov 2019 03:53:16
OKC CHA

OKC get Biyombo, Mcdaniels, 2022 top 10 protected 1st. If top 10 become 2023 1st

CHA get Gallinari

CHA is doing better than expected and they currently hold the 8th seed. They do this trade to give themselves an extra boost and they go for the playoffs this year. They lose Biyombo who is an easily replaced player and then Mcdaniels a late 2nd round pick is added to make the salary work. So neither of the players they give up are important to them.

OKC take the players they both probably get lil to no playing time, but they get the 1st so they just let them ride the bench and add a 1st to their collection.

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06 Dec 2019 12:25:56
At this point in their careers who would u rather have Gasol (34) or Adams (26)?

rlc135

1.) 06 Dec 2019 13:16:21
A few days back i would have said adams.
But heck, Gasol has improved! He doenst score, but he does everything else.


2.) 06 Dec 2019 15:59:08
Without a doubt Adams. Gasol might have a few good games here and there, but he's not regaining his old form, that ship has sailed. I don't love Adams at his price tag, but he's a great role player.


3.) 06 Dec 2019 19:54:04
Thanks i had a trade idea but i needed to see who yall thought was better 1st. I thought Adams but as a thunder fan i wanted to get an unbiased opinion.


 

 

30 Nov 2019 03:59:40
Which last year lottery team are you most impressed with and surprised by this year?

I would say the Hornets. They lost Kemba signed Rozier and they are still playing like a potential 7 or 8 seed in the East.

rlc135

1.) 30 Nov 2019 08:11:36
Mavs. Doncic is playing at an MVP and top 5/ 10 player level. They’re winning w Porzingis being rusty still and not his all star level form. When he gets going this team can be much better.


2.) 30 Nov 2019 19:57:09
Minnesota. I expected them to face a full rebuild this year. Towns has taken another step. Wiggins might be the MIP. They look good.


3.) 30 Nov 2019 23:51:03
Kings. With no Bagley or Fox, they moved into a tie for 8th by beating Denver today.


4.) 01 Dec 2019 04:18:20
Lakers there winning the games there supposed too and getting better together. They turned there lottery team into One the Best team in league in first 19 games. Even though they have best record don't clearly mean theRe best team in league is y I said one the best teams.


 

 

06 Nov 2019 12:42:31
What young player r yall impressed with so far this season? And i know it's early, but who could yall see getting most improved player?

As a Thunder fan I am very happy with the way SGA has been playing. (Bazley hasn't been looking to bad lately either) . If Thunder stay as is and doesn't move their vets and they can manage to make that 7 or 8 seed i could see SGA getting most improved player. He has nearly doubled his points from last year and he has a lil more than doubled his rebounds, and he is still averaging bout the same in assists despite playing mostly SG instead of PG. If Thunder make playoffs and SGA is the leading scorer on the team that would be a good narrative for him.

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1.) 06 Nov 2019 17:25:38
Anfernee Simons has shown by Portland wouldn't consider letting him go this summer. 41/ 53/ 86 shooting percentages. He looks really good.


2.) 06 Nov 2019 19:58:30
Brandon Ingram? Tho their not winning.


3.) 06 Nov 2019 21:03:45
Booker. The pairing with Rubio is working better than I expected. Oubre probaby gets some consideration as well.

Out of the rookies, I have liked what I have seen out of Hachimura.


4.) 06 Nov 2019 21:05:35
Forgot about Nunn in Miami for bwing an undrafted player.


5.) 07 Nov 2019 15:44:56
Matt Thomas and Terence Davis from Toronto even tho no one has heard of them they fit in the rotation well.


 

 

31 Oct 2019 09:17:53
Serious thought yall probably disagree, but i think they should at least think about it. Should the warriors just tank this season? They have started 1-3 Thompson is out for a long time, Curry just got a broke hand and will be out a while. They could just tank get a high draft pick, trade Russell for a better fit on the team, and come back competeing next year when everyone is healthy, and their team would b better. Do yall agree or disagree with me?

rlc135

1.) 31 Oct 2019 09:31:27
They should let the young players play and develop. they have no other choice.


2.) 31 Oct 2019 11:59:14
I don’t think they’re going to or should tank hard, but I don’t think they should push hard for the playoffs. Steph, Green and Thompson, all seem like they could use a year to refresh their batteries. I’d slow play injuries and limit minutes. Plus, try to see what you can get out of some of the young guys. I probably wait until the deadline to do anything with DLo. I’d want to figure out how he fits and what you have in him. Then you can maybe see what’s out there in the trade market. I don’t think it’s ridiculous to maybe try to pump his stock up more. They’ve got shots to give.


3.) 31 Oct 2019 12:40:53
Woj just reported Warriors will start scouting for a high draft pick player, because Curry will b out for a couple of months. So i don't think they expect Or want a playoff push. And i think they should wait to trade Dlo, but when they do trade for a good starting center that is locked up for a lil bit. Center is the position that has always been their inconsistent weak spot. Or a 2 way SF which they lost in Iggy and Durant.


4.) 31 Oct 2019 12:49:11
To be clear on my last post. Woj is speculating and assuming they r bout to b scouting players for a high draft pick. Management hasn't said they are tanking in anyway they said they aren't, but even without tanking they will still get a higher pick without Curry or Thompson for a while.


5.) 31 Oct 2019 14:52:30
Yeah, they can't really tank, they just simply won't be very good without Curry or Thompson.

Maybe Thompson stays out all of the year instead of rushing him back if they were in contention for the playoffs. But that's not really tanking to me.


6.) 31 Oct 2019 16:02:35
Good thing that GS put protections on that 2020 pick that went to Brooklyn with Durant.


7.) 31 Oct 2019 18:48:38
If he failed with the Lakers then fails with this Kings team i don't see Walton getting another headcoaching job again any time soon after his contract is up or he gets fired.


8.) 31 Oct 2019 21:10:53
Sorry bout last post accidently replied to the wrong 1.


 

 

25 Oct 2019 13:13:20
I know its only 2 games but Clippers are looking like the team to beat. They have beaten Lakers and Warriors so both tough wins. Plus they don't even have PG13 yet!

rlc135

1.) 26 Oct 2019 12:47:25
They were the favorite coming in. People wanted to pretend that the Lakers supporting cast was good, but they basically have 2 great players, 1 good player, an interesting player in Kuzma and some fringe rotation guys. Take Bron and AD off that team and it likely wins 10 games at most.


2.) 29 Oct 2019 01:24:55
Rkenne, if we take Westbrook and Harden, Curry and Green, Lillard and McCollum, Embiid and Simmons, etc. off their teams. What will be their winning percentage?


 

 

 

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06 Dec 2019 13:58:52
OKC doesn't need their 2022 pick back. Its protected so if they are still tanking and rebuilding they will still get it. They need to get other teams 1st round picks not their own.

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05 Dec 2019 11:57:44
We make them better this year not long term so it doesn't matter. If anything the better they are this year the lower their draft pick is this year giving them less talent for the future. What is Leonard? Last i checked he is a big that can stretch the floor. We find a trade for Noel who has good value on that low contract. Then Leonard becomes the backup and we take the best offer whatever it is cause we wouldn't need a replacememt for Noel in the trade since we already have 1. And i know we have plenty of wings that's why we get rid of Nader in the trade. Then we have Diallo, Jones Jr., Burton, Waiters and sometimes Schroder at sg on the bench for wing depth. Diallo and Waiter are both often injured so we need good depth their. We need to just buy out Roberson seems like he will never be back at least not while on his current contract.

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04 Dec 2019 21:11:22
Im a Thunder fan not a heat fan. This makes OKC's 2023 miami pick better because it won't be protected and Gallinari is an expiring contract we don't have their this year pick so its not a big deal. And Jones Jr will add to our young wings on rookie contracts (rookie contracts are very valuable especially to small market teams) . Ferguson, Diallo and Jones Jr are 3 young wings with some potential they may never be all stars but they can all develop into good role players which every team needs.

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04 Dec 2019 11:44:06
Yea They can easily get more than that for Favors and Hart.

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29 Nov 2019 14:10:02
Fredman how is it a salary dump when they are bringing in more salary than they are sending out and if Derozan accepts his player option then they will have more salary to pay next year than they would if they didn't make this trade. This is essentialy a salary dump for spurs while getting a 1st. They don't have to worry bout offering Derozan a big contract or losing him for nothing. They can move schroder in the offseason once he becomes expiring. Derozans value is not that high right now. He doesn't fit on spurs every one knows they don't want him, he can't shoot 3's and he isn't a great defender. I don't see them getting a much better offer than this.
What kind of offer do you expect them to get for Derozan?

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