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20 Apr 2018 09:43:21
Wolves - Lakers - Spurs - Suns

Lakers get: Leonard

Leonard, Ball, Randle and Hart with a ton of money to spend.

Spurs get: Wiggins, Kuzma, Patton, Frye

Murray, Mills, Parker
Green, Ginobili, White
Wiggins, Anderson
Kuzma, Gay
Aldridge, Gasol, Patton

Wolves get: Ingram, Simmons, Chandler

Teague, Jones
Butler, Crawford,
Ingram, Simmons
Towns, Gibson, Bjelica
Chandler, Dieng

Suns get: Mills, Aldrich, 2018 OKC 1st, 2018 Cavs 1st

Waive aldrich, trade up in the draft for a pg

Draft, Mills
Booker, FA
Jackson, Warren
Chriss, Dudley
Draft, Len

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20 Apr 2018 09:52:20
Take out Simmons I originally had the 4th team being the magic but switched it to the suns.

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20 Apr 2018 08:22:56

sas- wiggins/ ingram/ hart/ lal 2019 1st rd pick
lal- leonard
min- kuzma/ mills/ sas 1st rd pick 2018.

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19 Apr 2018 23:58:29
The Clippers the 15th overall and the Wizards 19 1st

The Wizards get the 12th

The Wizards are heavy on wings and guards, but need a center to replace Gortat. They trade up to get Robert Williams. He's really the only center that will be available and worth taking between 10 and 20.

If the Clippers are blowing it up, they can really take anyone and given the fact that they own the 13th, they're essentially only moving back 2 spots and adding a pick would be a win for them. If they're trying to build around their current roster, they don't need a center. That means they're only losing one viable prospect by moving back and there are a ton of guards and wings at that part of the draft.

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20 Apr 2018 00:53:04
Or, the Wizards could trade down and dump some salary (they will be in the luxury tax next year) to get a center in the 20s.

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19 Apr 2018 21:41:22
Hawks - Knicks

Hawks gets:
9th pick
37th pick

Knicks gets:
19th pick
30th pick
33rd pick
2019 1st rd pick (Cavs)
2020 2nd rd pick (Trail Blazers)

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19 Apr 2018 22:19:31
Knicks pass.

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19 Apr 2018 23:26:33
Pretty terrible for the Knicks. The Cavs pick is top 10 protected the next two years and if it doesn't convey in 2020 it's 2 2nd round picks. So If Lebron stays, it's a pick on the 20s and if he leaves, it's likely 2 2nds.

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19 Apr 2018 20:49:33
If Boston gets the LA pick this year

Boston: WC Stein
trade: Yabusele+ Memphis pick 2019

Phoenix: Fox
trade: T Chandler+ 1rnd pick Miami 2021+ 2rnd pick Phoe 2018

Philly: Hield
Trade: Bayless+ 1rnd pick Sac+ 2rnd pick Philly 2018

Sac: T Chandler+ Bayless+ Yabusele+ return 1 rnd pick Sac 2019+ 1rnd pick Memphis 2019+ 1rnd pick Miami 2021+ 2rnd pick Phoe and Philly

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20 Apr 2018 03:39:33
WC Stein is not worth a first round pick and Yabusele.

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19 Apr 2018 17:43:29
Suns acquire: 6th pick

This will give the Suns another top 10 pick in a stacked class meaning they could fill the void at potentially two positions. The Suns would have the chance to draft Deandre Ayton with the 1st overall pick and also draft Michael Porter Jr. or Jaren Jackson Jr. This move would either solidify the front court with Jackson Jr. or add another scoring and lengthy wing in Porter Jr. If they do not want to take this route they can always select a point guard such as Collin Sexton to be a slashing point guard with some Russell Westbrook traits in him. Although it might be a reach to take a point guard that early, Sexton is a pretty safe pick due to his durability and all around skill.

Bulls Aquire: 15th pick, T.J Warren, Marquese Chriss

The Bulls trade down in order to gather more young role players and talent. They also get another lotto pick to gain another player in a stacked class.

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19 Apr 2018 18:22:55
Why would the Bulls want role players over getting a potential star player?

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19 Apr 2018 18:28:33
In don't think the value is bad, but the Bulls have a nice young team with 3 of their future starters already in Dunn, Lavine, and Markannen and 2 young solid role players that can be starters in the right situation in Nwaba. They really need to add another player with allstar potential to that group (I think Markannen and Lavine both have allstar potential) . I think Porter, Bagley, Young or Bamba all have that potential. It's doubtful that the 15th pick or either player they're getting back does. Warren shown he can score on a bad team, but hasn't shown much more than that and Chriss didn't show much, if any improvement, after a fairly disappointing rookie year.

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19 Apr 2018 19:58:22
Rkenne what were you watching? Chriss had a disappointing rookie year? He had a great rookie year. Coming out he was a project you they said would take 3 to 4 years to get any significant playing time. He did take a step back this year, but once he got in shape played better. I find it funny how people use the excuse a guy scor3d on a bad team. It's harder to score on a bad team then a good team. On a good team you got other players to attract the def. On a bad team you get double team a lot.

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19 Apr 2018 20:01:26
The drop off this year from 6-15 talent wise is too asppreciable.

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20 Apr 2018 00:19:00
Jdp, I know that Chriss was kind of raw coming out, but I don't think anyone ever said he wouldn't play his first 4 years in the league. He wasn't good in anyway his 1st year, which again was fine because he is raw, but then he didn't really show any improvement in his 2nd year. If he does the same next year, his career is in serious jeopardy. Also, a lot of players on bad teams are playing more minutes, they get to be the focus of the offense more and they are getting more shots than they deserve. They're getting to play a ton more minutes against back ups and teams that don't care on defense because good teams don't have to be focused to beat them. Most players seed a dip in their scoring average when going from a bad team to a good team.

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19 Apr 2018 17:13:06
Memphis: T Harris+L Williams+ 1rnd pick Detroit

NY: D Jordan

Clippers: C Parsons+ J Noah+ 1rnd pick Memphis+ 1rnd pick NY+ 1rnd pick NY 2019

Clippers draft: Doncic/ Bridges and R Williams

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19 Apr 2018 17:07:41
This trade is just based on Devin Booker saying He wants to win !
76ers send - Fultz , Saric , Bayless , 2018 Lakers 1st , 2018 Philly 2nd

Suns send - Knight , Booker

I can just see Booker in a 76ers uni !
Plus they'll still have cap space this summer to sign some ring chasing vets or could still snag Lebron :0 !
Thoughts ?

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19 Apr 2018 17:27:52
My thoughts are that its a pipe dream. Just because Booker said he wants to win doesn't mean that the suns are going to trade him. He is the face of the franchise and they have a lot of assets around him to trade away to make their own team better.

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19 Apr 2018 17:40:32
He's still on a rookie deal and is most likely locked in for another 4 years unless he wants to risk a 100 million dollars to leave the Suns 2 years early.

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19 Apr 2018 19:06:13
i see booker as untouchable. and the suns can be that winning team in a couple yrs, booker is still so young. the suns have the assets to bring in a star (kawhi? ) and jackson and their top 4 pick this year can fit that playoff team in a few yrs timeline.

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19 Apr 2018 16:13:02

Spurs get Tobias Harris, Sam Dekker, Sindarius Thornwell, #12 and #13 picks, and a future 2nd

Clippers get Kawhi Leonard and #18 pick.

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19 Apr 2018 16:43:47
I don't see why the Clippers get a pick back. That's a mediocre package for Leonard at best before the Spurs have to send back a pick.

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19 Apr 2018 17:09:27
@rk its similar to the jimmy butler deal and they swapped 1st’s and harris is better than any of the players the bulls got.
i could see the spurs taking this if they don't get blown away by another team’s offer.

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19 Apr 2018 17:56:36
Yeah, but Kawhi is significantly better than Butler and Dunn despite his bad play his rookie year was just selected 5th overall, you're comparing Tobias his in his 7th year to Lavine in his 3rd, and a swap of the 7th pick for for the 16th to the 18 for the 12th. I'm not even sure the 12 and the 13 pick get you the 7th pick in a trade. I think the general consensus was the Bulls didn't get a great deal for Butler and without hesitation I would take that deal over this one. I think it would be a safe assumption to make that Dunn even after a bad year still was a safer bet than those two midlottery picks, obviously the seventh pick last year was better than either of them, and Lavine has the potential to develop into an allstar. Harris is a quality starter, but the chances he ever becomes an allstar are pretty slim.

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19 Apr 2018 15:09:55
The Spurs get Tatum, S Johnson, Kennard, Luer, and the King's 19 1st

The Pistons get Hayward, Morris, Mills, and the Celtics 18 1st

The Celtics get Leonard and Drummond

The Spurs get a ton for Leonard.

The Piston either need to commit to Drummond or Griffin. Drummond seems like the smart play, but for some reason it like they're going to pick Griffin. They get a border line allstar that will fit next to him and they add some much needed shooting.

The Celtics get their young center and a top 5 talent in Leonard. A Line up of
combine with the Celtics bench has a real shot at a championship. I don't see Ainge being unwilling to move Heyward. He would trade his wife's kidneys if he thought it would improve the Celtics.

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19 Apr 2018 18:09:12
You are right about one thing. Ainge, might trade his wife's kindneys, but trading Heyward now would damage his credibility with other FA's looking to come to the Celtics. Ainge won't do that to the organization. He's worked too hard to make Boston a viable place for Free Agents.

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19 Apr 2018 23:32:00
As long as they can keep Irving and resign Leonard, who cares. They won't have cap space anytime soon. If things go right, they won't have cap space for the next 10.

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