26 Mar 2017 17:56:59
Okc gets Dwyane Wade
Bulls get Enes Kanter, Kyle Singler, and both of OKC 2017 2nd rd picks
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26 Mar 2017 17:56:59
25 Mar 2017 19:52:03
I think The Twolves should ponder this:
1st pick in 2017
Improves both teams Bulls get a quicker rebuild and Twolves get a stabilizing Vet.
25 Mar 2017 22:11:24
I think the bulls would ponder why twolves give such a weak offwr for Bulter. Then hang up.
26 Mar 2017 03:47:48
I don't think that's enough for Butler.
Add LaVine and Bulls throw in their 17 1st rd.
26 Mar 2017 03:44:28
Bulls could and should do better. I don't think Twolves would hesitate a second to do this trade.
26 Mar 2017 09:06:31
Horrible for the Bulls. Shabazz isn't nowhere near the player that JB is, and he never will be close to his caliber. The MInny pick will likely fall around 6-8; the Bulls can find a better offer.
22 Mar 2017 04:16:12
bulls : mccollum, crabbe, leonard, 1st round pick
blazers : butler, mirotic, 2nd round pick
22 Mar 2017 04:57:56
I like the idea of this trade a lot but could use some tweaking. Blazers are clearing a ridiculous amount of cap space (35 mill - whatever it takes to resign Mirotic in a sign and trade) while adding Butler who I think would compliment Lillard very well. Depending on how much Mirotic demands in restricted FA if I'm Blazers I may just let him walk since although he is a "stretch 4" he is playing quite poorly this year shooting around 30% from 3.
Trade could make sense for Bulls who would be smart to rebuild. McCollum is a solid center piece at only 25, a prolific scorer who has playmaking ability to play pg (Wade will likely pick up player option) . Although Crabbe and Leonard have very large contracts both are relatively young (25) and a rebuilding Bulls team doesn't project to attract any big FA. That 1st rounder would have to be the Blazers pick (#12) and not Grizzly (#20) or Cavs (#27) for Bulls to even consider imo. Blazers may even have to tack on one or two of the other picks to make it worth it to the Bulls.
If I'm Blazers I'd be very interested since it not only helps them avoid the dreaded luxury tax penalties they are otherwise destined to pay for the next 3 years but they add one of the best two way players in the league in Butler. The Bulls would likely need more convincing but McCollum a guy avg 23 ppg as a 2nd option and a lottery pick aren't a bad start for Bulls and even the bad contracts give them young piece they could use in their rebuild.
22 Mar 2017 10:12:54
I like this trade for both teams.
This would make Portland a contender and I think Mccollum would become a better player without Lillard, playing pointguard.
Portland should give an extra pick, maybe two picks to make it happen.
22 Mar 2017 11:55:09
ok so add another 1st round pick and this trade is set.
24 Mar 2017 18:18:31
Not good for the Bulls, puts them over the cap threshold and if they can't win a title it's not worth it. Good for Portland as they do shed salary.
21 Mar 2017 09:17:47
SUNS summer splash
PHX get Jimmy Butler & Andre Drummond
DET get Eric Bledsoe , Robin Lopez & CHI 1st round pick 2017
Sg KCP/Johnson/Kennard (draft)
Sf Harris/Bridges (draft)
CHI get Reggie Jackson , TJ Warren , Alex Len & 3rd pick from PHX
Sf Josh Jackson (3rd)/Warren
21 Mar 2017 12:07:28
That's a pretty awful return for Detroit. Bledsoe isn't that much of an upgrade over Jackson to warrant Drummond being traded for Lopez and a fringe lottery pick. Drummond although coming off a down year is still only 23 and among the top centers in the league with his rebounding ability and athleticism.
The value here is too good for PHX to pass up in my opinion. They would be fairly thin at pg although Ulis has played well recently and they'd still have the ability to make some moves especially if they used future picks to move some of the larger contracts like Chandler to clear cap space to get someone in FA. Butler is signed for two more seasons so I think that gives PHX enough time to try and build something around him especially with the organic growth of Booker and Drummond to compliment him well and form a big 3. They are getting both Drummond and Butler at immense discounts so why not role the dice and see what happens (they still keep 3 of their past lottery picks including Booker who looks like a future star) .
I personally think Chicago should try and move Butler to rebuild so I'm not against this type of move for them but I'd hope they could find a better return from Boston, Nuggets, Twolves or somebody else. 3rd pick is a good start and Warren has proven to be a solid complimentary wing scorer but Len although still young isn't that attractive to me after plateauing a bit and being due a large extension this summer. Jackson as well is an expensive guy who is in his prime so not sure he is the type of player I'd want on a rebuilding squad. Factoring that Bulls are also giving up their current 1st which is a lottery pick (More valuable than Warren or Len imo) and Lopez (a solid starting center who should have some trade value) I'd say this is too little for Bulls.
21 Mar 2017 12:09:08
Hahaha so oft injured Bledsoe. One pick. A role player. And a restricted free agent. For that you get a top 5 YOUNG big man and a top 15 player?
21 Mar 2017 14:09:07
DET would actually consider this. Drummond is becoming one of the most overrated assets in the league. People see the athleticism and potential but that was there 2 years ago too, he has actually got worse.
DET is 10.5 points better per 100 when he's OFF than on. He gives up the 3rd highest fg% in the paint in the nba. He is so inefficient in the post that he's actually more efficient from the free throw line. There's a reason they tried to move him at the deadline.
Upgrading pg, getting a Center who in some ways is an upgrade with a much smaller contract and a pick is not bad.
21 Mar 2017 20:51:09
Drummond isn't as good a rim protector as you'd expect but I wouldn't let a few stats paint him as a bad player. Stats never tell the full story. He is the Pistons most talented and valuable player. Pistons may very well be a better team without him but I don't think that changes the fact that he is only 23, an elite rebounder and has more trade value (value to another team) than this.
21 Mar 2017 21:46:00
Best rebounder in the NBA. 13th in be NBA in FG% (sooooo inefficient! ) . PER of 22. And he's only 23 years old. He might not be a superstar like AD, but he's a beast, and will only get better.
22 Mar 2017 05:37:49
Everyone bringing up only 23. Normally this would be true but he's actually gotten worse. Not only that but now you are dealing with a monster contract for a guy whose only value is rebounding. Then there's the fact that the game has changed so much, big men aren't worth it anymore, elite teams don't even have Centers really. You're better off just paying $8mm to a guy who will rebound and protect the rim (which Andre doesn't do) because that's all they are needed for today.
22 Mar 2017 13:41:36
23. You're wrong. Simple as that.
22 Mar 2017 16:55:45
Your hate for drummond is soon real 23.
Phx isn't giving up enough. I don't think that's really debatable.
Chicago also shouldn't need to give up thier first.
21 Mar 2017 00:02:00
NYK / LAL
Carmelo sounds like he wouldn't mind moving to LA this summer.
NYK - Tyler Ennis, Loul Deng, Julius Randle and 2017 first round pick via HOU (Lou Williams trade), 2018 2nd pick via CHI (Jose Calderon trade)
LAL - Carmelo Anthony
21 Mar 2017 07:11:41
Carmelo may not mind moving to LA but I don't think the Lakers would want him. He doesn't fit their rebuilding youth movement and would hurt the development of the youngsters by taking touches and shots from them (nor does offense project to be their issue) . I think Lakers will keep an eye on younger stars like Westbrook and George who have both expressed interest in coming to LA and will be FA in 2018. If this interest is serious I could see the Lakers shipping off a bunch of their young assets in order to build a star-studded Laker lineup like back in the day.
21 Mar 2017 12:10:46
Agreed. If he goes la, it's the clippers. Doubt he does. But would likely be a sign and trade for griffin. No clue why the clippers would do this though.
21 Mar 2017 12:18:50
The lakers are not giving up much value here (Randle being the only real piece), so the value's reasonable. That said, the Lakers don't make this deal and hold onto assets to trade for a younger star.
Knicks make a Melo trade to start the rebuild. Deng's contract does not help that, so Knicks are probably not interested either.
18 Mar 2017 18:25:07
Cut rondo sign Jeff teague 4 years deal
Let wade walk
Go for Paul milsap
Trade robin Lopez more cap space maybe Knicks for Courtney lee
Trade for monta Ellis as a back up SG
Bobby portis backs up milsap sign felico 4 years 10m then draft who even best players we can take fire hoidberg sign mark Jackson as coach.
18 Mar 2017 22:18:17
The old team didn't get any younger there. Wade might not walk unless he is willing to take less money because he ain't getting anything close to $24mm elsewhere.
19 Mar 2017 01:02:18
Gar Forman is that you?
19 Mar 2017 02:06:38
Robin Lopez to the Knicks? What, so that they can have a fifth center on the roster?
19 Mar 2017 04:37:46
These moves aren't completely unrealistic and would make the Bulls a better team but wouldn't make them a contender. For this reason I think they need to first reassess what they can get for Butler. Celtics are the no-brainer option and could put together offers the Bulls couldn't decline (allegedly C's not wanting to deal Crowder is what held up the deal) . Bulls should also try teams like Nuggets, Twolves and (although I think they are a long shot) the 76ers who at least have the assets to get him. Or maybe even teams like Blazers or Wizards who may want to give up their current sg (and other pieces) for a better more rounded one.
If they aren't able to deal Butler and do a true rebuild, retooling around new FA (Rondo and Wade didn't really work out) is their best chance at being something and getting Butler to stick around once his contract expires. The Lopez trade doesn't make sense for me since it wouldn't even free up that much cash (only like 2 mill and Lee's contract is a year longer) and Bulls need a center (Lopez is a solid starter) . Millsap although getting old has a play style that ages well and is still an all-star and probably the best FA that Bulls could realistically get (Galo would be my backup choice) . Teague is also another solid player (although George Hill and Jrue Holiday are probably higher on my list than him) . If Wade picked up his option that would complicate things a bit.
19 Mar 2017 15:47:32
Bulls need to blow up the team and start over.
And not with Jackson as their coach. They need a players coach, not an idiot coach.
Trade for young players with upsides and draft picks, and Boston is the first store on their shopping list to get those.
Reinsdorf is praying that D-Wade's elbow isn't serious because Wade won't opt out if it is and that will slow the process another year.
13 Mar 2017 17:09:23
Chicago gets Ricky Rubio, Zack LaVine, and Minnesota's 1 st ( top 3 protected)
Minnesota gets Jimmy Butler
Trade happens draft night after Minnesota makes selection
13 Mar 2017 19:19:41
If LaVine s knee checks out, bulls should do that in a heartbeat.
13 Mar 2017 22:18:08
Last offseason I believe Bulls wanted LaVine and the pick that became Dunn. This offer is fairly similar although twolves pick isn't good and LaVine tore his acl but Rubio helps make up some of that.
I think it's a solid offer for both sides assuming no longstanding issues with LaVine. ACL surgery has come a long way and LaVine is still young so I have faith he can return. Prior to the injury he was playing real well. Twolves pick will likely be in 10-12 range so they could add another solid piece where they should probably just go best available.
13 Mar 2017 22:34:21
Minnesota passes. The way Rubio has been playing, he has shown he is more valuable to Minnesota winning than people think.
This is the same argument from last year. Wiggins and Butler don't provide enough shooting for Towns down low.
14 Mar 2017 02:36:07
That Dunn pick was suppose to be 3rd pick and Boston drafted Brown who should have gone 6-8. And yes Bulls wanted that third pick but negotiations with C's and Bulls went sour.
14 Mar 2017 05:29:42
should Brown really have gone 6-8?
out of the top 10 picks him and murray are the only ones who have really shone this season all tho Simmons probably would have.
14 Mar 2017 07:15:30
Dunn and LaVine are worth less, but so is Butler, since he is only under contract for two years now.
14 Mar 2017 17:25:05
Wanna explain how Dunn, Lavine, And Butler are all worthless.? I'm waiting.
14 Mar 2017 19:10:01
It's always easy to say things after the fact, but prior to the draft that was where Brown was projected. Every team went What!
Why is Ainge picking him there. I for one said here 3 months ago that Brown was nothing more than a Jeff Green type of player, BOY! I was wrong. When he learns to power that ball through the paint with authority and not lose it coming up to the rim then he'll be the steal of last years draft.
15 Mar 2017 05:53:39
Brogdon is and will forever be the steal of the 2016 Draft.
15 Mar 2017 12:08:03
Hey Tyler, prob should read a bit better. He never said worthless. He said worth. less. As in they have diminished value either due to injury or short contract.
Reedin iz fundahmendal.
15 Mar 2017 18:54:31
He meant worthless, use context clues champ.
18 Mar 2017 03:15:44
He's a die hard wolves fan. Context clues eh?
Which makes more sense champ.
Butler, a top 20 player, and lavine, a top flight prospect, have less trade value due to an injury and a short contract. That's my take.
Yours. Same players. And this years number 5 pick have zero value. None. Worthless. Context clues bro.
Again. Read a bit closer. A space between words does alter words. Whoops. Champ.
19 Mar 2017 00:56:21
I thought I was extremely clear.
I said "worth less" and even explained that Butler is worth les now because his good contract is only two years now, not three. I didn't think I needed to explain that Dunn is worth lesbevause of his poor play, and LaVine is worth less because of his ACL tear.
19 Mar 2017 12:41:23
Shrink, clearly you don't understand what you meant. Tyler already told you your hidden context clues gave a different story. You find them to have zero value. Tyler caught you. Don't change your story now.
11 Mar 2017 10:25:14
Boston: J Butler+ P George
Chi: 1rnd pick 2017+ Crowder+ Zeller
Indy: J Brown+ Rozier+ 1rnd pick 18+ 1rnd pick 19 Memphis and Clippers
Boston receive two stars and can go all in for a title.
Chicago can draft Fullz and Crowder is a nice replacement for J Butler
Indy go's for a total rebuilt. They can draft Porter and maybe Ayton in the draft.
PF: M turner
Sf: J Brown
12 Mar 2017 09:17:06
George wants to play in LA.
And I think Bulls want more in return but I think a deal can be made and it will cost less than Heyward which would make it posible to sign another top quality player or trade for one.
11 Mar 2017 01:17:29
Lakers get Wade Melo Noah 57
Bulls get Deng Shumpert 32
Knicks get Clarkson Brewer Rondo
Cavs get Mosgov
Bulls gets quality return for aging Wade and counter productive Rondo.
Cavs bring back familiar player bc they lack front court depth
Nice mixture of quality experience and young talent
Knicks go back to defense. Clear cap space by releasing Rondo, offer Durant 4yr 160, Hayward 4yr 140 mil or Porter 4yr 120 mil per season nobody will match.
11 Mar 2017 09:34:25
Doubt the Lakers do this, but it could work.
I realy like this for NY.
It's not bad for the Bulls if they keep Butler, but they would only do this if Wade doesn't use his players option to become a free agent.
No sure what to think about Cleveland, It think they can do this if NY gives them a future draft pick.
11 Mar 2017 10:34:26
If lakers get their 1st rounder this year then their 2nd rounder goes to Orlando.
12 Mar 2017 00:44:01
Salary won't work for Cavs. Mozgov makes way too much for him to be worth getting back anyway.
That is a bad move for Bulls since they are taking back Deng's contract. They'd be better off waiving Rondo (contract not fully guaranteed) and hoping Wade walks (if not his 25M expiring can be valuable asset) then using their cap space (50+M) to sign FA where they could likely get better players than Shumpert and Deng.
Don't like the moves for the Lakers. They should try to develop the youngins this next season and then depending on how that turns out go all in after 2018 FA when they could potentially add Westbrook and George.
I like the deal for Knicks. They'd be wise to deal Melo asap.
12 Mar 2017 07:41:06
HELl no from lakers we don't want that rubbish man we are building for future.
12 Mar 2017 15:59:23
Melo Wade Noah > Deng Mosgov Clarkson Brewer how ever you spin it. Rubbish man lmao. None of Lakers core of young talent is being touched. Lakers have nice young core and you add 2-3 older stars. They can compete and appeal others. None of the younger star will come until they start winning. Wade and Melo will start the la trend. Wade for 1 yr and Melo Noah for 3 yr is far. Clarkson Mosgov Deng for 3yr.
10 Mar 2017 11:03:07
Bulls: J Parker+ E Turner+ 1rnd pick Bucks
Bucks: D Lillard
Portland: J Butler+Monroe+ T Maker
10 Mar 2017 13:22:45
No from Bulls, Parker's two major surgeries would concern me too much.
10 Mar 2017 03:53:50
Knicks get R.Jackson Harris Knight
Bulls get Melo Len (s&t) Bender 3rd
Suns get Butler Noah Grant
Detriot get Dudley Rondo-Release
Save money to resign Caldwell-Pope &and sign quality healthy PG
Suns could be dangerous playoff team
Bulls have plenty of pieces to win with now and develope plenty of players for the future.
Knicks move Melo to get rid of Noah
10 Mar 2017 04:52:39
Detroit is getting a bad return. The Bulls return is alright but probably not quite what they are looking for and I'm not a fan of paying Len what he'll likely command in FA.
If I'm Knicks I'd be all over that return for Melo (not sure if he'd want to go to Chicago) .
10 Mar 2017 04:56:03
As much as adding Butler would be nice, Phoenix says no.
10 Mar 2017 10:52:08
I can't see the Bulls doing this.
I like Butler going to the Suns
Detroit should get the NY pick.
08 Mar 2017 14:31:53
Finish 14th in west, get 3rd overall pick
Eric Bledsoe to CHI for Valentine, 16th overall pick, and 2019 lottery protected CHI 1st
Brandon Knight to Sacramento for WCS and 35th overall pick
3rd: Lonzo Ball (Celtics aren't letting go of Thomas just to get a rookie, I think they'll want Jackson)
16th: OG Anunoby
33rd: Alec Peters
35th: Josh Hart
52nd: Felipe Dos Ajos
Basically let everyone walk. Barbosa declines his option, Don't sign any RFA tender on Len, etc.
Sign Frank Mason as an undrafted FA
PG: Ball/ Ulis/ Mason
SG: Booker/ Valentine/ Hart
SF: Anunoby/ Warren/ Dudley
PF: Bender/ Chriss/ Peters
C: Chandler/ WCS/ Dos Ajos
Phoenix now has a desirable young core and plenty of cap room to work with.
08 Mar 2017 15:05:44
I don't really see a scenario where Fultz and Ball aren't the top two picks. Even for the Celtics, both of those guys have the size to guard the two so they can play with Thomas.
08 Mar 2017 15:16:18
If Fultz and Ball are off the board, then replace Ball with Dennis Smith.
08 Mar 2017 15:30:22
I don't think SAC is trading WCS for Knight.
09 Mar 2017 07:34:43
Surprised no one else commented on how terrible those trades are. Not getting WCS and a pick for almost as big of a fool on the court as Javale McGee. The other trade is even worse. Do you honestly believe you are going to get 3 (valentine rookie lottery pick) F'ing firsts for Bledsoe. That's a joke. Your projected picks are also wrong. Fultz and Ball number 1 for sure no matter what teams pick 1 and 2. Both have the ability to play 1 and 2 and ball is more than capable of playing the 3.
07 Mar 2017 23:36:02
Wolves get Lee O'Quinn Thomas
Knicks get Wade Rondo Hill
Bulls get Rubio Noah swap rights picks with ny
Wolves get great value for Rubio
Bulls get Rubio at cost of Noah but save 7.
Knicks move valuable pieces to Noah
08 Mar 2017 02:38:24
If I'm Knicks I don't think its worth moving Noah at that price since I don't think they have a shot at getting CP3 and he is the only one who could turn them into a more serious threat. Without CP3 I think they should be focused on building around Porzingis and should use their draft pick to get a young pg in the draft (Ntilikina or Fox) .
If LaVine proved one thing its that he isn't a good point and is much better suited at sg. Fox would be a poor selection for Twolves as he is another player who isn't a threat from the perimeter and a bit redundant with Dunn's skillset. They'd be much better off going after Jonathon Issac who is a versatile forward who could play the 3 or 4 stretch the floor and provide solid defense with one of highest upsides in the draft (also bust potential but Twolves have enough talent already I think its worth the risk) .
Not sure how keen Bulls would be to take back Noah's contract especially if they decide to keep Butler. They'll have over 50mill cap space if they waive Rondo and Wade declines his player option so they could get a max player and another very good player to go with Butler. I don't think Wizards will let Porter go anywhere (he is a restricted FA) . Getting Noah and swap for Knicks pick could be the right move if they plan on moving Butler as well as they'd add another high level prospect to the mix and won't have a real need for much cap space during a rebuild.
08 Mar 2017 06:08:57
I forget Rubio yikes
Rubio/ Payne/ Canaan
Butler/ Valentine/ Grant
Batum-6th/ Bridges-11th/ Zipser
Portis/ Mirotic/ Felicio
Lopez/ Noah/ Lauvergne.
05 Mar 2017 01:47:09
Celtics-Bulls offseason trade
Celtics get Jimmy Butler, Isaiah Canaan, and #16 pick
Bulls get Avery Bradley, Terry Rozier, #1 pick, rights to Ante Zizic, Clippers 2017 2nd, and Clippers 2019 1st.
05 Mar 2017 10:55:24
Celtics not doing it.
05 Mar 2017 13:05:39
The Bulls missed their chance to get a huge haul from the Celtics at the trade deadline because Chicago couldn't figure out what it wanted to do. Boston would still be interested this summer, but not for that deal. Nets 2018 No. 1 plus Bradley probably is the most Celtics would offer, and I'm not sure they'd go even that far.
05 Mar 2017 15:02:09
Wouldn't go that far? Bradley is an FA at the end of next year, and if the Bulls don't/ can't retain him, the Bulls get absolutely ripped off in a Butler for 2018 pick deal Supercollider.
Also, while the Bulls sat on the fence about Butler, I believe it was your GM that played the biggest game of "I want him, I want him not" at the deadline.
07 Mar 2017 18:01:48
Triangle Ainge tried but had an asking price no one wanted to meet. It was the Bulls who were undecided on what to do.
04 Mar 2017 15:48:22
Trade: 1rnd pick 17 Nets+ I Thomas+ Zeller
receive: D Lillard+ 1rnd pick Portland (Draft Monk)
Trade: McCollum+ Lillard+ 1rnd pick 2017
receive:: J Butler+ I Thomas+ 1rnd pick Denver (Draft Giles)
Trade: J Butler
receiven:Mudiay+ Zeller+ 1rnd pick Nets (Draft Fullz or Ball)
trade: Mudiay+ 1rnd pick 17
04 Mar 2017 17:20:31
Hate the return for Portland. IT is an expiring contract that will command big bucks and getting close to 30. Denver is getting a steal as well.
07 Mar 2017 18:03:30
IT is 27.
03 Mar 2017 12:54:17
1) Boston- Utah
Boston: D Favors
Utah: C Zeller+ 1rnd pick Memphis 19 and Clippers 19
Boston: J Butler
Chicago: J Brown+ Bradley+Rozier+ 1rnd pick Nets 18+ 1rnd pick Boston 18+ 1rnd pick Boston 2020
sign K Durant
resign: Jerebko and A Johnson
C:Favors/ A Johnson
PF: Horford/ Jerebko
SF: K Durant/ Crowder
Sg: J Butler/ M Smart
Pg: I thomas/ Fullz
03 Mar 2017 14:09:47
03 Mar 2017 17:16:45
How would any of that work with money.
03 Mar 2017 18:53:34
it did work on the trademachine
And boston is going to have 44 million in capspace.
03 Mar 2017 19:28:28
They would not have 44 million in Cap space by adding Favors. Zeller has an expiring contract, but by trading for Favors, that adds an extra 12 million on the books for next year. The Butler trade essentially keeps money the same. Fultz would have a 7 million dollar cap hold as well. Celtics would likely have about 20 million in cap space, which is not enough to sign Kevin Durant.
04 Mar 2017 10:28:28
Zeller has a contract for one more year, so i think Boston has 30 M left for signing KD.
24 Feb 2017 16:57:57
NYK- Chris Paul
LAC- Courtney Lee, 2017 6th pick.
NYK- Dwayne Wade
CHI- Wesley Matthews, Mindaugas Kuzminskas, 2019 NYK 1st (top 5 protected)
DAL- Joakim Noah, 2018 CHI 2nd
PG- Chris Paul
SG- Malik Monk
SF- Carmelo Anthony/Lance Thomas
PF- Kristaps Porzingis/Kyle O'Quinn
C- Joakim Noah/Willy Hernangomez
24 Feb 2017 17:09:27
Why woul Dallas do this?
They can take bad contracts and rebuilt, but give them atleast the NY pick (unprotected) and Kuzminskas
And why would NY give anything for D Wade? He can become a free agent and they shouldn't trade him if he asked 25 Million.
And they should only trade for CP3 without a sign and trade. They need this years pick get a talented young player.
24 Feb 2017 17:11:03
you traded Noah and your 2017 1st, they shouldn't be in the lineup.
24 Feb 2017 19:19:07
Sorry meant Wade not Monk.
24 Feb 2017 19:26:10
This is garbage.
24 Feb 2017 20:55:52
No interest from Dallas in Noah, actually, no interest in Noah by anyone who isn't that moron Phil Jackson.
If the Knicks are looking at building around Zinger, why would the Knicks give up younger assets (picks, Kuz) for two older players who are just starting to decline. Instead of one Melo, now you have three.
23 Feb 2017 19:12:36
Thunder get: doug mgdermout gibson
bulls get: payne syngler roberson 2nd round pick
23 Feb 2017 19:18:30
plz share what u think of this trade above.
23 Feb 2017 20:02:36
Great trade for the thunder. Personally think that okc got the best two players.
23 Feb 2017 20:37:19
Another well executed trade by okc. Payne is trash and they got value in return while someone thinks he still has potential.
23 Feb 2017 18:10:30
Last second five-team monster trade idea:
Clippers in: E. Mudiay, G. Harris, J. Brown, K. Faried, A. Johnson, T. Zeller, R. Rondo, 2017 Nuggets 1st, 2017 Celtics 1st (with swap rights), and 2018 Nets 1st
Clippers out: C. Paul, B. Griffin, D. Jordan, R. Felton, B. Bass, and A. Anderson
Bulls in: A. Bradley, W. Chandler, D. Favors, R. Felton, B. Diaw 2017 Jazz 1st, and 2017 Warriors 1st
Bulls out: J. Butler, T. Gibson and R. Rondo
Celtics in: J. Butler and D. Jordan
Celtics out: A. Bradley, A. Johnson, T. Zeller, J. Brown, 2017 Celtics 1st (with swap rights), 2018 Nets 1st
Nuggets in: G. Hill, B. Griffin, and A. Anderson
Nuggets out: E. Mudiay, G. Harris, W. Chandler, K. Faried, and 2017 Nuggets 1st
Jazz in: Chris Paul, T. Gibson, and B. Bass
Jazz out: G. Hill, D. Favors, B. Diaw, 2017 Warriors 1st, and 2017 Jazz 1st
23 Feb 2017 18:48:25
Can't follow this.
23 Feb 2017 21:26:58
I stopped reading after 5 team trade.
23 Feb 2017 17:05:48
Bulls trade butler
Lakers trade Ingram clarkson