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19 Jan 2017 14:58:26

Lakers get Bismack Biyombo, Jodie Meeks, and CJ Watson

Magic get Timofey Mozgov, Lou Williams, and Jose Calderon

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19 Jan 2017 13:59:58
Lakers get: Rudy Gay (Post injury), Willie Cauley-Stein, and Affalo.

Kings get: Luol Deng and Lou Williams

Lakers get to hand SF over to Ingram, but still have a veteran for next year with only 1YR left on his deal. Also get to see if WCS is the Center of the future. Affalo gives wing depth since Rudy won't play this year.

Kings get Deng who will actually play rest of year (unlike Gay) and he is signed for 3 more seasons. Lou gives them a scoring punch that is lacking in backcourt and w/ out Rudy.

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19 Jan 2017 14:59:14
Kings shouldn't do this but who knows with them trying to make the playoffs (I don't see the accomplishment in extending season a few more games to get destroyed by Warriors) . The fact that Deng is signed for 3 more years is a bad thing and Gay as an expiring contract is a good thing. Lou Williams isn't on as bad of a contract so it isn't quite as bad. This would be a win-now sort of move which is stupid for a team like the Kings who basically only have Cousins. It also would hinder their ability to potentially add a FA (there should be plenty available who are better than Deng at possibly a cheaper price and who are younger) .

This would be a complete steal for the Lakers. They somehow dump Deng's contract for an expiring contract, add a young defensive center, get Afflalo who is an expiring contract all for giving up Deng (who should have very negative trade value with mediocre stats, a big contract and 31 yr old) and Lou Williams who should have solid value to a team trying to win but who Lakers would probably like to move to get more shots for their young guys (and increase their chances of keeping their pick)

19 Jan 2017 13:51:09
Philly: B Hield
NO: Noel+ LA pick

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19 Jan 2017 15:25:30
Sixers pass I think. This draft class looks. A lot better then wat heild has brung to the table. And heild is also already 23. Ppl forget but that's older the Noel and half the 2014 NBA draft class.

I'd do Noel for him. But not the lakers pick too.

19 Jan 2017 15:45:28
I love it for Nola but I think its a bit of an overpay for 76ers. Hield is already 23 and hasn't shown much thus far (Major reason Nola drafted him was they thought being older he'd be able to contribute right away) . I haven't watched him in NBA enough to understand why cause he isn't even shooting that well and that is one thing that usually carries over from college. I rather just draft Malik Monk (best shooter in upcoming draft) who should be available with Lakers pick and try to move Noel in another deal (Nola would be a good landing place but they don't have any other intriguing assets for Philly really)

19 Jan 2017 13:12:19
So a P. J. Tucker trade is getting a lot traction, so I'd thought I'd compile a list of what some of these interested teams would have to give up to get Tucker.

Clippers: Luc Mbah a Moute, Brice Johnson, Alan Anderson
Bulls: Denzel Valentine, Isaiah Canaan, Paul Zipser
Cavaliers: Richard Jefferson, Chris Anderson, Jordan Mcrae
T-Wolves: Brandon Rush, 2018 2nd
Hawks: Mike Scott, Malcolm Delaney
Knicks: Lance Thomas, more favorable of CHI and HOU 2017 2nd


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19 Jan 2017 16:00:06
I don't think non playoff teams would have much interest in Tucker so I'd rule out Twolves and Knicks (they look set to implode with Melo fiasco) .

The Bulls and Clippers offers are the most intriguing but I'm not sure either would give up their first round picks from last year for him. I don't think Tuckers value is much higher than a 2nd round pick and a filler guy that is younger than Tucker.

19 Jan 2017 10:15:57
Sixers and Magic

Sixers get Hezonja, Lakers future 1st, Orl 2nd 2017

Magic get the later 1st of Sixers and lakers 2017

Sixers get Hezonja who is still some what unknown due to lack of playing time as Magic have Fournier and tend to play Hezonja at sf which while he has the size he is better suited to sg his ability to drive and space the floor would benefit the Sixers he's not the best defender but his 6'8 size should help him cover sg's. Sixers need Guards theirs loads pg's in this draft which they can use their pick on but the best sg is a 6'2 Monk who could be a risk if he can't match up to the bigger sg of the NBA. They get a 2nd to draft and stash or add high potential backup and a future Lakers pick which looks like it will be a 1st and could help as trade bait or to continue to build round their core.

Magic are at the crossroads unless they can trade for a star they might be better taking a step back and adding some more youth at positions of needs Gordon is still real young so won't effect him while he's still developing but he is still better suited at Pf, They should draft a sf say Issac or Tatum and best pg available as Payton seems to play better off the bench but with out any stars it will be tough to make a leap.

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19 Jan 2017 11:24:19
Is this a draft day deal? Only way it makes sense.

19 Jan 2017 12:12:11
It would probs be best for Sixers if it was a deadline deal as it would mean they could give Hezonja mins to bond with team and if Simmons joins them after all star means if Sixers and Lakers continue to improve the pick Magic get could be a late lottery.
But for the Magic it would probs be best a draft night trade as they would know where the pick would be.

19 Jan 2017 12:37:43
I think its solid for 76ers and a smart move for Orlando. Only issue is Orlando has been doing the complete opposite of "taking a step back and adding youth". They foolishly dealt Tobias Harris (for nothing) and Oladipo and their first last year (Sabonis) for Ibaka who will probably leave in free agency.

19 Jan 2017 13:12:41
Skiles had Harris moved and brought two of his former players which all back fired hence him stepping down. Now they've risked everything in the hope Gordon could play sf which doesn't suit his game he can guard sf but in terms of offence he's better suited at Pf where he's strong and fast enough to hold his own.
Even though they were bad deals Harris and Oladipo really haven't got any better. Magic need a star either trade for one or draft one but either way if you can't compete with the top teams then your still building and should be looking for assets.

19 Jan 2017 15:29:29
Naaa philly can't risk that yet. Play the la pick may not transfer this year again. In which philly loses their pick entirely for what henjoza who play a whopping 8 minutes a night and a puts up a per of 6. No way he has any real value right now.

19 Jan 2017 05:42:50
OKC Thunder moves

1. Trade for Blake Griffin
Thunder get Griffin and Pierce
Clippers get Kanter, Roberson, rights to Daniel Hamilton, 2019 2nd

2. Trade for PJ Tucker
Suns get Singler, Huestis, and Boston 2018 2nd

3. Call up Dakari Johnson

Pg Westbrook-Payne-Christon
Sg Oladipo-Abrines-Morrow
Sf Grant-Tucker-Pierce
Pf Griffin-Sabonis-Collison
C Adams-Lauvergne-Johnson

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19 Jan 2017 10:14:38
Griffin trade is just bad.

19 Jan 2017 11:26:28
Sure, and Grant and Morrow should be able to net you LeBron. That Griffin trade is so bad that it's laughable.

19 Jan 2017 12:36:56
Any deal by the LAC involving Paul Pierce will only be made to the Celtics.

19 Jan 2017 12:43:38
Ya Griffin trade is pretty bad value. Even if Blake Griffin said he'd never resign in LA I rather have him the rest of the season and get the cap relief of his expiring contract so I could go after Ibaka, Millsap or another FA than to take on Kanter's salary and I believe Roberson is up for restricted FA this summer too.

19 Jan 2017 23:01:07
Suns decline that!

19 Jan 2017 03:33:43

BK sends B. lopez-B. Bogdanovic

BCK send Monroe-Thon Maker-2017 1st rounder plus a 2018 2nd rounder protected. depending on how far they advanced in 2017 playoff

BK get two youngster and a avg. center they are looking to get rid of

Bcks get good scoring center and a shooter

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19 Jan 2017 12:50:41
I like Lopez to the Bucks and more shooters wouldn't hurt the Bucks. Its not a bad trade but if I'm the Bucks I'm not sure I'd trade Maker yet since his upside is through the roof. I'd give up Vaughn and a 2018 first (they should be pretty good next year once Middleton is healthy and especially if they got Lopez) before I gave up Maker who most likely will be a dud but his upside is too great and for a team like the Bucks who hit lotto on Giannis and also have Parker I think their future is bright enough they can afford to take risks.

19 Jan 2017 03:21:52
Trade deadline deal if Detroit wants to blow it up

Pelicans - Reggie Jackson, Tobias Harris

Pistons - Tyreke Evans (Expiring) Solomon Hill, Jrue Holiday (Expiring), unprotected 1st Round

Pels secure their starting lineup while pistons clear contracts and gain extra 1st rounder

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19 Jan 2017 13:38:22
Is there talk of Detroit wanting to blow it up? They are a pretty young team and although they probably haven't improved the way many thought they would after making playoffs last season. Although the Pelicans pick should be pretty good I like them sticking with who they have or else they'd end up like the Pelicans are now, one star and nobody around him

19 Jan 2017 00:24:31
Thunder get Carmelo Anthony

Knicks get Enes Kanter, Cameron Payne, Andre Roberson, and 2017 OKC 1st

Pf. D. Sabonis/ J. Grant
Sf. C. Anthony/ A. Abrines
C. S. Adams/ J. Leveargne
Sg. V. Oladipo/ A. Morrow
Pg. R. Westbrook/ S. Christon

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19 Jan 2017 00:50:14
No thanks from OKC

19 Jan 2017 02:23:08
If okc wants to contend with superteams, they need a legit 2nd scoring option. Oladipo is a good 3rd option but not 2nd.

19 Jan 2017 02:53:19
That's a pretty interesting trade proposal if you're the Thunder. Pairing Carmelo with Westbrook would be interesting.

19 Jan 2017 06:43:18
You think Carmelo would be willing to accept that Westbrook is the #1 option? And also OKC can not trade their 2017 1st so make it a future 2nd

19 Jan 2017 07:34:02
melo has a no trade clause. And Lala is NOT moving to Oklahoma City

19 Jan 2017 00:01:15
Pelicans - Harrison Barnes

Mavs - Tyreke Evans, Solomon Hill, top 10 protected 1st

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19 Jan 2017 00:50:34
How about top 5 protected 1st, then it would be a deal


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