06 Apr 2020 14:48:04
Since 4 team trade are not easy (for some of us):

1. Trade:
NYK: 1st 2025 of Dallas unprotected
DAL: 1st 2023 of Dallas (was top 10 protected)

2. Trade at draftday:
CHI: WCS, THJ, Jackson, Brunson, 1 & 1nd 2020
DAL: Carter Jr. Young, Satoransky, Dunn

3. Trade at draftday:
CHI: Drummond
CLE: Hardaway, 2nd 2020 of Mavs

4. Trade
DEN: Young, Satoransky, 1st 2023 of Mavs
DAL: Harris

Voila - voila - voila - voila

P.S. For amateures: THJ & WCS are trade and extend deals.

1.) 06 Apr 2020
06 Apr 2020 15:23:18
Sign and trades are not allowed in combination with other players involved in deal!?

2.) 06 Apr 2020
06 Apr 2020 15:49:35
Viola, 4 one sided trades for the Mavs.

3.) 06 Apr 2020
06 Apr 2020 17:47:23
1. NYK exchanges a top 10 protected 1st 2023 with a not protected 2025.
> One sided? Maybe Knicks have to send an additional 2nd?

2. Bulls have a full CAP. But do not win. The starting 5 doesn`t fit or click. Simple Markannen and Carter Jr do not work at the same time. To pair a true Center with Markkanen may be much easier than to find a player that fits well with the PF (C) that Carter Jr. is one. He is to small as a Center but not athletic and fast enoungh for a PF - but he is strong, can defend and score inside and open spots. Beside Prozingis he may fit much better. In addition Bulls get #18 and #31 in 2020, Brunson and Jackson and WCS as young players that where selected at 1st round AND Drummond, that may fit well with Markkanen since Drummond is a rim protector and Markkanen not.
> IT is also a balanced trade BUT if Bulls want Carter Jr. as a building block, they simply will trade Markkanen (what I do not believe) .

3. CLE has traded a late 2dn for Drummond. Now they get Hardaway that scorers well and more then 40% form behind the arc by improved defense. What need CLE to send to DAL in addition that people do not think it is one sided and CLE gets to much?

4. DEN tried to trade Harris in the winter. Harris is a bench player scoring 10 ppg and less than 40per at that point BUT he is a good defender and has upside if he starts new somewhere else. DEN gets another SG that can score at least 10 ppg coming form the bench AND a 14 ppg Young that is a great defender at forward for the SAME money as Harris and also 3y left AND a first when that two contracts expire. DEN gets better now and gets a first in 3y. But they send a player with upside that could become better again. > It is a very balanced trade that DEN would agree anytime.

Since Mavs ask for the trade they give a little bit more and of overall balanced trades - if you are not a blind, frustrated guy.

4.) 06 Apr 2020
06 Apr 2020 19:01:07
There’s no reason for the Knicks to prefer a pick further out. The protection likely doesn’t matter because the Mavs will still have Luka and be good.

Carter is really good and only 21. They’re not accepting a late first and a young back up guard for him.

Hardaway is just a volume scorer that does nothing to help the Cavs young core develop and probably gets in their way. He has no value to the Cavs. They just traded for Drummond, why would they trade him for a late 2nd?

The Nuggets are looking to win a title and they’re already to deep to give everyone minutes, why would they trade a starter for a late first and bench pieces? They’re much more likely to try and put together a package to add another star than do the opposite.

5.) 06 Apr 2020
06 Apr 2020 22:05:52
What is a "trade and extend" deal? There is no such thing in the CBA. Nice job just making something up.

Once a player signs and extension, a 6-month no-trade restriction is put into place. Why? To prevent GMs from doing the exact thing you are trying to do.

6.) 06 Apr 2020
06 Apr 2020 22:40:16
I would like so much to work with pros!

Harris was a starter 2 year ago. Barton starts since a year. Harris was coming back of a long injury break and played the last month a backup role when he scored 10 ppg by bad percentage.

He has upside and can defend. But as you told us, Denver wants to win now! Therefore they need a good backup guard an also a good forward share Millups minutes since he becomes older, Young would be a perfact match for Denver and Satoransky a perfect backup wing.

7.) 07 Apr 2020
07 Apr 2020 01:32:38
Why doesn't WCS just opt out and get signed by Chicago as a FA?

8.) 07 Apr 2020
07 Apr 2020 07:33:52
CHI doesn't have CAP and in CBA there is really a extend and trade feasibility what you can enrole to contract options as well. If y a pro. ;)

9.) 07 Apr 2020
07 Apr 2020 07:35:13
To consider: THJ and WCS need to agree and the trade must also become announced before y extend.

10.) 07 Apr 2020
07 Apr 2020 11:56:39
So another team is going to be allowed to talk to players who are pending Player Options about signing extensions (which is essentially a new contract) while they still belong to Dallas? Wow, tamper much?

11.) 07 Apr 2020
07 Apr 2020 20:34:35
Ummmm, Chicago currently has $9 mil in cap space for next year (assuming that Porter opts in) and that is not even counting MLEs) . They can offer him more than the $2.3 mil if they want to.