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25 Nov 2019 18:04:10
Orl- Bos

Orlando sends Fournier (18.7 PER)and Vucevic (22.3 PER)

Boston sends Hayward (22.1 PER) and Smart (14.4 PER).

Must wait until Vooch is trade eligible. Both Hayward and Vooch our injured at the moment.

Boston picks up size and shooting and Orlando picks up a more natural 3 that can play make.


1.) 25 Nov 2019 21:31:11
Hayward, Tatum, Walker and Smart are probably not going to be tarded under any circumstances. Anyone else, including Brown, could probably be had for the right price.

2.) 25 Nov 2019 21:35:22
Boston would have to add a 1st Rd pick at least.

3.) 25 Nov 2019 21:36:41
Celtics aren't trading Smart. He's the heart and soul of the team, on a very favorable contract.



05 Nov 2019 23:15:11
Orlando -SAS

Gordon, Bamba, Frazier


DeRozan, 2nd rounder

Orlando needs go-to offense while Spurs are playing more at pace and need some frontline youth.

DeRozan's contract at age 30 is tough to swallow, but a more natural fit next to Isaac at the 3.


1.) 06 Nov 2019 11:42:18
Gordon has been heavily marketed in ORL, so casual fans think he is a star. He is unlikely to be traded, simply because he sells tickets in Orlando, and is worth more to the Magic than he would be to other teams.

2.) 06 Nov 2019 13:20:32
Shrink- true but bamba issac and their rookie all need minutes at pf. Gordon is the one guy that should go.

3.) 06 Nov 2019 18:56:12
Gordon + Ross for Russell?



14 Oct 2019 23:01:30
Orlando- San Antonio

Derrick White and Marco Belinelli


Jonathan Issac, Melvin Frazier, and a 2nd rounder (or even protected first).

Better roster balance for both teams with high level prospects going both ways?




08 Sep 2019 12:52:03

Aaron Gordon, Melvin Frazier


Kent Bazemore, Anfernee Simons

Portland wouldn't have to use Zach Collins at the 4. Plus Gordon doesn't need to ball in his hands and is a versatile defender.

Orlando gets backcourt depth and upside with Simons in case Fultz experiment doesn't come to fruition. Bazemore's expiring also offers cap relief.

Portland gets best player, Orlando gets better balance and cap flexibility.


1.) 08 Sep 2019 13:46:07
Not enough from pirtland.

2.) 08 Sep 2019 14:16:20
You’d need to add a first and probably more.

3.) 08 Sep 2019 15:18:10
Aaron gordon is not worth what you are asking for. not only that . portland would hang up the phone laughing at you. besides we got Collins who is on the rise. another dumb fan that doesn't know basketball having a wet dream.

4.) 08 Sep 2019 15:52:00
and something that we don't need from Orlando.

5.) 08 Sep 2019 17:12:36
David Cone, really? Gordon is a 24 year old borderline allstar that can defend, pass and score off ball. He’s also locked up for 3 more years on a team friendly deal and plays a position that position of need. Not to mention that he has the size and athleticism to guard guys like Lebron and Kawhi. If 5 years from now Simons was half as good as Gordon, the Blazers would be thrilled and you’d still have to make a choice between him and McCollum. Bazemore is just a solid role player.

6.) 08 Sep 2019 18:14:47
Portland values Simons incredibly high right now. I think maybe something like Little and a first probably makes more sense. I don’t think they’d include more if they had to include Simons.

7.) 09 Sep 2019 15:56:39
That said, Davidcone is ridiculous. Gordon is exactly what Portland needs. Collins isn't doing what Gordon can do. Heck, they'd probably make a great pair at 4 and 5. And the offer isn't ridiculous (unless you want Simons, Collins, and a first for Gordon) .

8.) 10 Sep 2019 17:36:22
What are you talking about BMiller? Gordon scored more point on the set of Uncle Drew than he has in the NBA.

9.) 13 Sep 2019 20:17:11
Gordon already looks as if he's close to his peak. He's a good player and I think he would be a good fit on Portland but I think Portland is too in love with Simons to give him up for a guy who is not going to make the team significantly better this season.



21 Dec 2018 22:05:17
Can't see either team doing anything right now, but if Portland slumped before the deadline, who would say no:

Orlando gets McCullom and Aminu
Portland gets Gordon and Ross


Helps balance both teams in the long-term?


1.) 21 Dec 2018 23:38:55
I can't see Orlando trading Gordon unless they get a good young PG and probably a high 1st this draft.

2.) 21 Dec 2018 23:40:01
This is so bad and so Orlando homerish. If it wasn't Portland you were shortchanging I wouldn't care nearly as much. Ross finally showed up this season to earn his 10 mil and he is good now? Gordon has looked horrible on offense all year. How much of that is due to winning games to sacrifice his #'s I am not sure. McCollum is worth double both guys right now to Portland easy. Collins looks better than Gordon this season.

3.) 22 Dec 2018 01:16:40
The Blazers could get more for McCollum alone.

4.) 22 Dec 2018 03:20:02
Gordon needs to go. He is overpaid and not consistent at all. I hate him taking minutes from bamba and issac. I hope Ross, vuc, Simmons and Gordon all get traded.




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15 Sep 2018 01:52:24
Seems as though Phoenix and Orlando both need starting point guards. Can't imagine anyone is desperate to give up their starters, but top line back ups like Cory Joseph, Delon Wright, Shaun Livingston,or Patrick Beverly might be attainable. My question is if you'd rather have a package including Vucevic and/or Jonathan Simmons or if Phoenix's combo of T.J. Warren and/or T. Chandler is more appealing?


1.) 15 Sep 2018 02:38:42
I would rather have the Phoenix combo only because Warren is signed to a long term deal at a reasonable amount. Chandler is used up and not worth much. If you could be assured of Vucevic re-signing, the Orlando pair is better.

I believe that Patty Mills is also a top line backup who is experienced and has started before. Spurs have a couple of young guards who could replace Mills without much loss so they might be willing to deal him.

Any of the backup PGs you mentioned should be considered short term help until an upgrade can be acquired or developed.




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17 Oct 2019 19:23:25
KAT is good, even great. but 5 first rounders plus three young high first rounders? That is essentially 8 first rounders? Minnesota is not getting that much for KAT.




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06 Oct 2019 19:47:53
Are you implying that Bamba is only worth a second rounder? Because Vooch and Lowry are both all-stars and essentially a wash. Why would Orlando want to leave itself with only a third string center?




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24 Sep 2019 07:33:43
Not bad, but still feels like not enough for Minnesota. Maybe shift the third 1st rounder to them? Feels like a bug drop from KAT to Ayton AND Covington to Oubre. Feels like the Warriors might still be willing to trade 1 starter for three (even without the pick) .




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07 May 2019 22:48:40
Magic give up three starters for three bench players?




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26 Jan 2019 12:00:39
Boston can’t bring in $28 million and only send out $8 million?





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