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27 Dec 2019 06:31:01
76ers get Frank Ntilikina

Knicks get Bolden, Milton and the Mavs 2020 2nd round pick

This gives Philly more depth for the playoffs and a player who can be the backup PG for the future.

Knicks get a pick in the 40ies and two young projects who might get rotational players in the future.


1.) 27 Dec 2019 13:26:24
Portis Trier Ellington
Horford Korkmaz Milton.



19 Nov 2019 14:55:16
Heat - OKC

Heat get Gallinari and Patton

OKC gets Leonard, Waiters and a 1st round pick


1.) 19 Nov 2019 19:15:08
Miami is not giving up ANOTHER 1st round pick any time soon. Especially someone on an expiring deal.

2.) 19 Nov 2019 23:34:19
As previously stated, Okc isn't going to do anything to help Miami get better as they have two of Miami's first round picks in the next few years. It would be illogical and Presti is too smart to do that. Plus, OKC already had Waiters and let him go for a reason.

3.) 20 Nov 2019 19:27:18
OKC isn't offering anything that's first round pick worthy. Miami isn't going for that.



12 Oct 2019 04:41:27
I also want to contribute an Adams trade. I didn't like any posted so far because everyone is sending OKC bad contracts and not enough value.

Clippers get Adams

OKC gets Harkless, Robinson, Zubac and the 2020 1st round Pick (Top 26 protected - if it doesn't convey OKC gets 2 2nd rounders)

Clippers get a massive upgrade at Center without losing much depth.

OKC gets young talent, cap relieve and a highly protected Pick.

Your thoughts?


1.) 12 Oct 2019 10:30:59
Ps, he’s a solid player, but he’s overpaid. He isn’t an elite shot blocker, he doesn’t spread the floor and he isn’t a high end offensive player. There aren’t many teams that need centers and there a re significantly cheaper options with only slightly less production. Then you have some bigs that are going to cost a little more, but are better that could shake loose like Griffin, Love and Aldridge. It’s going to be hard to a team that is willing to give up something like you’re suggesting. It’s not impossible, but it’s not like there will be a ton of bidders and there will be other options.

2.) 12 Oct 2019 13:42:52
Clippers may be wating for the buyout market to get a big. Say Whiteside if he is traded from Portland once Nurkic recovers.

Also curious if same package could pull Drummond if Detroit is not a playoff team.

3.) 12 Oct 2019 18:09:58
Or Gasol from Toronto.

4.) 13 Oct 2019 04:07:10
You're not getting Drummond for this. Gasol yes, because he's 34 and expiring. Clippers might want a Center for a longer time frame.

5.) 13 Oct 2019 21:23:46
Gasol has expirience playing with Kawhi.



12 Jul 2019 09:18:04
Wizards -OKC

Wizards want to stay relevant and want to keep Beal:

Wizards get CP3

OKC get Wall, 2022 and 2024 unprotected 1st rounders




20 Jun 2019 16:14:47
Timberwolves - Pels - 76ers

Send Pick 11 and Covington
Get Hill and Pick 4

Send Pick 4 Hill
Get J. Simmons (release), J. Bolden, Pick #11, Pick #24 and 2020 OKC 1

Send Simmons, Bolden, Picks #24 and 2020 OKC 1st rounder
Get Covington


1.) 20 Jun 2019 17:11:01
This is a terrible idea for Minnesota. Chances are, Covington is better that whoever they would take at 4 anyway. Then you add in the 11th pick and have to take on Hill.

Just bad all around for Minnesota.

2.) 20 Jun 2019 17:49:53
Unless minny needs a pg.

3.) 20 Jun 2019 20:54:06
Teague and re-sign Tyus Jones.




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01 Feb 2019 14:56:35
As Shamet is balling in Philly right now and the Lakers looking for shooting, I think Philly might be ready to part ways with Redick.

What would it cost to get him?


1.) 01 Feb 2019 17:55:14
Not much. But the sixers aren't trading reddick. The sixers already have a SERIOUS depth issue, trade away redick and the sixers are one ankle sprain away from major issues.



18 Jun 2018 23:52:47
76ers, Spurs, Warriors

76ers get Beal

Wizards get Leonard, Pick #10

Spurs get TLC, Covington, McConnell, Oubre, Pick #15, Pick #26


1.) 19 Jun 2018 01:33:50
Leonard rumors say not expect a trade if any until mid-july.

2.) 19 Jun 2018 03:29:05
The sixers would not give up that much just to put Kawhi in their conference.

3.) 19 Jun 2018 01:49:14
Spurs need tenth pick too.




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19 Nov 2019 21:08:17
Honestly I really like the idea. Simmons could also play in the front court with Zion as a small ball Center like Green. That could be a really nice roster in NO. Defense would also be outstanding
But idk if the Sixers would consider this, most likely not.




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19 Nov 2019 13:17:19
I really like the trade for both teams. The Bulls just give up one valuable asset, the 1st round pick. If they can't get AD, they can replace Satoransky with another FA on the same level. So the risk is very low, as they can keep the young core. So it doesn't set back the team 3 years @Fredman.

OKC gets one more 1st rounder and can also trade Satoransky to a contender who needs a PG.

Overall a really good proposal imo! @usa.




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14 Nov 2019 22:01:39
So the Warriors give up D'Lo, Thompson and WCS to get Hayward.

Why not adding Curry and 3 1st rounders plus two pick swaps going to the Celtics and Wolves. Maybe they also could use Green.




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14 Nov 2019 11:34:45
I think Bamba, Gordon and Isaac are off the table.
A package of Fultz, Fournier and a pick swap is realistic. I don't think the Spurs could get more.




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04 Nov 2019 19:58:37
@JoeB: So if I don't see Hayward playing up to a max contract I'm a hater?! That's a special take.

I saw him play 3 times already. Yes, he's better than last year, but his D is average and offensively he's good. But also player like Covington or Porter are on that level. So why should Toronto overpay for a good roleplayer on a bad contract. Everybody here is saying OKC has to add picks while taking on bad contracts to get rid of CP3 who's playing better so far, so where comes the big difference from? And also nobody of you told me how the deal helps Torontos big man rotation, especially in the PO and next season after adding the 34 million of Hayward?





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