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07 Aug 2019 11:11:24

To Pistons: Gallinari + Adams

To Thunder: Drummond + Jackson + Brown

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07 Aug 2019 11:53:26
What is the benefit to the Thunder here?

Adams and Drummond have two years left each at similar dollars, and the Thunder have absolutely no need for another PG with Paul, Schroeder and SGA in tow. Thanks.

07 Aug 2019 16:20:11
Well in every trade, they say there’s always a winner and a loser. Clearly Detroit would be the winner. If Detroit tosses in 2 unprotected 1st Rnd picks and swapped Brown for Kennard or Sekou, then there would be reason for having a conversation.

Otherwise, keep the jokes a coming. We don’t want Jackson back unless we’re getting something for him. As far as swapping Adams for Drummond, I guess you have a reason to prefer one over the other. And hopefully you know Gallinari isn’t going anywhere for free.

07 Aug 2019 16:48:19
Two unprotected firsts? And you complain about the trade being a joke?

07 Aug 2019 20:01:19
I can see one unprotected 1st but I’d say two picks is less of a joke than giving up a scorer like Gallo for nothing useful

07 Aug 2019 22:10:42
Gallo is a nice player on an expiring contract. Yes, two unprotected (or even protected) firsts for him is one of the most ridiculous things I have seen.

The idea of the post (I assume) is that Drummond is a pretty good step up over Adams. Which seems true, better scorer, rebounder, defender, more efficient. The problem with the trade is the same as the Adams-to-Portland trade a few days ago, it makes no sense for OKC (Portland in the other trade) from a real world standpoint. OKC doesn’t want an upgrade that isn’t a superstar, it doesn’t help them.

07 Aug 2019 22:26:08
Bmiller, your right. Too over the top.

Let’s back it up, both teams keep their own centers.

Detroit gets Gallinari

Okc takes Jackson and Kennard

Much more reasonable.



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