Use our rumors form to send us nba trade rumors.

14 Sep 2019 00:23:26
Picks will need to be involved. In all seriousness, how many and who gets what? I like the idea of this for all teams tho.

Boston gets Gordon, Fournier, Roberson
***Gordon needs out of Orlando in my opinion. They are super deep at front court. He fits well in Boston. He can be a true 4. Fournier would be a great bench scorer. Replace the D of Smart with Dre who has better length and an expiring contract.

Orlando gets Paul, Ojeleye
***I know... they just got Fultz, right? Why not give this team a true point who can spread the ball around and potentially take this team on a deep playoff run, and at the same time maintain a large minute count for Fultz?

Thunder get Hayward, Smart
***They'll be the team surrendering picks. But they create a better roster balance. This could be a contender if they play to potential even without a bonafide superstar because they have shooting, defense, a chip on their shoulder, a bevy of picks to help improve the roster Midseason, and versatility.

Shai, Schroder
Smart, Diallo, Burton
Hayward, Ferguson
Gallinari, Bazley, Muscala
Adams, Noel, Patton

Agree3 Disagree12

14 Sep 2019 10:08:33
I don’t think the Thunder will be giving up picks for players that won’t make them contenders, no reason to give up PG and Russ if they didn’t want to rebuild with picks

14 Sep 2019 13:30:12
Gth, I get that mentality. But the factor you are leaving out is the cap. This puts them under with a roster space open to bring back a vet at the minimum and still be under. They’d not give up all the picks they acquired in those deals, so to me it’s still worth exploring. Appreciate the feedback.

14 Sep 2019 13:45:05
Thunder would have to give up at least one pick to get this done. Boston would as well with Orlando being the reveiver.

15 Sep 2019 16:57:22
Until Hayward proves something, I think it would cost Boston 2 1sts.

16 Sep 2019 08:24:43
Why should Orlando do that?



Log In or Register to post

Remember me

Forgot Pass