Crymson wrote: ByeByeDre wrote:
I’d say around once per offseason. I think post covid finances will make that number rise.
I too think that number will rise - don’t worry about people telling you that what you think is wrong. It’s a forum. Some people need to count to ten.
It's not a matter of what he thinks. What he claimed is factually erroneous.
The_Irony wrote:Yeah Jerami Grant is def getting more than 10m per. I was wrong about that.
But whos going to be the team to give him 11-15m?
Denver, of course. The team that's in the conference finals with room to grow from within.
So offseason money saving trades;
Obviously the snell trade.
The Brooklyn Nets traded Isaiah Whitehead to the Denver Nuggets for Darrell Arthur, Kenneth Faried, a 2019 1st round draft pick (Mfiondu Kabengele was later selected) and a 2020 2nd round draft pick. (2019 1st-rd pick is top-12 protected.)
The Denver Nuggets traded Wilson Chandler, a 2021 2nd round draft pick and a 2022 2nd round draft pick to the Philadelphia 76ers for cash. (2022 2nd-rd pick is a swap.) $110,000
The Miami Heat traded Josh McRoberts, $5.1M cash and a 2023 2nd round draft pick to the Dallas Mavericks for A.J. Hammons.
The Toronto Raptors traded DeMarre Carroll, a 2018 1st round draft pick (Džanan Musa was later selected) and a 2018 2nd round draft pick (Rodions Kurucs was later selected) to the Brooklyn Nets for Justin Hamilton.
The Golden State Warriors traded Andrew Bogut and a future 2nd round draft pick to the Dallas Mavericks for a 2019 2nd round draft pick. (DAL has choice between 2019 or 2020) (DAL pick to GSW is top-55 protected; Did not convey)
The Chicago Bulls traded José Calderón, a 2018 2nd round draft pick (Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk was later selected) and a 2019 2nd round draft pick (Bruno Fernando was later selected) to the Los Angeles Lakers for Ater Majok.
I’m sure there are probably more, I just wanted to prove a trend.