Here's What You Need To Know About Each Team

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Re: Here's What You Need To Know About Each Team 

Post#41 » by jayu70 » Tue Jun 25, 2019 11:19 pm

MoneyTalks41890 wrote:
jayu70 wrote:Hawks:
Have $13 mil in capspace to take on bad salary for an asset.
Still looking for a C, I'm hoping Dedmon is back, his early bird is ~$9.3 mil.
4 expiring contracts - Evan Turner (18.6), Allen Crabbe (17), Solomon Hill (12.8), Miles Plumlee (12.4). Word is Crabbe may seek a buyout, but with Baze traded he could get time in the rotation. SHill possible buyout candidate.


How do you feel about a Dieng deal? I guess you don’t have enough room to do it outright, but he could be a replacement for Dedmon and come with Okogie and a pick.

Which expiring do you want? Word is Turner will be our backup PG, so I guess not him, but you can have him if needed.
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Re: Here's What You Need To Know About Each Team 

Post#42 » by ChettheJet » Tue Jun 25, 2019 11:32 pm

For Chicago;

The OP is pretty much correct. The main thing they need is people to stay healthy and play the entire season. The team that ended last year was basically Lopez, Markkanen and a G League contingent. Those end of the bench guys are not going to come back to the NBA.

Again health makes their bench fairly capable before they start signing FAs. Hutchison at the end of his run last year and Valentine in the past looked capable of filling roles off the bench and even starting on occasion. Without a trade Dunn figures to start at PG which means White will add to the bench, I'm not so sure they spend the money on a veteran PG if they still have Dunn around. He's another guy that just has to stay healthy and it's his last chance to do it. Gafford probably a year away from contributing. So they need a pair of bigs to backup 4-5
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Re: Here's What You Need To Know About Each Team 

Post#43 » by VCfor3 » Wed Jun 26, 2019 1:59 pm

Texas Chuck wrote:
VCfor3 wrote:Would a Mod mind un-stickying this for a short stretch? Think it would be easier for posters to see it and add their two cents. You can re-sticky it again later. Hoping it will help people who are much smarter than me post pertinent info about their teams haha.



You got it. Just send one of us a PM when you want it re-stickied.


I think this has slowed down. Do you mind re-sticking this thread?


Appreciate all the responses. This turned into a pretty solid list.
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Re: Here's What You Need To Know About Each Team 

Post#44 » by Roy The Natural » Wed Jul 17, 2019 8:35 pm

Adding to Portland. They know what they have in Anfernee Simon's. Like Collins, these are not throw in players. They are highly valued, and would require a high level (value) impact player coming back in order to be traded from Portland
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Re: Here's What You Need To Know About Each Team 

Post#45 » by shrink » Fri Sep 13, 2019 7:53 pm

Maybe after a crazy summer of free agent signings and trades, it’s time to do this again?

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