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Trade Talk (Part Five)

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Re: Trade Talk (Part Five) 

Post#1001 » by minimus » Fri Nov 20, 2020 1:59 pm

If I think about PF, who can potentially blossom next to KAT, DLo and Rubio, then the first candidate would be Christian Wood. He is not a good passer, but he might excel as a finisher.



Unfortunately, he is UFA and more likely will end up in NY
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Re: Trade Talk (Part Five) 

Post#1002 » by Neeva » Fri Nov 20, 2020 2:00 pm

Dewey wrote:
wolves_89 wrote:I'd be looking to bring Bjelica back to the Wolves. Something like Layman+Spellman for Bjelly would help stabilize the PF position. I think Layman is going to have trouble getting minutes at SF with Culver, Edwards, and Okogie all needing playing time. Moving Layman for a legitimate starting caliber PF that fits the Wolves system could be a good and fairly cheap move.

Layman proved last year we were a better team with him on the court ... just needs to stay healthy. I’d add Bjelica, but I personally would not trade Layman to do it.

Great roleplayer on great contract hes a keeper if he can stay healthy.
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Re: Trade Talk (Part Five) 

Post#1003 » by minimus » Fri Nov 20, 2020 2:13 pm

Would you be disappointed if our remaining moves are:

1) trade Spellman and Evans for nothing
2) sign defensive-minded 3rd string С such as Kenny Wooten

3) resign Beasley, Jmac, Juancho and Martin
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Re: Trade Talk (Part Five) 

Post#1004 » by El Hespiritu » Fri Nov 20, 2020 2:25 pm

Who's the 2nd Juancho?
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Re: Trade Talk (Part Five) 

Post#1005 » by jpatrick » Fri Nov 20, 2020 2:34 pm

minimus wrote:
Ralnor wrote:What are people thought on Hayward in a S&T?


We have no room to give him a big contract


And, this will be a problem with all trades for someone with a substantial salary, we don’t have the matching salary/contracts to send out. To me, that was the biggest problem with the Rubio deal, it sent out our one such contract (Johnson).
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Re: Trade Talk (Part Five) 

Post#1006 » by andyhop » Fri Nov 20, 2020 2:34 pm

minimus wrote:Would you be disappointed if our remaining moves are:

1) trade Spellman and Evans for nothing
2) sign defensive-minded 3rd string С such as Kenny Wooten

3) resign Beasley, Jmac, Juancho and Juancho


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Re: Trade Talk (Part Five) 

Post#1007 » by minimus » Fri Nov 20, 2020 2:36 pm

El Hespiritu wrote:Who's the 2nd Juancho?


Too much love for Juancho :lol:
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Post#1008 » by El Hespiritu » Fri Nov 20, 2020 2:38 pm

Ich liebe Juancho.
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Re: Trade Talk (Part Five) 

Post#1009 » by Dewey » Fri Nov 20, 2020 3:00 pm

jpatrick wrote:
minimus wrote:
Ralnor wrote:What are people thought on Hayward in a S&T?


We have no room to give him a big contract


And, this will be a problem with all trades for someone with a substantial salary, we don’t have the matching salary/contracts to send out. To me, that was the biggest problem with the Rubio deal, it sent out our one such contract (Johnson).

ya it sure cuts down the options, but I imagine we'll add a veteran role player (MLE, Vet Min, Small Trade) ... Slim McDaniels is more likely gonna go to the D-League :dontknow:
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Re: Trade Talk (Part Five) 

Post#1010 » by Krapinsky » Fri Nov 20, 2020 3:15 pm

I've always liked Bobby Portis, now an unrestricted free agent after Knicks let him walk
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Re: Trade Talk (Part Five) 

Post#1011 » by DaMplsKid » Fri Nov 20, 2020 3:17 pm

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I think this is good news for a couple reason. 1. Right now his trade value is at an all time low. 2. His shooting is really hard to find in the league right now. Teams aren't willing to give up 3-d guys. 3. We need his toughness on our team right now. From the small sample size I saw last year really liked his game.

Would love to see the 5 on 5 practices with DLo/Edwards vs Rubio/Beasley.
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Re: Trade Talk (Part Five) 

Post#1012 » by DaMplsKid » Fri Nov 20, 2020 3:22 pm

RiRuSuns wrote:
urinesane wrote:What about going after Aron Baynes? Played well with Rubio in PHX

He's like Pek with a 3 point shot :)



I'd imagine AB would go either to a contender or warm weather city, or maybe the most money. In other words I doubt Wolves are on his radar. Unless he's dying to play with Rubio again.


I agree he will be harder to get but is still my #1 option right now in FA. I just think he fits so well and is the type of glue guy our star's need to help shine. Him and Rubio running a second unit with a mix of Culver/Edwards/Beasley/? would be an ideal fit.
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Re: Trade Talk (Part Five) 

Post#1013 » by TheZachAttack » Fri Nov 20, 2020 3:29 pm

minimus wrote:If I think about PF, who can potentially blossom next to KAT, DLo and Rubio, then the first candidate would be Christian Wood. He is not a good passer, but he might excel as a finisher.



Unfortunately, he is UFA and more likely will end up in NY


I don't think it's possible money-wise, but if we were able to have the following 10 man rotation we'd honestly have a chance to be like a top 4 seed.

Towns
Dlo
Beasley
Rubio
Wood
Edwards
Okogie
Layman
Jauncho
Jmac
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Re: Trade Talk (Part Five) 

Post#1014 » by KGdaBom » Fri Nov 20, 2020 3:50 pm

jpatrick wrote:
minimus wrote:
Ralnor wrote:What are people thought on Hayward in a S&T?


We have no room to give him a big contract


And, this will be a problem with all trades for someone with a substantial salary, we don’t have the matching salary/contracts to send out. To me, that was the biggest problem with the Rubio deal, it sent out our one such contract (Johnson).

IMO the return was great. Rubio is VERY good.
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Re: Trade Talk (Part Five) 

Post#1015 » by DaMplsKid » Fri Nov 20, 2020 3:57 pm

What would it take to get Domantas Sabonis. He would be the type of guy I would love to add to our roster. If they trade Victor or Turner that might single a rebuild in which we should try to pry this guy away.
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Re: Trade Talk (Part Five) 

Post#1016 » by SO_MONEY » Fri Nov 20, 2020 4:12 pm

DaMplsKid wrote:What would it take to get Domantas Sabonis. He would be the type of guy I would love to add to our roster. If they trade Victor or Turner that might single a rebuild in which we should try to pry this guy away.


With KAT? Really?
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Re: Trade Talk (Part Five) 

Post#1017 » by Norseman79 » Fri Nov 20, 2020 4:15 pm

Jedzz probably has the best point, we need to keep building and developing our own as a foundation unless or until big game is realistically available. Resign Beasley and Juancho, and look at a vet..I like Mo Harkless for the 3. If something interesting comes along for a pf then take it.

The depth chart should look like this

Russell, Rubio, JMac, Haggins
Edwards, Beasley, Culver, Okoge, Nowell
Harkless, Layman, Martin
Hernangomez, Vanderbilt, McDaniels
Towns, Reid, Spellman

Honestly one of the SGs is going to go, just might not be for a player, could be a draft pick. Either way, that second unit could put up serious points A veteran backup big C would probably be next on my list.
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Re: Trade Talk (Part Five) 

Post#1018 » by Norseman79 » Fri Nov 20, 2020 4:35 pm

What about this trade...

Sac out: Parker and Woodard II
Sac in: Culver, Spellman, and Nowell

Mn out: Culver, Nowell, Spellman
In: Parker, Woodard II

Sacramento gets a young 2 guard to pair with Fox for when they trade Buddy and some young pieces.

Wolves get a starting 4, that's skill set would fit nicely, and is in the right age range.

This would still allow us to resign Beasley and Juancho, and a vet like Harkless, maybe a WCS also
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Re: Trade Talk (Part Five) 

Post#1019 » by KGdaBom » Fri Nov 20, 2020 4:44 pm

Norseman79 wrote:What about this trade...

Sac out: Parker and Woodard II
Sac in: Culver, Spellman, and Nowell

Mn out: Culver, Nowell, Spellman
In: Parker, Woodard II

Sacramento gets a young 2 guard to pair with Fox for when they trade Buddy and some young pieces.

Wolves get a starting 4, that's skill set would fit nicely, and is in the right age range.

This would still allow us to resign Beasley and Juancho, and a vet like Harkless, maybe a WCS also

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Re: Trade Talk (Part Five) 

Post#1020 » by El Hespiritu » Fri Nov 20, 2020 5:48 pm

If we can get Tormund GiantBaynes I'd visit the urologist to deal with a terminal priapism.

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I can't see that happening.

He's searching for two things... he may renounce one of them to some extent provided you give him the other but by no means he'll give both up.

1) To be PAID.

2) Be a starter, or at least a 6th man with gallons and command in a competetive team.


Can we offer him at least one of those?
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