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2018/2019 NBA Trade/Wishing Well Thread (Cont.)

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Post#61 » by Chuck-Cheese » Wed May 23, 2018 1:59 am

basketboule wrote:I'd also like Wendell Carter. He'll be good, but gone, like the rest of the promising bigs, too. I'm really not sold on the perimeter guys in this draft, Mikal being the lone exception. They've all got too meaningful holes in their games. So I would actually consider trading the pick to Boston, I'm serious.

If Mikal (or any of the top big men) is there, take him; else go after Rozier or Brown since they should be available from Boston. You could also ship out KP for an even bigger young return from them for all I care. I still don't trust him to be a legit enough go to scorer if he runs with the likes of Mikal and Frank. Boston is really stacked and will want to take the next step to challenge the Warriors. I'm really bored with our outlook and would like some of what they have, to be honest.

Then again, their success might all be on Brad Stevens, Danny Ainge and the culture they built. Any player leaving Boston seemingly fails to have the same impact again (and that's going all the way back to Rondo and company). I might be overreacting, but Sexton, Young, Shai... they all don't cut it really. They threaten to be the next Eddie House, MCW or Speedy Claxton.
what would you offer Boston in return for Brown? They just spent the 3rd pick in the draft on him and it appears he is playing pretty well. No one is untouchable but the celts are not going to trade him for a draft pick especially the 9th pick. It would take a lot more than that to trade Brown away.
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Post#62 » by basketboule » Wed May 23, 2018 2:02 pm

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basketboule wrote:I'd also like Wendell Carter. He'll be good, but gone, like the rest of the promising bigs, too. I'm really not sold on the perimeter guys in this draft, Mikal being the lone exception. They've all got too meaningful holes in their games. So I would actually consider trading the pick to Boston, I'm serious.

If Mikal (or any of the top big men) is there, take him; else go after Rozier or Brown since they should be available from Boston. You could also ship out KP for an even bigger young return from them for all I care. I still don't trust him to be a legit enough go to scorer if he runs with the likes of Mikal and Frank. Boston is really stacked and will want to take the next step to challenge the Warriors. I'm really bored with our outlook and would like some of what they have, to be honest.

Then again, their success might all be on Brad Stevens, Danny Ainge and the culture they built. Any player leaving Boston seemingly fails to have the same impact again (and that's going all the way back to Rondo and company). I might be overreacting, but Sexton, Young, Shai... they all don't cut it really. They threaten to be the next Eddie House, MCW or Speedy Claxton.
what would you offer Boston in return for Brown? They just spent the 3rd pick in the draft on him and it appears he is playing pretty well. No one is untouchable but the celts are not going to trade him for a draft pick especially the 9th pick. It would take a lot more than that to trade Brown away.

You're right that he won't be available in such a package. I'd probably try to get Rozier in a single package or go after Brown and more of those Boston guys for KP.
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Post#63 » by dakomish23 » Wed May 23, 2018 3:41 pm

THJ Kanter

For

Mahimi Morris Smith #15

Gives them some firepower off the bench and they dump some salary

We open up more space for the kids and get a great pick while also opening up 2020 cap space
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Post#64 » by thebuzzardman » Wed May 23, 2018 3:43 pm

KP for a late first rounder, draft Huerter, profit
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Post#65 » by Knicksfan20 » Thu May 24, 2018 3:14 pm

Knicks trade #9 and Burke for #12 and #13

Trade #13 +Mudiay to Atlanta for 19 +30 +34

Trade Hardaway to LA Lakers for Deng + Unprotected pick 2020

Trade Lee to Philly for pick 38
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#34 draft Grayson Allen
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Sign KOQ to a 2 year 16 million dollar deal.

KP/Oquinn/McCoy/Kornet
Penava/Williams
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Allen/Walker
Ntilikina/Holliday/Jack

Noah/Deng/Thomas/Baker/Oquinn all coming off the cap by 2019 and then add a big star. I’d give Christian Woods a camp invite since KP will be our next year.

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Post#66 » by NoLayupRule » Fri May 25, 2018 9:31 pm

Lowry and DeRozen will be available this summer
Gortat as well

is there any interest here in any of these guys?

Obviously the price for the first two would be inflated

they probably want a good player and a pick

I personally have no interest in either
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Post#67 » by thebuzzardman » Fri May 25, 2018 9:35 pm

Nope, Nope
Nope (he's cooked)
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Post#68 » by falcindor » Sat May 26, 2018 2:32 am

Tim Hardaway Jr. + Frank Ntilikina + Picking #9 and trading
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Damian Lillard + #24 Keita Bates-Diop
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Post#69 » by Knicksfan20 » Sat May 26, 2018 11:59 am

NoLayupRule wrote:Lowry and DeRozen will be available this summer
Gortat as well

is there any interest here in any of these guys?

Obviously the price for the first two would be inflated

they probably want a good player and a pick

I personally have no interest in either

I’ll take on Gortat for a pick.
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Post#70 » by sol537 » Mon May 28, 2018 7:55 pm

NoLayupRule wrote:Lowry and DeRozen will be available this summer
Gortat as well

is there any interest here in any of these guys?

Obviously the price for the first two would be inflated

they probably want a good player and a pick

I personally have no interest in either


I'm not a fan of any of those guys, to be honest.

What do you think if Enes somehow opts out and gets paid elsewhere, we use our cap to go after Smart (4 years @ $10m per) plus Baynes (3 years @ $7.5m per). Draft Mikal. Baynes, KP, Mikal, Frank, Smart could, at least, become one of the best defensive teams in the league. And they are all young. At least you'd be building something there... and getting some players who can bring over the "Boston winning culture" can't hurt. I could roll with that knowing that it's a very young squad and it's defense first and we'd have more draft picks being added every year.
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Post#71 » by FemaleDogPlease » Mon May 28, 2018 8:27 pm

Hopefully the Knicks look at some free agents like Cousins and Randle.
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Post#72 » by NoLayupRule » Mon May 28, 2018 10:06 pm

sol537 wrote:
NoLayupRule wrote:Lowry and DeRozen will be available this summer
Gortat as well

is there any interest here in any of these guys?

Obviously the price for the first two would be inflated

they probably want a good player and a pick

I personally have no interest in either


I'm not a fan of any of those guys, to be honest.

What do you think if Enes somehow opts out and gets paid elsewhere, we use our cap to go after Smart (4 years @ $10m per) plus Baynes (3 years @ $7.5m per). Draft Mikal. Baynes, KP, Mikal, Frank, Smart could, at least, become one of the best defensive teams in the league. And they are all young. At least you'd be building something there... and getting some players who can bring over the "Boston winning culture" can't hurt. I could roll with that knowing that it's a very young squad and it's defense first and we'd have more draft picks being added every year.

I dont think there is a chance in hell that the Celtics let Smart leave their team

Baynes isnt going either IMO

they aren't letting that team break up
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Post#73 » by Clyde_Style » Mon May 28, 2018 10:18 pm

NoLayupRule wrote:Lowry and DeRozen will be available this summer
Gortat as well

is there any interest here in any of these guys?

Obviously the price for the first two would be inflated

they probably want a good player and a pick

I personally have no interest in either


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Post#74 » by dakomish23 » Tue May 29, 2018 4:12 pm

Somebody threw out this idea

KP for Jaylen Brown / Sac pick.

I wouldn’t do it b/c I want to add to KP, but this seems like fair value.
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Post#75 » by Infinitimind » Tue May 29, 2018 11:40 pm

Sign and trade kanter for Jabari Parker(14 mil. Year)and thon maker
Sign Mario Hezonja with MLE
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Post#76 » by mpharris36 » Tue May 29, 2018 11:43 pm

dakomish23 wrote:Somebody threw out this idea

KP for Jaylen Brown / Sac pick.

I wouldn’t do it b/c I want to add to KP, but this seems like fair value.


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Post#77 » by magnumt » Tue May 29, 2018 11:49 pm

dakomish23 wrote:Somebody threw out this idea

KP for Jaylen Brown / Sac pick.

I wouldn’t do it b/c I want to add to KP, but this seems like fair value.


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Post#78 » by dakomish23 » Wed May 30, 2018 12:46 am

magnumt wrote:
dakomish23 wrote:Somebody threw out this idea

KP for Jaylen Brown / Sac pick.

I wouldn’t do it b/c I want to add to KP, but this seems like fair value.


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I'm not gifting Danny Ainge Porzingis (a FRANCHISE player), for that sad package. In case anyone is wondering, it's NOT the Kings #2 pick this year.

--Mags :beer:


You are severely undervaluing Jaylen Brown, who is an up and coming stud on both sides and that is an unprotected SAC pick (except for #1).

Even though I wouldn’t do it, I still think it’s fair value.
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Post#79 » by 3toheadmelo » Wed May 30, 2018 12:59 am

dakomish23 wrote:Somebody threw out this idea

KP for Jaylen Brown / Sac pick.

I wouldn’t do it b/c I want to add to KP, but this seems like fair value.

there was a better offer we were talking about earlier today
frank + 9th pick for jaylen. i would do this one instead
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Post#80 » by dakomish23 » Wed May 30, 2018 1:08 am

3toheadmelo wrote:
dakomish23 wrote:Somebody threw out this idea

KP for Jaylen Brown / Sac pick.

I wouldn’t do it b/c I want to add to KP, but this seems like fair value.

there was a better offer we were talking about earlier today
frank + 9th pick for jaylen. i would do this one instead


Yeah that’s a way more favorable deal for us but I can’t see them moving him and/or Tatum for anything less than a stud.

I wouldn’t do the KP deal. Just think it’s fair value b/c of the SAC picking likely being in the top 10 again.
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