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Re: Official Speculation Thread ‘19-'20 I: Big decisions on the horizon

Posted: Wed May 15, 2019 10:11 pm
by nymets1
Knightro wrote:Assuming the Grizzlies draft Morant at 2, what is the most anyone on this board would give up for Mike Conley Jr.?

He has two years, 67M remaining on his contract.


Grizzles and Raptors trade? Grizzles seem like they want to trade Conley, Raptors seem like they want to trade Lowry. That sounds like a mutual trade agreement.

Re: Official Speculation Thread ‘19-'20 I: Big decisions on the horizon

Posted: Thu May 16, 2019 3:32 pm
by Nyce_1
MartinsIzAfraud wrote:
Knightro wrote:Assuming the Grizzlies draft Morant at 2, what is the most anyone on this board would give up for Mike Conley Jr.?

He has two years, 67M remaining on his contract.

I think Memphis could look at taking on $ for another 1st this year or future 1st. They're not going to be good next year and need to cash in on Conley's value come Draft Night.

Teams I could see going after Conley and have $$ to match it- Detroit, Chicago and I could see Boston maybe interested depending on what Kyrie does.

Is it me or did Hayward coming back really really screw the Celtics up.
I also see Utah making a run at Conley. They were close at the deadline; could see them making an attempt again.

Re: Official Speculation Thread ‘19-'20 I: Big decisions on the horizon

Posted: Thu May 16, 2019 3:45 pm
by MartinsIzAfraud
Nyce_1 wrote:
MartinsIzAfraud wrote:
Knightro wrote:Assuming the Grizzlies draft Morant at 2, what is the most anyone on this board would give up for Mike Conley Jr.?

He has two years, 67M remaining on his contract.

I think Memphis could look at taking on $ for another 1st this year or future 1st. They're not going to be good next year and need to cash in on Conley's value come Draft Night.

Teams I could see going after Conley and have $$ to match it- Detroit, Chicago and I could see Boston maybe interested depending on what Kyrie does.

Is it me or did Hayward coming back really really screw the Celtics up.
I also see Utah making a run at Conley. They were close at the deadline; could see them making an attempt again.

yeah Utah seems likely especially with them losing Rubio in FA.

Re: Official Speculation Thread ‘19-'20 I: Big decisions on the horizon

Posted: Thu May 16, 2019 4:06 pm
by magicman112
Knightro wrote:Assuming the Grizzlies draft Morant at 2, what is the most anyone on this board would give up for Mike Conley Jr.?

He has two years, 67M remaining on his contract.

Too much money and he gets injured way too often.

Re: Official Speculation Thread ‘19-'20 I: Big decisions on the horizon

Posted: Thu May 16, 2019 6:41 pm
by MasterGMer
Or we make a deal on Jure Holiday, if not Conley.

Re: Official Speculation Thread ‘19-'20 I: Big decisions on the horizon

Posted: Thu May 16, 2019 6:53 pm
by BadMofoPimp
magicman112 wrote:
Knightro wrote:Assuming the Grizzlies draft Morant at 2, what is the most anyone on this board would give up for Mike Conley Jr.?

He has two years, 67M remaining on his contract.

Too much money and he gets injured way too often.


If the Magic want to deal for an aging vet PG to mentor Fultz, it should be Goran Dragic.

Re: Official Speculation Thread ‘19-'20 I: Big decisions on the horizon

Posted: Thu May 16, 2019 7:12 pm
by MasterGMer
BadMofoPimp wrote:
magicman112 wrote:
Knightro wrote:Assuming the Grizzlies draft Morant at 2, what is the most anyone on this board would give up for Mike Conley Jr.?

He has two years, 67M remaining on his contract.

Too much money and he gets injured way too often.


If the Magic want to deal for an aging vet PG to mentor Fultz, it should be Goran Dragic.


not necessarily mentor Fultz. Their playing styles are different. I just think Fultz is not ready to take over the starting spot. I think he should be a great, great 6th man off the bench.

Re: Official Speculation Thread ‘19-'20 I: Big decisions on the horizon

Posted: Thu May 16, 2019 8:17 pm
by MoMM
MasterGMer wrote:Or we make a deal on Jure Holiday, if not Conley.

Jrue would make sense for both sides, IMO.

If they deal AD to Boston for Tatum, Jaylen + picks, I believe they wouldn't keep Jrue who is way older than the rest of the core, so they might get interested about Bamba + assets.

Bamba / Zion / Tatum / Jaylen / ???

Re: Official Speculation Thread ‘19-'20 I: Big decisions on the horizon

Posted: Thu May 16, 2019 8:47 pm
by BadMofoPimp
MoMM wrote:
MasterGMer wrote:Or we make a deal on Jure Holiday, if not Conley.

Jrue would make sense for both sides, IMO.

If they deal AD to Boston for Tatum, Jaylen + picks, I believe they wouldn't keep Jrue who is way older than the rest of the core, so they might get interested about Bamba + assets.

Bamba / Zion / Tatum / Jaylen / ???


I have a feeling the New Orleans will keep AD, JRue and Zion for at least one season to see how it goes.

Re: Official Speculation Thread ‘19-'20 I: Big decisions on the horizon

Posted: Thu May 16, 2019 9:54 pm
by woosah
Just thought this was funny from the general board.
Around that time, Dumars and Hammond had entrusted Horst with mastering RealGM’s software, a nascent tool for toying with trade proposals. Horst dove headlong into it. Whenever Hammond and Dumars would brainstorm potential deals in Dumars’ office, the Pistons legend would summon his 24-year-old newbie with a loud, “Hey, Horst!” Horst would hustle around the corner, then back to his desk, then back to Dumars with a “yay” or “nay” on whether the concocted trade satisfied the CBA’s convoluted conditions. After a while, if the answer was no, Horst would bring suggestions of his own, variations on what Dumars and Hammond had drawn up that were viable.

Re: Official Speculation Thread ‘19-'20 I: Big decisions on the horizon

Posted: Thu May 16, 2019 10:13 pm
by MoMM
BadMofoPimp wrote:
MoMM wrote:
MasterGMer wrote:Or we make a deal on Jure Holiday, if not Conley.

Jrue would make sense for both sides, IMO.

If they deal AD to Boston for Tatum, Jaylen + picks, I believe they wouldn't keep Jrue who is way older than the rest of the core, so they might get interested about Bamba + assets.

Bamba / Zion / Tatum / Jaylen / ???


I have a feeling the New Orleans will keep AD, JRue and Zion for at least one season to see how it goes.

That would be the ideal situation for them, but it's like when we had TMac and #1 pick, he just wanted to leave, no matter we drafted D12 or Okafor.

Re: Official Speculation Thread ‘19-'20 I: Big decisions on the horizon

Posted: Fri May 17, 2019 8:50 pm
by nicnac215
We need to offer Seth 3 year contract with full MLE. He is a sniper from deep and we need more of those. Not a lot of shooters in the draft so why not get a sure thing?

Re: Official Speculation Thread ‘19-'20 I: Big decisions on the horizon

Posted: Fri May 17, 2019 9:19 pm
by SOUL
Read on Twitter

Re: Official Speculation Thread ‘19-'20 I: Big decisions on the horizon

Posted: Fri May 17, 2019 10:40 pm
by Bensational
SOUL wrote:
Read on Twitter


Saw that. Daaaaaaamn. There goes one FA opportunity.

Re: Official Speculation Thread ‘19-'20 I: Big decisions on the horizon

Posted: Fri May 17, 2019 11:10 pm
by Blue_and_Whte
Bensational wrote:
SOUL wrote:
Read on Twitter


Saw that. Daaaaaaamn. There goes one FA opportunity.
I don't get too amped up about weed but even still im not going around introducing a bad habit to kids. These guys are role models wether they want it or not.

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Re: Official Speculation Thread ‘19-'20 I: Big decisions on the horizon

Posted: Fri May 17, 2019 11:11 pm
by Blue_and_Whte
nicnac215 wrote:We need to offer Seth 3 year contract with full MLE. He is a sniper from deep and we need more of those. Not a lot of shooters in the draft so why not get a sure thing?
If,markelle and DJ weren't here id agree.

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Re: Official Speculation Thread ‘19-'20 I: Big decisions on the horizon

Posted: Fri May 17, 2019 11:16 pm
by Solid Snake
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Re: Official Speculation Thread ‘19-'20 I: Big decisions on the horizon

Posted: Fri May 17, 2019 11:21 pm
by nicnac215
Blue_and_Whte wrote:
nicnac215 wrote:We need to offer Seth 3 year contract with full MLE. He is a sniper from deep and we need more of those. Not a lot of shooters in the draft so why not get a sure thing?
If,markelle and DJ weren't here id agree.

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He isn’t a pg. He can play spot minutes at the 1 but I see him as a sg. Evan should be good as gone so we can offer Curry a starting role and resign Ross to come off the bench. Fultz also isn’t healthy yet, so who knows if he will be ready to log minutes come early in the season and DJ is gone after next season.

Re: Official Speculation Thread ‘19-'20 I: Big decisions on the horizon

Posted: Sat May 18, 2019 4:59 pm
by NotACat
nicnac215 wrote:
Blue_and_Whte wrote:
nicnac215 wrote:We need to offer Seth 3 year contract with full MLE. He is a sniper from deep and we need more of those. Not a lot of shooters in the draft so why not get a sure thing?
If,markelle and DJ weren't here id agree.

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He isn’t a pg. He can play spot minutes at the 1 but I see him as a sg. Evan should be good as gone so we can offer Curry a starting role and resign Ross to come off the bench. Fultz also isn’t healthy yet, so who knows if he will be ready to log minutes come early in the season and DJ is gone after next season.

He's a SG that can only guard PGs, that's a no go

Re: Official Speculation Thread ‘19-'20 I: Big decisions on the horizon

Posted: Sat May 18, 2019 7:04 pm
by zaymon
NotACat wrote:
nicnac215 wrote:
Blue_and_Whte wrote:If,markelle and DJ weren't here id agree.

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He isn’t a pg. He can play spot minutes at the 1 but I see him as a sg. Evan should be good as gone so we can offer Curry a starting role and resign Ross to come off the bench. Fultz also isn’t healthy yet, so who knows if he will be ready to log minutes come early in the season and DJ is gone after next season.

He's a SG that can only guard PGs, that's a no go

Agree, Curry is not Weltman guy. With his passing he doesnt even fit next to Ross on the bench.