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Post#101 » by pad300 » Mon Nov 27, 2017 7:54 am

Tyreke Evans is playing very well. He is on a cheap contract for 1 year. 1) How do you rate the Grizzlies chances of re-signing him. With 1) in mind, 2) Will the Grizzlies dump him for assets? 3) What would the Grizzlies be looking for?
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Re: Grizzlies Trades Thread 

Post#102 » by dark-child » Mon Nov 27, 2017 3:40 pm

To be perfectly honest, the Grizzlies are so deep into a hot mess this season that it wouldn't make sense to even think about possible problems next year. Tyreke Evans will be a free agent next year, and I am pretty sure while he wants to get paid he is not interested in playing another dysfunctional season in Memphis. The Grizzlies do not hold his bird rights so they have no control.
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Post#103 » by NYG » Tue Dec 5, 2017 8:25 pm

dark-child wrote:To be perfectly honest, the Grizzlies are so deep into a hot mess this season that it wouldn't make sense to even think about possible problems next year. Tyreke Evans will be a free agent next year, and I am pretty sure while he wants to get paid he is not interested in playing another dysfunctional season in Memphis. The Grizzlies do not hold his bird rights so they have no control.



Multi-Team Deal where the Grizzlies get Corey Brewer's expiring contract and 2019 Conditional Los Angeles Clippers First Round Draft Pick (via Celtics) for JaMychal Green

Conditions of the draft pick:
2019 first round draft pick from L.A. Clippers
L.A. Clippers' 1st round pick to Boston (via Memphis) protected for selections 1-14 in 2019 and 1-14 in 2020; if the L.A. Clippers have not conveyed a 1st round pick to Boston by 2020, then the L.A. Clippers will instead convey their 2022 2nd round pick to Boston [L.A. Clippers-Memphis, 2/18/2016; Boston-Memphis, 6/23/2016]
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Re: Grizzlies Trades Thread 

Post#104 » by dark-child » Wed Dec 6, 2017 3:25 pm

NYG wrote:
dark-child wrote:To be perfectly honest, the Grizzlies are so deep into a hot mess this season that it wouldn't make sense to even think about possible problems next year. Tyreke Evans will be a free agent next year, and I am pretty sure while he wants to get paid he is not interested in playing another dysfunctional season in Memphis. The Grizzlies do not hold his bird rights so they have no control.



Multi-Team Deal where the Grizzlies get Corey Brewer's expiring contract and 2019 Conditional Los Angeles Clippers First Round Draft Pick (via Celtics) for JaMychal Green

Conditions of the draft pick:
2019 first round draft pick from L.A. Clippers
L.A. Clippers' 1st round pick to Boston (via Memphis) protected for selections 1-14 in 2019 and 1-14 in 2020; if the L.A. Clippers have not conveyed a 1st round pick to Boston by 2020, then the L.A. Clippers will instead convey their 2022 2nd round pick to Boston [L.A. Clippers-Memphis, 2/18/2016; Boston-Memphis, 6/23/2016]


The Grizzlies would love to trade with the Lakers but not for Corey Brewer. Very interested in Randle or Nance and even Deng if Parsons goes the other way.
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Re: Grizzlies Trades Thread 

Post#105 » by NYG » Wed Dec 6, 2017 11:07 pm

dark-child wrote:
NYG wrote:
dark-child wrote:To be perfectly honest, the Grizzlies are so deep into a hot mess this season that it wouldn't make sense to even think about possible problems next year. Tyreke Evans will be a free agent next year, and I am pretty sure while he wants to get paid he is not interested in playing another dysfunctional season in Memphis. The Grizzlies do not hold his bird rights so they have no control.



Multi-Team Deal where the Grizzlies get Corey Brewer's expiring contract and 2019 Conditional Los Angeles Clippers First Round Draft Pick (via Celtics) for JaMychal Green

Conditions of the draft pick:
2019 first round draft pick from L.A. Clippers
L.A. Clippers' 1st round pick to Boston (via Memphis) protected for selections 1-14 in 2019 and 1-14 in 2020; if the L.A. Clippers have not conveyed a 1st round pick to Boston by 2020, then the L.A. Clippers will instead convey their 2022 2nd round pick to Boston [L.A. Clippers-Memphis, 2/18/2016; Boston-Memphis, 6/23/2016]


The Grizzlies would love to trade with the Lakers but not for Corey Brewer. Very interested in Randle or Nance and even Deng if Parsons goes the other way.


I was thinking the Celtics, not Lakers.

Something where the Celtics use their DPE on Vince Carter or Corey Brewer then send Carter or Brewer (both expiring) to Memphis with the 2019 Clippers Conditional 1st for JaMychal Green. I'm sure the Grizzlies would have no problem turning Vince Carter + Clippers 1st into Julius Randle, though.
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Re: Grizzlies Trades Thread 

Post#106 » by NYG » Thu Dec 7, 2017 12:52 am

dark-child wrote:
NYG wrote:
dark-child wrote:To be perfectly honest, the Grizzlies are so deep into a hot mess this season that it wouldn't make sense to even think about possible problems next year. Tyreke Evans will be a free agent next year, and I am pretty sure while he wants to get paid he is not interested in playing another dysfunctional season in Memphis. The Grizzlies do not hold his bird rights so they have no control.



Multi-Team Deal where the Grizzlies get Corey Brewer's expiring contract and 2019 Conditional Los Angeles Clippers First Round Draft Pick (via Celtics) for JaMychal Green

Conditions of the draft pick:
2019 first round draft pick from L.A. Clippers
L.A. Clippers' 1st round pick to Boston (via Memphis) protected for selections 1-14 in 2019 and 1-14 in 2020; if the L.A. Clippers have not conveyed a 1st round pick to Boston by 2020, then the L.A. Clippers will instead convey their 2022 2nd round pick to Boston [L.A. Clippers-Memphis, 2/18/2016; Boston-Memphis, 6/23/2016]


The Grizzlies would love to trade with the Lakers but not for Corey Brewer. Very interested in Randle or Nance and even Deng if Parsons goes the other way.


Multi-team deal with Grizzlies getting Gorgui Dieng and the Clippers Conditional 1st for JaMychal Green and Brandan Wright... basically downgrading talent, worse contract, but adding an asset.
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Re: Grizzlies Trades Thread 

Post#107 » by VCfor3 » Fri Dec 8, 2017 7:40 pm

The Grizzlies are still pushing for a playoff berth. That's already looking like a tall task, so downgrading talent for a 1st that may very well turn into a 2nd might not be something that interests them. If they got into a more rebuild type mindset then something like this may be considered.
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Post#108 » by 316Hornets » Sat Dec 9, 2017 8:04 pm

While I'm not very interested in the Wright trade you proposed to the Hornets for Marv, perhaps I could interest you in a trade that would be good for the Grizzlies future?

Memphis receives:
Dwight Howard
Nic Batum
Charlotte 2018 unprotected 1st round pick

Charlotte receives:
Chandler Parsons
Marc Gasol

As we all know, the West is stacked and going to remain that way for the foreseeable future. Your team is in a prime position to start building for the future after the top teams start to die out.
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Re: Grizzlies Trades Thread 

Post#109 » by VCfor3 » Sun Dec 10, 2017 5:08 pm

316Hornets wrote:While I'm not very interested in the Wright trade you proposed to the Hornets for Marv, perhaps I could interest you in a trade that would be good for the Grizzlies future?

Memphis receives:
Dwight Howard
Nic Batum
Charlotte 2018 unprotected 1st round pick

Charlotte receives:
Chandler Parsons
Marc Gasol

As we all know, the West is stacked and going to remain that way for the foreseeable future. Your team is in a prime position to start building for the future after the top teams start to die out.


Batum and Dwight don't fit the timeline for a rebuild though Dwight next year is a large expiring. The unprotected pick is nice but will likely be late lottery or worse after the trade. Batum himself is looking like a large negative asset and is under contract for longer than Parson. He could definitely turn things around but we aren't trading our all-star center for that when we should be able to get a better package.

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