OKC to meet with CP3 & trade him to his preferred destination

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Re: OKC to meet with CP3 & trade him to his preferred destination 

Post#81 » by JagBoto » Fri Jul 12, 2019 11:00 am

There is no Winslow or no picks, if any OKC gives a pick.
But probable a pick free trade of expiring for CP3, maybe give Waiters, that 2nd year can be dumped, that the OKC price to pay, fair.
But who say Miami adds a pick just can dream on, and then cry a little, if OKC adds a pick to get rid of CP3.
But yes the buyout people are the most pointless in this topic. I mean there is a higher chance of CP3 staying in OKC and winning a Title, than a buyout happening, so you can calculate the odds and then you know how low your sentence has value :banghead: :lol:
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Re: OKC to meet with CP3 & trade him to his preferred destination 

Post#82 » by kobewade11 » Fri Jul 12, 2019 11:08 am

Miami is not including Winslow in any deal for CP3 :lol:
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Re: OKC to meet with CP3 & trade him to his preferred destination 

Post#83 » by mcgrady_1 » Fri Jul 12, 2019 11:12 am

IgorK wrote:
Sulico wrote:
6ixSideSniper wrote:OKC going to own everyone's draft picks.

It sucks having to lose all your stars but if you had to, this is the way to do it.


Agreed. I am very impressed with what they got from blowing up team that were destined for 1st round exit every year. Now it feels like they have future.


I don't understand why people are so high on this "collection of picks". Clips and Rockets picks will likely be late first rounders.



I don't get it either. Watch OKC have to give one of their Miami picks back to Miami to trade Paul. Lol.
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Re: OKC to meet with CP3 & trade him to his preferred destination 

Post#84 » by Stillwater » Fri Jul 12, 2019 11:12 am

righterwriter wrote:If they couldn't find a third team to take Chris Paul on as part of this deal, that should have been a clue for Presti.

okc already has to have had a deal they liked on the table for cp3 to a 3rd team that was there before they did the houston trade...but didnt meet the cba and they had to wait.
i would be surprised if cp3 ever wheres a thunder jersey
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Re: OKC to meet with CP3 & trade him to his preferred destination 

Post#85 » by phraoh » Fri Jul 12, 2019 11:16 am

I think a 3 way trade is needed, and believe Miami is one of them. Still waiting for the Cavs to do something with JR contract, as well as Love. Think they have been unusually quiet, and could be the third team. I think Tristan Thompson would be a perfect fit in Miami, with Paul and Butler would be a very tough minded defensive team, and Tristan is an expiring. Cavs get Adams +, OKC gets Love and JR plus Dragic....plus some missing parts, etc.
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Post#86 » by TheNewEra » Fri Jul 12, 2019 11:26 am

OKC needs to get a prospect in this deal. They should of at least got House Jr for taking Paul for Westbrook
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Re: OKC to meet with CP3 & trade him to his preferred destination 

Post#87 » by LipSkinMatter » Fri Jul 12, 2019 11:48 am

levon wrote:
mszymko wrote:
levon wrote:Can the Lakers even match his salary without sending AD, Lebron, or Danny Green out?


how about Green and KCP for CP3 who agrees to a paycut?

Green is untouchable imo. He unlocks the Lakers' spacing, and is more valuable than Paul alone. Plus I think KCP has a trade block clause. I actually think it's impossible.



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Re: OKC to meet with CP3 & trade him to his preferred destination 

Post#88 » by BlueHeat » Fri Jul 12, 2019 11:51 am

kobewade11 wrote:Miami is not including Winslow in any deal for CP3 :lol:


Haha people are nuts man...

...God there are some dumb sports fans out there. CP3 is a NEGATIVE asset. Nobody wants to deal with his horrendous contract. We gotta give up Winslow to take on a negative asset? Hell no. OKC should be giving US our picks back.
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Re: OKC to meet with CP3 & trade him to his preferred destination 

Post#90 » by Alatan » Fri Jul 12, 2019 12:54 pm

kobyz wrote:http://tradenba.com/trades/rklpzWIZB
who say no?


I dont know who says no but i know who will be screaming it. Its the Bucks.
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Re: OKC to meet with CP3 & trade him to his preferred destination 

Post#91 » by Kilo » Fri Jul 12, 2019 12:55 pm

Paul will play for OKC until Dec 15th, maybe every 2nd game under a big load management schedule and then be dealt to LAL.

James ain't going to play the point all season.
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Re: OKC to meet with CP3 & trade him to his preferred destination 

Post#92 » by chrisab123 » Fri Jul 12, 2019 12:57 pm

ken6199 wrote:Twolves for Wiggins/Dieng and Teague.


It might not be his preferred destination but this deal would be best for everyone. He's probably going to Detroit. Can't see Riley making a bad move like this.
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Re: OKC to meet with CP3 & trade him to his preferred destination 

Post#93 » by twozeroMM » Fri Jul 12, 2019 12:59 pm

Teal25 wrote:
Mister Ze wrote:Why would Pat Riley do this? Heat have good flexibility right now and can attract free agents. No need to pay CP3 40/year until he's 37.

I would definitely do it for them if JJ and Dion are included. I think both are serious overpays.

But both of them expire next summer. We’ll have cap to play with in 2021.
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Post#94 » by Pointgod » Fri Jul 12, 2019 1:07 pm

Knicks could have been a good landing spot for him considering he’d probably love to play in NY and their would be zero pressure to the make the playoffs. It would set them up nicely for 2021 because they could be a playoff team similar to the Nets with incoming draft picks, a veteran presence and at possibly some budding young talent. But then again that would require the Knicks to have competent management.
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Re: OKC to meet with CP3 & trade him to his preferred destination 

Post#95 » by Effigy » Fri Jul 12, 2019 1:11 pm

levon wrote:Can the Lakers even match his salary without sending AD, Lebron, or Danny Green out?


One of these things is not like the other.

They can do it but would have to send Green and KCP plus filler.
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Re: OKC to meet with CP3 & trade him to his preferred destination 

Post#96 » by Hephaestus » Fri Jul 12, 2019 1:12 pm

Can CP3 be traded immediately or it has to be after 30 days?
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Re: OKC to meet with CP3 & trade him to his preferred destination 

Post#97 » by Effigy » Fri Jul 12, 2019 1:14 pm

Pointgod wrote:Knicks could have been a good landing spot for him considering he’d probably love to play in NY and their would be zero pressure to the make the playoffs. It would set them up nicely for 2021 because they could be a playoff team similar to the Nets with incoming draft picks, a veteran presence and at possibly some budding young talent. But then again that would require the Knicks to have competent management.


It doesn’t set them up nicely for 2021 to still be paying Chris Paul $46 million until 2022. They’d want to have hat money available for a FA.
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Re: OKC to meet with CP3 & trade him to his preferred destination 

Post#98 » by BVB24 » Fri Jul 12, 2019 1:16 pm

mszymko wrote:Honestly, I hope he and Melo end up with the Lakers. Would be a lot of fun, CP3 would look prime again next to Lebron and AD and they can let Melo do Melo all he wants on second unit.



The league finally gets some parity and you wanna throw it all away before it even begins just like that.. smh
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Re: OKC to meet with CP3 & trade him to his preferred destination 

Post#99 » by Joerezz7 » Fri Jul 12, 2019 1:22 pm

mszymko wrote:Honestly, I hope he and Melo end up with the Lakers. Would be a lot of fun, CP3 would look prime again next to Lebron and AD and they can let Melo do Melo all he wants on second unit.


Rondo spit on CP3 last year so I don’t know how that would work
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Re: OKC to meet with CP3 & trade him to his preferred destination 

Post#100 » by The Penguin » Fri Jul 12, 2019 1:26 pm

There’s no way his “preferred destination” is Detroit and Blake.

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