2023 trade deadline

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Re: 2023 trade deadline 

Post#121 » by ShulaDon92 » Wed Jan 18, 2023 9:57 pm

KingFox wrote:I can't picture Indiana wasting assets on Collins.


Maybe a swap for Turner if they so choose

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Post#122 » by Dzon Dilindzer » Wed Jan 18, 2023 11:40 pm

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Post#123 » by liquidswords » Thu Jan 19, 2023 12:04 am

Dzon Dilindzer wrote:here we go

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I feel **** saying this but like who would be looking for a Riu Hachimura? I don't even know what team/contender is looking at him and his skillset saying "YES THATS OUR GUY"
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Re: 2023 trade deadline 

Post#124 » by mudsak » Thu Jan 19, 2023 12:51 am

liquidswords wrote:
Dzon Dilindzer wrote:here we go

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I feel **** saying this but like who would be looking for a Riu Hachimura? I don't even know what team/contender is looking at him and his skillset saying "YES THATS OUR GUY"


I could see a team like the Jazz being interested in him... he's got potential, but has been in a less than ideal situation to thrive. Depends what the asking price is I guess.
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Re: 2023 trade deadline 

Post#125 » by BigGargamel » Thu Jan 19, 2023 6:11 am

I only see a very small trade for Denver. No other team is going to touch Murray or MPJ. For the nuggets, they finally get those guys mostly healthy after years of waiting, are rolling and maybe on their way to the best season in franchise history. Shaking that up mid season doesn’t make sense, and has a zero percent chance of happening or even talking about.

Something like future seconds and cap filler to Detroit for Burks and Noel could make sense.

Like other poster mentioned, I’d love to have Plumlee back.
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Post#126 » by whatisacenter » Thu Jan 19, 2023 5:07 pm

Don't look for the Warriors to be buyers at the deadline.

This is also why Kuminga, Wiseman and Moody remain likely to be with the Warriors beyond the deadline. They aren’t actively shopping their three recent lottery picks, according to those sources with knowledge of the Warriors’ thinking. That isn’t to say they couldn’t be moved in the right deal, but a rival team hoping to obtain them would be searching to get Moody or Wiseman on a bargain, and the Warriors aren’t in sell-low mode.


https://theathletic.com/4089003/2023/01/19/warriors-trade-scenarios-kuminga-wiseman/
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Post#127 » by slicedbread2 » Fri Jan 20, 2023 2:26 am

Duke4life831 wrote:I havent looked at the cap situation, but I wonder if Denver can bring Mason Plumlee back. I feel like Plumlee might be having his best year and he knows that Denver system really well. And he would be a massive upgrade over DJ and Naji.

I think it would be a great pickup for the 14-15 minutes to spell Jokic in the playoffs. Also to give Denver a nice option so they dont have to overplay Jokic for the regular season.


Denver has a very valuable 9.125M TPE that they could use to outright absorb Plumlee but who knows what the Hornets asking price is. As one Nuggets poster alluded they'd love to try and nab Alec Burks from Detroit for cap filler+picks but if they could nab those 2 that'd be insane.

Hypothetically they could trade Jeff Green+DJ+Ish Smith+2 2nds for Josh Richardson and use the Morris TPE to outright absorb Plumlee and have bird rights on both players as well. If the Nuggets pull that off man they'd be overwhelming favourites at that point. Don't know what Detroit's asking price is for Burks though but it'll be interesting to see what they do as the stars are aligning for them.
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Re: 2023 trade deadline 

Post#128 » by Duke4life831 » Fri Jan 20, 2023 2:35 am

slicedbread2 wrote:
Duke4life831 wrote:I havent looked at the cap situation, but I wonder if Denver can bring Mason Plumlee back. I feel like Plumlee might be having his best year and he knows that Denver system really well. And he would be a massive upgrade over DJ and Naji.

I think it would be a great pickup for the 14-15 minutes to spell Jokic in the playoffs. Also to give Denver a nice option so they dont have to overplay Jokic for the regular season.


Denver has a very valuable 9.125M TPE that they could use to outright absorb Plumlee but who knows what the Hornets asking price is. As one Nuggets poster alluded they'd love to try and nab Alec Burks from Detroit for cap filler+picks but if they could nab those 2 that'd be insane.

Hypothetically they could trade Jeff Green+DJ+Ish Smith+2 2nds for Josh Richardson and use the Morris TPE to outright absorb Plumlee and have bird rights on both players as well. If the Nuggets pull that off man they'd be overwhelming favourites at that point. Don't know what Detroit's asking price is for Burks though but it'll be interesting to see what they do as the stars are aligning for them.


I feel like backup 5 should be their #1 priority. And Im trying to think if they were to trade and get Plumlee (and ya I looked after this post and saw the TE which would make this very easy to accomplish). I guess getting another guard really just comes down to, do they have any faith in Bones at all. Because if they do, not sure I see the need for another guard in their playoff rotation.
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Re: 2023 trade deadline 

Post#129 » by SUPERVILLAIN » Fri Jan 20, 2023 4:12 pm

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Re: 2023 trade deadline 

Post#130 » by ben10simmons » Fri Jan 20, 2023 4:25 pm

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That's a good idea, the Suns are mostly young, so might as well trade for overpriced veterans if they can help Booker, Ayton and co win a ring. Better than drafting a rookie who'll take too long to develop and will waste Booker/Ayton's prime.
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Re: 2023 trade deadline 

Post#131 » by Ballerhogger » Fri Jan 20, 2023 4:32 pm

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So they have useless 1st..... Might get you eric gordon? Surely they will have to part with ayton or cam johnson...
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Re: 2023 trade deadline 

Post#132 » by Statlanta » Fri Jan 20, 2023 5:34 pm

I don't like Mason Plumelee on the Nuggets. I feel like he's regressed and it will just be another DeMarcus Cousins situation where they try a guy the coach knows but the guy has lost too much to be useful.
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Re: 2023 trade deadline 

Post#133 » by liquidswords » Fri Jan 20, 2023 5:37 pm

Alec Burks or Josh Richardson makes a ton of sense for Denver

For Phoenix, I can't figure out what they need honestly. Honest question - is Eric Gordon that much of an upgrade, at this point, over Landry Shamet?
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Re: 2023 trade deadline 

Post#134 » by Joshuan3 » Fri Jan 20, 2023 6:02 pm

Bobbymcgee wrote:Clippers need a more athletic big to share minutes with Zubac. Maybe bring back Hartenstein. Or, see who else might be available.


Mo Bamba would be interesting as well as, maybe even a Serge Ibaka reunion
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Re: 2023 trade deadline 

Post#135 » by CobraCommander » Fri Jan 20, 2023 7:51 pm

The clippers need Beal to reunite Beal and Wall...wiz fans support this -

Kuz needs to get back to the Lakers in a 3 way trade

KP needs to get back to NYC...but actually Brooklyn-

Rui also needs to go to the nets so that they can put a team on the floor with two dudes speaking Japanese

The wiz would like to trade The coach too...

The wiz don’t want players back we just want unprotected first round draft picks
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Post#136 » by SK21209 » Fri Jan 20, 2023 7:56 pm

We'll probably just do a small trade for like Reddish but I really want to see (1) Beverley/FRP for Kuz and (2) Russ/FRP for Rozier/Hayward, maybe Plumlee. I don't think either is outlandish and they would leave us with a decent squad.
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Re: 2023 trade deadline 

Post#137 » by SkyBill40 » Sat Jan 21, 2023 1:19 am

liquidswords wrote:For Phoenix, I can't figure out what they need honestly. Honest question - is Eric Gordon that much of an upgrade, at this point, over Landry Shamet?


We need a true PF, not Cam Johnson playing out of position and getting banged around by bigger guys. We also need to jettison Shamet no matter who we get back. Dude was a face palm acquisition from the jump and I can't believe they gave him a multi year extension even before he'd put on the jersey. Huge miss on the part of Jones and Williams. There's a reason why he's been on four or five teams in as many years.
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Re: 2023 trade deadline 

Post#138 » by Black Jack » Sat Jan 21, 2023 6:49 am

whatisacenter wrote:Don't look for the Warriors to be buyers at the deadline.

This is also why Kuminga, Wiseman and Moody remain likely to be with the Warriors beyond the deadline. They aren’t actively shopping their three recent lottery picks, according to those sources with knowledge of the Warriors’ thinking. That isn’t to say they couldn’t be moved in the right deal, but a rival team hoping to obtain them would be searching to get Moody or Wiseman on a bargain, and the Warriors aren’t in sell-low mode.


https://theathletic.com/4089003/2023/01/19/warriors-trade-scenarios-kuminga-wiseman/


Imagine if the Dubs had nailed just one of those 3 picks and added a guy like Franz or Sengun :x
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Re: 2023 trade deadline 

Post#139 » by Alatan » Sat Jan 21, 2023 5:19 pm

Nuggets should try and get Nerlens Noel. He can be a backup PF-C or even a starter in some lineups. I think he would be amazing next to Jokic. Currently he is rotting at the Pistons bench, probably because most teams cant make use of a defensive minded, offensively limited small C, but next to Jokic he could shine on both ends of the floor. It would not cost Denver much to get him and he would fix multiple weaknesses for the team.
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Re: 2023 trade deadline 

Post#140 » by giberish » Sat Jan 21, 2023 6:23 pm

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whatisacenter wrote:Don't look for the Warriors to be buyers at the deadline.

This is also why Kuminga, Wiseman and Moody remain likely to be with the Warriors beyond the deadline. They aren’t actively shopping their three recent lottery picks, according to those sources with knowledge of the Warriors’ thinking. That isn’t to say they couldn’t be moved in the right deal, but a rival team hoping to obtain them would be searching to get Moody or Wiseman on a bargain, and the Warriors aren’t in sell-low mode.


https://theathletic.com/4089003/2023/01/19/warriors-trade-scenarios-kuminga-wiseman/


Imagine if the Dubs had nailed just one of those 3 picks and added a guy like Franz or Sengun :x


I honestly don't see how they can justify keeping Wiseman. Unless they know that there is absolutely no market for him (like GS would have to provide incentive just to salary dump him level).

Yes, the return would certainly make the pick look bad. But the pick already looks bad, a trade return won't change that and the team could really use another credible rotation player.

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