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22 Jun 2017 18:50:29
Mavs - Timberwolves

Mavs get #7 pick

Timberwolves get Wesley Mathews and Dwight Powell

- mavs dump salary and get another lottery pick that could be used to pair Jonathon Isaac with Dennis Smith Jr

- timberwolves get the defensive minded veteran who can shoot from the perimeter (Mathews) and they also get a young, athletic playmaker in Powell.

This trade would set up the mavs for the future and give the timberwolves a playoff push this upcoming season

22 Jun 2017 23:44:15
god no. just no. Matthews is clearly the better of the two, and he is statistically below average. You don't shoot under 40% and get valued at the 7. Just no.

22 Jun 2017 16:19:55
Trade proposal:
Mavs, Wolves and Knicks
Mavs trade: Wes, Harris,Seth, Mejri, 9th pick
Wolves trade: Rubio, Payne and 7th pick
Knicks: Trade Porzingas

Mavs get: Rubio and Porzingas
Wolves get: Wes, Harris, Mejri
Knicks get: Seth, Payne, 7th pick and 9th pick

Wolves get the defense they want and a veteran to train their youngsters
Knicks get picks for a rebuild
Mavs get their win now future

22 Jun 2017 16:29:57
This is so bad for Minnesota and New York it's not even funny.

22 Jun 2017 23:36:09
Is this a joke Mavs fan? So the mavs give away 4 relatively inefficient and worthless pieces. they receive a solid starting pg and a top 5 young player?

Oh wait, they give up the 9th pick.

Literally no one except the Mavs benefit at all from this.

22 Jun 2017 07:35:20
Dallas Mavericks get Paul George, Ed Davis, 15th pick

Indiana Pacers get Seth Curry, Maurice Harkless, Meyers Leonard, 9th pick, 20th pick

Portland Trail Blazers get Wesley Matthews


Minnesota Timberwolves get Dwight Powell, Devin Harris, 15th pick

Dallas Mavericks get Ricky Rubio

22 Jun 2017 08:09:06
You must be a mavs. nevermind.

22 Jun 2017 08:52:29
that's funny right there.

21 Jun 2017 20:12:12
Pelicans offseason

Trade #1

Pels - Wesley Mathews

Mavs - Quincy Pondexter, Omer Asik, pick #40 and future 2nd rounder

The Mavs then stretch Asik and save a bunch of money vs. Matthews, gain a ton of cap room to be aggressive with too

Trade #2

Pels - Ricky Rubio

Wolves - Tim Frazier, Alexei Ajainca, future protected 1st

Clear salary dump for Min while Pels play with pass first PG who will probably cost half of holiday contract

With remains cap sign

CJ Miles 3 yr 20 mil
Patty Mills 2 yr 12 mil
James Micheal Mcadoo 3 yr contract

Lineup

PG - Rubio-Mills
SG - Mathews-Moore
SF- Hill-Miles
PF - Davis-McAdoo
C - Cousins-Diallo.

21 Jun 2017 23:44:02
Why does Minnesota need to clear salary? Besides, that is a terrible return for Rubio.

20 Jun 2017 15:52:01
Min - Russell, Matthews
Dallas - Rubio, #7
Lakers - #9, Tyus Jones

20 Jun 2017 16:23:26
I think Minnesota only does this if Isaac is gone at #7. I he's there, they'll take him as a good fit alongside Wiggins and KAT.

20 Jun 2017 19:43:59
Completely agree.

18 Jun 2017 14:38:48
Thunder-Mavs

Thunder get Wesley Matthews, Dwight Powell, Devin Harris, and #9 pick

Mavs get Victor Oladipo, Enes Kanter, Doug McDermott, and #21 pick.

18 Jun 2017 08:00:42
Heat Get: 9th pick

Mavericks Get: 14th pick, 21st pick

Thunder Get: Josh Richardson


Miami move up from the late lottery and can target players that possibly wouldn't be available where they were originally picking (Ntilikina, Smith Jr. or Markkanen).

Dallas get a good return for a mid lottery pick in a deep draft class, aiding their rebuild in the long term.

Oklahoma buy low on Richardson after a year plagued by injury and hope he can replicate the shooting prowess he displayed during his rookie season.

17 Jun 2017 19:15:54
Mavericks - Raptors

Mavericks gets:
Carroll
Poeltl
Wright
23th pick
2019 1st rd pick (lottery protected)

Raptors gets:
Barnes
2019 2nd rd pick

Raptors resign:
Lowry
Ibaka
Patterson
Tucker

Raptors 2017/18
Lowry/Joseph/VanVleet
DeRozan/Powell
Barnes/Tucker/Caboclo
Ibaka/Patterson/Siakam
Valanciunas/Nogueira

18 Jun 2017 04:09:18
Some were skeptical of Barnes getting all that money but he played fairly well and is still young. With him, Noel and #9 pick Mavs have pieces to lead them into the post Dirk-era. I don't see this trade helping them and don't like the value they are getting back for Barnes.

16 Jun 2017 12:32:11
OKC / MAVS

Thunder gets W. Matthews (17$) / D. Harris (4$)

Mavs get V. Oladipo (21$)

16 Jun 2017 15:30:44
I'm not sure why the Thunder would be willing to do this. Oladipo is clearly their 2nd best player. Mathews is older and worse in almost every facet of the game. He's also regressed statically while playing for a terrible team.

15 Jun 2017 00:49:29
Cleveland: D Nowitzki+ S Curry+ 9 pick (Markkanen or Collins)

Dallas: K Love+ Shumpert

Cle:
C: Thompson/Frye
PF: Nowitzki/Markkanen
SF: LBJ/K Korver
SG:Smith/S Curry
PG: Irving/ Williams

15 Jun 2017 04:22:56
Now we are getting loopy.

14 Jun 2017 22:54:27
3 way 76ers-Magic-Mavs

76ers get: #6,#9 of 2017 First round

Magic: #3, #36,#50, Curry

Mavs: Payton, Hezonja #25,#33

I anything like this can work. But I'm not really happy with the return for the Magic and the Mavs. Open for improvements.

15 Jun 2017 04:45:05
It's bad for the Mavs as neither Payton or Mario have performed as expected. If there was a 2018 top 5 protected first in there from one of the other teams in this deal, it may make it closer.

13 Jun 2017 16:01:21
MAVS / OKC #2017/18#

Dallas get V. Oladipo (21$)

Thunder gets W. Matthews (17.5) + D. Harris (3.5$)

13 Jun 2017 16:45:51
Is there one good reason that OKC would do this?

13 Jun 2017 17:45:52
Oladipo is arguably better than Matthews and much younger, not certain how this makes OKC any better. Dallas would have to offer more for this to work, just matching salaries isn't enough.

14 Jun 2017 00:25:57
swap picks maybe.

02 Jun 2017 04:51:05
Mavs get Klay
Dubs get Wes + #9.

01 Jun 2017 13:59:58
Mavs trade up
Mavs trade Curry, 9th pick, 1st round pick 2019 (lottery protected)
Mavs get 3rd pick

76ers trade down
76ers trade Okafor, Henderson, 3rd pick
76ers get Biyombo, Curry, 6th pick

Magic trade down
Magic trade Biyombo, 6th pick
Magic get Okafor, Henderson, 9th pick, 1st round pick 2019 (lottery protected) from Mavs


Mavs:
- decline team-option on Dirk (and resign him later)
- use team-option on Harris & Ferrell
- draft SG/SF Jackson with #3 pick to build him up slowly by learning how to win and become future franchise player (like Spurs did with K.Leonard)
- sign Lowry and resign Dirk & Noel
Lowry/Barea/Ferrell
Matthews/Harris/#3Jackson
Barnes/#3Jackson
Dirk/Powell/Barnes
Noel/Mejri

76ers:
- with #6 pick select Monk (or Smith)
- get needed 3pt shooter with Curry and a defensive presence at frontcourt from the bench with Biyombo
- trust the process
Simmons/McConnell/Bayless
#6Monk/Curry/Anderson
Covington/Simmons/Luwawu
Saric/Holmes/Long
Embiid/Biyombo/Holmes


Magic:
- Okafor needs a restart and he still has plenty of room to develop + he is much cheaper than Biyombo
- lose 3 spots in draft (from 6th to 9th) but they add another 1st round pick
Payton/Augustin/Watson
Fournier/Hezonja/Henderson
Ross/Gordon/Hezonja
Gordon/#9Markkanen
Vucevic/Okafor

01 Jun 2017 16:02:12
my assumption is you are a mavs fan, because this is laughably moronic.

mavs give up bench player, the 9th, and a pick that isn't in the lottery. and get a franchise player in either ball, fox, tatum or jackson?

but wait, the sixers give up relatively the same quality players value wise. but take on a HORRIBLE contract. and the payment for this is to move down 3 spots, from awesome choice. to hit or miss?

Just wow.

01 Jun 2017 18:26:41
The Sixers could just take monk at 3 if this was the return, and they didn't like jackson, tatum or fox which this suggests.

For them to trade back to 6 it should take a similar package to what it would take for them to move to 1. The difference between jackson and monk is much larger then jackson and fultz.

01 Jun 2017 18:31:07
Not that I like Biyombo's contract but a underized rim protector makes more sense then having Vuc, Okafor and Markkanen rotation the Magic need to speed up and go small as they looked better towards the end of the season when Gordon, Ross, Payton etc can get out and run. If anything I think trading Vuc makes more sense Biyombo contract will be hard to shift with out taking trash back Vuc is on a friendly contract and doesn't fit the style they need to play by the time they have turned things round Biyombo's contract will be ending and won't matter. They need to stick with their pick or move up if they can to land a star potential player.

02 Jun 2017 01:34:03
Awful for sixers. Drop from 6 to 3 for fillers and a bad contract. Colangelo would be beheaded.

01 Jun 2017 05:38:06
Suns get loaded

Suns trade Bledsoe, Bender
Receive #5, Papagiannis

Kings trade #5, Papagiannis
Recieve #9, Bledsoe

Dallas Trade #9
Receive Bender

Suns draft Fox and Tatum

Fox/Ulis
Booker/Knight
Tatum/Warren
Chriss/Dudley
Chandler/Papagiannis

01 Jun 2017 06:58:19
I'm a Suns fan and I dnt see any of those teams doing that trade, Kings or Mavs.

01 Jun 2017 07:07:44
I don't think Dallas Mavs trading #9 for Bender is completely unrealistic with other similar style stretch bigs like Zach Collins and Lauri Markkanen predicted to go around there but that trade in itself doesn't really help either team for that reason plus if Mavs keep pick they have more flexibility and can get a point guard potentially.

Don't think Kings are a good destination for Bledose. Kings are much more likely to use #5 pick to get a younger guard like Fox who would pair nicely with Hield in backcourt from an age and play style standpoint. I certainly don't think they trade back to #9 and give up Papagiannis to get Bledose.

Phoenix would be smart to trade Bledsoe (Bender not so sure if he is worth trading unless its part of a package to get a higher level prospect) but Kings aren't a good destination. Should trade him to teams looking for a solid yet relatively cheap starting guard such as Nuggets, Mavs, Bulls, Pacers, Spurs, etc. I think Bledsoe is a very good player and with his defense and improved scoring ability has talent to be 2nd best player on a playoff team. The big issue and what makes his value around a mid first rounder is his injury concerns.

31 May 2017 01:57:35
PHX-DAL-CHI

PHX : 9th pick + Devin Harris
draft J.Tatum and F.Ntilikina

PG : B.Knight-T.Ulis-D.Harris
SG : D.Booker-F.Ntilikina-L.Barbosa
SF : J.Tatum-T.Warren
PF : M.Chriss-J.Dudley
CE : T.Chandler-D.Bender

DAL : E.Bledsoe + D.Wade + 16th pick

PG : E.Bledsoe-Y.Ferrell
SG : D.Wade-S.Curry
SF : H.Barnes-D.Finney-Smith
PF : D.Nowitzki-D.Powell
CE : N.Noel-S.Mejri

CHI : W.Matthews + 2nd round pick DAL + 2nd round pick PHX

PG : R.Rondo-M.Carter-Williams
SG : W.Matthews-D.Valentine
SF : J.Butler-P.Zipser
PF : P.Millsap (sign)-B.Portis
CE : R.Lopez-C.Felicio

31 May 2017 08:14:27
Suns could do that.

28 May 2017 19:10:03
4 way Trade Proposal GS - Bos - Dal - Min

GS trades Klay Thompson
GS Receives Seth Curry, Dwight Powell, #9 pick from Mavs (draft Lauri Markannen)

Dal trades Seth curry, Dwight Powell, Wes Matthews, and #9 pick
Dal receives klay Thompson and Ricky Rubio

Bos trades 1st pick
Bos receives Dieng and 7th pick (draft PG)

Minnesota trades Rubio, dieng, 7th pick
Minnesota receives Matthews, Zeller (waive), Mickey (waive), 1st pick (draft Fultz)


GSW opens up some cap space. Adds a knockdown shooter in Curry. Adds an athletic, rim-chasing big in Powell. Adds a stretch 5 who would add even more space on offense.

Dal gets the pass first pg they desire and one of the best 3 and d players in the league. They may be getting a little too much in this deal. 2019 first may have to be thrown in.

Bos gets a solid all around big man without letting go of any of its main contributors. In this draft, the 7th pick should still be a good prospect but I don't know if Ainge would see Dieng as valuable enough to bridge the gap between these 6 picks.

Minnesota drafts Fultz. He could be there pg for the next decade +. This move also free cap space allowing them to look for a pf (Millsap?) in free agency

I believe this trade makes all 4 teams better than before. What do you guys think?

28 May 2017 19:37:01
Not enough for Klay and Boston could get more out of the 1st pick.

28 May 2017 19:48:40
Why would the Celtics do this when they could just sign a big in free agency and keep the first pick?

28 May 2017 19:53:30
Out of all those names, the only one that would get Ainge to return a phone call would be Thompson. Dieng doesn't come close to moving the needle.

29 May 2017 05:00:57
You guys seem to be very high on Markelle Fultz. In my opinion, Dennis Smith and Gorgui Dieng (as a pair) are more valuable than Fultz. Dieng is a proven, starting caliber big man who can play either C or PF and he is signed for the next 4 years. If the Celtics were to look for a big man in free agency, they'd have to pay him more than Dieng. For the Celtics, this trade nets them a quality big man, a young guard with a lot of potential, and they maintain enough cap space to sign a max player such as Hayward.

26 May 2017 08:59:56
DAL / OKC


Mavs get V. Oladipo

Thunder get W. Matthews

26 May 2017 12:46:59
OKC obviously needs more. How about this?

Mavs get Oladipo, McDermott, Singler, and #21 pick

Thunder get Matthews, D. Harris, and #9 pick.

26 May 2017 13:13:21
The Mavs have Barnes, so they don't need McDermott, but i like that trade idea.

26 May 2017 13:33:03
McDermott would be a backup.

25 May 2017 16:01:41
NYK - MIN - DAL

NYK get: Seth Curry and 2017 1st DP DAL
Draft: Frank Ntilinka (9)

pg. Ntilinka
sg. Curry
sf. Anthony
pf. Porzingis
c. Hernangomez

MIN get: Joakim Noah and 2017 1st DP NYK
Draft: Dennis Smith (7) and Malik Monk (8)

pg. Smith/ Dunn
sg. LaVine/ Monk
sf. Wiggins
pf. Dieng
c. Towns

DAL get: Ricky Rubio and Future NYK 1st DP
Resign: Nerlens Noel

pg. Rubio
sg. Matthews
sf. Barnes
pf. Nowitzki
c. Noel

19 May 2017 07:22:21
Eric Bledose is a very solid pg signed reasonably for 2 more years that can play very good defense and be a second scoring option on a playoff team. Phx should shop him for younger talent after he is coming off a good, healthy season (he missed only one game before being benched at end of season to allow Suns to tank)

Which of these Eric Bledsoe trades do you think is most reasonable?

1. Bledsoe + #32 to Bulls for #16
Bledsoe would give Bulls a starting caliber pg on a reasonable contract to pair with Butler and create a defensive duo. Bulls could still sign someone like Galo to be a stretch 4. Phx add a younger piece with pick

2. Bledsoe + Warren for Dallas #9
Dallas makes a move that puts them in playoff contention with strong starting pg as well as a young wing in Warren who can score off the bench. Phx get another lotto pick. Can get Tatum and Smith/ Ntilikina to add to young core

3. Bledsoe + #32 to Denver for #13 pick
A lot of potential moves Nuggets could make for Bledsoe but he'd give them a true starting caliber pg that would be deadly combo with Jokic that could push them into playoffs. Phx get another lotto pick to add young talent that will help in the future.

4. Bledsoe to Detroit for #12, Jackson
Jackson looked bad returning from injury and is due a lot of money. They upgrade at pg while saving money with Bledsoe. Phx takes Jacksons bad deal and gets a lotto pick too. Phx would probably try to make a move for Stanley Johnson too who seems under-utilized.

5. Bledose to Indy for #18 pick
indy already has Teague but he would cost double Bledsoe's salary to resign. The money saved could be used to bring in more help via FA and help Pacers build a more formidable team to make a last stand to keep George.

19 May 2017 10:07:21
I think the Denver deal is the best here and could potentially get them into the playoffs while giving the suns a decent pick in return.

19 May 2017 14:39:08
OK. how about :
Bledsoe, #32 pick this year. and Miami's 2018 1st. to Orlando for #6 and some filler.

19 May 2017 19:48:23
I like the Denver move. It works for both sides, and the value both get are great. I don't know if 16 or 18 are good enough picks for me to move Bledsoe straight up. he's not perfect, but I'm not sure if you're getting someone better than him there, even in this draft.

If I'm Dallas, I have to start thinking about getting some youth in there. Dirk only has a year or two left, and while I'm all about giving him a last hurrah, you also have to think about the future when you can. They need to bring in a kid to build their next generation. The Detroit trade is interesting, as they have plenty of cap space to bring Jackson in to just sit the bench if they wanted.

#12 is a very enticing return for that, but I don't do it just because of how bad he seems to be for the culture of his teams. I don't want a guy like that infecting my young kids.

 
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