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13 Apr 2018 14:31:41
Sixers/Bulls

Sixers get: future highly protected 2nd
Bulls get: Bayless (1yr left at 9mill), and sixers own 2018 #1(pick 26).

Sixers clear 9 more million in cap room, allow them to go after LBJ.

Bulls gain another first round pick for their rebuild. Only on the hook for 1 year with bayless. Win/Win trade.
Sixers are on an amazing run, and to think they are the #3 seed and winners of 52 games was not even in anyones mind at the beginning of the season. Saying this, I am a firm believer that adding arguably the best player on the planet to ANY team will be a good thing. They will make the fit work with Simmons and LBJ. This is what "The Process" was all about. Getting the top picks, hoping one or two become all stars, and then being able to attract free agents.

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1.) 13 Apr 2018 14:48:58
Bulls could then try to flip that plus pels pick and Bobby Portis for a teen pick 12-16?


2.) 13 Apr 2018 14:50:55
This is reasonable, and continues to be a trend in the NBA. The fact that the Bulls only have to take on one year of Bayless, while teams like the Nets are taking on multi year deals is a win for them. Philly already has another 1st in the draft, so losing the least favourable one is no big deal.


3.) 13 Apr 2018 14:56:03
Could probably get a 2nd for him outright. Expiring deal has some value.


4.) 13 Apr 2018 15:05:12
The 5 year 'Process" top draft picks:

2013: #6 Nerlens Noel-failure, #11 MCW (turned into #10 pick this year from Lakers) -To be determind
2014: #3 Joel Embiid-Success, #12 Dario Saric-Success
2015: #3 Jahlil Okafor-Failure
2016: #1 Ben Simmons-Success
2017: #1 Markelle Fultz-To be determind

The fortunate thing about "the process' is it produced two top NBA talents, gave the team an identity and togetherness, made the sixers an actual destination that free agaents may be attracted too, and left the Sixers with huge cap room to possibly get another top player.


5.) 13 Apr 2018 15:26:02
If PHI gets to the Conference championship, or better, free agents will be there.


6.) 13 Apr 2018 22:03:05
Expiring contracts only have value if you trade a longer term contract for it. They won’t get a second straight up for it. A team isn’t going well we want to spend 9 million for no reason. I mean. It’s expiring so yay.


7.) 14 Apr 2018 13:09:44
I'm going well, I mean, so yay! Every GM is an adolescent girl?


 

 

03 Apr 2018 19:56:41
Sixers/Bulls

Sixers get: Bulls pick #8
Bulls get: Lakers pick #10 and Sixers pick #24, knicks pick #39

Sixers move up 2 spots to grab Carter, Bridges, or Porter(if he falls due to injury).
Bulls move down 2 spots but gain another #1 pick and a high 2nd rd pick.

Jvoug1

1.) 03 Apr 2018 20:24:31
Why would bulls do this they need help more at sf Philly already has ROCO bulls if asked trade that pick for Robert Covington bulls have bunch of cap.


2.) 03 Apr 2018 23:34:51
I think this all depends on who Chicago is targeting. If they're higher on a guys like Miles Bridges or Knox than Sexton, young, Carter or Mikal Bridges this may make sense.


 

 

25 Mar 2018 16:24:38
Sixers/Cavs

IF LBJ goes to Houston or La......

Sixers get: KLove
Cavs get: Lakers #1,Sixers #1 2018

Love is a perfect fit with Embiid and Simmons. He's 29, still has 3-4 prime years left, shoots 41% from deep and rebounds a a high rate. Plus, this allows Saric to be the 6th man a strengthen the Sixers weak bench tremendously.
Cavs get two more #1 picks to rebuild.

Jvoug1

1.) 25 Mar 2018 17:07:34
That'd be great for Cleveland, if Lebron leaves.


2.) 25 Mar 2018 18:43:13
I like it a lot for both sides. Love is a perfect third option and (as you said) fits the other two stars in Phili.


3.) 25 Mar 2018 18:49:56
rkenne16: Do you think Cavs would do it for the Lakers lottery pick only? It would unload $25mill from their payroll as well. Just a thought?


4.) 25 Mar 2018 19:23:44
Possibly, it would give them the ability to resign Hood and/ or a Lebron s and t without having to pay luxury tax. It's hard to tell what Love's trade value is. He's an allstar, but he will be 30 and he has obvious holes in his game.


5.) 26 Mar 2018 02:02:56
I really don't think the Sixers would do this. If they're going to get an older star to complement Embiid and Simmons, I believe they would get a guard. They already have Saric who plays a similar role to what Love does at a much lower price tag (obviously not as good) .


6.) 26 Mar 2018 15:18:14
Yeah. After posting this trade for just the laker pick for Love on a sixer site, I was slaughtered. I still think Love would improve the starting 5 and improve the bench (with saric moving to 6th man) . TTP.


7.) 26 Mar 2018 16:05:26
I think Bayless would have to involved from the Philly end. I don't think it's bad for Philly though. Adding Love, Simmons being atleast somewhat of a threat from 3, and a heathy Fultz could make Philly a realistic threat to win the East. They have the athleticism to cover for him (his defensive rebounding and post defense are both good, but he's bad in transition and he doesn't protect the rim) and his shooting could fill a big hole in their line up with Simmons not being able to shoot and real concerns about Fultz being able to shoot. He would bring experience from a player that actually contributes and could take a lot of pressure off of their young guys.


 

 

11 Mar 2018 17:52:47
76ers/Bulls

The Sixers currently hold pick #11,17,35,39,47,and 60.
The Bulls have picks #9 and 24 (Plus a ton of cap space no bigtime FA will take with a team beginning a total rebuild).

Sixers get: #9
Bulls get: #11,17,35,47,60 and bayless(has 1 year remaining at $9mill).
The #11 and #17 for the #9 seems fair. And 3 second rounders to take on one year of bayless seems more then fair, especially since Chicago has tons of cap space).
This gives the bulls 3 #1 picks and 3 second rd picks in the draft. Sixers get rid of byless's one year at 9 mill, freeing up more space to land a big fish(ie LBJ), plus draft Mikal Bridges out of Villanova at #9(who very likely would be there at #11 anyway).
Sixers 2018
C; Embiid,Holmes
Pf: Saric,Ilyosova,Bolden
SF: LBJ,Covington,Bridges
SG: Redick,Fultz,Bridges
PG: Simmons,Fultz,McConnel

Jvoug1

1.) 11 Mar 2018 17:57:30
If bulls pick falls in that 5-8 range, just have sixers sending #17 to bulls to take bayless, and leave out the 3 second rounders. That may actually make more sense and still have the desired results for both teams. I may have over complicated the trade in the original post.


2.) 11 Mar 2018 18:27:41
If Fultz can come in and be anything close to what he was suppose to be next year that team would be really good. Add in a player like Bridges, who you would hope can come in and be something similiar to Tatum this year and that team has a real chance at a title. The length and defense would be ridiculous and having Fultz and Saric to lead the bench unit could give them one of the better 2nd groups in the league. There are a lot of questions added to the ones above like Embiid's health and can Simmons develop enough of a 3 that he actually has to be respected, but the Rockets and Warriors would have to be legitimately concerned.


3.) 12 Mar 2018 00:21:23
Boston be Better choice then 76ers.


 

 

05 Jan 2018 21:09:03
76ers/Lakers

Sixers need some bench scoring and have cap space. Lakers need to unload salary

Sixers get: Jordan Clarkson
Lakers get: Amir Johnson

Sixers get a quality scorer off the bench. Sixers still have enough cap room to make a play at one max player in the off-season . Lakers cut 12.5 million in salary next year and 13.5 mill the following year. This helps Lakers in their pursuit of the FA big fishes. Win/Win???

Jvoug1

1.) 05 Jan 2018 21:11:17
Amir Johnson is an 11 million expiring contract. Clarkson makes 11.5 this year
Perfect salary match.


2.) 05 Jan 2018 21:15:39
I think you would have to throw in a protects future first for this to make sense for the Lakers.


3.) 05 Jan 2018 21:44:57
Rkenne: I think a future 2nd rounder will do it. Not going to tie up a future first time make this deal.


4.) 05 Jan 2018 23:48:03
I could see that over the summer if any of the Lebron etc. rumors come true (a 2nd for Clarkson straight up), but I think they hold out for a decent asset until they would actually have to a move. It's not like he would be overly hard to move. He's still young and on a contract that isn't terrible considering his production.


5.) 05 Jan 2018 23:52:41
Lakers will pass. Clarkson is an asset. They clearly will get more than Amir Johnson and a relatively worthless second.


6.) 06 Jan 2018 01:41:23
The Lakers aren’t going to see Clarkson as an asset in July when they’re trying to sign 2 Max free agents and Clarkson’s salary is holding that back.


7.) 06 Jan 2018 09:45:53
Can't see the Lakers doing that. They advertised wanting picks, and are willing to wait just before draft, after the season. Definitely want a first for Clarkson. Especially if they have to pay A. Johnson the rest of the season. I like Bayless, he isn't super expensive or anything, why do PHI fans despise him?


8.) 06 Jan 2018 13:28:11
Angels, I just don't think they have to do it now. We've seen teams make these kind of signings and move players once they get a commitment from someone. I think they're trying to trade him now while they still have some leverage and can get something out of him. I think he has some real value and if it were only a 2nd and an expiring contract/ capspace that was needed to get him, he would already be gone.


9.) 06 Jan 2018 13:30:49
Jorgawood: watching Bayless attempt to play defense is painful. He makes Oakfor look like Bill Russell. And I don't think Lakers get a first for clarkson. How many teams have expiring contracts, cap space for clarkson, a willingness to use that cap on clarkson? Most teams with late first round picks are already cap strapped. And I don't see any of the teams under the cap willing to give up a high to mid first for clarkson If you look at all the variables, the market for clarkson is small.


10.) 06 Jan 2018 15:21:14
Clarkson has a good contract, and Kuzma, Nance, and Randle at PF as of now. Randle for Amir would work, but why? Salaries don't match either of course. Can't see the rush, or need to trade for a guy they more than likely aren't going to keep, or need. The Lakers said they really didn't have plans on trading Clarkson until seasons end because they have had good offers for him, and are confident they can shed his salary in a flash if needed. Clarkson in a sign-and trade is a good piece too. Not sure of his exact value, but I don't think a late 1st, whether future, or this season is out of the question. Depends on what players would be involved if any. Traded Russell, and Mozgov for Lopez, and Kuzma.


11.) 06 Jan 2018 18:04:00
Jorgawood : the Russell and mozgov for Lopez and pick 27 ( great selection on kuzma ) was a steal of the year deal. They all don't and won't be that lopsided. Almost any trade compared to that one looks bad. I see your point, but I just hear too many rumors of Lakers trying to dump salary (ie clarkson, randle, and of course deng) at the trade deadline.


12.) 06 Jan 2018 19:28:02
Kuzma was luckier than your last 100, bet on 00 on a roulette wheel. True. I think if they could package him to rid themselves of Deng you will see a deadline move. Even throw in a pick. Making moves with Clarkson alone, and not getting an asset, just to shed salary before the deadline almost guarantee's their pick 2-5 goes to BOS. I think everyone knows that's got to be on the Lakers minds. Building up BOS with L. A. Assets is a real stinger for L. A. It's personal. Ainge/ Magic Still a little competitive I'd guess. Oh yeah, Bayless is terrible on D. For sure.


13.) 06 Jan 2018 20:01:11
Or. if Lakers pick conveys at #1, they don't help the celtics at all. Sixers keep it. Currently we are about halfway through the regular season, and the Lakers lead the NBA in losses. If they unload more marginal talent at the deadline to clear up cap for next year, that will help them keep that lofty loss distinction. I'm all in.


14.) 06 Jan 2018 20:10:38
Jorgawood : Do yourself a favor and watch the Danny Ainge Sedale Threatt clip on youtube.


15.) 06 Jan 2018 21:47:58
I apologize. Atlanta has 1 more loss then Lakers. I just became a hawks fan.


16.) 16 Jan 2018 03:02:56
Absolutely no to wasting max cap space on Jordan freaking Clarkson.


 

 

 

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27 May 2018 04:42:54
Sixers are not going for that. Love is injury prone and the rest is garbage.

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25 May 2018 17:51:39
Trading for Leonard simply doesn't make sense for Philly. The package of Saric, Covington, Fultz and or #10 is just too much for the current sixers team, as constructed, to part with. Leonard is a superior talent, but the trade just isn't here to make.

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22 May 2018 17:46:03
Ridiculously in cavs favor, . Kings would never agree to this.

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22 May 2018 14:23:48
If Mikal bridges is gone at #10, and no other top 8 prospects fall in the draft, I like this deal for the sixers. Bender is still only 20, would be a useful "Kelly Olnyk" type off the bench as a C/ PF back-up with upside. Plus ditching bayless's 9 mill off the books helps clear room for a FA. Suns add another top 10 pick, plus a late 1st rounder. I guess it depends on how high phx is on Bender.

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10 May 2018 00:32:28
Twolves receive the two best players in the entire mega deal. They get way too much in this deal.

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