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02 Dec 2017 18:22:43
76ers: Mills

Spurs: Okafor + 1rnd pick

02 Dec 2017 18:56:22
The 76ers seem pretty well off at and even with Parker back it's a weakness for the Spurs. I'm not sure this makes much sense for either team.

02 Dec 2017 19:12:56
Philadelphia does not need either an Okafor or pick in draft, more need for a solid complement of players, players with experience.
Spurs have to strengthen themselves on the guards positions, additionally a little rejuvenate the composition.

03 Dec 2017 02:37:06
Um, actually the sixers would probably prefer just drafting a back up pg. Unless you think they intend to start mills over simmons.

03 Dec 2017 04:12:38
Hamburger, they already have McConnell and Fultz. Plus all 3 of those guys are cheaper than Mills. Also, is every team can use more picks.

03 Dec 2017 13:36:55
Trade makes zero sense. Sixers do not need pg depth, with Simmons, McConnell, Bayless and Fultz (albeit currntly injured) on the roster. And why would they give up a first round pick for another pg? Sixers may wind up trading the pick and Okafor, but not for a package for another back up at a position they are strong at already.

03 Dec 2017 20:47:17
mills isn't worth a 1st.

22 Nov 2017 18:15:19

SAS get: Julius Randle and Jordan Clarkson

pg. Clarkson
sg. Green
sf. Gay (Leonard)
pf. Alrdidge
c. Gasol

LAL get: Tony Parker (exp) and 2018 1st DP SAS

pg. Ball
sg. KCP
sf. Ingram
pf. Kuzma
c. Lopez

22 Nov 2017 14:51:28
Chicago gets Deng, Shumpert (uses trade exception), Randle, Zizic, Osman, the Cavs 2021 first top 10 protected

The Cavs get R. Lopez and Green

The Spurs get Clarkson and a Cavs 2nd

The Lakers get Pondexter (exp) and Frye (exp)

22 Nov 2017 15:11:48
I can't see the Bulls doing this. They would want some extra draft picks.

25 Nov 2017 03:25:38
Randle to Spurs, 2018 1st Spurs to Bulls.

19 Nov 2017 20:05:48
blazer get: deandre, lou will, spurs 1st
spurs get mccollum
clippers get: danny green, tony parker, zach collins

19 Nov 2017 20:24:57
Spurs need to be giving up more.

20 Nov 2017 00:23:36
I don't think Portland would want Jordan and the clippers should get something extra.

20 Nov 2017 03:11:16
Jordan and Nurkic would be a bad fit together. And Jordan is an expiring contract while McCollum has 5 years left. McCollum has a lot more value than Jordan.

20 Nov 2017 03:13:54
@rkenne was thinking that, but what else do they really have to give up. that’s why i included the 1st.

01 Nov 2017 11:47:09
Already tired of paper work. So I got bored and made a trade just for Dacman. Theoretically if the Pelicans blow it up

The Pelicans get Brogdon, J.Parker, Maker, Zizic, Osman, Thompson, Shumpert(buyout),Frye(waive), Monroe (waive),the Brooklyn 1st, the Cavs 2021 first (top 10 protected), the Bucks and Spurs 18 firsts (lottery protected)
They also waive rondo, Allen, and Nelson

The Spurs get Holiday and DJ Wilson

The Cavs get Cousins, Green, and Delly

The Bucks get Davis, Asik, and T. Parker.

The Pelicans end up with a ton of cap room, picks and young prospects to start a rebuild

The Spurs get a pg that will fit their system perfectly and could get the back to atleast fhen WCFs

The Cavs get everything they need to compete with GS.

01 Nov 2017 13:32:24
LOL And then we move to Seattle and become the Sonics.

01 Nov 2017 16:08:00
holiday would help the spurs alot, but i think green is too valuable to the spurs to give up to bring in a scoring pg. greens defense and shooting will only help alongside holiday. maybe osman should go to sa to sweeten parting with green a bit.
but if the pels were to decide to blow it up, i think they would prob seek teams with more young prospects and higher picks.
and i think mil wants to commit to their core and see how far they can go, so selling the farm for davis doesn’t make sense for them more than some other teams ( ie. nets, bulls, suns, mavs)

01 Nov 2017 17:34:12
Dona, the only one of those guys that a young team with assets would go after is Davis and Brogdon, Parker, Maker, a first and getting rid of Asik is a huge package for him. The only team that might be willing to beat that is the Celtics. Holiday would get something similar to what the Suns are being offered and we already know about what Cousins is worth. As for the Spurs, They've been lightly shopping Green for over a year and I don't think they plan on bringing him back next year.

01 Nov 2017 20:14:27
right, bc the teams i mentioned should be the primary donor, and recipient of davis. the mil package is nice, but u can't say any of those guys is going to be a star even close to ad’s level (unless jabari miraculously makes a 180) i'm of the opinion if u give up one of the top 5 players of a generation, you should get the world in return, not a package where u might get an all star and two or three role players. they should try on or around day when they can get a guaranteed pick (s) (aka 1-3) not gambling on a (nets) pick that could not be top 5.
cousins is another story, i really think no shouldve given him the extension already (but he may not have wanted to) . it seems obvious to me, lock him in and u can trade him later if it isn’t working out (or he can request a trade, where u will get comparable value to what he is worth on an expiring. ) i just hate seeing them walk this tightrope where things could work out (unlikely) or they get pennies for him, or worse nothing.

31 Oct 2017 17:47:32
1) Spurs-Phoenix

Spurs: Bledsoe+2rnd pick
Phoenix: P Gasol+ Murray

2)Spurs- Milwaukee-Nets

Spurs:T Booker and Monroe
Miwaukee:LM Aldridge
Nets: P Mills+ 1rnd pick Bucks

This will give the Spurs 55 M capspace. (If Gay opt's out)
Both LBJ and D Cousins sign with a discount
LBJ 28M*2
Cousins 25M*4 (playing with Bledsoe and winning a championship)

C: D Cousins
SF: K Leonard
SG: D Green
PG: Bledsoe

31 Oct 2017 18:18:14
1) Gay won't opt out
2) LBJ and DMC will not sign at a discount.

31 Oct 2017 18:44:50
Gay is playing for 8M a year, he will opt out.

LBJ is worth 400M, he would play for a discount (it's still 28M a year) .
He loves Popovic, K Leonard is the ideal wingman and the Spurs are the perfect organisation to win another title.

Ok, Cousins is a wild guess, but i think he could do this (it's still a 100M dollar contract) .
The media made him a badboy, but he did good things for the Sacramento community. He can play with his friend Bledsoe, he can play with the GOAT and with the best player of his generation.
That team would beat GS. And Popovic would make him a beter player.

31 Oct 2017 19:57:59
Lebron and cousins would have to leave something like 12 million a year each on the table. That isn't going to happen.

31 Oct 2017 20:10:07
The one thing i agree with in this post is that the Cavs will blow up at seasons end. One way or the other.

31 Oct 2017 21:03:35
I could see LBJ be willing to take a discount to go to his preferred destination, but I don't see Cousins doing so.

Suns don't make first deal. They are attempting to move Tyson in a Bledsoe move. Instead of doing so, they end up taking back another overpaid veteran Center.

31 Oct 2017 23:45:59
ive had a feeling lebron might target sa, its no seft t he loves pop.
but i don’t think boogie would take the necessary paycut to make that utterly scary lineup happen.

01 Nov 2017 03:14:59
*no secret he loves pop.

23 Oct 2017 12:57:04
The Cavs get Danny Green and Dudley

The Spurs get Bledsoe and Shumpert

The Suns get Parker (expiring), Frye (expiring), Osman, Forbes, the Spurs 18 1st and the Cavs 2021 first top 12 protected.

23 Oct 2017 13:18:12
I don't think the Spurs would trade Parker, and i'm not sure it's a good trade for them.
D Green is still a good defender, that fits the system.
And Bledsoe, have had many injuries.

23 Oct 2017 14:55:45
Parker looked terrible last year and after the injury you have to wonder if he's done. I would imagine he and Frye both get bought out. Parker could just rehab the rest of the year and if the Spurs wanted to they could sign him in the off season to a new deal. I also don't see the Spurs signing Green to a new deal unless he takes a significant home town discount. Shumpert could provide some of what Green would gave them and Bledsoe would be a huge upgrade at pg.

23 Oct 2017 15:45:22
I don't mind the deal from a reasonable standpoint, but I have to agree with Gasupo that I don't think the Spurs will deal Parker.

23 Oct 2017 17:02:49
i would love to see bleds end up in SA, and green is a great addition for clev, but phx is getting a whole lot of trash.

23 Oct 2017 17:31:08
Donadamsky, they get over 20 million in cap next year, 2 decent prospects and 2 firsts. That's fairly solid for a good but not great pg who has an extensive injury history and just asked out. I do agree the Spurs willingness to trade Parker might hold something like this up, but Parker looks about done.

07 Oct 2017 13:56:34
The Cavs get Aldridge, Green, and Young

The Pacers get Smith, Tavares, Jefferson, Felder, Zizic, a Spurs 1st, and 2nd

The Spurs get Thompson, Frye, Osman and the Brooklyn first

The Cavs bring in 3 guys that will help them win now. Green would be a great fit at Sg for the Cavs, Young would be an upgrade at the back up pf and has a similiar style play to Jeff Green, and Aldridge gives them a 4th allstar and player that the Warriors may struggle with given the attention they would have to give the rest of the Cavs weapons.

The Pacers take on a bad contract in smith, but get back a nice package of assets to help in a rebuild.

The Spurs need to shake things up. In a league that's turning into an arms race they have fallen behind. This opens up more cap space for them next summer, gives them a young centern who can start, gives them a top pick in the draft for Pop to mold, and I think Pop could turn Osman into better version of Danny Green.

07 Oct 2017 20:34:03
sounds alright for the cavs if aldridge and green are really how they want to spend the bk pick. but this move doesn’t make much sense for the spurs if they are trying to contend this year, no denying the bk pick is great for their future but i think this trade decreases their chances in the west for this season. also, the pacers are taking a lot of garbage just to get late 1st and 2nd rounders.

07 Oct 2017 21:00:16
For the Pacers Zizic is a solid prospect who probably would have went in the first round had he come out this year rather than a few years ago, they get a first and second, Felder and Tavares both probably get looks and if they don't like what they see they're in the final guaranteed years of their contracts. Jefferson is in his last guaranteed year and could be a cheap veteran to help with the lockerroom. Smith's contract is really the only negative asset they take on.

For the Spurs, I don't think they can compete with the top of the West either way and Aldridge and Green both don't seem to be in their long term plans. They get to cash I. Now and add 2 solid pieces, while also getting a potential star in the draft and maintaining a ton of cap room to go out and get another star to go with Leonard.

09 Oct 2017 21:29:18
Pretty solid all the way around. If there was maybe someone on the light end it might be the Spurs but overall a solid proposal.

02 Oct 2017 18:36:34
Bucks: Ingram+ Deng
Spurs: clarckson

LA:Monroe+ T Parker(release him)+ J Parker+ 1rnd pick Bucks+ 1rnd pick Spurs

03 Oct 2017 15:11:15
Sadly, Spurs won't give up on Parker this year. They should, but they won't.

03 Oct 2017 19:01:06
i would be VERY hesitant to give up ingram in any deng dump (randle would be a much more comfortable option) two late firsts isn’t worth it. however this is the same front office that gave up deangelo russell for one year of brook lopez (and no picks) . not a very cap-conscious move for mil either if they are trying to be contenders. sure they shed monroe’s salary, but its expiring and u get three years of deng.

04 Oct 2017 13:14:06
Dona, I don't think Randle alone is enough. I do think this is to big a risk though. By the way things are shaking out, the Lakers could strike out in free agency. Westbrook resigned, comments from George made it sound like he's staying put, Lebron said he is staying sort of and I would believe it if George isn't going any where, and Cousins future is fairly unpredictable.

02 Oct 2017 17:25:53
Miami: LMA

Spurs: Farried

Denver: Olynyk+Ellington 1rnd pick Spurs 2018+ 1rnd pick Miami 2020(top7 protected)

C Whiteside/ J Johnson
PF: LMA/ Adebayo
SF: winslow/ T Johnson
PG: Dragic/Drew

02 Oct 2017 20:08:07
bad for spurs,

02 Oct 2017 22:49:01
They get a younger player on a better contract.

03 Oct 2017 02:04:27
Yes Gasupo they get the younger player but the talent level is too far for them to accept such offer.

03 Oct 2017 03:39:00
A younger considerably worse player*

Yeah, that's TERRIBLE for SA. Aldridge is still a borderline all star. Faried is a nice role player. And SA gives up a first? Insane.

03 Oct 2017 09:56:11
And they also get extra capspace.

03 Oct 2017 17:14:54
Not enough to bring them under the cap though Gasupo.

Personally I like Faried, but a first should be going to San Antonio in this deal, not out.

02 Oct 2017 10:30:36
Denver: LMA+ 1rnd pick

Spurs: Farried+ Chandler

02 Oct 2017 10:45:21
What will the Nuggets do with Millsap, LMA and Jokic?

02 Oct 2017 14:13:42
The Nuggets also receive a draft pick

Millsap and LMA are both aging, so they could play less minutes. LMA could also play center and Millsap can play minutes as a Small forward. I think this could work. In the past Portland also tryed to get Millsap, when they already had LMA.

30 Sep 2017 14:05:41
Spurs/ Knicks:

To SAS - O'Quinn

To NYK - Anderson, Forbes

Spurs need another big, and O'Quinn is a solid one.

Knicks need to move a Center, and need help at the 3 and wing in general. They take a chance on a couple of players who just don't get the minutes in San Antonio.

26 Sep 2017 14:21:09
The Cavs get Green and M Gasol

Memphis gets Murray, Osman, Felder, Monroe(exp), Parker(exp), Shumpert, Brooklyn first, 2 Bucks firsts lottery protected, and a Spurs first

San Antionio gets Conley and Thompson

Milwaukee gets Aldridge

26 Sep 2017 18:59:12
I like this for SA and the Cavs

Not sure about Memphis, but they should tank indeed.

Milwaukee shouldn't rush. Cleveland is to strong, the next two years (or one if LBJ leaves) . So Milwaukee, shouldn't trade two draft picks for LMA.

27 Sep 2017 15:39:17
That's assuming that Giannis, doesn't opt out and leave as a FA, Gasupo.

26 Sep 2017 02:26:43
Spurs/ Grizz

To SAS - Green (4yr/ $50M S&T), Wright, Morgan (cut)

To MEM - LMA, 2019 2nd

While some (including me) thought Memphis should rebuild, it looks like they're keeping the Gasol, Conley core together. By adding LMA, they become a better team today. With Conley being a willing distributor, and Gasol not needing a lot of touches, LMA can be the more focal part of the offense that he wants to be.

Spurs move on from LMA by adding a younger PF who can be productive offensively with low usage rates, and plays hustle D. Wright and Morgan are included for salary matching purposes, and one or both could be cut.

25 Sep 2017 11:47:18

Indiana get 1st from Spurs , K Oubre

Washington get L Aldridge, L Stephenson

Spurs get T Young, M Morris , 1st from Wizards, 2nd from Wizards

25 Sep 2017 21:27:23
That is honestly the best LMA to DC idea I've seen

25 Sep 2017 23:52:49
i like this for Indy, but i think we should also get the 2nd round pick.

24 Sep 2017 01:35:20
Cavs Spurs Phoenix

Cavs receive

Spurs receive
2019 from Cavs (Minnesota)
2020 second round pick Cavs (Miami)

Phoenix receives
2018 first from Cavs

24 Sep 2017 03:01:37
2019 a second round pick.

24 Sep 2017 12:11:13
In other words, the Cavs get rid of every crappy player on their roster and pick up two starters. Can't see any problem with that.

24 Sep 2017 14:10:51
In all fairness Supercollider, it worked for the Thunder.

23 Sep 2017 16:53:12
Cavs Knicks Spurs

Cavs receive

Knicks receive

Spurs receive
Cavs 2018 first round
Cavs 2021 first round

23 Sep 2017 12:20:13
The Lakers get Monroe(exp), Parker(exp), Anderson(exp) and a SA 2020 1st top 10 protected

The Spurs get Randle, Clarkson, Deng, and Parker

The Bucks get Aldridge and the Spurs 18 first

The Lakers get all the capspace they need and add a pick which could help with building depth on a team that if they sign multiple super stars in the offseason will be in desperate need of bench production.

The Spurs get an influx of young talent. The Spurs have been great at keeping players healthy, which seems like Parkers biggest weakness. If he can return near full strength under Pop's coaching he could become an allstar. Clarkson could give them a combo guard and be the heir to Manu's 6th man position. I think Pop could make Randle's post passing a real weapon. This gives them more scoring, stops their slight downward trend, and I think Pop would love the challenge of making NBA stars out of some talented young guys.

The Bucks drop a few million which has been rumored to be a goal. They cash in on Parker rather than risking it, end up with a borderline all star than can help this young team take the next step and they get a first which could be used later to add to their roster.

23 Sep 2017 02:21:03
Cavs Spurs

Spurs receive
2018 first round pick
2021 first round pick

Cavs receive

14 Sep 2017 18:32:23

CHI get: Andre Drummond, Reggie Jackson, and Bryn Forbes

pg. Jackson/ Payne
sg. LaVine/ Holiday
sf. Pondexter/ Valentine
pf. Markkanen/ Feleicio
c. Drummond/ Stone

SAS get: Dwayne Wade, Stanley Johnson, and Bobby Portis

pg. Mills/ Parker
sg. Green/ Wade
sf. Leonard/ Johnson
pf. Portis/ Gay
c. Gasol/ Lauvergne

DET get: Lamarcus Aldridge, Robin Lopex, and Kris Dunn

pg. Bradley/ Dunn
sg. Kennard/ Galloway
sf. Harris/ Bullock
pf. Aldridge/ Leuer
c. Lopez/ Marjonovic

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