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23 Jun 2017 18:04:53

Sixers get Noah Porzingis
Knicks get the 2 remaining of the Sixers/ Lakers/ Kings pick (whichever don't convey w no protections), Okafor, Anderson, rights to Pasecnicks

Sixers trade 2 future seconds and Stauskas for Danny Green (Spurs looking to shed salary)

Sign Taj Gibson, Tony Allen, and Vince Carter as vets to teach the young roster

Fultz/ McConnel
Green/ Allen/ TLC
Simmons/ Covington/ Carter
Porzingis/ Saric/ Gibson
Embiid/ Noah/ Holmes

23 Jun 2017 18:48:24
That will never get sixers Porzingis.

23 Jun 2017 21:08:59
Not enough.

23 Jun 2017 21:33:27
If I'm the Sixers, and I'm looking to get someone of Porzingis' caliber, I think I'd go SG or SF instead of PF. You already have Saric if you're high on him, and I think Simmons is probably best suited to bulk up a bit and play at PF. He can shoot a little from outside (right now a very little), but does most of his damage on drives and with his passing. I see him eventually turning into a very rich man's Diaw, which should pair very well with Embiid and Fultz. He can be a post pivot guy in an old school offense, or he can facilitate from the top of the key as Al Horford did a lot in the Boston series against Washington. Your stats are likely to come from the other two guys, while Simmons does a lot of the little things you won't see in a newspaper.

23 Jun 2017 07:55:57
Spurs Cavaliers NYK

Spurs receive
2019 second round pick (Cavs)

Knicks receive
Cedi Osman
2020 second round pick (Cavs)

Cavs receive

23 Jun 2017 12:48:06
Not really a fan of this trade for any of the teams. Aldridge reportedly wants out of SA since they aren't using him right when the reality is he is aging and not as good as he used to be. Spurs would be wise to shop him but I think what they'd primarily want in dealing him would be cap relief so they could pursue a top FA. They don't get this in the trade nor do they get a #2 offensive option to replace Aldridge's scoring which would make Kawhi's life that much more difficult.

This may be the best Knicks can hope for with Melo (taking back minimal salary) but I don't like it since he is still a prolific scorer and not the problem in NY. The Knicks need to address the true issue which is Phil Jackson who for some reason is trying to get rid of all their talent in Melo and Porzingis.

The Cavs can't do this for salary reasons but I don't like it for basketball reasons. Getting Green would be great but I'd hate to add Aldridge and Anthony to that roster. Both are very good players but only on the offensive end which isn't where Cavs need help and they certainly don't need both if they are keeping Love. Cavs also got dominated on the boards against Warriors and lose their best rebounder in Thompson who is also a great pick and roll defender. Aldridge has always been extremely soft player on the interior and would be an ill fit at center (which he'd be forced to play in this scenario) and Melo would probably be just a guy who gets you buckets off the bench.

22 Jun 2017 23:29:19
Knicks: Batum
charlotte: C Anthony+ D Green
Spurs: Kaminski+ Sessions

Charlotte signs Rondo and Reddick

C: D Howard/Zeller
PF:C Anthony/ M Williams
SF: D Green/ MKG
SG: Reddick/ Lamb
Pg: Walker/Rondo

23 Jun 2017 11:36:27
Love that trade for the Knicks, but Charlotte takes it on the chin. Charlotte would be better off making the FA signings and calling it a day. Batum is the best player in the deal by far.

23 Jun 2017 14:59:23
I don't hate it for Charlotte. I know you have a deep seeded hate for Melo, but he's still a very productive player in the right situation. Charlotte very well could be that situation. They can put him at the 4 next to Howard who is a fantastic complement to his game, or they could go huge and slide him to the 3 with Howard and Aldrich. With Monk and Bacon now in the fold, they have no lack of scoring options on the wing and in the backcourt, while they have a couple of big bodies to man the boards.

22 Jun 2017 21:33:22
Heat : lamarcus aldridge, murray
spurs : dragic, #14 pick, mcroberts(waive)

- sign hayward, milos teodosic,larry sanders
- resign j johnson, waiters, haslem, ellington
- let babbitt and reed walk

teodosic/t johnson/murray
aldridge/j johnson/white

22 Jun 2017 20:44:05
Portland-San Antonio

Portland gets LA back

Sas gets Meyers Leonard, 15th and 29th picks and ezelis unguaranteed contract to make salaries match

22 Jun 2017 20:52:53
I can't imagine Portland does that unless they can unload Turner or crabbe. Adding Aldridge would push them even further into luxury tax.

22 Jun 2017 20:06:20
Raptors and spurs

First off only works if raptors resign Lowry, tucker and Ibaka

Raptors trade JV Carroll and Joesph
Future first round pick

Spurs trade LA and green

Raptors would be a team to content with after this

Lowry/ Wright
DeRozan/ Powell
Tucker/ green
Ibaka/ siakam
LA/ Poetle/ Bebe

Spurs would get Joesph back which they want and a young center to help down low.

And a Pf to be names

22 Jun 2017 16:19:22

SAS get: Blake Griffin
Sign: Chris Paul (max)
Retire: Ginobli and Parker

pg. Paul
sg. Green
sf. Leonard
pf. Griffin
c. Gasol

SAC get: Lamarcus Aldridge and Reggie Jackson
Rudy Gay (opt out)

Draft: Jayson Tatum (if available) if not, Johnathan Isaac.

pg. Jackson
sg. Heild
sf. Tatum or Isaac
pf. Aldridge
c. WCS

LAC get: Andre Drummond, DET 2017 1st DP, SAC 1st DP 2017 (10), and SAS 2017 1st DP

Draft: (10) Lauri Markkanen, (12) Luke Kennard, and (29) Frank Jackson
Sign: Kyle Lowry and Rudy Gay

pg. Lowry
sg. Kennard
sf. Gay
pf. Markkanen
c. Drummond

DET get: Deandre Jordan, Austin Rivers, and Skal Labissiere

pg. Rivers
sg. KCP
sf. Johnson
pf. Labissiere
c. Jordan

22 Jun 2017 16:44:24
Blake Griffin is probably opting out of his deal this summer, so the Clips can't trade him.

22 Jun 2017 16:44:39
How does that make any sense for the Kings? They are rebuilding and give up a lottery pick and solid young player for two players that look to be past their best years and are making a ton of money.

22 Jun 2017 17:48:31
Skal is best player in NBA so no thanks.

22 Jun 2017 07:31:32
Spur trade LaMarcus Aldridge, future 1st round pick.

Suns trade #4 pick, Tyson Chandler, and Leanrdro Barbosa.

Could add Brandon Knight to the mix, but the Spurs don't have much to deal with so you'd probably have to sub Chandler out of the mix, but the Suns have a lot of different combinations to get a much less coveted Aldridge who they probably still want after coming close to getting him when he was a free agent.

Spurs can draft a point guard if they deal for Chandler, Dennis Smith or De'Aaron Fox would probably be the pick, unless they're high on the Frenchman, than they could deal outside of the top 10 to get him and move Alrdridge with better return, though the players that the Suns want to move are players the Spurs would probably like to have. Being at #4 can allow them to possibly trade back, and if there's a team that really wants Jackson or Tatum they will be calling whoever is in that #4 spot depending on who get picked third.

22 Jun 2017 10:09:43
Suns wouldn't do that garbage trade! Ya rite!

22 Jun 2017 03:51:10
Spurs/ Sixers

To SAS - Luwawu-Cabarrot

To PHI - Green, pick 29

Spurs clear cap space and get a young rotation piece.

Sixers need a two guard who can shoot, and Green's salary is not prohibitive. They also get the Spurs first for taking on Green's salary.

22 Jun 2017 07:59:03
Green is one of best 3 and D players in the league. He would be a very solid pickup for the 76ers. His fit is so good I'm not certain Spurs have to include #29.

22 Jun 2017 01:56:46
Kings trade 5th, 10th pick, Koufos, Labissiere
Kings get 3rd pick, Aldridge, Green

Spurs trade Aldridge, Green, 29th pick
Spurs get Milsap(s&t), Labissiere

Celtics trade 3rd pick
Celtics get 5th, 29th pick

Hawks trade Milsap(s&t)
Hawks get Koufos, 10th pick

- draft Fox with 3rd pick, get an former All-Star in Aldridge to bring veteran leadership at frontcourt (Cauley-Stein, Papagiannis and also Fox PnR-Game)

- sign CP3, resign Gasol, Simmons, Dedmon & Lee

- move down in trade to select either Tatum, Smith or Isaac
- add late 1st round pick for (one more piece for a superstar trade)

- rebuild around Schroeder, THJ, Prince, Bazemore and this years picks

21 Jun 2017 21:25:02
Spurs trade Aldridge, Green
Spurs get George

Hornets trade 11th, Zeller, Lamb, Sessions(non-guaranteed)
Hornets get Aldridge, Green

Pacers trade George
Pacers get 11th, Zeller, Lamb, Sessions

- sign CP3
- resign Gasol (2y), Ginobili(1y), Simmons(4y, lower starting salary), Dedmon(4y, lower starting salary), Lee(2y)
- let Mills walk (too high luxury tax)
- Spurs has 3 very big reasons for George to stay in FA 2018: Kawhi Leonard, CP3 and Greg Popovich !!!

- sign vet FA at PG and SF
- Hornets add two playoff experienced veterans who still have some years left in their tank
- Walker and Batum hitting their prime (MKG and Kaminsky maybe also this season)
- roll the dice with adding Aldrige, Green (and Howard)

- rebuild
- add 2 younger players in Zeller and Lamb + 11th pick for George

21 Jun 2017 22:33:22
That package is just ridiculous for PG13. Zeller and Lamb are no longer young, and neither is overly talented. Effectively they're getting the 11th pick for George, which is a no go.

22 Jun 2017 02:01:10
I actually like that move for all teams. Hornets are in an awkward place where they aren't that good or that young and don't think this trade puts them over the top so they'd probably be least likely to do it but I think that lineup would be fun to watch (albeit for two years when Kemba, Aldridge and Howard would be FA) and I'm not crazy about the fit of the talent at #11 (mostly bigs) .

I disagree with Triangle O. I think that is a very solid package for George and only way Pacers beat that in my eyes is if Lakers cave-in and include #2 pick which they've been reluctant to do thus far. Zeller and Lamb at 25 are plenty young enough to be a part of the Pacers rebuilding plans for the forseeable future and there is still hope they put it all together since both are talented ex-lotto picks.

Spurs are obviously the true winners of the trade. If they could add George and still have the cap space to sign CP3 (if not they should target George Hill) that would be a devastating team. George and Kawhi on the wings would be a scary two-way duo on the wing that I think would enable them to compete with Warriors. Paul would be the perfect fit with Pop and a guy that others would want to play for so I could see veterans taking a pay cut to help fill out that teams depth and George willing to stay there long term as he'd have a running mate in Kawhi (ironically they could've been teammates in Indy but he was traded to Spurs for Hill) and a model franchise that is great at finding and developing talent.

21 Jun 2017 07:49:24
Clippers are looking to deal Jordan. Not sure what Clippers are looking for in return (I guess depends on how their offseason goes) but don't see them getting anything too great since most good teams don't have a need for a center, he'll be 29 in a month and he only has 1 year guaranteed left (player option for 18-19 which he'll probably opt out of to get one last big contract) .

Bucks get: Deandre Jordan
Clippers get: #17, Vaughn, Henson, Teletovic

Could swap Henson and Teletovic for Monroe if he opts in. This return would be decent if Clippers were aiming to rebuild.

Celtics get: DeAndre Jordan
Clippers get: Horford, Clippers 2019 1st, Boston 2018 1st

Boston needs a rebounder at center position and still keep cap space for Hayward and other moves. Clippers get draft picks including their own back and a versatile big that is signed a year longer than Jordan.

Bulls get: DeAndre Jordan
Clippers get: Lopez, Valentine and #16 pick

Bulls get an all-nba player to add to Butler and still have cap space to make a splash in FA. Could alternatively incorporate Wade if he opts in. Clippers get a solid pick and hometown solid starting big in Lopez and young prospect in Valentine.

Cavs get: Jordan
Clippers get: Thompson and Frye

Not sure if really makes Cavs better but Jordan is bigger force on interior and Clippers get a younger big that is signed 3 more years.

Wizards: Jordan
Clippers: Gortat and Bogdanovic (S&T)

Gortat is reportedly unhappy with Wizards so they upgrade on him while Clipper get two solid players in return.

Spurs and his hometown Rockets would also be good destinations but couldn't think of a trade that would really make sense for both sides (some of these are a stretch as is) .

21 Jun 2017 11:10:57
I think the clippers want pg. In that way they might keep cp3 and blake. Give the assets to indy.
If pg leaves in 2018 they still have cp3 and blake.
Think a firstrounder in the range 12-16 is enough because lakers can't offer much.

21 Jun 2017 13:52:19
I guess dealing Jordan would be a way for Clippers to get assets to get in the George sweepstakes. I'm just not sure Paul and Griffin would base their decision to return for multiple years or not on a guy who may only be a 1year rental. If anything its the other way around, if they are able to sign Paul and Griffin they could help Clippers to resign George if they traded Jordan for him in a 3 team trade.

20 Jun 2017 13:15:24
SAC Rebuild

1. Let Rudy Gay walk
2. Resign Tyreke Evans

3. SAC - DET

SAC get: Andre Drummond

DET get: WCS, Aaron Afflalo, 2017 1st DP SAC (5)

4. SAC - SAS

SAC get: Lamarcus Aldridge

SAS get: Skal Labissere and 2017 1st DP SAC (10)


pg. Evans
sg. Heild
sf. Temple
pf. Aldridge
c. Drummond

20 Jun 2017 13:33:57
Rebuilding by getting big men that aren't good on defense and giving up all youth and picks? Smart.

20 Jun 2017 14:02:21
Drummond is bad at defense?

20 Jun 2017 14:49:39
How is this a rebuild? You just gave up two picks that could produce better players than Drummond or Aldridge. Not to mention giving up two young bigs that played very well at the end of last year. This would never happen.

20 Jun 2017 14:53:20
Let Gay walk? He is walking on his own actually so at least part of your idea makes sense. Resigning Evans is a risk based on his health issues but if you get him at right value it's worth it.

20 Jun 2017 16:41:43
Ok stay a lottery team.

20 Jun 2017 13:05:35
Knicks "build" offseason

Phil is obviously trying to move Melo to get younger and play the triangle, but what if he can't find a deal him? Why not build instead:

Three team deal:


To CHI - Courtney Lee

To SAS - Hernangomez, Valentine

Knicks move Zinger to center while adding a star player. Bulls pick up much needed outside shooting without breaking the bank. Spurs get two young promising players, and I one move clear almost enough space to sign Chris Paul.

Knicks/ Wolves

To NYK: Rubio

To MIN: Pick 8, Noah

Knicks get their point guard, and ditch Noah's contract. Wolves have the space to take on Noah's deal, and add another lottery pick to use or package for a star player.

This still leaves the Knicks with approximately $20M worth of space to fill the Shooting Guard role (Iggy, Ian Clark? ) and bench support to go with O'Quinn, Thomas and Kuz.

20 Jun 2017 14:50:37
Knicks still won't makes playoffs with this team. The only option they have is to rebuild.

19 Jun 2017 19:56:08

SAS- Paul George
IND- Lamarcus Aldridge, Dejounte Murray

It would be next to impossible for IND to find a better player to exchange for George. Aldridge, although not nearly as good as George, can put fans in the seats and give you something to build around. Murray is a good PG to plug in as well.

Sign Chris Paul

C- Pau Gasol/Dwayne Dedmon
PF- Paul George/David Lee
SF- Kawhi Leonard/Kyle Anderson
SG- Danny Green/Justin Simmons
PG- Chris Paul/Tony Parker

19 Jun 2017 21:18:32
Pacers aren't looking for the best player in exchange for George they are likely looking to rebuild so they wouldn't be interested in Aldridge at all unless a 3rd team took him and gave pacers younger assets/ draft picks. Aldridge will be 32 this summer and only has 1 year more guaranteed on his contract (player option for 18-19) so it would be foolish for Pacers to take this offer since they'd end up in same place.

Also, Spurs would not be able to get George and sign Paul to over 30 mill. They would have to deal Gasol and Parker and likley wouldn't be able to resign Dedmon or Simmons.

19 Jun 2017 12:16:27

LMA for PG

18 Jun 2017 19:04:12
Knicks Get: 29th pick

Spurs Get: 44th pick, Maurice Ndour, cash considerations

New York have worked out a lot of prospects that could be available towards the end of the 1st round, such as Bam Adeabyo, Tony Bradley and Derrick White. San Antonio need to save every penny that they can if they want to make a legitimate run at superstars such as Chris Paul and decide to trade down into the 2nd round, take on Ndour's unguaranteed contract and receive cash considerations.

18 Jun 2017 23:27:07
Spurs could likely do better than this like use the pick to actually move a contract like say Gasol's if he opts in.

19 Jun 2017 03:13:55
If he opts in, I think Gasol is staying, but I could see the Spurs using that pick in moving LMA or Green.

17 Jun 2017 15:07:58
Spurs Offseason

Trade Gasol, Anderson, Jean Charles and 59 to Brooklyn for 2018 2nd rounder

Get Parker to retire because of his injury

Sign CP3 to 4y100m
Resign Patty Mills 3y36m
Resign Simmons 3y21m

Draft Jordan Bell at 29.



17 Jun 2017 15:40:04
I don't think they need to resign Mills if they get Paul. Murray is their PG of the future and he showed flashes in the playoffs, so just let him be backup and use that money to sign a FA big man, maybe Ibaka or someone who can stretch the floor for Paul and Leonard instead of Dedmon.

17 Jun 2017 19:12:57
I think the Paul contract is too low. I agree that Mills would not be signed because of Bpd0003's thoughts. Lastly, Simmons might get more because of the landscape of contracts this year in the NBA.

17 Jun 2017 07:59:34

sas- chandler/ bledsoe
phx- gasol/ green/ anderson/ 29th pick 2017

gibson- 10m/ yr 2yrs 20m
tony allen 5m/ yr 2yrs 10m
jeff green 4m/ yr 2yrs 8m
carter/ sefolosha vet min
adam hanga rookie contract

PG. bledsoe/ murray/ parker
SG. allen/ sefolosha/ hanga
SF. leonard/ green/ carter
PF. aldrigde/ bertans/ lee
C. chandler/ gibson.

16 Jun 2017 19:49:07
Boston: LM Aldrige+ D Green
Spurs: A Bradley+ Horford

16 Jun 2017 20:07:50
Boston passed. At best it's a lateral move. I'd say Bradley is a little better than Green. He's better on the offensive end and even if metrics say differently Bradley passes the eye test defensively. Horfords passing and defense trumps whatever upside Aldridge has in scoring.

16 Jun 2017 20:09:58
That's most definitely a no from Boston.

16 Jun 2017 20:52:37
Think bigg

LMA is on a better contract than Horford
And Bradley is going for a big contract next year.
Green is a good dual player for Fultz. The best Green is a borderline All Star and he can give Fultz the minutes to develop.
And in two years both players become free agents so Boston can trade them to teams that need capspace use the capspace themselves.

16 Jun 2017 21:07:35
Green and Aldridge are both free agents next year. They'll have to pay them or lose them.

16 Jun 2017 21:42:33
Do they have a player option?
The have contracts for two more years.

16 Jun 2017 22:35:41
Yeah, but in the current climate they'll opt out looking for there last big contract.

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