Discussion in 'Basketball' started by mymerlincat, Jan 10, 2019.
with less than a month to go put all rumors and speculation here.
We’re a week away now. Hoping this is another crazy deadline
Porzingis too now. I wonder if a team like the Celtics shift their attention to him.
Can't wait for Thursday. This is shaping up to be a fun lead up, even if nothing big actually happens.
Good lord, trading a guy rehabbing from a torn ACL. What can go wrong?
Incoming, Stephen A meltdown.
He requested a trade.
Just trade him now, Celtics!
Saving all of their assets to pair Davis with Kyrie and having neither of them next season would be great. It's the Celtics so with their luck it'll all probably work out but I'm going to enjoy this for now.
Conley for Rubio deal being discussed.
Kyrie is in a good spot.
He's got his ring, made one of the most famous shots in NBA history and started to improve as a leader. He can simply sign with the highest bidder and not give a shit.
With how the Celtics have played the past two years without Irving in the lineup, I'm not sure how much of it would really be luck. Their record without him isn't bad. Really lopsided home/road splits but that seems like something young teams go through as they mature - and without Irving, that Boston team is still really young.
I don't know, I just wouldn't write off dealing Irving on the idea that it'll mortally wound the team.
If this is true and I have no idea if that's the case because I don't know who this person is, the Raptors better get it done because Lowry will probably be even more of a pain to deal with afterwards.
This is really the first season I've actually paid attention to NBA trades but it seems like a lot of big players are being moved. Davis, Harris, Butler, Porzingis, Gasol, Conley, etc. Is this normal?
It happens more often in the NBA than in other sports, in large part due to the impact one or two players can have on a team.
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