Hard pass on DeAndre. I would need more than Lavert and Allen but that's not too bad.If something did happen I think Brooklyn would be the destination. The Jazz get one of their two starter quality centers (DeAndre Jordan or Jarret Allen) and the talented Caris Lavert. Brooklyn gets their big 3 for next year in Durant, Irving, and Gobert, pretty nasty.
I agree. The only way I see this happening is if Rudy pretty much forces it.Only way I see this being true is if Rudy is demanding the supermax in private after making defensive first team. From what I have read from reputable reporters, Rudy hasn't been demanding a supermax. Maybe that's changed, but I doubt it.
This is my opinion as well. Our only path to a championship is with Donovan AND Rudy. Like if we trade just Rudy then we don't have a realistic way of replacing his impact and star power before Donovan hits unrestricted free agency. If we trade just Donovan then Rudy will be past his prime before the pieces we get back put us into contention (if they ever do). If the Jazz trade one then they basically have to trade the other and completely start over.The jazz aren’t dumb enough to trade Gobert, but if they are I want the jazz to trade everyone, Mitchell, Ingles, Bogy, everyone. We will not be able to ever get back to the level we are now let alone contenders unless the Nuggets want to help out more. Top ten players don’t grow on trees.
A couple hours ago I was about to post that this was the guy who made the angry “shame on DL and Quin” video after trading away Exum, envious that now Cleveland ‘gets to develop Exum.’ It’s self-evidently ridiculous, and I held my tongue and chose not to post it as a not-so-subtle jab at credibility, but now that I’m about tired, about to go to bed, and am now reading this, I guess I just say it anyway.Just an fyi this guy is dumb AF. Not an insider... this is some Best Buy ****