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infection

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I’d do Conley/Royce for Morris/Mann/Kennard in a heart beat.
I don’t know that LA goes for it but this actually solves multiple problems. First, it subs out what I think are the two weakest links in the starting lineup when you consider our makeup as a whole and what direction we need to go. Second, it actually fills both those holes because I’d just start Morris and Mann. Then you get a good bench shooter. His contract sucks, though, but he’s got value in that role. The only thing that would make this trade better is if you could squeeze NAW into it, then you’re looking at Ryan saving another $12M with tax and everything.
 

homeytennis

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I don’t know that LA goes for it but this actually solves multiple problems. First, it subs out what I think are the two weakest links in the starting lineup when you consider our makeup as a whole and what direction we need to go. Second, it actually fills both those holes because I’d just start Morris and Mann. Then you get a good bench shooter. His contract sucks, though, but he’s got value in that role. The only thing that would make this trade better is if you could squeeze NAW into it, then you’re looking at Ryan saving another $12M with tax and everything.
We all know it's all about saving Ryan the Benjamins.
 

SteakNEggs

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Ive always been a vocal supporter for Conley and it seems there might be a market for him but I'd trade him for a bag of funyuns just to get his contract off the books.
 

Cool Runnings

Active Member
Who says no to this:

Jazz In: Isaac
Jazz Out: Conley

Magic In: LeVert
Magic Out Isaac

Cavs In: Conley
Cavs Out: LeVert

Works on Trade Machine and saves the Jazz $5m
 

SoberasHotRod

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Ive always been a vocal supporter for Conley and it seems there might be a market for him but I'd trade him for a bag of funyuns just to get his contract off the books.

I don't think his contract is that bad. Only two more years and the last year isn't fully guaranteed. I think he'll still be fairly productive next year.
 

YoungJefe

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You missed that the summer isn’t over yet.
I think a lot of teams are waiting to make trades so they can see how the first wave of free agency plays out.

Once guys like Durant, Irving, Beal, Lavine, Ayton, Bridges, and Brunson make their decisions I assume that we’ll see a lot more activity.

Apparently teams have already started to prepare potential trade packages for Kevin Durant if he becomes available. I’d guess that Chicago, Toronto, and Atlanta are 3 of the teams that are interested in Durant. Which I think definitely slowed down a lot of the momentum on a potential Rudy Gobert trade.
 

LoPo

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I think a lot of teams are waiting to make trades so they can see how the first wave of free agency plays out.

Once guys like Durant, Irving, Beal, Lavine, Ayton, Bridges, and Brunson make their decisions I assume that we’ll see a lot more activity.

Apparently teams have already started to prepare potential trade packages for Kevin Durant if he becomes available. I’d guess that Chicago, Toronto, and Atlanta are 3 of the teams that are interested in Durant. Which I think definitely slowed down a lot of the momentum on a potential Rudy Gobert trade.
That and teams waiting for the new cap to be 100% set, contract terms to settle, numbers to sort and solidify, etc.

Trades are coming

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