Also, Looney will get much more than 3 million.
Probably correct... I just think they are screwed either way now.I think it is very likely that Durant leaves. I think GS would sign him if he wants to come back, but they aren't going to hold anyone hostage over it. Knicks are probably the biggest winners with the new reality.
.There's a mock draft special on ESPN2 right now...Woj said Indiana and Boston are both possible landing spots for Conley in a trade, didn't even mention the Jazz. I'm guessing we don't have the assets to compete with those two teams.
So I saw someone on twitter say that Woj mentioned Indiana and Boston but not Utah but I just watched it for myself and he did mention Utah as a possible destination for Conley, along with the other two teams.There's a mock draft special on ESPN2 right now...Woj said Indiana and Boston are both possible landing spots for Conley in a trade, didn't even mention the Jazz. I'm guessing we don't have the assets to compete with those two teams.
I think we can be the 3rd team in this whole AD deal. https://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/26941750/sources-pelicans-open-multiteam-davis-deal
The Pelicans would love to dump Solomon Hill's $12 million expiring deal for 2019-20 because they would love to keep Randle and add more. If we agreed to take Hill (let's say for Korver), that creates good savings for NOLA. NY nor LA will want to pay Hill because they want to keep free agent money open. We also have picks at our disposal. I wonder if we could do something like:
LA gets AD and a 2nd rounder from Utah
NOLA gets Ball, Ingram, Korver, #4, #23 and Utah's 2021 protected 1st
Utah gets Kuzma and Hill
We would still have the money to make a run at D'Angelo Russell in free agency.
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