Discussion in 'The Sports Book' started by rooster42000, Nov 5, 2020.
He is not worth that, Clippers getting desperate.
Gallinari getting 20 million a year , he's not worth that, I should try basketball , easy money. LOL
Free Agent moves,
Agree but they gave up a first round pick for him.
OKC is going nuts. I can’t keep track of all their trades. lol
New Orleans and Milwaukee are expanding the original Jrue Holiday trade to include more teams and players, including the routing of Steven Adams to the Pelicans, sources tell ESPN. Talks are moving toward a possible four-team trade.
Trevor Ariza just this week has been traded 4x and now from Pistons to OKC
VanVleet back with Toronto - 4 years $85 million
Good for him and tor
Now the Raptors have enough cash to take a shot at A.D or G.A....LOL.
Woj Bomb: Gordon Hayward going to Charlotte , 4 years 120 million- He's not worth that IMO.
Worth it??? Depends on how desperate a team is.
Definitely a lot of money being thrown around. But that happens every year in every sport...
Avery Bradley to Miami - 2 years $11.6 million. Nice pickup.
Jae Crowder to Phoneix 3 year deal 30 million.
Smaller markets have always had to overpay for free agents to get them to come there. Good for him
So who has the early lead as winners in FA?
Kept seeing Lakers, Lakers but that could just be L.A. + champs hype.
Not enough of an NBA fan to tell for myself.
You’re right about smaller markets. And larger markets over pay because they can.
Revenue sharing and salary caps have made it much more competitive.
Technically, we won’t know until after the he’s fulfilled the contract ..“Worth it”.
Looks like Rondo is saying good bye.
Is a Woj Bomb coming . Rondo to Atlanta 2 years 15 million deal.
I think its more than just hype. The lakers are having a great off-season. The easy break down is they are defending champs and made trades/signings this past week that make them significantly better at two (and arguably three) positions. Davis will re-up with them next week or thereabouts. What's even better for the Lakers is that their primary competition in the western conference got appreciably worse in the past week (Clips and Nugs both lost key players). Philly and Dallas are probably the two teams that have done as well as the Lakers this week, but Philly is in the east and Dallas still isn't at the Lakers level and there remain questions about the Porzingis injury.
Lakers exploring a sign and trade with Kings - Kuzma or Pope for Bogdanovic .
Carmelo & Milsap returning to the Blazers & Nuggets, respectively, per Shams Charania
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