The Oklahoma City Thunder and New York Knicks alike would benefit from a Carmelo trade.
The Carmelo Anthony trade rumors have been one of many ongoing stories in the NBA this summer. Among many others, the Oklahoma City Thunder inquired about Anthony, though talks have not progressed.
However, for the Knicks and Thunder, this trade could be the best move going forward.
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The most recent of rumors to emerge from the whirlpool is the availability of LaMarcus Aldridge. The San Antonio Spurs are looking to trade the veteran power forward for a top-10 draft pick, at minimum.
Top trade partner ? The Sacramento Kings, who hold the fifth and tenth overall picks in this year’s draft.
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For the right price, he’s their guy.
The NBA off-season has commenced, and trade rumors are abundant. Among those, the Phoenix Suns have risen (no pun intended) as suitors for Paul George, Kevin Love, and most recently Kristaps Porzingis of the New York Knicks.
For the Suns, a Porzingis-Phoenix marriage could be franchise altering.
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It’s not Paul George, but Jimmy Butler the Cavaliers require.
The NBA off-season has commenced, and we’re in for a wild one. It’s been just one week since the Golden State Warriors won the Finals, and the trade rumors are everywhere.
Most recently, Indiana’s franchise player has been linked to the Cavaliers, and Los Angeles Lakers. Today, however, it’s Jimmy Butler that the trade buzz is all about.
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The Lakers need Paul George, and they need him now.
It was reported Sunday afternoon, that Paul George will assuredly leave the Pacers as a franchise, optimally for the Los Angeles Lakers, come 2018.
Yes, he’s nearly guaranteed he’ll be in purple and gold next season.
For the Lakers, the time to obtain Paul George isn’t then, it’s now.
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This year’s free agent market is a big one, and who could forget Dion Waiters? Last Friday, it was reported that he declined his player option with Miami for $2.1 million.
The Miami Heat shooting guard may be on the move, after the best season of his career.
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The Golden State Warriors have reached their third consecutive Finals, an impressive feat by all means. However, as this “super team” nears yet another championship, one has to wonder. How long can this franchise keep four All Stars under wraps?
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Everyone knows the infamous trade that occurred years ago between the Brooklyn Nets and Boston Celtics.
Now, the NBA Draft Lottery has come and gone, and the Celtics have been paid.
Boston is set to take the number one overall pick in this year’s draft. Some options for a team that reached the Eastern Conference Finals:
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Trade rumors swirling around New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony are at an all time high. Between the Clippers, Celtics, Heat, and Wizards only one makes sense.
My take on why Anthony should salvage his career, by accepting a trade to the Miami Heat.
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The NBA Draft Lottery has come and gone, and no, the Minnesota Timberwolves won’t be picking in the top three. However, they will draft at pick number seven.
With this in mind, my take on their draft night moves:
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