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    Ewwwww Wolves wanna include Dieng in Butler trades now.

    Gorgui Dieng $15,170,787 $16,229,213 $17,287,640

    Jimmy Butler $20,445,779 $19,841,627

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    Quote Originally Posted by MILLERHIGHLIFE View Post
    Ewwwww Wolves wanna include Dieng in Butler trades now.

    Gorgui Dieng $15,170,787 $16,229,213 $17,287,640

    Jimmy Butler $20,445,779 $19,841,627
    No problem... they can "eat" Delly & Henson in return (if they insist)... Middleton + Henson + Delly for Butler + Dieng... not bad eeehhh?

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    We take on more salary and more years of Dieng. Dieng is a 3 year deal. Henson and Delly 2 year deals.

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    KAT gets super max extension with Wolves 5/$190M. Also Kings waive Deyonta Davis.

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    Darren Wolfson (on the Butler trade)

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    "I don't know if the Bucks would move him (Middleton). I have just heard from two rival executives that the Bucks are a team to watch. Not the only team, by the way."
    6:04 PM - Sep 23, 2018

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    The Cavaliers are the latest team in the mix to acquire Timberwolves All-Star Jimmy Butler, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert was seen speaking privately with Timberwolves owner Glen Taylor at the NBA Board of Governors meeting on Friday, per Wojnarowski.

    The Butler saga is expected to reach a conclusion soon as Taylor reportedly working to trade his disgruntled superstar as soon as possible. Wojnarowski’s earlier report listed the Nets, Pistons, Rockets, Clippers, Heat, Sixers and Trail Blazers as teams that have expressed interest.

    For Cleveland, swinging a deal for the swingman would propel the team from a fringe contender to a likely postseason team in the Eastern Conference. Butler, 29, represents a solid replacement for the departed LeBron James, who left for the Lakers this summer.

    However, acquiring Butler would be a challenge; the Cavaliers cannot trade Kevin Love for at least six months from the day he signed his extension this summer and the organization owes the Hawks a first-round pick, per ESPN’s Zach Lowe.

    As Wojnarowski noted, the two franchise’s owners, Gilbert and Taylor, played roles in striking the Love for Andrew Wiggins deal in the summer of 2014. While a deal would require some creativity, there is a history between both sides of making major trades.
    https://www.hoopsrumors.com/2018/09/...my-butler.html

    Yeah they may want him. But like the article says Love cant be traded for a while now. All they got is Sexton and they owe a pick to Hawks yet for Korver. Not much there.

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