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  1. #121
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    Quote Originally Posted by esb View Post
    Summers 2021 NBA Blockbuster Trade:

    Raptors Unite Canada's Finest
    Sixers cashes in on Simmons
    Warriors load up big time
    Celtics wanted a piece of the action

    Celts get: 2021 2nd rnd pick via(Tor)

    Raptors get: Wiggins, Wiseman, Simmons, TThompson

    Sixers get: Lowry, 2021(#4) & 2023 1st rnd pks(via Tor)

    Warriors get: Siakim, Baynes
    Only Philly and the C would like that trade. Raptors would laugh and Warriors would pass as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by esb View Post
    Summers 2021 NBA Blockbuster Trade:

    Raptors Unite Canada's Finest
    Sixers cashes in on Simmons
    Warriors load up big time
    Celtics wanted a piece of the action

    Celts get: 2021 2nd rnd pick via(Tor)

    Raptors get: Wiggins, Wiseman, Simmons, TThompson

    Sixers get: Lowry, 2021(#4) & 2023 1st rnd pks(via Tor)

    Warriors get: Siakim, Baynes
    Yeah, no. Siakam is injured, has been bad, and plays the same position as Draymond. 35 year old Aron Baynes is not an upgrade on 20 year old Wiseman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by esb View Post
    Summers 2021 NBA Blockbuster Trade:

    Raptors Unite Canada's Finest
    Sixers cashes in on Simmons
    Warriors load up big time
    Celtics wanted a piece of the action

    Celts get: 2021 2nd rnd pick via(Tor)

    Raptors get: Wiggins, Wiseman, Simmons, TThompson

    Sixers get: Lowry, 2021(#4) & 2023 1st rnd pks(via Tor)

    Warriors get: Siakim, Baynes

    If that's the case and this 3 team trade goes down, your lineups you could run for each team:

    Warriors starting 5 after trade

    PG- Steph
    SG- Klay (provided healthy)
    SF- Oubre
    PF- Siakam
    C- Draymond (move him to the 5; he's played an undersized 5 before; you could easily put him there again)

    Raptors starting 5 after trade

    PG- Fred VanVleet
    SG- Andrew Wiggins
    SF- OG Anunoby
    PF- Ben Simmons
    C- James Wiseman


    Sixes starting 5 after trade

    PG- Kyle Lowry
    SG- Seth Curry
    SF- Tobias Harris
    PF- ????
    C- Joel Embiid


    Everybody wins

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tg11 View Post
    If that's the case and this 3 team trade goes down, your lineups you could run for each team:

    Warriors starting 5 after trade

    PG- Steph
    SG- Klay (provided healthy)
    SF- Oubre
    PF- Siakam
    C- Draymond (move him to the 5; he's played an undersized 5 before; you could easily put him there again)

    Raptors starting 5 after trade

    PG- Fred VanVleet
    SG- Andrew Wiggins
    SF- OG Anunoby
    PF- Ben Simmons
    C- James Wiseman


    Sixes starting 5 after trade

    PG- Kyle Lowry
    SG- Seth Curry
    SF- Tobias Harris
    PF- ????
    C- Joel Embiid


    Everybody wins
    Draymond is 6'6", he can't be the starting center. He wouldn't survive. Oubre isn't coming back. Klay and Siakam are far from healthy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scoots View Post
    Draymond is 6'6", he can't be the starting center. He wouldn't survive. Oubre isn't coming back. Klay and Siakam are far from healthy.
    Oubre might come back if he knew he was locked in as starting SF but thatís moot. This deal isnít happening and isnít good for our team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueFan420 View Post
    Oubre might come back if he knew he was locked in as starting SF but thatís moot. This deal isnít happening and isnít good for our team.
    Even then, based on what he said this offseason he clearly burned his bridges with the Warriors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scoots View Post
    Even then, based on what he said this offseason he clearly burned his bridges with the Warriors.
    Money and PT talks but like I said doesnít matter. That deal doesnít suit our team and wonít happen.

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    Only way you get rid of Oubre is if y'all trade him but which teams would be willing to take him on

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tg11 View Post
    Only way you get rid of Oubre is if y'all trade him but which teams would be willing to take him on
    He's an unrestricted free agent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tg11 View Post
    Only way you get rid of Oubre is if y'all trade him but which teams would be willing to take him on
    LOL- I actually wish this was the case.

    If he was still under contract at around 17 million a yr - the overwhelming belief is that MANY teams would be interested in him.

    You seem to be implying that it will be hard to find a team willing to sign or trade for him- if thats the case, id take oubre back at 8-10 million a yr.



    Now the real issue with oubre is this. Warriors are very likely to get nothing for Oubre (which is why there are many that believe they should have found a way to trade his expiring contract at the deadline.)

    The only way to get anything for oubre is to sign and trade. meaning we have to find a team willing to do that with a combination of assets or cap space the warriors want....and oubre and his agent would likely have to be on board.

    if the other team gives back junk assets- warriors probably pass because oubre's contract puts them in the luxury so they are paying 4-1 in taxes or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by likemystylez View Post
    LOL- I actually wish this was the case.

    If he was still under contract at around 17 million a yr - the overwhelming belief is that MANY teams would be interested in him.

    You seem to be implying that it will be hard to find a team willing to sign or trade for him- if thats the case, id take oubre back at 8-10 million a yr.



    Now the real issue with oubre is this. Warriors are very likely to get nothing for Oubre (which is why there are many that believe they should have found a way to trade his expiring contract at the deadline.)

    The only way to get anything for oubre is to sign and trade. meaning we have to find a team willing to do that with a combination of assets or cap space the warriors want....and oubre and his agent would likely have to be on board.

    if the other team gives back junk assets- warriors probably pass because oubre's contract puts them in the luxury so they are paying 4-1 in taxes or something.
    He's an unrestricted free agent. They don't have to do anything to "get rid" of him. Basically they need a team with little cap space who wants him so bad they will send the Warriors draft picks for him. We knew quite a while ago that that was unlikely. After that he publicly dumped on the Warriors.

    It's virtual certainty that he's not going to sign with the Warriors.

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    But as far as the Draft, a perfect example of who would fit in as a Warrior: Corey Kispert and Corey is a shooter. A spot up shooter. Can y'all say Splash Trio anyone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tg11 View Post
    But as far as the Draft, a perfect example of who would fit in as a Warrior: Corey Kispert and Corey is a shooter. A spot up shooter. Can y'all say Splash Trio anyone?
    No thank you.

    I'd rather have about 16 players over Kispert.

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    NBA SUMMER BLOCKBUSTER pt.2

    GSW gets: Smart, Adams
    N.O. gets: Wiggins, Rob Williams, Grant Williams
    BOS gets: Wiseman, Bledsoe

    GSW:

    Curry
    Smart
    Thompson
    Green
    Adams

    N.O:

    Lonzo
    Wiggins
    Ingram
    Zion
    Rob Will

    BOS:

    Bledsoe/Pritchard
    Brown/Fournier
    Tatum/Lanford or Nesmith
    Horford/Kornet
    Wiseman/Moses/TACKO

    or

    Bledsoe/Pritchard
    Fournier/Langford
    Brown/Nesmith
    Tatum/Horford
    Wiseman/Moses/TACKO

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    Quote Originally Posted by esb View Post
    NBA SUMMER BLOCKBUSTER pt.2

    GSW gets: Smart, Adams
    N.O. gets: Wiggins, Rob Williams, Grant Williams
    BOS gets: Wiseman, Bledsoe

    GSW:

    Curry
    Smart
    Thompson
    Green
    Adams

    N.O:

    Lonzo
    Wiggins
    Ingram
    Zion
    Rob Will

    BOS:

    Bledsoe/Pritchard
    Brown/Fournier
    Tatum/Lanford or Nesmith
    Horford/Kornet
    Wiseman/Moses/TACKO

    or

    Bledsoe/Pritchard
    Fournier/Langford
    Brown/Nesmith
    Tatum/Horford
    Wiseman/Moses/TACKO
    Hard pass. Adamís is useless in todayís NBA. I love Smart but not at the cost of Wiseman and Wiggins. Also money doesnít work for Celtics.
    Last edited by TrueFan420; 07-23-2021 at 07:34 PM.

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