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    2022-2023 In-Season Trade Thread-Please use it.

    The other thread has run it's course so here is the updated Trade thread for this season.






    The NBA trade deadline is still two months away, but next week marks the unofficial start to trade season. When the calendar flips to Dec. 15, 74 free agents who signed with their teams in the offseason will become eligible to be traded.

    To get a better sense how trades might shape up ahead of the 2023 trade deadline, we have organized the entire player pool into different roster types (franchise centerpiece, All-Star, starter, reserve, etc.), with info on salary and years remaining on their contracts. You can use these tables when attempting to determine what trades are possible across the league -- especially since 28 out of the 30 teams don't have cap space (only the Indiana Pacers and San Antonio Spurs have room) and will need to trade salaries that match within 125%, 175% or $5 million.

    Teams like the Boston Celtics ($6.9 million and $5.9 million), Denver Nuggets ($9.2 million), LA Clippers ($9.8 million), Oklahoma City Thunder ($10.2 million and $4.2 million) and Utah Jazz ($9.8 million, $9.7 million and $6.8 million) have large trade exceptions and can acquire a player without sending back salary.
    The players who arenít eligible to be traded until December 15 are listed below.

    Players whose contracts havenít been officially finalized arenít yet listed below. Players who have the ability to veto trades in 2022/23 are marked with a caret (^). Players on non-guaranteed or partially guaranteed contracts are marked with an asterisk (*). However, those on Exhibit 10 deals wonít be listed here unless they make the regular season roster.

    Weíll continue to update this page over the next few months as players are signed or waived.

    Updated 10-17-22 (3:07pm CT)

    Atlanta Hawks
    Aaron Holiday
    Frank Kaminsky
    Boston Celtics
    Danilo Gallinari
    Sam Hauser
    Luke Kornet *
    Justin Jackson *
    Noah Vonleh *
    Brooklyn Nets
    Kessler Edwards ^
    Patty Mills
    Markieff Morris *
    Edmond Sumner *
    T.J. Warren
    Yuta Watanabe *
    Charlotte Hornets
    None
    Chicago Bulls
    Goran Dragic
    Andre Drummond
    Derrick Jones ^
    Cleveland Cavaliers
    Robin Lopez
    Raul Neto
    Ricky Rubio
    Dallas Mavericks
    JaVale McGee
    Theo Pinson ^

    Denver Nuggets
    Bruce Brown
    DeAndre Jordan
    Davon Reed
    Detroit Pistons
    Marvin Bagley III
    Kevin Knox
    Rodney McGruder ^
    Golden State Warriors
    Donte DiVincenzo
    JaMychal Green
    Houston Rockets
    None
    Indiana Pacers
    James Johnson *
    Jalen Smith
    Los Angeles Clippers
    John Wall
    Los Angeles Lakers
    Troy Brown
    Thomas Bryant
    Damian Jones
    Juan Toscano-Anderson
    Lonnie Walker
    Memphis Grizzlies
    None
    Miami Heat
    Udonis Haslem ^
    Caleb Martin
    Milwaukee Bucks
    Jevon Carter ^
    Serge Ibaka ^
    Joe Ingles
    Wesley Matthews ^
    Minnesota Timberwolves
    Kyle Anderson
    Bryn Forbes
    Nathan Knight *
    Austin Rivers *
    New Orleans Pelicans
    None

    New York Knicks

    Jalen Brunson
    Isaiah Hartenstein
    Jericho Sims
    Oklahoma City Thunder
    Mike Muscala ^
    Orlando Magic
    Bol Bol
    Philadelphia 76ers
    James Harden ^
    Montrezl Harrell
    Danuel House
    P.J. Tucker
    Phoenix Suns
    Bismack Biyombo ^
    Damion Lee
    Josh Okogie
    Portland Trail Blazers
    Drew Eubanks ^
    Gary Payton II
    Sacramento Kings
    Matthew Dellavedova *
    Chima Moneke *
    Malik Monk
    KZ Okpala *
    San Antonio Spurs
    Gorgui Dieng
    Toronto Raptors
    Justin Champagnie *
    Juancho Hernangomez
    Otto Porter Jr.
    Utah Jazz
    Simone Fontecchio
    Collin Sexton
    Washington Wizards
    Taj Gibson
    Anthony Gill
    Delon Wright
    Here are the players who must give their consent if their teams want to trade them during the í22/23 league year:

    No-trade clauses:

    Bradley Beal (Wizards)
    Players whose offer sheets were matched:

    Deandre Ayton (Suns)
    Players re-signing for one year (or two years, with a second-year player/team option):

    Bismack Biyombo (Suns)
    Jevon Carter (Bucks)
    Kessler Edwards (Nets)
    Drew Eubanks (Trail Blazers)
    James Harden (Sixers)
    Udonis Haslem (Heat)
    Serge Ibaka (Bucks)
    Derrick Jones (Bulls)
    Nathan Knight (Timberwolves) *
    Wesley Matthews (Bucks)
    Rodney McGruder (Pistons)
    Mike Muscala (Thunder)
    Victor Oladipo (Heat)
    Theo Pinson (Mavericks)
    Note: Players marked with an asterisk (*) donít have fully guaranteed salaries.

    If any player who re-signed for one year approves a trade during the 2022/23 league year, heíll have Non-Bird rights at seasonís end instead of Early Bird or full Bird rights.
    Listed below are the players who meet this criteria and canít be traded until at least January 15, 2023. Players who have the ability to veto trades in 2022/23 are marked with a caret (^).

    Brooklyn Nets
    Nic Claxton
    Charlotte Hornets
    Cody Martin
    Chicago Bulls
    Zach LaVine
    Denver Nuggets
    Vlatko Cancar
    Golden State Warriors
    Kevon Looney
    Houston Rockets
    JaeíSean Tate
    Los Angeles Clippers
    Nicolas Batum
    Amir Coffey
    Memphis Grizzlies
    Tyus Jones
    Miami Heat
    Dewayne Dedmon
    Victor Oladipo ^
    Milwaukee Bucks
    Jordan Nwora
    Bobby Portis
    New York Knicks
    Mitchell Robinson
    Oklahoma City Thunder
    Luguentz Dort
    Orlando Magic
    Mohamed Bamba

    Phoenix Suns
    Deandre Ayton ^
    Portland Trail Blazers
    Jusuf Nurkic
    Anfernee Simons
    Toronto Raptors
    Chris Boucher
    Washington Wizards
    Bradley Beal ^
    Hereís a list of the NBA players who have active trade kickers for 2022/23, listed alphabetically, along with the details of those trade bonuses:

    Giannis Antetokounmpo, Bucks (15%)
    Bogdan Bogdanovic, Hawks (15%)
    Jalen Brunson, Knicks (10%)
    Reggie Bullock, Mavericks (5%)
    Jimmy Butler, Heat (15%)
    Anthony Davis, Lakers (15%)
    Donte DiVincenzo, Warriors (15%)
    Draymond Green, Warriors (15%)
    James Harden, Sixers (15%)
    Tobias Harris, Sixers (5%)
    Isaiah Hartenstein, Knicks (5%)
    Gordon Hayward, Hornets (15%)
    Richaun Holmes, Kings (15%)
    Kyrie Irving, Nets (15%)
    Reggie Jackson, Clippers (15%)
    Kawhi Leonard, Clippers (15%)
    Caleb Martin, Heat (15%)
    Donovan Mitchell, Jazz (15%)
    Bobby Portis, Bucks (15%)
    Julius Randle, Knicks (15%)
    Marcus Smart, Celtics (15% or $1MM, whichever is lesser)
    Jalen Smith, Pacers (10%)
    Jayson Tatum, Celtics (15%)
    Klay Thompson, Warriors (15%)
    Karl-Anthony Towns, Timberwolves (5%)
    Jonas Valanciunas, Pelicans (15% or $1MM, whichever is lesser)

    The following players have trade bonuses on their contracts, but those bonuses would be voided if they were to be traded during the 2022/23 league year, since theyíre already earning this seasonís maximum salary:

    Bradley Beal, Wizards (15%)
    Stephen Curry, Warriors (15%)
    Luka Doncic, Mavericks (15%)
    Kevin Durant, Nets (15%)
    Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, Thunder (15%)
    Brandon Ingram, Pelicans (15%)
    LeBron James, Lakers (15%)
    Zach LaVine, Bulls (15%)
    Trae Young, Hawks (15%)

    The following players have signed contract extensions that will include trade kickers, but those extensions wonít go into effect until at least the 2023/24 season:

    Devin Booker, Suns (10%)
    Darius Garland, Cavaliers (15%)
    Nikola Jokic, Nuggets (15%)
    Ja Morant, Grizzlies (15%)
    The ďpoison pillĒ provision applies to 11 players who signed rookie scale extensions in 2022. Here are those players, along with their outgoing salaries and incoming salaries for trade purposes:

    Player Team Outgoing trade value Incoming trade value

    Zion Williamson NOP $13,534,817 $34,639,136
    Ja Morant MEM $12,119,440 $34,403,240
    RJ Barrett NYK $10,900,635 $23,580,127
    DeíAndre Hunter ATL $9,835,881 $19,967,176
    Darius Garland CLE $8,920,795 $33,870,133
    Tyler Herro MIA $5,722,116 $25,144,423
    Brandon Clarke MEM $4,343,920 $10,868,784
    Nassir Little POR $4,171,548 $6,434,310
    Jordan Poole GSW $3,901,399 $26,380,280
    Keldon Johnson SAS $3,873,025 $15,574,605
    Kevin Porter Jr. HOU $3,217,631 $15,234,726
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    Randle seems to be playing good ball, with or without the top competition, he is even smiling and playing nice with his teammates.

    Is this the player we would want to keep while trying to find a DM equivalent, or is he the player you trade now when his value seems to be at it's highest point since his 2nd team all NBA?

    I know what I would do if you can, and it seems there are a couple teams faultering and the PF position is a need for them.

    But what my eyes tell me is that this team, FO, and coach have already put RJ on the block and really like Randle.

    So could the big trade come down to draft night or FA when RJ's poison pill has expired?

    I am still under the belief that you cannot have three lefty pounders all in the starting unit all making 100m+ and be a true contender, I don't care who you bring here, and without moving one of those contracts the likelyhood of a star making 35-40m will be very tough to pull off.

    So my gut says Knicks are hoping RJ shows just enough to entice teams to take a 22 year old with a ton of picks to get whoever that next available DM type player is.

    In the meantime, is our big moves for this years deadline just going to be trying to move three guys not even getting off the bench, must have a ton of value doing that to them?

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    Cam Reddish breaks silence on rumored trade request
    Published December 8, 2022, 11:42 AM EST

    By Jesse Cinquini ∑ 2 min read


    New York Knicks forward Cam Reddish has had a turbulent past week or so. After a solid start to the season, Tom Thibodeau removed Reddish from the teamís rotation entirely once Quentin Grimes returned from injury. Reddish has accumulated two consecutive healthy DNPs in New Yorkís two most recent outings against the Atlanta Hawks and Cleveland Cavaliers.

    Seemingly making matters worse for Reddishís future with the Knicks, New York Daily News Knicks beat writer Stefan Bondy published an article on Wednesday saying that the team and Reddish were working on a trade to move him elsewhere.



    However, Reddish had the opportunity to speak on these rumors after New Yorkís win over the Hawks, and he was quick to shut them down:

    ďI havenít requested any trades. I have not. Yíall seem to know more than me, for real. I donít know what yíall talking about, but I havenít requested no trade, nothing like that.Ē

    Cam Reddish, 24, is in his fourth year in the NBA and second with the Knicks. Heís averaging 8.4 points, 1.6 rebounds, 1.0 assists, 0.8 steals, and 0.4 blocks across 20 appearances this season. Reddish is shooting the ball inside the three-point line with excellent efficiency, as heís converting 55.0% of his two-point field goals, by far a career-best.

    Considering the Knicks traded a first-round pick last season to acquire Reddish, he should receive consistent rotation minutes. It doesnít make sense for Thibodeau to have Reddish rot on the bench when there are arguably worse players ahead of him in the rotation, but Thibodeau has a reputation for giving youngsters a short leash.

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    FYI, Lavine cannot be traded till Jan 15th, and Woj has not spelled that out but just says the Knicks are monitoring the Bulls situation, in other words they pray that the Bulls continue to collapse that players stay injured and Bulls then feel the need to break up the team like Utah did, but realize this Zach makes over 37m, and DM at the time of the trading situatin was making 30m.

    Itís no longer news that the Knicks are looking for another star player to pair up with Jalen Brunson. It has been reported before that the ĎBockers are hoarding their eight first-rounders in order to pounce when that next megastar becomes available. The problem in that is they arenít sure if one will ever be on the market.

    Woj: "You go back to September 1 when Cleveland made that trade for Donovan Mitchell. This may haunt this Knicks regime until the endÖ The Knicks will be watching Chicago [possibly targeting Zach LaVine]Ö They need a star attraction."#NewYorkForeverpic.twitter.com/rpr9YtSt3x

    Knicks fans are certainly hoping that the team gets that ďstar attractionĒ they are seeking for. But as things currently stand, their prospects arenít looking that good.

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    Man, this is sad..

    No one wanted to ďoverpayĒ for Mitchell. Now here we are, hoping someone makes their lesser player available to us, so we can pay what we could have gotten DM for (or more).

    And thatís no disrespect to Lavine, Iíd take him, and I like him

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    This site, you just have to shake your head each time it puts up a trade proposal?


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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadyOne View Post
    Man, this is sad..

    No one wanted to ďoverpayĒ for Mitchell. Now here we are, hoping someone makes their lesser player available to us, so we can pay what we could have gotten DM for (or more).

    And thatís no disrespect to Lavine, Iíd take him, and I like him
    there's no way Lavine commands the same package as DM

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    Quote Originally Posted by nycericanguy View Post
    there's no way Lavine commands the same package as DM
    What you think they going to ask from us? If it happened, which I doubt it does

    They will have other interested parties. And they will absolutely play off our desperation. Could also be whoever the next supposed target is, not just him
    Last edited by ShadyOne; 12-10-2022 at 09:30 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadyOne View Post
    What you think they going to ask from us? If it happened, which I doubt it does

    They will have other interested parties. And they will absolutely play off our desperation
    IDK, but Lavine is almost 2 years older, with an injury history, making much more, and doesn't have anywhere near the track record of team success that DM has. And CHI doesn't have Ainge as a GM.

    So the better question is, why do you think the price would be the same? let alone more?

    there's always other teams interested if there's a legit star available. And Rose hasn't made desperate trades nor do I think we'd be desperate for Lavine. CHI is the team desperate for assets, they are truly stuck in NBA purgatory and they need to restock the assets cupboard in a bad way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nycericanguy View Post
    IDK, but Lavine is almost 2 years older, with an injury history, making much more, and doesn't have anywhere near the track record of team success that DM has. And CHI doesn't have Ainge as a GM.

    So the better question is, why do you think the price would be the same? let alone more?

    there's always other teams interested if there's a legit star available. And Rose hasn't made desperate trades nor do I think we'd be desperate for Lavine. CHI is the team desperate for assets, they are truly stuck in NBA purgatory and they need to restock the assets cupboard in a bad way.
    Didnít only mean Lavine, it will just keep going, with the next name. Chicago isnít stuck at all. They have players. And they have easily moveable deals. And arenít stuck in any cap situation. Hypothetically, they could trade Vuc right now, as a rental. They will be able to get a few picks for DD, and will definitely get at least a few for Lavine. They are fine

    Iíd bet a Lavine deal would look like the Murray trade, but with a bit more in picks/players
    Last edited by ShadyOne; 12-10-2022 at 09:37 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadyOne View Post
    Didnít only mean Lavine, it will just keep going. Chicago isnít stuck at all. They have players. And they have easily moveable deals. And arenít stuck in any cap situation
    Lavine is the only guy they have that would bring back significant assets.

    I think you view everyone else through rose colored glasses compared to the way you view our situation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadyOne View Post
    Didnít only mean Lavine, it will just keep going, with the next name. Chicago isnít stuck at all. They have players. And they have easily moveable deals. And arenít stuck in any cap situation. Hypothetically, they could trade Vuc right now, as a rental. They will be able to get a few picks for DD, and will definitely get at least a few for Lavine. They are fine
    ok so they'd end up with a few extra picks and no young players and not having their own picks to tank. Doesn't sound so fine at all.

    We have young players, all our picks, tons of other picks as well and moveable contracts and you hate where we are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nycericanguy View Post
    Lavine is the only guy they have that would bring back significant assets.

    I think you view everyone else through rose colored glasses compared to the way you view our situation.
    Derozan will return plenty. And they can pretty much wipe the slate clean if they like. We canít. And who says they donít start playing better

    Our situation isnít good, as far as our cap, and our players. We are in pretty bad shape. Stuck in the middle. With no cap, and no real star. Looking at all the teams in a similar area standings wise, who wouldnít you trade places with? I mean, the only ones I see for me, that I think are worse off, are maybe the Wolves, and Clippers
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadyOne View Post
    Derozan will return plenty. And they can pretty much wipe the slate clean if they like. We canít

    Our situation isnít good, as far as our cap, and our players.
    last time he was traded he didn't bring back much. How many contenders can really give up a lot for him other than late 1sts?

    They can wipe the slate clean without their picks, but we can't?...lol. Lonzo is the worst contract on either team easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nycericanguy View Post
    last time he was traded he didn't bring back much. How many contenders can really give up a lot for him other than late 1sts?

    They can wipe the slate clean without their picks, but we can't?...lol. Lonzo is the worst contract on either team easily.
    No, we canít

    And Iím not a huge DD guy (well, double Ds I am..) but if a guy thatís coming off a 2nd team all pro, and is playing well again isnít worth anything, whatís our stuff worth? Heís raised his value, and outplayed his contract. Teams would take him gladly
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