Month: January 2018

As the Detroit Pistons fall down the Eastern Conference standings, they are making Avery Bradley available in trade talks. With a 14-6 start this season, the Detroit Pistons were one of the more surprising teams in the NBA. But they’ve fallen off lately, and according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski the Pistons have made shooting guard
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In the lead up to the Feb. 8 trade deadline, we’re taking all 30 teams and finding mutually beneficial partners. Every day will offer up a new deal with two new consorts. It’s kinda like the 12 days of Christmas, but instead of hens-a-laying and pear trees and other useless nonsense from your true love,
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Let’s quickly take a look at the Western Conference standings, shall we? You’ll see that I’ve helpfully highlighted a middle section there for you. That’s because it’s currently the most interesting group of teams in either conference. The Thunder, Trail Blazers, Pelicans, Clippers and Nuggets are separated in the standings by a total of 3.5
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In the lead up to the Feb. 8 trade deadline, we’re taking all 30 teams and finding mutually beneficial partners. Every day will offer up a new deal with two new consorts. It’s kinda like the 12 days of Christmas, but instead of hens-a-laying and pear trees and other useless nonsense from your true love,
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The Charlotte Hornets are struggling and reportedly fielding offers for star point guard Kemba Walker. Here are a few trades to save him from NBA purgatory. The Hornets are in a bad way. They sit firmly outside the Eastern Conference playoff picture. They are light on young talent and heavy on middling veterans on very
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With the NBA Trade Deadline rapidly approaching, find out which big names could be on the move between now and Feb. 8. The NBA’s decision to move its trade deadline up a few weeks this year could grease the wheels on even more deals than usual. Whereas teams generally had a sense of whether to
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