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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 1:14 pm    Post subject: OFFICIAL GENERAL FREE AGENCY/TRADE THREAD

Depth Charts


Atlantic

Boston Celtics
PG: Kris Dunn / Carsen Edwards
SG: Marcus Smart / Josh Richardson / Yam Madar
SF: Jaylen Brown / Romeo Langford / Bruno Fernando
PF: Jayson Tatum / Aaron Nesmith / Grant Williams
C: Al Horford / Enes Kanter / Robert Williams

Brooklyn Nets
PG: Kyrie Irving / Patty Mills / Jevon Carter
SG: James Harden / Bruce Brown
SF: Kevin Durant / Joe Harris / Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot
PF: Blake Griffin / James Johnson / DeAndre' Bembry / Cameron Thomas / Day'Ron Sharpe
C: D'Andre Jordan

New York Knicks
PG: Kemba Walker/ Derrick Rose / Jacob Evans
SG: Evan Fournier / Alec Burks / Alonzo Trier / Quentin Grimes
SF: RJ Barret / Kevin Knox
PF: Julius Randle / Obi Toppin / Taj Gibson
C: Mitchell Robinson / Nerlens Noel / Omari Spellman

Philadelphia 76ers
PG: Ben Simmons / Shake Milton / Isaiah Joe
SG: Seth Curry / Furkan Korkmaz / Tyrese Maxey
SF: Terrance Ferguson / Matisse Thybulle / Jaden Springer / Georges Niang
PF: Tobias Harris
C: Joel Embiid / Andre Drummond

Toronto Raptors
PG: Goran Dragic / Fred VanVleet / Malachi Flynn
SG: Gary Trent Jr. / Patrick McCaw / Malachi Richardson
SF: Scottie Barnes / OG Anunoby / Chris Boucher
PF: Pascal Siakam / Sam Dekker
C: Aaron Baynes


Central

Chicago Bulls
PG: Lonzo Ball / Coby White
SG: Zach LaVine / Alex Caruso / Troy Brown Jr.
SF: DeMarr DeRozan / Patrick Williams / Antonio Blakeney
PF:
C: Nikola Vucevic / Tony Bradley

Cleveland Cavaliers
PG: Collin Sexton / Ricky Rubio
SG: Darius Garland
SF: Isaac Okoro / Cedi Osman / Okaro White
PF: Evan Mobley / Larry Nance / Taurean Prince
C: Jarrett Allen / Kevin Love

Detroit Pistons
PG: Killian Hayes / Corey Joseph
SG: Gaben Lee
SF: Cade Cunningham / Josh Jackson / Dzanan Musa
PF: Jerami Grant / Sekou Doumbouya / Trey Lyles
C: Isaiah Stewart / Kelly Olynyk

Indiana Pacers
PG: Malcom Brogdon / T.J. McConnell
SG: Caris Levert/ Chris Duarte / Justin Holiday
SF: T.J. Warren / Torrey Craig
PF: Domantas Sabonis / Alize Johnson
C: Myles Turner / Isaiah Jackson / Ike Anigbogu / Goga Bitadze

Milwaukee Bucks
PG: Jrue Holiday / George Hill
SG: Donte Divencenzo / Pat Connaughton
SF: Khris Middleton / Rodney Hood / Semi Ojeleye
PF: Giannas Antetokounmpo / Bobby Portis
C: Brook Lopez


Southeast

Atlanta Hawks
PG: Trae Young / Delon Wright
SG: Kevin Huerter / Jalen Johnson
SF: Bogdan Bogdanovic / D'Andre Hunter / Cam Reddish
PF: John Collins / Danilo Gallinari / Solomon Hill
C: Clint Capela / Gorgui Dieng / Onyeka Okongwu

Charlotte Hornets
PG: LaMelo Ball / Ish Smith / James Bouknight
SG: Terry Rozier
SF: Gordon Hayward / Miles Bridges
PF: PJ Washington / Kai Jones / Ray Spalding / Vernon Carey
C: Mason Plumlee

Miami Heat
PG: Kyle Lowry / Gave Vincent
SG: Tyler Herro / Max Struss
SF: Jimmy Butler
PF: Duncan Robinson / Markieff Morris
C: Bam Adebayo / P.J. Tucker / Dewayne Dedmon

Orlando Magic
PG: Markell Fultz / Cole Anthony / Michael Carter-Williams
SG: Gary Harris / Terrance Ross / R.J. Hampton / Dwayne Bacon
SF: Jalen Suggs / Franz Wagner
PF: Jonathan Isaac / Mo Wagner / Chuma Okeke
C: Wendell Carter Jr. / Mohamed Bamba / Robin Lopez

Washington Wizards
PG: Spencer Dinwiddie
SG: Bradley Beal / Jerome Robinson
SF: Kentavious Caldwell-Pope / Deni Avdija / Corey Kispert
PF: Kyle Kuzma / Davis Bertans / Rui Hachimura
C: Montrez Harrell / Thomas Bryant


Southwest

Dallas Mavericks
PG: Luka Doncic / Trey Burke / Jalen Brunson / Tyrell Terry
SG: Sterling Brown / Reggie Bullock / Antonius Cleveland
SF: Tim Hardaway Jr. / Josh Green
PF: Dorian Finney-Smith / Maximilian Kleber / Dwight Powell
C: Kristaps Porzingis / Willy Cauley-Stein / Boban Marjanovic

Houston Rockets
PG: John Wall / D.J. Augustin / Chris Clemens
SG: Eric Gordon / Josh Christopher
SF: Jalen Green / Danuel House / David Nwaba / Kenyon Martin
PF: Christian Wood / DeMarre Carrol / Usman Garuba
C: Alperen Sengun / Daniel Theis

Memphis Grizzlies
PG: Ja Morant / Eric Bledsoe / Tyus Jones / D'Anthony Melton / Desmond Bane
SG: Dillon Brooks / Grayson Allen / Mario Henzonja / Santi Aldama
SF: Kyle Anderson / Trey Murphy III / Sean McDermott / Jontay Porter
PF: Jaren Jackson Jr. / Brandon Clarke
C: Steven Adams

New Orleans Pelicans
PG: Devonte Graham / Tomas Satoransky / Kira Lewis
SG: Nickell Alexander-Walker / Wes Iwundu / Garret Temple
SF: Brandon Ingram / Didi Louzada / Elijah Hughes
PF: Zion Williamson / Wayne Gabriel
C: Jonas Valanciunas / Jaxson Hayes / Willy Hernangomez

San Antonio Spurs
PG: Dejounte Murray / Derrick White / Tre Jones
SG: Lonnie Walker IV / Bryan Forbes / Devin Vassell
SF: Doug McDermott / Al-Farouq Aminu / Joshua Primo / Keldon Johnson
PF: Zach Collins / Thaddeus Young / Drew Eubanks / Luka Samanic
C: Jakob Poeltl / Jock Landale / Chimezie Metu


Northwest

Denver Nuggets
PG: Jamal Murray / Monte Morris / Nah'Shon Hyland
SG: Will Barton / Austin Rivers / PJ Dozier
SF: Michael Porter Jr. / Tyler Lydon
PF: Aaron Gordon / JaMychal Green
C: Nikola Jokic / Jeff Green / Bol Bol

Minnesota Timberwolves
PG: Josh Okogie / Leandro Bolmaro
SG: D'Angelo Russell / Malik Beasley
SF: Anthony Edwards / Jarret Culver / Jake Lyman
PF: Taurean Prince / Juan Hernangomez / Jaden McDaniels
C: Karl-Anthony Towns

Oklahoma City Thunder
PG: Shai Gilgeous-Alexander / Tre Mann
SG: Josh Giddey / Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot / Ty Jerome / Josh Gray
SF: Ziare Williams / Luguentz Dort / Alex Abrines
PF: Kenrich Williams / Kevin Hervey / Josh Hill
C: Mike Muscala

Portland Trailblazers
PG: Damian Lillard / Anfernee Simmons
SG: C.J. McCollum / Norman Powell / Ben McLemore
SF: Derrick Jones Jr. / Nassir Little / Tony Snell
PF: Robert Covington
C: Jusuf Nurkic / Cody Zeller

Utah Jazz
PG: Mike Conley / Jordan Clarkson
SG: Donovan Mitchell
SF: Joe Ingles / Royce O'Neale
PF: Bojan Bogdanovic / Rudy Gay
C: Rudy Gobert / Hassan Whiteside


Pacific

Golden State Warriors
PG: Steph Curry / Damian Lee
SG: Klay Thompson / Moses Moody / Jordan Poole
SF: Andrew Wiggins / Otto Porter Jr.
PF: Draymond Green / Jonathan Kuminga / Eric Paschall / Nemanja Bjelica
C: James Wiseman / Kevon Looney

Los Angeles Clippers
PG: Patrick Beverly / Rajon Rondo
SG: Paul George / Luke Kennard / Terrance Mann
SF: Nicolas Batum
PF: Marcus Morris / Keon Johnson
C: Serge Ibaka / Ivica Zubac

Los Angeles Lakers
PG: Russell Westbrook / Kendrick Nunn
SG: Talen Horton-Tucker / Wayne Ellington / Malik Monk
SF: Trevor Ariza / Kent Bazemore
PF: Lebron James / Carmelo Anthony
C: Anthony Davis / Marc Gasol / Dwight Howard

Phoenix Suns
PG: Chris Paul / Cameron Payne
SG: Devin Booker / Landry Shamet
SF: Mikal Bridges / George King
PF: Jae Crowder / Dario Saric / Cameron Johnson
C: DaAndre Ayton / JaVale McGee / Frank Kaminsky

Sacramento Kings
PG: De'Aaron Fox / Davion Mitchell
SG: Buddy Hield / Tyrese Haliburton / Robert Woodard
SF: Harrison Barnes / Glenn Robinson III
PF: Marvin Bagley III / Maurice Harkless
C: Tristan Thompson / Richaun Holmes / Alex Len / Damien Jones
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 1:40 pm    Post subject:

Plan A - Trade Deng, Sign UFA Kawhi Leonard, retain Rondo and pick up a guy that can eat minutes as a Center?
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 2:43 pm    Post subject:

SHAMELESSLY posting just to get in on the ground floor...

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 3:12 pm    Post subject:

Bold prediction: gonna start hearing Kevin Durant's name thrown about & rumored towards the beginning of free agency, if just for clicks & hot take bait.

MIGHT wanna include the salary for a 35% max player as well? $38,150,000 assuming a 109m cap.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 3:37 pm    Post subject:

MIMLaker wrote:
SHAMELESSLY posting just to get in on the ground floor...



That’s absurd, I’d never do such thing
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 3:37 pm    Post subject:

Eindhoven wrote:
MIMLaker wrote:
SHAMELESSLY posting just to get in on the ground floor...



That’s absurd, I’d never do such thing


Me neither
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 3:44 pm    Post subject:

Seven players worthy of Max contracts (if healthy): Kyrie, Klay, Butler, Durant, Kawhi, KAT and Cousins. I wonder how many teams can afford a Max contract next year.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 3:50 pm    Post subject:

Jesusdelonla wrote:
Eindhoven wrote:
MIMLaker wrote:
SHAMELESSLY posting just to get in on the ground floor...



That’s absurd, I’d never do such thing


Me neither


Who would do that


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 3:56 pm    Post subject:

SpunkieLakerCat wrote:
Jesusdelonla wrote:
Eindhoven wrote:
MIMLaker wrote:
SHAMELESSLY posting just to get in on the ground floor...



That’s absurd, I’d never do such thing


Me neither


Who would do that


I know i wouldn’t.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 3:57 pm    Post subject:

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 3:58 pm    Post subject:

Eindhoven wrote:
Seven players worthy of Max contracts (if healthy): Kyrie, Klay, Butler, Durant, Kawhi, KAT and Cousins. I wonder how many teams can afford a Max contract next year.


LOL, like half the league, my friend

https://www.spotrac.com/nba/cap/2019/

Sort by "practical cap space". It doesn't include the possibility that teams can dump a bad 2016 contract to open up even more space.

But I'd say keep an eye out for the Knicks, Nets, Mavs, Clips and Sixers. The other teams with cap space are either terrible and/or too small of a market to attract the big fish (yes, the NY teams are awful but it's NY).
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 4:07 pm    Post subject:

KD and Leonard would be the absolute jackpot.....

However, if we get either of them or both, INgram and Kuzma's days will be numbered if they aren't already....

Still think we need a combo guard, which DLO would of been perfect for.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 4:15 pm    Post subject:

Is there a scenario in which the Lakers divvy the ~$44mil in cap space(after trading Deng+2019 first for cap space) into two players....say...

1) Khris Middleton for deal starting at $20 million
2) Demarcus Cousins(after proving healthy) for deal starting at $24 million
3) Rajon Rondo room exception

PG - Ball / Rondo
SG - Middleton / Hart
SF - Ingram / Svi
PF - LeBron / Kuzma
C - Cousins / Wagner

10-deep, and crazy versatility. This allows Brandon Ingram to become the clear-cut #2 to LeBron.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 4:17 pm    Post subject:

RobinInHood wrote:
SpunkieLakerCat wrote:
Jesusdelonla wrote:
Eindhoven wrote:
MIMLaker wrote:
SHAMELESSLY posting just to get in on the ground floor...



That’s absurd, I’d never do such thing


Me neither


Who would do that


I know i wouldn’t.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 5:34 pm    Post subject:

cyborgspider wrote:
Eindhoven wrote:
Seven players worthy of Max contracts (if healthy): Kyrie, Klay, Butler, Durant, Kawhi, KAT and Cousins. I wonder how many teams can afford a Max contract next year.


LOL, like half the league, my friend

https://www.spotrac.com/nba/cap/2019/

Sort by "practical cap space". It doesn't include the possibility that teams can dump a bad 2016 contract to open up even more space.

But I'd say keep an eye out for the Knicks, Nets, Mavs, Clips and Sixers. The other teams with cap space are either terrible and/or too small of a market to attract the big fish (yes, the NY teams are awful but it's NY).


yeah, I think once you factor in the possibility of stretching contracts, I have seen estimates of 15-20 teams.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 5:38 pm    Post subject:

My hope we get one of KL, Klay, KD and the warriors lose Klay, KD and they don’t have Boogie’s bird rights
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 5:48 pm    Post subject:

KD and Kawhi are the obvious choices.
Boogie is the sleeper.
Why am I not as high on Klay as others are?
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 5:56 pm    Post subject:

I think the chances are greater that we hire David Blatt as the Head Coach next season than they are we sign Klay Thompson.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 6:13 pm    Post subject:

cyborgspider wrote:
Eindhoven wrote:
Seven players worthy of Max contracts (if healthy): Kyrie, Klay, Butler, Durant, Kawhi, KAT and Cousins. I wonder how many teams can afford a Max contract next year.


LOL, like half the league, my friend

https://www.spotrac.com/nba/cap/2019/

Sort by "practical cap space". It doesn't include the possibility that teams can dump a bad 2016 contract to open up even more space.

But I'd say keep an eye out for the Knicks, Nets, Mavs, Clips and Sixers. The other teams with cap space are either terrible and/or too small of a market to attract the big fish (yes, the NY teams are awful but it's NY).


I tihnk our only real competition is the Sixers (maybe the knicks if Porky returns to form after injury). This free agency period has shown how difficult it is to lure a top free agent without there already being elite talent on a team. Just having 2 max slots is not going to cut it.

We're extremely lucky to have lebron. Out of the list only the sixers have a team which is already extremely talented prior to a max signing. Even then, I still give us the edge due to location. LA> Philly as a place to live by a mile.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 6:26 pm    Post subject:

Hope we have our second star by the deadline and can skip free agency.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 6:35 pm    Post subject:

Vanquish wrote:
cyborgspider wrote:
Eindhoven wrote:
Seven players worthy of Max contracts (if healthy): Kyrie, Klay, Butler, Durant, Kawhi, KAT and Cousins. I wonder how many teams can afford a Max contract next year.


LOL, like half the league, my friend

https://www.spotrac.com/nba/cap/2019/

Sort by "practical cap space". It doesn't include the possibility that teams can dump a bad 2016 contract to open up even more space.

But I'd say keep an eye out for the Knicks, Nets, Mavs, Clips and Sixers. The other teams with cap space are either terrible and/or too small of a market to attract the big fish (yes, the NY teams are awful but it's NY).


I tihnk our only real competition is the Sixers (maybe the knicks if Porky returns to form after injury). This free agency period has shown how difficult it is to lure a top free agent without there already being elite talent on a team. Just having 2 max slots is not going to cut it.

We're extremely lucky to have lebron. Out of the list only the sixers have a team which is already extremely talented prior to a max signing. Even then, I still give us the edge due to location. LA> Philly as a place to live by a mile.



The Knicks clogged up some cap space last summer with the Hardaway signing. It won't be easy to turn things around and their FO could be in over their heads trying to fix it.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 9:27 pm    Post subject:

I predict that our stars are already on the roster with Lonzo, Kuzma and Ingram. I think Lonzo shows a consistent jumper this season and Kuzma and Ingram improve on last season as scorers. I believe that lebron being here and thier natural development will unlock thier star potential.


Next summer will be about bringing in star role players imo

Are there any small ball 5’s on the market? Maybe bring randle back


I really think this team is ready now after watching Boston in the playoffs. Lonzo, hart, Ingram and Kuzma will show the nba why laker fans think they are equal are better to any other young core in the nba.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 10:46 pm    Post subject:

wasnt there already a 2019 thread
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 10:55 pm    Post subject:

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wasnt there already a 2019 thread


Found it, but it is locked....

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 27, 2018 11:21 pm    Post subject:

Thanks LS for the opening hand!

Here are my assumptions at the end of 18-19

1. Two out of BI/Kuz/Zo trend to all star levels
2. The third is a solid rotation player
3. Hart plays well enough to warrant 10-15 minutes/game in the rotation
4 One of Mo/Svi is trending to where Hart is now!
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5. Ain't trading ANY of the above to dump Deng!
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If we do get Kawhi, then imho, we've got to get some vet-min (1.5-2.5M) ring chasers. I'd expect a bruiser/rebounder for sure.

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If we reach at least the WCF this 18-19 season, we're all set with the above composition to compete for O'Brien in 19-20.

This is my (second to) best case scenario. My best case, of course is that we win it all this year, in which case we'd definitely bring back KCP! On the flip side I don't particularly think we'll do worse than that! I'm an optimist!

Bring it on, skeptics!
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