The Scorecrow Staff | February 10th, 2020
This past week, the NBA had the mid-season trade deadline, and as such, trades happened! Who woulda thunk?
At The Scorecrow, trade deadlines and draft days are our equivalent of a national holiday, so when the NBA’s largest trade in two decades went down to start the madness, we all just got drunk instead of doing our jobs and writing things. Sorry Johnnie.
Either way, here are the trades, and here are (most of) our thoughts. I, for one, don’t have them often, so y’all better appreciate the rare occasion.
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February 7th, 2020 Tom Greene |
The NBA Trade Deadline has come and gone!
I brought in a fellow member of
The Scorecrow, Pranav Ramasubramanian, also known as Pranav Rama, ( @PranavRama1), to break down the surprises and disappointments of the NBA Trade Deadline!
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Levon Satamian | July 16th, 2019
The Detroit Pistons, Chicago Bulls, and Orlando Magic all have interest in trading for
DeMar DeRozan. Continue reading
Jacari McRae | July 16th, 2019
Chris Paul was traded to Oklahoma City Thunder in a deal that sent Russell Westbrook to the Houston Rockets. With the Thunder likely rebuilding, Paul is reportedly seeking a move to a contender. A team that has been mentioned as a top trade destination is the Miami Heat, but a possible OKC-Miami deal will be complicated, according to ESPN’s Brian Windhorst. Continue reading
Jacari McRae| July 11th, 2019
Miami Heat star Chris Bosh believes the Heat could be a top-three team in the Eastern Conference if they acquired Russell Westbrook. Continue reading
Troy Pierce | July 10th, 2019
In the most surprising move of the NBA offseason, restricted free agent
D’Angelo Russell is now a Golden State Warrior. In addition to the Warriors and Brooklyn Nets, the sign-and-trade deal also includes the Minnesota Timberwolves. Continue reading
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Jacari McRae| July 7th, 2019
The NBA is now more wide open than ever before.
Early Saturday morning, the Los Angeles Clippers signed
Kawhi Leonard and pulled off a trade for Paul George In a move to acquire George, the Clippers gave up Shai-Gilgeous Alexander, Danilo Gallinari, four unprotected first rounders, a protected first rounder, plus two pick swaps. That’s a lot to give up, but if you have a chance to land Leonard and George, you do it. Continue reading