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    Would be big and would directly effect PG13 and Lebron's decisions in FA.


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    Also this though.



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    Also this though.


    What could the Cavs offer to the Bulls? Love? Teams still want that stiff? Whatevs... Offseason gonna offseason.

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    What could the Cavs offer to the Bulls? Love? Teams still want that stiff? Whatevs... Offseason gonna offseason.
    yeah, i can't figure why love is considered such a trade asset any longer if, in fact, he is.
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    Best Spurs-related news of the day. A team like the Suns and to a lesser extent the wolves has no business trying to go win-now. Makes it more possible to get an Aldridge trade for the loser.

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    Except the Spurs "don't make big trades".
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    Gilbert is going to spend like a drunken sailor, if he can, to try and keep LeBron in Cleveland. I'm surprised they haven't announced an "interest" in Durant yet.

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    I call it smokescreen. Paul George is the one they'll get.

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    Gilbert is going to spend like a drunken sailor, if he can, to try and keep LeBron in Cleveland. I'm surprised they haven't announced an "interest" in Durant yet.
    Didn't he take the bucks job?

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    Didn't he take the bucks job?

    Not sure if you're making a joke I didn't get. I'll treat it as serious.

    Dan Gilbert is the owner of the Cavs. He and LeBron aren't getting along. During the last season, LeBron publicly bitched that Gilbert hadn't surrounded him with enough talent, and needed to buy him some more support players. Gilbert had inked something like $300 Million in salaries, but he also took the bait and fired off some stupid comments. The rumors (whoever "they" are) say that LeBron is going to leave Cleveland, largely because he hates Gilbert. Gilbert, as I said above, is going to try and send the message that he will spend any amount of money to keep LeBron in town. It's as messy as a low budget porn flick.

    I wouldn't be surprised to see LeBron allow Gilbert to spend a shitload of cash, and then leave anyway just to fuck with him.

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    Not sure if you're making a joke I didn't get. I'll treat it as serious.

    Dan Gilbert is the owner of the Cavs. He and LeBron aren't getting along. During the last season, LeBron publicly bitched that Gilbert hadn't surrounded him with enough talent, and needed to buy him some more support players. Gilbert had inked something like $300 Million in salaries, but he also took the bait and fired off some stupid comments. The rumors (whoever "they" are) say that LeBron is going to leave Cleveland, largely because he hates Gilbert. Gilbert, as I said above, is going to try and send the message that he will spend any amount of money to keep LeBron in town. It's as messy as a low budget porn flick.

    I wouldn't be surprised to see LeBron allow Gilbert to spend a shitload of cash, and then leave anyway just to fuck with him.
    I must be getting Gilbert confused with their GM.

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    I must be getting Gilbert confused with their GM.
    You are - no worries. Gilbert is the owner and David Griffin is the GM.

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    George's agent must have told Cleveland to fuck off if they're after Butler all of a sudden, since George fits their needs much better and will have a lower asking price thanks to his revelation that he's walking next summer.

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    Gilbert is going to spend like a drunken sailor, if he can, to try and keep LeBron in Cleveland. I'm surprised they haven't announced an "interest" in Durant yet.
    So true... Be patient, that announcement could come any second. But KD already knows his reputation as "the servant" (no capitals on purpose) and him leaving the Dubs after already establishing himself as their TeamMVP over their 2XNBAMVP is just not going to happen.

    And the NBA knows it. Old boy is going to want to start building his legacy, now that he's got the Konami Cheat Code.

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    I must be getting Gilbert confused with their GM.

    Been there. Random neurons fire or something. It happens.

    But, yeah, I've been expecting these kinds of announcements from the Cavs. Gilbert is scared shitless of LeBron leaving... again. He can pretend that he's in control, but LeBron has been in charge of every team he's ever been on.

    I think LeBron knows what a good thing he has to be paired with Kyrie, so he'll probably stay. If not for that alone, I think he'd be gone. But if he stays, he's gonna make Gilbert bleed.

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    I hope the Spurs are making calls to gauge George's interest in coming here. That would be a hell of a core to build around if they could land him to play the two guard next to Kawhi. They'd definitely have to move Green in that case though.

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    George's agent must have told Cleveland to fuck off if they're after Butler all of a sudden, since George fits their needs much better and will have a lower asking price thanks to his revelation that he's walking next summer.
    There is a pretty high level of collusion like I said. I would not be surprised if LA already knows PG is coming no matter what. However, still a mistake on LA part IMO to let another team get PG's bird rights. Sure, you don't give up any assets which is more attractive to PG, but you really hurt your chances at adding another nice FA with PG that way.

    Hopefully IND doesn't help LA out by taking a terrible offer. If it's not a good offer where they give up some nice assets, then just hold PG.

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    Been there. Random neurons fire or something. It happens.

    But, yeah, I've been expecting these kinds of announcements from the Cavs. Gilbert is scared shitless of LeBron leaving... again. He can pretend that he's in control, but LeBron has been in charge of every team he's ever been on.

    I think LeBron knows what a good thing he has to be paired with Kyrie, so he'll probably stay. If not for that alone, I think he'd be gone. But if he stays, he's gonna make Gilbert bleed.
    Oh yeah, LeBron had to be pissed about Arison's cost cutting with Mike Miller, and I still think that's the reason he left Miami. It was like a big fuck you to LeBron after he, Wade, and Bosh together took a paycut so they could sign Miller. Especially seeing how they probably don't beat the Spurs in 2013 without him and how badly he was missed in the 2014 Finals when Chalmers went ice cold. Ever since then you get LeBron and you gotta be going all out, luxury tax be damned, to win a title or he walks. But yeah, Irving is likely enough to keep him there as long as they can get something good for Love.

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    Cleveland doesn't have any assets other than Love, tbh..no young players, no enticing picks, etc..can't see why the Bulls would even want Love, too..

    Just an attempt to generate hype IMO..

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    I hope the Spurs are making calls to gauge George's interest in coming here. That would be a hell of a core to build around if they could land him to play the two guard next to Kawhi. They'd definitely have to move Green in that case though.
    Hollywood Paul George wanting to play in SA..

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    There is a pretty high level of collusion like I said. I would not be surprised if LA already knows PG is coming no matter what. However, still a mistake on LA part IMO to let another team get PG's bird rights. Sure, you don't give up any assets which is more attractive to PG, but you really hurt your chances at adding another nice FA with PG that way.

    Hopefully IND doesn't help LA out by taking a terrible offer. If it's not a good offer where they give up some nice assets, then just hold PG.
    Yeah I'm not moving George to LA unless I get the #2 pick. Otherwise if you're Indy you just gotta hold out hope you can move him to a contender who can give you a nice player or two. I don't see anything on the Lakers roster other than that lottery pick that offsets the possibility of what they might be able to get elsewhere. And if they lose him for nothing it's no big deal since they'd be trading a dollar for two dimes if they took two of LA2's young guys.

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    Hollywood Paul George wanting to play in SA..
    Still worth asking since the Spurs are a 61 win team with the second best player in the league.

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    Butler, LeBron and Kyrie would be a terrible fit, tbh..

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    What could the Cavs offer to the Bulls? Love? Teams still want that stiff? Whatevs... Offseason gonna offseason.
    Sounds like a 3 team trade... I suppose their assets (Cavs) + whatever they can get from other teams in exchange for Love. Something like that.
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    Cleveland doesn't have any assets other than Love, tbh..no young players, no enticing picks, etc..can't see why the Bulls would even want Love, too..

    Just an attempt to generate hype IMO..
    Yeah Love in Chicago makes no sense. It would have to be a three way deal. Now Love in Indiana works, their fans would show up in droves to see their great white hope bring class back to the organization.

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    George's agent must have told Cleveland to fuck off if they're after Butler all of a sudden, since George fits their needs much better and will have a lower asking price thanks to his revelation that he's walking next summer.
    Or maybe the Cavs decided they weren't that interested in a one year rental and decided to push for Butler.

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    Butler, LeBron and Kyrie would be a terrible fit, tbh..
    I don't know about "terrible" but PG is clearly an easier fit (in the Durant mold) because of his ability to play off the ball.

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    Yeah Love in Chicago makes no sense. It would have to be a three way deal. Now Love in Indiana works, their fans would show up in droves to see their great white hope bring class back to the organization.
    True, same with Boston..if Ainge could pull off a Love-Hayward duo, all those white ex-NBA fans that love college ball would be glued to their TVs, tbh..

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