I never realized that Moore is much of a defender. He is a dangerous 3P-shooter and a solid microwave-scorer.
Very good addition for the vet...
Agreed. Jones seems more of a replacement of Diallo than Baynes. Plus he might be the emergency plan in case of Baynes leaving.
The Nuggets rescinded their qualifying offer to Torrey Craig, he becomes a UFA. He would be a solid rotation player.
Yes, he had an excellent run in the bubbles, as the Suns did as well. Still, I'm not convinced.
About his age: he is a long-time pro, I think...
Crowder has his limitations but on a similar contract I take him over Saric.
BTW, I'm not the biggest supporter of bringing back Saric. If...
All quiet on the Suns' front.
Usually the Spurs work this way.
I remember that the Suns acquired his rights in the Marbury-trade. I guess its value may be limited since Vujanic retired 8 yaers ago.
Yes, and Ibaka is the guy who Smith reminds me most of.
If the Knicks take Toppin, I doubt that WAS goes for Hallyburton. Avdija makes more sense.
I wouldn't have thought that at least one from the Avdija-Hallyburton-Toppin trio will be available. Great news for the Suns.
Avdija is definitely more athletic and fluid than Saric was/is and he is already more versatile than Saric was.
Call me stupid but I take Tyler Bey over Saddiq Bey.
I understand that Saddiq shoots more 3's (but I don't really like his shooting technique)...
I don't know what the initial offer was where the negotiations started from, but if it was Rubio, Oubre for Paul then it is laughable if OKC wants...
That sounds like as if Jerome would represent any value.
I basically agree with this approach.
I have no problem with trading Oubre and Rubio for Chris Paul if OKC pay the price of taking over Paul's...
I also prefer Grant and Christian Wood as well over Gordon. If the Suns will trade for Paul, then Wood is probably out of our financial range.
No, it obviously does not.
If your point is correct, then you could have seen dozen of transactions when borderline NBA players got traded for...
I think it is either/or, not both.
The problem with Oubre that at this point he is a one-year rental. That's why there is no way that the Warriors give up #2 straight up for him....
I correct myself: the Iggy-trade exception did expire on 24th October.
I agree. Toppin is a quite obvious move-up target for the Suns.
His length, athleticism, agility, shooting touch and range make him an excellent...
The problem is that the Warriors is a repeating lux tax payer team which means that Oubre alone next season would cost them about 40 mil. Oubre's...
I think that his talent evaluation is almost completely off.
I don't think it is. His release point is too low and he is pushing his jumpshot a bit.
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