New York: I assume by "nothing" he means a massive TPE. Given we just added a good player in Fournier with a similar TPE I don't know why you'd say it's nothing. If we are getting "nothing" why are we trading them two first round picks??
Dallas: We trade the guy who is less injury-prone, has a less volatile personality and who is contracted for less, PLUS a 1st?
OKC: Can anyone imagine the optics of trading our most recent marquee free agent signing + a first round pick for a guy who spurned us for Philly after playing here? He's also 35 and still owed a guaranteed $41.5 million.
Chicago: Again, no need for multiple firsts to be exchanged at all, especially if we take back Aminu.
Clippers: Giving up firsts here might be the most egregious of them all. Beverley is injury-prone and overpaid, Kennard is on a long contract (although I think he could be a good player in the right system) and Mann is ... okay? He's not as young as I thought he was (25 in October).