Trying to figure out some other potential trades to move Brown while still adding a lot of value for the next 2-3 years (2 of the 4 would be much cheaper in 2020-2022 than Brown). And one ultimate fantasy proposal at the end that has a probability of greater than zero, but not by much haha just want your take on that, too.
What do you guys think of these potential trades:
Jaren Jackson, Jr.:http://tradenba.com/trades/ByTJKEtzB
Perhaps Morant does not like playing with Jackson, so a straight-up trade. We’ve possibly got our PF of the future who’s got 3 years on his rookie contract, is only 20 in September, and has a ton of potential. In fact, I suspect we might need to throw in the Milwaukee and/or Boston pick to get it done.
Solidifies our center position with a guy who’s 24 and averaged a double-double on a great team. That said, he had a tough injury. He would be slow making it back to 100%, but he has prior experience working with Kanter so they can split time this year while Nurkic gets better.
Hot commodity right now, so he would cost us a lot of picks on top of Brown. If he demanded a trade, this could possibly happen. That said, we would be set at PF for years to come considering he’s only 25, and he’s proven he can be the number two guy on a championship squad. Kemba and Pascal would be a deadly pick-and-roll, particularly if Tatum develops into a Durant-esque caliber player like we hope.
Extremely unlikely but seemed to be the case with Kyrie in 2017: Superstar demands out at the deadline...http://tradenba.com/trades/BJaLD4tGB
You never know what is happening behind the scenes. If the Bucks faltered (like we did in 2018-2019 after being favorites) with Bogdon gone and Giannis demanded a trade (like Kyrie wanted a change), would you execute this trade if Giannis agreed to a max extension on top of his contract set to expire in 2021? Reasoning: He wants to be the chief rival of the LA monsters that are Kawhi and LeBron, so where do you go to beat LA? Boston. It’s great for the NBA. Yes, it’s a monster-haul but this would be incredibly unique to land a top 5 talent who, combined with Kemba, Smart, and Hayward, would probably make us instant favorites to face the Clippers/Lakers each of the next four years. Oh, and he’s only 25 in December.