Discussion in 'Portland Trail Blazers' started by e_blazer, May 9, 2018.
You get tips? I hope it's more than 15%!
So when that bitch said this You agreed that he's shooting straight? Any credibility he could've had was lost with this lie:
"They'll try to tell you they also have summer free agency available as an avenue to improve, but we all know better."
I don’t agree with all the details, but I like the idea of exploring a major shakeup to roster... and by great article, I meant great for Canzano, which is a low bar
1 Leonard per team, we'd need to get rid of the other one.......
I would say more like one Leonard per NBA, and I don't mean Meyers.
I'd still like to see Meyers on a team we play 4 times a year...
If San Antonio is down... this should be an absolute no-brainer.
Then SG would be our position of need.
Much easier to find an undersized ISO ball SG than an All NBA SF
Or, perhaps a 3&D SG more inclined to playing off the ball...?
Well considering some of the other trades that have gone down in the NBA, you never know.
But Canzano forgets one thing. The Spurs have said they won't trade Kawhi to the West. That could change with an offer they can't refuse. Maybe if the Blazers sweeten the deal with Meyers Leonard(surely they would love that), and take back the Gasol contract in return, it might be just enough. Remember the Spurs like players like Meyers(Bonner,Bertans, Baynes, and Boban). HeeHeeHee The Blazers could throw in a couple of 1st rounders as well. The draft in the NBA is a total crapshoot anymore with "One and Done".
It would take both CJ and Collins to get Leonard.
I could see that, but it wouldn't work salary wise, and the Blazers taking Gasol's awful 16 mil contract back with 3 years left might be enticing enough to get it done without Collins. Kawhi has 3 years left on his deal as well. I think Kawhi feels under appreciated with his deal.
CJ McCollum, Al- Farouq Aminu and Zack Collins for Kawhi Leonard and Pau Gasol.
For one year? No thanks.
What do you mean for one year?
He's a free agent after this upcoming season. Why would he stay in Portland after wanting out of SA for a bigger market (allegedly)?
Because he wants to win and so do we!
I hate to break this to you but staying in SA would give him a better chance at accomplishing that. He already won a title there and they were in contention until his injury last year.
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