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2014 NBA Huddle Trade Block

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- Place all trade blocks in this thread

- Assume all free agents are retained and can be traded but the salaries still have to match-up (assume that the free agent's signed for whatever they signed for during the last free agency period).

 

- RFA's can be traded for just picks as compensation, UFA's can not (at least two players have to be involved to keep the salary the same)

 

- 15 players is the max for a roster but players can be cut to make room for incoming draft picks but only draft picks. You can't cut a player to make room for a traded player.

 

- Try to keep discussions to P.M.'s

- When a trade is agreed upon, one user needs to post the trade and the other needs to confirm the trade that way we know the trade is legit.

 

Note: I had to edit the rules because some teams aren't able to even participate if 

 

Happy Trading

 

ALSO!!! Make your first post a place holder and post your roster (look at my post as an example).

 

 

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OKC has Kendrick Perkins and Russell Westbrook on the block

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Taking offers for Kyrie Irving

EDIT: Also entertaining offers for #1 pick

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Denver is willing to part with any player or pick for the right deal.

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Milwaukee Bucks Roster

PG: Brandon Knight, Steve Nash, Patty Mills

SG: Giannis Antetokounmpo, O.J. Mayo, Ramon Sessions

SF: Jabari Parker, Thanasis Antetokounmpo, Carlos Delfino

PF: John Henson, Khris Middleton, Jeff Adrien

C: Larry Sanders, Ekpe Udoh, Zaza Pachulia

Cut: Miroslav Raduljica to make room for Jabari Parker, Chris Wright to make room for Thanasis Antetokounmpo.

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Kevin Love is on the block motha fawka!!!!!

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Looking to trade Brandon Knight for whatever...

Preferably a pick or a center or power forward.

How about Antetokounopo??

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How about Antetokounopo??

I had have to have a good offer and it would require Knight being in the deal as well.

I'd be looking at trading Antetokounmpo and Knight for a player and a pick.

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Lakers offering Steve Nash's 9mil expiring. (why did i choose this roster?)

 

Washington is making Nene, Otto Porter and Martell Webster available

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