Deadline Day is here: Which NBA stars will change teams? Everyone is available at the Atlanta Hawks – even Dennis Schröder. All trades in the LIVETICKER.
It’s Deadline Day in the NBA again: As every year, many teams want to prepare themselves for the playoffs with a star or to secure one or the other draft pick by trades of their best players.
One team currently in rebuild mode is Atlanta. That’s why every Hawks player is available – including Dennis Schröder. Especially since the German national player is one of the few Hawks players for whom Atlanta could demand a lot.
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DeAndre Jordan, Kemba Walker, Hassan Whiteside are also traded with some big names that could change at the last push of a button.
All trades and transfer rumors in the ticker:
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Teams like the weakening Cleveland Cavaliers around superstar LeBron James, on the other hand, are looking for reinforcement to maintain their supremacy in the east in the playoffs.
Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reports that the Cavs and L. A. Clippers continues to be in talks about a possible trade by DeAndre Jordan.
However, third team would have to be involved in order to adjust salaries.
The San Antonio Spurs seem to be interested in Avery Bradley of the Los Angeles Clippers, writes Mark Stein of the New York Times.
According to the report, a trade is being discussed which provides for Bradley to move to San Antonio for Danny Green and a first-round pick.
Bradley came to the Clippers from the Detroit pistons in the trade for Blake Griffin only a few days ago and could be gone soon.
According to Michael Scotto, the Denver Nuggets want to exchange Wilson Chandler for Joe Johnson of Utah Jazz.
In addition, the nuggets try to get rid of Emmanuel Mudiay and Kenneth Faried on the one hand, on the other hand they have a strong interest in Tyreke Evans from the Memphis Grizzlies.
In addition to Denver, however, there are numerous other NBA teams competing for Evans: The Nuggets, Boston Celtics and Philadelphia 76ers have so far refused to give up more than one secondrounder or a young player for Evans.
No wonder the Guard finally becomes a Free Agent in summer. And then Evans will want a lot of money.