Trade-Deadline: Cavs agreed with Superstar
The busy Cleveland Cavaliers had a really big fish on the line for the trade deadline at the NBA. But the trade collapsed because of small things.
At the Trade Deadline, NBA Vice Champion Cleveland beat Cleveland once again and completely rebuilt his entire team, presumably according to the wishes of superstar LeBron James.
“King James” let Jordan Clarkson, Rodney Hood, George Hill and Larry Nance Jr. and ploughing through the NBA again.
As good as the team chemistry of the Cavs seems to be right again – the newcomers aren’t exactly big names.
As ESPN reports, Cleveland had already agreed on a trade with DeAndre Jordan, the all-star center of DeAndre Jordan (table of the NBA).
This would have broken up the former Clippers’ star squad once and for all, after Point Guard Chris Paul joined the Houston Rockets at the beginning of the season and recently also traded the five-time All Star Blake Griffin to Detroit.
For Jordan, Vice Champion Jae Crowder, Channing Frye, Iman Shumpert and the first-round pick 2018 would have been L. A. for Jordan. sent.
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But because the Clippers didn’t like Shumpert very much and therefore wanted to include a third team, the deal failed. So the Cavaliers would have even been ready instead of Shumpert J. R. Smith or Tristan Thompson – but the clippers remained stubborn.
Frye and Point Guard Isaiah Thomas, who only came to the Cavaliers in the summer in exchange for Kyrie Irving from East competitor Boston Celtics, were handed over to the Los Angeles Lakers.
James buddy Dwyane Wade went back to the Miami Heat, ex-MVP Derrick Rose and Jae Crowder were shipped to Utah and Shumpert and Joe Johnson landed in Sacramento.