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Re: Mock Trade Dealine
« Reply #45 on: January 25, 2018, 07:52:49 PM »

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Do we use this thread as a trade block, or just pursue through PM?

You can post who is on your trade block on here.
Awesome.

Listening to offers on everyone, but Gortat, Beal and Scott are on the block

Not starting yet! I'll announce when we are starting. Don't want anyone who hasn't claimed a team to be at a disadvantage.
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Re: Mock Trade Dealine
« Reply #46 on: January 25, 2018, 07:55:38 PM »

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I'll take the Kings. 

Re: Mock Trade Dealine
« Reply #47 on: January 25, 2018, 07:59:15 PM »

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13 left! Still some interesting teams out there. Look at the OP for the list.

Re: Mock Trade Dealine
« Reply #48 on: January 25, 2018, 08:42:00 PM »

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Re: Mock Trade Dealine
« Reply #49 on: January 25, 2018, 08:42:18 PM »

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This sounds interesting.....lets try  Denver?
2018 NBA Mock Trade Deadline: Nuggets
PG: Murray, Mudiay, Monte Morris
SG: Harris, Barton, Malik Beasley
SF: Barnes, MKG,Torrey Craig, Jefferson
PF: Millsap, Lyles, Juan Hernangomez, Tyler Lydon
C: Jokic, Mason Plumlee
 2nd GS, 2018 2nd POR, 2019 2nd WAS

Re: Mock Trade Dealine
« Reply #50 on: January 25, 2018, 08:42:59 PM »

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QUESTION.

What happens if say, for example, whoever has Golden State offers to trade Nick Young to the Knicks for Kyle O'Quinn, and it's posted here, but then another DIFFERENT trade emerges (either two team trade or three-teamer) with Nick Young involved in the trade as well/again (from Golden State to another team). Then what happens? Is that allowed  ???

(Again that's not an actual proposal, just an example for my question^)
2018 Mock Trade Deadline (New York Knicks)

Roster: Porzingis, Kanter, Hardaway Jr, Julius Randle, Schroder, Beasley, Alex Abrines, Jarrett Jack, Frank Ntilikina, Lance Thomas, Kyle Singler, Josh Huestis, Ron Baker, Trey Burke, Luke Kornet, Isaiah Hicks

Future Draft Picks: https://www.prosportstransactions.com/basketball/DraftTrades/Future/Knick

Re: Mock Trade Dealine
« Reply #51 on: January 25, 2018, 08:49:12 PM »

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QUESTION.

What happens if say, for example, whoever has Golden State offers to trade Nick Young to the Knicks for Kyle O'Quinn, and it's posted here, but then another trade emerges (either two team trade or three-teamer) with Nick Young involved in the trade (from Golden State to another team). Then what happens? Is that allowed  ???

(Again that's not an actual proposal, just an example for my question^)

I got you. Any TRADE ANNOUNCEMENT is final.

You could, for instance, do a TRADE RUMOR if you were looking for a third team to finish the trade. The problem with trade rumors is, of course, your trade partner may then get better offers than what you were offering, and you may miss out on other deals while you were trying to complete that one.

Also, the only way you can trade a player who you just acquired in a trade is if you were under the cap when you acquired them. Otherwise, it wouldn't be allowed under the CBA (again, saltlover, correct me if I'm wrong).

Re: Mock Trade Dealine
« Reply #52 on: January 25, 2018, 08:50:07 PM »

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11 teams left!

Re: Mock Trade Dealine
« Reply #53 on: January 25, 2018, 08:51:18 PM »

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QUESTION.

What happens if say, for example, whoever has Golden State offers to trade Nick Young to the Knicks for Kyle O'Quinn, and it's posted here, but then another trade emerges (either two team trade or three-teamer) with Nick Young involved in the trade (from Golden State to another team). Then what happens? Is that allowed  ???

(Again that's not an actual proposal, just an example for my question^)

I got you. Any TRADE ANNOUNCEMENT is final.

You could, for instance, do a TRADE RUMOR if you were looking for a third team to finish the trade. The problem with trade rumors is, of course, your trade partner may then get better offers than what you were offering, and you may miss out on other deals while you were trying to complete that one.

Also, the only way you can trade a player who you just acquired in a trade is if you were under the cap when you acquired them. Otherwise, it wouldn't be allowed under the CBA (again, saltlover, correct me if I'm wrong).

Ah okay, I get that. So basically if (in that example) Nick Young was traded, then it's illegal (not allowed) for the Golden State GM to deal Nick Young in another deal?
2018 Mock Trade Deadline (New York Knicks)

Roster: Porzingis, Kanter, Hardaway Jr, Julius Randle, Schroder, Beasley, Alex Abrines, Jarrett Jack, Frank Ntilikina, Lance Thomas, Kyle Singler, Josh Huestis, Ron Baker, Trey Burke, Luke Kornet, Isaiah Hicks

Future Draft Picks: https://www.prosportstransactions.com/basketball/DraftTrades/Future/Knick

Re: Mock Trade Dealine
« Reply #54 on: January 25, 2018, 08:54:18 PM »

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QUESTION.

What happens if say, for example, whoever has Golden State offers to trade Nick Young to the Knicks for Kyle O'Quinn, and it's posted here, but then another trade emerges (either two team trade or three-teamer) with Nick Young involved in the trade (from Golden State to another team). Then what happens? Is that allowed  ???

(Again that's not an actual proposal, just an example for my question^)

I got you. Any TRADE ANNOUNCEMENT is final.

You could, for instance, do a TRADE RUMOR if you were looking for a third team to finish the trade. The problem with trade rumors is, of course, your trade partner may then get better offers than what you were offering, and you may miss out on other deals while you were trying to complete that one.

Also, the only way you can trade a player who you just acquired in a trade is if you were under the cap when you acquired them. Otherwise, it wouldn't be allowed under the CBA (again, saltlover, correct me if I'm wrong).

Ah okay, I get that. So basically if (in that example) Nick Young was traded, then it's illegal (not allowed) for the Golden State GM to deal Nick Young in another deal?

Correct. A trade announced is a done deal and the rosters in your profile signature should be updated accordingly.

Re: Mock Trade Dealine
« Reply #55 on: January 25, 2018, 08:58:17 PM »

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QUESTION.

What happens if say, for example, whoever has Golden State offers to trade Nick Young to the Knicks for Kyle O'Quinn, and it's posted here, but then another trade emerges (either two team trade or three-teamer) with Nick Young involved in the trade (from Golden State to another team). Then what happens? Is that allowed  ???

(Again that's not an actual proposal, just an example for my question^)

I got you. Any TRADE ANNOUNCEMENT is final.

You could, for instance, do a TRADE RUMOR if you were looking for a third team to finish the trade. The problem with trade rumors is, of course, your trade partner may then get better offers than what you were offering, and you may miss out on other deals while you were trying to complete that one.

Also, the only way you can trade a player who you just acquired in a trade is if you were under the cap when you acquired them. Otherwise, it wouldn't be allowed under the CBA (again, saltlover, correct me if I'm wrong).

Ah okay, I get that. So basically if (in that example) Nick Young was traded, then it's illegal (not allowed) for the Golden State GM to deal Nick Young in another deal?

Correct. A trade announced is a done deal and the rosters in your profile signature should be updated accordingly.

OH my bad I didn't read your entire OP I guess, I didn't know we had to put our rosters in the profile signature lol. I guess that makes everything easier to track.
2018 Mock Trade Deadline (New York Knicks)

Roster: Porzingis, Kanter, Hardaway Jr, Julius Randle, Schroder, Beasley, Alex Abrines, Jarrett Jack, Frank Ntilikina, Lance Thomas, Kyle Singler, Josh Huestis, Ron Baker, Trey Burke, Luke Kornet, Isaiah Hicks

Future Draft Picks: https://www.prosportstransactions.com/basketball/DraftTrades/Future/Knick

Re: Mock Trade Dealine
« Reply #56 on: January 25, 2018, 09:15:17 PM »

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I'll start entertaining people who want to GM two teams. If you do, you obviously are not allowed to trade players from one team to another.

I will also take the Nets.

Re: Mock Trade Dealine
« Reply #57 on: January 25, 2018, 09:39:55 PM »

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QUESTION.

What happens if say, for example, whoever has Golden State offers to trade Nick Young to the Knicks for Kyle O'Quinn, and it's posted here, but then another trade emerges (either two team trade or three-teamer) with Nick Young involved in the trade (from Golden State to another team). Then what happens? Is that allowed  ???

(Again that's not an actual proposal, just an example for my question^)

I got you. Any TRADE ANNOUNCEMENT is final.

You could, for instance, do a TRADE RUMOR if you were looking for a third team to finish the trade. The problem with trade rumors is, of course, your trade partner may then get better offers than what you were offering, and you may miss out on other deals while you were trying to complete that one.

Also, the only way you can trade a player who you just acquired in a trade is if you were under the cap when you acquired them. Otherwise, it wouldn't be allowed under the CBA (again, saltlover, correct me if I'm wrong).

The player could be traded again if youíre over the cap.  His salary just canít be added to other players to take on something bigger.

That said, in the NBA there is a functional waiting period of a couple days between when players are traded due to NBA teams rarely waiving physicals.  So you might want to consider having a day or so period before slowing the degrading of a newly acquired player.
2018 Mock Trade Deadline:

Pelicans: Davis, Holiday, Vucevic, Rondo, Clarkson, Nance, Hart, Moore, Ilyasova, Ajinca, Hill, Miller, Jackson, Dotson, Dakari Johnson

Warriors:  KD, Steph, Klay, Draymomd, Iggy, Zaza, Young, Livingston, McGee, West, McCaw, Jones, Casspi, Jones, Looney

Google for picks.

Re: Mock Trade Dealine
« Reply #58 on: January 25, 2018, 09:41:27 PM »

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QUESTION.

What happens if say, for example, whoever has Golden State offers to trade Nick Young to the Knicks for Kyle O'Quinn, and it's posted here, but then another trade emerges (either two team trade or three-teamer) with Nick Young involved in the trade (from Golden State to another team). Then what happens? Is that allowed  ???

(Again that's not an actual proposal, just an example for my question^)

I got you. Any TRADE ANNOUNCEMENT is final.

You could, for instance, do a TRADE RUMOR if you were looking for a third team to finish the trade. The problem with trade rumors is, of course, your trade partner may then get better offers than what you were offering, and you may miss out on other deals while you were trying to complete that one.

Also, the only way you can trade a player who you just acquired in a trade is if you were under the cap when you acquired them. Otherwise, it wouldn't be allowed under the CBA (again, saltlover, correct me if I'm wrong).

The player could be traded again if youíre over the cap.  His salary just canít be added to other players to take on something bigger.

That said, in the NBA there is a functional waiting period of a couple days between when players are traded due to NBA teams rarely waiving physicals.  So you might want to consider having a day or so period before slowing the degrading of a newly acquired player.

Thank-you. Let's just make it this:

You cannot trade a player you acquired during this mock trade deadline. If you don't want him, you better work a 3-team deal.

Re: Mock Trade Dealine
« Reply #59 on: January 25, 2018, 09:43:34 PM »

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Ill take the TWolves. Thanks for doing this!
CB Mock Deadline - Minnesota Timberwolves
Kemba Walker / Tyus Jones / Aaron Brooks
Jimmy Butler / Jamal Crawford / Treveon Graham
Rodney Hood / Nic Batum / Marcus Georges Hunt
Taj Gibson / Nemanja Bjelica / Jonas Jerebko
KAT / Derrick Favors / Cole Aldrich
Picks - 2018 CHA 1st (Lotto protected), none out