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Point Guard Rumors: Brogdon, Knicks, Wizards, Morris and Murray

Point Guard Rumors: Brogdon, Knicks, Wizards, Morris and Murray

although processors and the nicks They are the two teams who frequently discussed a possibility Malcolm Brogdon trade with PacersPeople across the league are skeptical that either team would include a 2022 lottery pick in a package for Brogdon, he says. Jake Fisher from the Bleacher Report.

If the league officials are right, it means that the Brogdon trade may eventually look like Portland Deal for Jeramy Grant. The Trail Blazers are giving up future picks (and a 2022 second-round swap) for Grant, but they don’t include this year’s No. 7 overall pick. The Wizards and Knicks pick 10th and 11th places respectively, and will likely try to maintain those picks as they pursue Brogdon.

According to Fisher, the mages were open to discussion Kyle Kuzma And the Kentavius ​​Caldwell Pop In trade talks, while Nix explored trade options that include Alec BurksAnd the Nerlence NoelAnd the Evan FournierAnd the Kimba WalkerAnd the Cam Reddish.

Here are some other point guard market rumors:

  • with the processors It is widely believed that he is looking for a deal for a veteran point guard, one potential target worth pursuing is nuggets Protect Monte MorrisAccording to Josh Robbins and David Aldridge of Athletic (Twitter link).
  • respond to Rumors Around Dignity MurrayPotential Availability, Chris Fedor from Cleveland.com Tweets that Cavaliers Have a conversation with Tottenham About Murray dating back to the February trade deadline.
  • Besides Brogdon, Morris, and Murray, some of the other point guards believed to be available via off-season trade include Mike Conley subordinate JazzAnd the Terry Roser subordinate HornetsAnd the Graham Defonte subordinate swansAnd the D’Angelo Russell subordinate Timberwolvesto me Fisher.
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