The Sixers acquire Anthony Bennett, Kevin Martin, and two expiring contracts for Thaddeus Young in part of a mega three-team deal, in our latest “Made Up Trade.”
The Minnesota Timeberwolves are reportedly interested in acquiring Thaddeus Young from the Sixers, if Kevin Love is dealt.
The Sixers are reportedly interested in Dion Waiters, and could be a third team involved in a potential Cavaliers, Timberwolves trade.
Since this has become LeBron’s summer of love we can turn this into a campy double-entendre, with the lights squarely on Kevin Love, who is supposedly LeBron’s 7-foot bridge to bringing the Larry O’Brien Trophy to Cleveland.
With LeBron James announcing he is returning to Cleveland, Vegas has made the Cavaliers favorites to win the NBA championship.
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The bowling, the dancing, the hair, the press conferences and timelines. Just about everything we remember here in Philadelphia about Andrew Bynum has nothing to do with actual basketball on an actual basketball court.
For what seems like no particular reason other than the Cavs continuing to struggle, and the Bulls losing Derrick Rose, the Evan Turner trade engine has been working double time this week.
The Evan Turner trade rumor machine is operating at full speed right now. Yesterday, a suggested trade to the Bulls was making the rounds, now, another midwestern team seems to be a possibility.
Normally, the made-up trade comes on a Wednesday or a Thursday. But with Evan Turner playing well, and trade rumors starting to fly, this one was created because of emergency circumstances.
Cavs center Andrew Bynum says he’ll play in Philadelphia on Friday.
Not surprisingly, Andrew Bynum still has a degenerative knee issue (remember what degenerative means?). Not surprisingly either, it is preventing him from playing basketball.
Meek Mill has “made it” in the music world. Dion Waiters has “made it” in the basketball world. And both are coming back to where they came from, Philadelphia, to show others how to make it too.