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NBA Trade Deadline 2017: Best-Case Trade Scenarios for Every Team quoting : Bleacher Report

referring to 1 of 31Ron Elkman/Sports Imagery/Getty ImagesThe Feb. 23 trade deadline won’t treat every NBA team well.
We’re playing a different game here, one where every team gets its best shot at its best bet.
Yes, each individual trade still has to conform to cap restrictions and must be reasonable for all sides involved.
A handful will emerge as winners, strengthening their positions for either rebuilds or runs deep into the 2017 postseason.
Others will get suckered into disadvantageous deals—one already has (cough, Sacramento Kings, cough).

NBA Trade Deadline 2017: Best-Case Trade Scenarios for Every Team

As it stated in Perhaps this one exec will be proven right within the next 30 hours; if not, well, then it’s business as usual for the NBA trade deadline.
NBA trade deadline talk may just be a deluge of baseless rumors about stuff that will never happen, but damn if it isn’t fun to discuss.
So in any event, it’s more than reasonable to cover what one NBA executive reportedly believes about the Celtics’ plans for the trade deadline.
By Matt Dolloff, CBS BostonBOSTON (CBS) — No professional sports league has a ratio of trade rumors to actual trades that’s anywhere near the NBA.
ESPN’s Marc Stein, one of the most plugged-in NBA writers on the planet, spoke on his colleague Zach Lowe’s podcast about the rampant trade rumors surrounding the Celtics and other teams ahead of the NBA trade deadline.

As it stated in

NBA Trade Rumors: Top Buzz on Andre Drummond, More as 2017 Deadline Approaches

Here are some other names who could find themselves packing their bags before the NBA trade deadline hits on Thursday at 3 p.m.
Andre DrummondMarc Stein of ESPN reported that the door could be open for the Detroit Pistons to trade center Andre Drummond.
Second, if you look around the NBA, what playoff-contending team has a clear need for a center at the moment?
Detroit is in a limbo that no team wants to find itself in the current NBA landscape.
He has averaged 22 points per game in February and is shooting just over 34 percent from the three-point line.

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