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FOR ANOTHER USER what it'd cost the pacers at least to get Jaylen Brown


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Celtics

Celtics

+3 players ($64.2m) +1 pick,
Cap Impact + $4K
  • Myles Turner
    Myles Turner
    C, 6' 11", 1.68 LEBRON
    Stretch Big

    $17.5M

    2yrs

    12
  • Malcolm Brogdon
    Malcolm Brogdon
    PG, 6' 5", 1.32 LEBRON
    Primary Ball Handler

    $21.7M

    2yrs

    12
  • draft-pick-player

    2021 - Round 1

    #13
    12
  • Roster Moves
  • DeMar DeRozan

    ST

    DeMar DeRozan
    PF, 6' 6", 1.38 LEBRON
    Sign & Trade, Shot Creator

    $24.9M

    3yrs

    27
  • Notes

    Sign-And-Trade DeMar DeRozan for a 3 year contract worth $74.9M.

+5  Wins

-5.16  MPG

+6.25  Off.

-1.92  Def.

Hornets

Hornets

+1 player ($9.7m) +1 pick,
Cap Impact + $9.7M
  • Tristan Thompson
    Tristan Thompson
    PF, 6' 9", 0.04 LEBRON
    Roll + Cut Big

    $9.7M

    1yr

    2
  • draft-pick-player

    2021 - Round 2

    via Milwaukee
    #54
    12

+2  Wins

+23.83  MPG

-1.34  Off.

+1.39  Def.

Pacers

Pacers

+2 players ($24.8m),
Cap Impact - $11.7M
  • Jaylen Brown
    Jaylen Brown
    SG, 6' 6", 0.23 LEBRON
    Movement Shooter

    $24.8M

    3yrs

    2
  • Grant Williams

    TO

    Grant Williams
    PF, 6' 6", -1.59 LEBRON
    Team Option, Stretch Big

    $2.6M

    2yrs

    2

-4  Wins

-12.89  MPG

-2.04  Off.

-2.32  Def.

Spurs

Spurs

+1 player ($27.0m) +1 pick,
Cap Impact + $2.0M
  • Al Horford
    Al Horford
    C, 6' 9", 1.37 LEBRON
    Versatile Big

    $27.0M

    2yrs

    2
  • draft-pick-player

    2024 - Round 1

    Top 10 Protected
    12

-3  Wins

-5.78  MPG

-2.87  Off.

+2.85  Def.

THE CELTICS PROBABLY DONT DO THIS BROWN IS INPORTANT TO THEM AND I DONT THINK TH FRONT OFFICE IS WILLING TO DO IT

PACERS: The Pacers offered Brogdon and a future FRP for Simmons, and because your first offer is never your last offer, they would have given another FRP for Simmons. Basically, would they rather have Simmons, 13, Turner and 54, or Jaylen, Grant and a FRP? For me, it's defintley Jaylen. Adding Brown gets them another forward who can defend, score, pass, and rebound, and a great all-around scorer. Simmons does solve the Pacers defensive problems, but he makes their shooting worse with having 0 spacing, the only good shooter being Warren and that would create a nightmare on that end, and solve their point guard problems. However, Brown gets them another scorer in addition with Levert, and Sabonis. Also, this gets them a lineup that fits better, which should be important and Simmons chocked, not Brown.

HORNETS: Thompson would be a solid backup 5, and in addition they'd get a pick in this draft, and it's a really, really, really deep draft so they'd do this. They could also decide if they want to extend him or not.

SPURS: The Spurs do this because they could lose Demar for nothing, or get a FRP for it. They'd agree to a buyout with Horford

CELTICS: I'm not saying they should do it, or will do it, in fact I said that it's for a user and they probably don't do it. However, if they do it, then they would get the 13th pick in a great draft, they interviewed many players that should go in the 13ish range. Also, they'd fix their 5 problem with getting Turner, and getting rid of their 2 fives and getting Brogdon who could be a point guard if Smart is injured as they have basically nobody besides Pritchard, who is a shooter, or Langford who can play a tiny bit of point guard but should be a emergency point guard.

They'd have Smart-Brogdon-Demar-Tatum-Turner

Pritchard-Langford-Nesmith-a 4-Timelord as their next backup 5

They would target a 4 in the draft, probably like Kai Jones or Moses Moody in the draft.


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