+ 0 Wins
It seems like Ben Simmons wants to play with either
Or maybe with the Cavs,
So I think that the Kings, considering he isnt a superstar and has limited teams needs to be fine for Ben to go to, it is in California. In this trade, the Kings would add on to their D. Despite drafting Davion Mitchell, there is 100 precent needs to be work on that end, and adding Ben does that. However, it isnt going to be cheap, the 76ers have had laughable ridicules offers, so if they would want to get him and keep Davion Mitchell, Tyreese Haliburton, AND DeA'rron Fox, then it'll cost 2+ unprotected firsts. O believe that they do this in order to get their D back and potentially in the playoffs.
76ers: Their relationship with Ben Simmons is BAD. It seems like he won't report to training camp or whatever I saw, and it's clear that they trade him because keeping him would cause locker room bad stuff. Being able to get Beal would be the pipe dream, however, the Wizards aren't going to let them have it for like free, and the Kings aren't going to wildly overpay for Ben, therefore they'd need to add additional assets. It's defnitiley a lot, basically 3 firsts, Ben, Maxey for Beal, but imagine a Beal-Harris-Embiid big three, thats a legit championship squad. It's a lot, but Beal is the only star on the trade market, Dame is staying for now.
Wizards: Beal considering to ask out means they need to trade him, after trading Russ, they arent a win-now team. Adding Bagley, former 2nd pick, 2 high value KINGS firsts, therefore will be good, Maxey a high potential player who did well in summer league, and in addition some more unprotected picks should make them think about doing this.