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Warriors, Raptors, and Pacers


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Warriors

Warriors

+1 player ($17.4m) +2 picks,
Cap Impact + $2.0M
  • OG Anunoby
    OG Anunoby
    SF, 6' 7", 0.15 LEBRON
    Shot Creator

    $17.3M

    3yrs

    28
  • draft-pick-player

    2023 - Round 1

    More Favorable Protected
    via BOS
    12
  • draft-pick-player

    2023 - Round 2

    via SAS
    12

+3  Wins

-2.36  MPG

+3.25  Off.

+1.45  Def.

Pacers

Pacers

+2 players ($15.3m),
Cap Impact - $2.6M
  • James Wiseman

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    James Wiseman
    C, -3.27 LEBRON
    Team Option | Post Scorer

    $9.6M

    2yrs

    10
  • Jonathan Kuminga
    Jonathan Kuminga
    SF, 6' 8", -1.28 LEBRON
    Stretch Big

    $5.7M

    3yrs

    10

-4  Wins

+8.96  MPG

-3.53  Off.

-4.29  Def.

Raptors

Raptors

+1 player ($18.0m) +2 picks,
Cap Impact + $642K
  • Myles Turner
    Myles Turner
    C, 6' 11", 3.27 LEBRON
    Stretch Big

    $18.0M

    1yr

    12
  • draft-pick-player

    2023 - Round 1

    via CLE
    12
  • draft-pick-player

    2023 - Round 1

    Least Favorable Protected
    10

+2  Wins

-6.60  MPG

+0.28  Off.

+2.84  Def.

Raptors doing an OG for Turner and 2 picks deal is solid. They have a lot of bigs so it's possible they may not be up for it but possibly.

Warriors give up some young talent but getting OG to help become an elite perimeter defense would be scary. A death lineup with Dray, OG, and Wiggins would be nice. Plus it's insurance for if Wiggins goes elsewhere next year.

Pacers get a starting 5 all 22 or younger. Wiseman, Smith, Kuminga, Mathurin, Haliburton. They'd still have Duarte, Nesmith, Nembhard, Jackson and Terry all young and suddenly they look like they have their lineups to build off of.


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