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All teams win


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Pelicans

Pelicans

+1 player ($0),
Cap Impact - $5.5M
  • Lonnie Walker IV

    TO

    Lonnie Walker IV
    SG, 6' 4", -3.47 LEBRON
    Team Option, Movement Shooter

    $4.4M

    1yr

    27

-3  Wins

+2.83  MPG

-0.64  Off.

-2.18  Def.

Cavaliers

Cavaliers

+3 players ($30.7m),
Cap Impact - $574K
  • Al-Farouq Aminu

    PO

    Al-Farouq Aminu
    SF, 6' 8", -0.72 LEBRON
    Player Option, Stretch Big

    $10.1M

    1yr

    27
  • Jeremy Lamb
    Jeremy Lamb
    SG, 6' 5", -0.55 LEBRON
    Secondary Ball Handler

    $10.5M

    1yr

    12
  • Tomas Satoransky
    Tomas Satoransky
    SG, 6' 7", -0.66 LEBRON
    Primary Ball Handler

    $10.0M

    1yr

    19

+1  Wins

+37.77  MPG

-3.80  Off.

-0.09  Def.

Pacers

Pacers

+1 player ($14.2m),
Cap Impact + $591K
  • Thaddeus Young
    Thaddeus Young
    PF, 6' 8", 0.91 LEBRON
    Post Scorer

    $14.1M

    1yr

    27

+1  Wins

-9.42  MPG

+1.77  Off.

-1.42  Def.

Spurs

Spurs

+2 players ($34.4m) +4 picks,
Cap Impact + $5.5M
  • Goga Bitadze

    TO

    Goga Bitadze
    C, 6' 11", 1.11 LEBRON
    Team Option, Stretch Big

    $3.0M

    2yrs

    12
  • Kevin Love
    Kevin Love
    PF, 6' 8", 1.95 LEBRON
    Versatile Big

    $31.2M

    2yrs

    6
  • draft-pick-player

    2022 - Round 2

    via SAS
    6
  • draft-pick-player

    2023 - Round 2

    via GSW
    6
  • draft-pick-player

    2026 - Round 2

    via LAL
    6
  • draft-pick-player

    2023 - Round 2

    via SAS
    12

+ 0  Wins

-31.18  MPG

+2.67  Off.

+3.69  Def.

Pacers get a 4/5 they're familiar with who can play big time minutes down the stretch. They give up a talented young center who they don't seem too fond of. It's clear they're trying to compete now and this makes them better while keeping them below the luxury tax.

The Cavs dump Love for 3 different contracts. All 3 could potentially play this year and increase their value to be dumped at the deadline for the 2nds they gave up.

The Pels get another pure scorer in Lonnie and clear up their rotation a little. Sato offered an option a pg but with Kira and Graham I think he was going to be playing backup 2/3 anyway. Lonnie can come off the bench and if he plays well he's restricted. Gives the clear starting spot to NAW.

The Spurs get a pretty solid return for an expiring deal. A ton of 2nds as well as another young center and Love. A few hidden benefits of this are that Poeltl could become expendable and he could potentially draw in a late 1st. Love being on 2 years would allow him to play for a coach he respects and if goes well get moved during the off season or bought out.


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