The final few days before the deadline and the NBA trade market is picking up steam as the rumor mill buzzes. Here is the latest intel.
Current Heat trade targets include Danilo Gallinari and Jrue Holiday. Heat are considered favorites to land Gallinari.
The Celtics have emerged as a strong contender for Clint Capela via trade.
Despite the Timberwolves strong trade interest in D'Angelo Russell, GS is not committed to executing a trade. Likely would need an overwhelming offer.
One roadblock in Knicks and Warriors Russell trade talks. The Warriors are enamored with Mitchell Robinson.
Knicks trade interest in Drummond is more about Kennard than Drummond himself. Knicks still looking to stock pile assets to flip for an established star.
The Phoenix Suns have also inquired about D'Angelo Russell however the Warriors asking price is high. Knicks might be the only interested team with enough assets to get a deal done.
The Knicks have listened to offers on both Julius Randle and Bobby Portis with preference being to move Portis as trade filler.
The Orlando Magic have strong trade interest in Spencer Dinwiddie, one scenario discussed involved Aaron Gordon to the Nets.
The Magic and Timberwolves are the most interested Dennis Smith Jr trade suitors.
Hawks also showing strong interest in Capela, Rockets aggressively pursuing roster upgrades. Iggy another target with Memphis.
Cavaliers are a possible 3rd team in several trade scenarios discussed. Most Drummond suitors have also expressed some degree of interest in Capela.
For an Andre Drummond trade to get finalized the Pistons are most likely going to have accept either a bad contract or not receiving a 1st round pick. Detroit thus far has insisted on a promising young prospect or 1st round pick.
Andre Drummond trade whispers are picking up. The New York Knicks and Charlotte Hornets the most interested suitors.
The Rockets have been interested in a Kevin Love trade for some time with Clint Capela and draft compensation being dangled.
At Basketball Rehab we pride ourselves on bringing you the latest trade intel. This could be an exciting deadline with several big names being mentioned.
Here is the latest from what we are hearing:
The Ny Knicks continue to monitor the availability of Damian Lillard, D'Angelo Russell and Chris Paul via trade.
New York is more likely to sell with the RJ Barrett injury if it is serious.
The Minnesota Timberwolves are aggressively pursuing D'Angelo Russell via trade. Confirmed through a league executive who has been approached by Minn about Covington trade. D'Angelo Russell trade would likely include Robert Covington and at least two first round picks.
A team with heavy trade interest in Covington, Houston Rockets, maybe the only team that could offer a package that competes with GS. The 76ers and Mavs also have trade interest.
Allen Crabbe was discussed as the centerpiece of Andre Drummond trade prior to being dealt. Detroit still holding out for draft compensation even if in 2nd round.
The Kings and Hornets have both shown previous trade interest in Andre Drummond and we can confirm have followed up with Detroit recently.
Despite early optimism it is looking less likely a Andre Drummond trade will occur before the trade deadline. Thus far interest has been modest at best and the offers underwhelming.
League source confirms advanced trade talks between Phoenix Suns and GS Warriors. Phoenix believes trading for D'Angelo Russell could lead to domino effect.
The Suns believe that a trade for Russell could be a launching pad to being the favorite to trade for Karl Anthony Towns.
Towns is thought to be unhappy with the poor roster construction and lack of direction in Minnesota. A Karl Anthony Towns trade request could be getting closer.
The Miami Heat have strong trade interest in Jrue Holiday and Lamarcus Aldridge.
Kevin Love has trade interest from the Heat, and Trailblazers.
The Orlando Magic have strong trade interest in Demar Derozan.
The LA Lakers have strong trade interest in Davis Bertans.
1. Anadolu Efes Istanbul
2. Real Madrid
3. FC Barcelona
4. Maccabi FOX Tel Aviv
5. CSKA Moscow
6. AX Armani Exchange Milan
7. Panathinaikos OPAP Athens
8. Crvena Zvezda mts Belgrade
9. Khimki Moscow Region
10. Valencia Basket 8-10
11. LDLC ASVEL Villeurbanne
12. Fenerbahce Beko Istanbul
13. Olympiacos Piraeus
14. KIROLBET Baskonia Vitoria-Gasteiz
15. FC Bayern Munich
16. Zalgiris Kaunas
17. ALBA Berlin
18. Zenit St Petersburg
As we said before we posted our NBL league standings, Basketball Rehab prides ourselves on providing our readers and community with as much value as possible.
With that being said here are our 2019-2020 NBA standings. We will be keeping these updated here as well.
1. Milwaukee Bucks
34 Wins 6 losses
2 Miami Heat
27 wins 11 losses
3. Boston Celtics
25 wins 11 losses
4. Toronto Raptors
25 wins 13 losses
5. Philadelphia 76ers
25 wins 14 losses
6. Indiana Pacers
24 wins 15 losses
7. Orlando Magic
18 wins 21 losses
8. Brooklyn Nets
17 wins 20 losses
15 Wins 26 losses
14 wins 25 losses
13 wins 25 losses
13 wins 26 losses
11 wins 27 losses
New York Knicks
10 wins 27 losses
8 wins 31 losses
1. Los Angeles Lakers
2. Denver Nuggets
3. Utah Jazz
4. Houston Rockets
5. LA Clippers
6. Dallas Mavericks
7. Oklahoma City Thunder
8. Memphis Grizzlies
San Antonio Spurs
Portland Trail Blazers
New Orleans Pelicans
Golden State Warriors
At Basketball Rehab we pride ourselves on providing the best resource of basketball statistics, data, injury insight, news, rumors and more. We will now be providing coverage of National Basketball League or NBL, CBA and NBA standings updated regularly.
We will be focused on bringing you us a much future value in other ways as well. Thank you for being a part of our commmunity.
NBL League Standings:
Sydney 14 Wins 6 Losses
Perth 13 Wins 8 Losses
Cairns12 Wins 9 Losses
Melbourne 11 Wins 9 Losses
Adelaide 10 Wins 11 Losses
New Zealand 9 Wins 11 Losses
Brisbane 9 Wins 11 Losses
Phoenix 8 Wins 11 Losses
Illawarra 5 Wins 15 Losses
This summer Anthony Davis will be a free agent again having already declined a 4 year max extension from the LA Lakers. Davis is said to want to explore his options and will meet with several teams. The Chicago Bulls, New York Knicks and Miami Heat are his top 3 potential suitors. Our intel says the Knicks and Heat both very much interest Davis and signing with them is a strong possibility.
The Knicks would need to fix their PG problem before a meeting would likely be agreed to. Miami needs to clear cap space with limited assets. Chicago is Anthony Davis hometown and playing there alongside Zach Lavine does hold appeal.
The race has started to land Anthony Davis. Can the Lakers keep him?
Anthony Davis had a scary fall the other night. After some fears of a more serious injury there was relief at the Lakers locker room. Davis has a bruised sacrum which is the bone directly above the tailbone. The sacrum is the focal point and stabilizer for the hips and assists with range of motion.
Typical recovery time is 3-4 weeks. Anthony Davis and the Lakers dodged a bullet.
NBA Trade season is in full force with several big names in trade talks. Danillo Gallinari, Chris Paul, Kevin Love and Andre Drummond among the names that could be on the move.
We here at Basketball Rehab have all the latest intel.
Dion Waiters has a limited trade market. Teams are insisting on being paid to take him on.
D’Angelo Russell has several interested teams.
The Miami Heat, Chicago Bulls and New York Knicks are among the most interested suitors.
Kevin Love has trade interest from the Rockets, Heat and Lakers
The Orlando Magic are the most interested trade suitor in Demar Derozan
Andre Drummond has trade interest from the Atlanta Hawks, New York Knicks and LA Lakers
Chris Paul has trade interest from the Miami Heat and New York Knicks
Dewayne Dedmon has requested a trade from the Sacramento Kings. The Celtcs, Hawks both have interest.
The Milwaukee Bucks, New York Knicks are the most interested CJ McCollum trade suitors.
We here at Basketball Rehab have spoken to a trusted league source there are fears that Lebron James groin injury contains a partial muscle tear or a grade 2 strain. This would sideline James for up to two months. A MRI is scheduled to determine the severity. A grade 1 strain for Lebron would reduce the recovery time to 2-3 weeks. We also are told that the injury was caused by slipping on the court trying to get into position for a selfie with Kevin Hart and not a knee to the groin as was reported elsewhere.
Lebron James has a grade 1 strain so the good news is no tearing.
This far out is a bit more speculative but we are projecting most of the 2022 draft to stay in and combining that with the top prospects in the 2023 draft. This 2023 NBA Mock Draft is an estimate of the best 25 NBA prospects that will be available. We are higher than most on Scottie Pippen Jr and Jeron Artest. The son's of NBA legends Scottie Pippen and Ron Artest. We have both with a mid first round grade and project them as NBA starters.
2023 NBA Mock Draft
1 Caleb Houstan
SF - HT: 6-8 - WT: 170 - WING: NA - FROM: Ontario, Canada (Montverde) - HSso. -
2 Jarace Walker
SG - HT: 6-6 - WT: 210 - WING: NA - FROM: New Freedom, PA (IMG) - HSso.
3 Eric Dailey Jr.
SF - HT: 6-6 - WT: 214 - WING: NA - FROM: Tampa, FL (IMG)- HSso. -
4 Dior Johnson
PG - HT: 6-1 - WT: NA - WING: NA - FROM: Saugerties, NY (Findley Prep) - HSso. -
5 Brandon Huntley-Hatfield
PF - HT: 6-9 - WT: 224 - WING: NA - FROM: Clarksville, TN (IMG)
6 Victor Wembanyama
C - HT: 7-1 - WT: NA - WING: NA - FROM: France - Int.04
7 Dariq Whitehead
SF - HT: 6-4 1/2- WT: 196 - WING: 6-9 - FROM: Newark, NJ (Montverde) - HSso. -
8 Charles Bediako
C - HT: 6-11 - WT: 220 - WING: NA - FROM: Brampton, ONT (Canada) - HSjr. -
9 Keyonte George
SG - HT: 6-5 - WT: 180 - WING: NA - FROM: Lewisville, TX - HSso. - ▲
10 Chris Livingston
SF - HT: 6-4 1/2- WT: 190 - WING: 6-11 - FROM: Akron, OH (Buchtel) - HSso. -
11 Amari Bailey
SG - HT: 6-4 - WT: 185 - WING: NA - FROM: Chicago, IL (Sierra Canyon) - HSso. -
12 Skyy Clark
PG - HT: 6-2 - WT: 190 - WING: NA - FROM: Los Angles, CA
13 Kijani Wright
SF - HT: 6-7 - WT: 205 - WING: NA - FROM: Los Angles, CA (Windward) - HSso. -
14 Marquise Rice
SF - HT: 6-5 - WT: 210 - WING: NA - FROM: Durham, NC - HSso. -
15 Vincent Iwuchukwu
C - HT: 6-10 - WT: 200 - WING: NA - FROM: San Antonio, TX - HSso.
16. Scottie Pippen Jr PG - HT: 6-1 - WT: 165 - WING: NA - FROM: Vanderbilt - HSsr.
17. Jeron Artest PG - HT: 6-2 - WT: 175 - WING: NA - FROM: UC Irvine - Fr.
18. Trayce Jackson-Davis
PF - HT: 6-9 - WT: 235 - WING: 7-0 - FROM: Indiana - Fr.
19. Khristian Lander
PG - HT: 6-2 - WT: 169 - WING: 6-5 1/2 - FROM: Evansville, IN - HSsr.
20. Adam Miller
PG - HT: 6-4 - WT: 175 - WING: NA - FROM: Chicago, IL - HSsr.
21. Keon Edwards
SG - HT: 6-7 - WT: 180 - WING: NA - FROM: Phoenix, AZ - HSjr.
22. Walker Kessler
C - HT: 6-11 - WT: 220 - WING: NA - FROM: UNC - HSsr.
23. Kai Jones
PF - HT: 6-10 - WT: 205 - WING: NA - FROM: Texas (Bahamas) - Fr.
24 Daishen Nix
PG - HT: 6-4 - WT: 190 - WING: NA - FROM: UCLA - HSsr.
25 Marcus Bagley
SF - HT: 6-7 - WT: 220 - WING: NA - FROM: Arizona State - HSsr.