Rookie most likely dealt before the deadline?
It's very understood that the Wizards brought Bradley Beal in to pair up with Wall, to form a backcourt duo to last for years to come in D.C. I believe many of you will disagree with me but I think the Wiz should look to move Beal before the deadline. Right now Jordan Crawford brings more to the table as a starter and we all seen what he is capable of next to Wall. It may be a bit early to write Beal off because he has not played with Wall yet, but I think this is something that should be considered.
Which Rookie do you most likely see being dealt?
I think that Beal will be perfect with Wall.. There isnt anyone on the team that draws attention like Wall does.. When he returns, Beal is only going to be better.. Also, I see Crawford as a 6th man. I havent seen him much but from what I have, he looks like a chucker..
If I had to pick a rookie to be dealt, it would be a team that is trying to make a push at the playoffs or finals.. PJ3, Terence Jones, Tony Wroten, or Arnette Moultorie
There may be free agents traded but I don't see any rookie being moved unless they are part of a bigger deal and have to be included for a much better player.
i would say maybe terrence ross, dosnt seem like hes helping the raptors too much and tony wroton is awesome..i would love to see him somewhere else..i feel like chicago wouldve been a good fit for him to get some time before rose comes back
Coach Thibs would never play Wroten. He's too wild, erratic and undisciplined.
Chicago doesn't have any realistic trade options that Toronto would give up Ross for. Their players are either too valuable or not good enough for Toronto to give up Ross.
I would like to see Tony Wroten dealt as well because he really doesn't fit in with the Grizzlies, they have a deep backcourt.
I can't think of too many teams who would actually need a player like Wroten.
Beal has been playing really well save for the last game vs Miami. The only time rookie really get traded is in a James Harden situation where a star or potential star is made available (Favors two years ago also).
My best guess is Marquis Teague.
He has very little value. If he were to be dealt he'd have to be throw in in a larger deal.
I dont' really see any rookie getting moved. OKC have Lamb and Perry Jones. They need to win it all now, rather than wait a few years for them to develop so they may trade for a veteran. Having said that I think they are happy with their rookies. PJ3 can learn from Durant and Lamb can be groomed slowly behind martin and sefalosha. Kevin Martin is a bit injury prone so I can see Lamb getting a good run later in the season...
Jeremy Lamb? Thunder have 2 shooting guards before him.
Bradley Beal is David Wesley 2.0
The most idiotic thread coupled with the most idiotic comparison. Does any realize Beal is not even old enough to buy a 40 oz??? Beal is already much better defensively and athletically not to mention better rebounder than Wesley ever was he has put together sporadic 3 to 4 game stretches of about 15 pts let Wall come back and let then play for atleast a year...
Bradley Beal has been getting starter minutes since the beginning he turned pro. Why do I have to wait a whole year to give my opinion on him ? I saw him plenty in college as well. The majority of his offense is him standing around behind the 3 point line or rushing shots. He might look very passive, but I think thats his game, a limited offensive spot up shooter. Defensively isn't anything special either I've seen from him.
Who has been penetrating and kicking him the ball? The immaculte AJ Price! Dump it in the post you say? To okafor and Trevor booker? Sounds like a guaranteed bucket! How bout swinging it to the corner for 3? to the sharpshooter Trevor ariza! In all actuality his points come from pin down screens, straight lines drives, and transition his 3 has been inconsistent at best
I didn't say he is a bad player. I think he is going to be alright. I do believe he is a better version of David Wesley and will be a consistent 15-17ppg player in the league.
It is too early, most young players need a least 2 years before you see what they can do. Big men tend to take longer. I think the only way you trade a rookie is if the deal is about getting a solid piece back from another team. The trade would never be built on the rookie.
I was critiquing his game alone, not the team as a whole. My opinion would be the same about him on another team likely.
His teammates obviously affect his play grow a pair and argue stop trying be all diplomatic
wow yep trade beal genuis wow smh
Looking back on the search is too much a hassle, but I have been on him since before the draft. I even started a thread not too too long ago asking if people still think he is going to be best Sg coming out the draft still.
I love this thread. Full of random ideas and hate. Pretty much sums up this forum. Oh and Basketball. Can't forget basketball.
Although I don't think any 1st round rookies will be traded, Thomas Robinson doesn't seem to fit the with the Kings and could be included in a trade package if Tyreke Evans is ever traded this season.