NBA Dunks: NBA Trades needed to make

The NBA trade deadline arrives on February 9 – which is the final stretch in this final week of the NBA trade period will potentially give us interesting trades that could solve specific teams’ respective issues. You may visit us for more nba dunks trade news here!

With there so much parity lingering a lot in the league this season, this trade deadline will be tough for some teams to make an assumption on whether they are completely on a tanking period, out of postseason race, or still clinging from the chance of making the spot to compete. For upcoming coverage of nba skills challenge winners here!

Here’s our latest assessment of which NBA trades must happen before the February 9 deadline.

Jae Crowder to Milwaukee Bucks

According to various sources, the Suns gave the Bucks permission to have a conversation with Jae Crowder as the two sides already met over the weekend. Some reports also revealed the parameters of a deal between Suns and Bucks for acquiring Crowder. The proposal is Crowder for the Milwaukee Bucks in exchange for Jordan Nwora, Serge Ibaka, George Hill, and second-round compensation. Giving up these set of players is kind of a good deal if it happens. However, giving away Jordan Nwora is quite a promising young player, but Bucks is vying for another title – so giving up Nwora for Crowder (who is a relatively reliable and experienced veteran) could create an immediate impact for the team. 

Caris Levert – Hardaway Jr. swap.

There are a lot of rumors that the Dallas Mavericks have been fielding offers for their wings in an effort to do an upgrade and provide some changes and help for their star Luka Doncic. Dallas is eyeing to use Tim Hardaway Jr. to have a deep conversation with the Cleveland Cavaliers to get the service of Caris LeVert.

There are also reports that Dallas might consider shed salary instead of looking for upgrades through trades. However, this might create some trust damage on the side of their star Luka Doncic who is currently showing his frustrations after suffering a series of defeats despite producing astronomical numbers. 

Malik Beasley to Pelicans

Currently, the Utah Jazz was somehow in the middle of the pact and looking to end their great run in the midseason, with announcing that they are likely to move some of their players including Beasley, Clarkson, Conley, and Gay. This is possibly a great move for Jazz to make in order to build chemistry and provide a much tougher competitive mindset next season with their stars in Lauri Markkanen and Collin Sexton. 

It is very timely that the Pelicans showed their interest in the veteran shooting guard Malik Beasley  who is currently averaging an efficient 13.6 points while shooting 36.2% from deep on 8.6 attempts per game and opening their talks for Jaxson Hayes and Devonte Graham. According to many reports, the major reason for making these two players available is that the Pelicans are avoiding to cross the luxury tax, which amounted this season for about $150 million. 

Graham still has two years and almost $25 million left on his contract after this season. Hayes will be a restricted free agent in the offseason.

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