Broussard On Rockets, Knicks, Celtics

During halftime of today's KnicksCeltics game, ESPN's Chris Broussard relayed several of the latest rumors regarding the league's most talked about trade pieces. Here they are:

  • Houston has shown an interest in acquiring Pau Gasol, and Broussard believes if they still have a package consisting of Kevin Martin, Luis Scola, Goran Dragic, and the Knicks first round draft pick on the table, that the Lakers should take it. In a tweet, Larry Coon says Martin to the Lakers doesn't make any sense. 
  • People around the league are saying that if New York wants Howard, packaging Carmelo Anthony and Tyson Chandler could do the trick. In order for a deal like this to be possible, the Knicks would also have to take on Hedo Turkoglu's undesired contract, and they won't formally inquire about Orlando's big man until he expresses desire to play for the Knicks long term.  
  • Boston likes Eric Bledsoe should they choose to move Ray Allen (the Clippers would need to throw in someone like Mo Williams to make the contracts match), but Los Angeles will likely hold onto their point guard until the offseason when his value is at an all-time high. 
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2 thoughts on “Broussard On Rockets, Knicks, Celtics

  1. dc21892

    Couldn’t Kevin Martin play SF or move Kobe there? It makes plenty sense seeing Kobe would be able to take less shots and feel less compelled to take over games. Might not be the best idea defensively, but oh well. Overall, I think it would be a good trade.

  2. baseball52

    If I’m Orlando, I tell the Knicks to go stick their heads in the sand.


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