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2020/2021 Raptors-NBA Thread

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Problem with Drummond is that you'll have to give up a lot to get him because of Toronto's current cap situation.



Admittedly, I am not sure how it would work for Cousins, but his salary would be dramatically lower than Drummond's
 

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Problem with Drummond is that you'll have to give up a lot to get him because of Toronto's current cap situation.



Admittedly, I am not sure how it would work for Cousins, but his salary would be dramatically lower than Drummond's
if you want Drummond you`re saying goodbye to K. Lo

Even though i think we should part ways with him while he's worth a good amount, it probably makes sense to let someone else get Drummond.
 

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Romour: Sixers interested in Kyle Lowry


I understand that the Raptors are better off with him than without him. However, if you look at Philly, Brooklyn, the Raptors in its current form will not beat either in a 7 game series.

Raptors have a choice to make - either go for it (and overpay get a big man), or admit that we won't win it all without some serious luck - and trade Lowry (assuming he's willing to get traded - raptors should give him that option - i think he deserves at least that much), presumably for Danny Green (salary match) some young players (Maxey?) and at least 3 1st round picks.
 

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DG and 3 1st round for Lowry? Whew. Tall order.
 

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The Harden, Westbrook and even Holiday trades have made 1st round picks devalued - I think Toronto's best chance at improving is to get as many as you can - otherwise, you might as well keep Lowry.

...ok, maybe 3 is a lot, but might as well shoot for the stars
 

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I wouldn't give up any draft picks for Porzingas. If he is available, there is a glaring issue that Dallas can no longer avoid - poor defense and a lingering injury history.

I know draft picks are devalued, but for Toronto, draft picks are what give them hope for getting a superstar, since no superstar will come to Toronto via free agency.
 

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