Bobby Marks joins Woj
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Vertical Front Office Insider Bobby Marks joins The Vertical Podcast with Woj to breakdown the start of NBA trade season, including reporting on multiple teams plans and hopes to improve themselves and the players who could be on the move. Here are some key moments:
1:13: The significance of Dec. 15 as the start of trading season.
3:18: The lack of big-time players traded midseason during the past few years.
5:28: The Pacers and Kings not discussing Paul George or DeMarcus Cousins with other teams.
8:26: The Kings needing to trade Rudy Gay or lose him for nothing in free agency.
16:48: The Raptors’ collection of assets to possibly upgrade the roster.
20:08: The Warriors being more likely to add players after March 1 than via trade.
22:47: The Heat likely to test the market for Goran Dragic.
25:10: How draft picks have gained value as salaries have exploded in free agency.
27:41: The Nuggets’ mix of veterans and young players that will draw interest on the trade market.
33:05: Players available on the trade market, including Greg Monroe, Nerlens Noel and several Suns players.
35:24: The Celtics having the assets to make a deal, including their interest in Gordon Hayward.
38:01: The Nets wanting real value for Brook Lopez.
43:46: No head coaches being fired so far this season.