We are only two days away from the trade deadline, and it's looking like it might be a quiet one. But we won't let that get in the way of our fun here in SBNation. Today all SBNation's NBA sites are posting their predictions both for their own teams and the rest of the league. So, let's assume that the Spurs trade somebody. What would the deal be?
-It benefits the Spurs, because it gives them two young, multi-talented wings in Young and Kawhi Leonard (who they may have to end up parting with to make this trade happen) to build on for the future.
-It makes sense for Philly, because they take on an expiring contract in Bonner, a nice young 3 & D guy in Green, and another first rounder in a deep draft.
-It benefits the Lakers, because it rids them of a guy who's fallen out of favor with D'Antonio and is basically wasting away. Jackson has high potential as a scoring punch, and a change of scenery for Rivers could help him.
-It benefits Minnesota by bringing in a toughness on defense that they desperately need.
-It makes sense for Memphis by shedding Prince's salary and bringing in a nice young wing on the cheap, as well as an experienced backup point.
-It benefits Milwaukee by unloading salaries of guys that either aren't happy or just aren't working out for them anymore and replacing them with one of the better young forwards in the league in Faried. McGee, when healthy, should be better than most of their front court options, and Miller could provide veteran presence and consistency.
-It makes sense for Denver, because they get value back for Faried, before he leaves in free agency. Sanders could return to his 2012 form alongside Hickson, and Ilyasova would be a nice stretch four for them. Neal fills a guard spot that only Foye is suited for on their current roster.
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Now it's your turn, people. Here is the link to the Trade Machine. Post your predictions in the comments.