Odds to Win 2019 NBA Championship

Just when you thought it was safe to get back into the National Basketball Association Pacific Ocean water I regret to relay that father of Lonzo Ball, LaVar Ball, was spotted and heard trolling the shallows of Long Beach chewing on his rhetorical nonsense, again.

With an overload of NBA trade deadline rumors circulating the World Wide Web and national media outlets concerning the Lakers interest in New Orleans Pelicans All Star center Anthony Davis the understanding that Lonzo would be a part of the trade spurred the controversial dad to open up and market his son.

Having an interest in a child’s future is a given by a mother and father but it was LaVar’s statement when appearing on “Undisputed” Thursday morning that was interesting, or better phrased, ridiculous. LaVar told the national audience that the Lakers would be making a mistake trading his son.

Because?

That he was better than the current point guard for Los Angeles, LeBron James.

It is more of a gamble than a sports investment to be tangling with the sportsbooks and their NBA line the next week. With the large number transacted trades that have transpired the last two-plus days in the Association who plays, how sits and so-on is not public knowledge, for the most part.

Here is an outline of the NBA trades that have already been confirmed according to the ESPN NBA portal.

  • 76ers trade former No. 1 pick Markelle Fultz to Magic
    Orlando Magic get:
    Markelle Fultz
  • Philadelphia 76ers get:
    Jonathon Simmons
    First-round pick (via OKC)
    Second-round pick

 

  • Memphis Grizzlies agree to trade Marc Gasol to Toronto Raptors
    Toronto Raptors get:
    Marc Gasol
  • Memphis Grizzlies get:
    Jonas Valanciunas, Delon Wright, CJ Miles and a 2024 second-round pick

 

  • Bucks acquire Nikola Mirotic from Pelicans in three-player deal
    Bucks get: Nikola Mirotic
  • Pelicans get: Jason Smith, Stanley Johnson, Denver’s 2019 second-round pick, Washington’s 2020 and 2021 second-round picks and Milwaukee’s 2020 second-round picks
  • Pistons get: Thon Maker

 

  • Rockets trade James Ennis to 76ers
    Philadelphia 76ers get:
    James Ennis
  • Houston Rockets get:
    Future second-round swap rights

 

  • Wizards to send Markieff Morris to Pelicans for Wesley Johnson
    Washington Wizards get:
    Wesley Johnson
  • New Orleans Pelicans get:
    Markieff Morris
    2023 second-round pick

 

  • Kings get Barnes from Mavericks
    Dallas Mavericks get:
    Zach Randolph
    Justin Jackson
  • Sacramento Kings get:
    Harrison Barnes

 

  • Kings send Shumpert to Rockets in 3-team deal
    Houston Rockets get:
    Iman Shumpert
    Nik Stauskas
    Wade Baldwin

 

  • Cleveland Cavaliers get:
  • Brandon Knight
    Marquese Chriss
    2019 lottery-protected first-round pick
  • Sacramento Kings get:
    Alec Burks
    Second-round pick

 

  • Wizards trade Otto Porter Jr. to Bulls
    Chicago Bulls get:
    Otto Porter Jr.
  • Washington Wizards get:
    Jabari Parker
    Bobby Portis
    2023 second-round pick

 

  • Heat agree to trade Tyler Johnson to Suns
    Phoenix Suns get:
    Tyler Johnson
    Wayne Ellington
  • Miami Heat get:
    Ryan Anderson

 

  • Pistons agree to trade Stanley Johnson to Bucks for Thon Maker
    Milwaukee Bucks get:
    Stanley Johnson
  • Detroit Pistons get:
    Thon Maker

 

  • Clippers agree to trade Tobias Harris to 76ers in deal involving six players
    Philadelphia 76ers get:
    Tobias Harris
    Boban Marjanovic
    Mike Scott
  • LA Clippers get:
    Landry Shamet
    Wilson Chandler
    Mike Muscala
    2020 first-round pick
    2021 first-round pick (via Miami)
    2021 second-round pick
    2023 second-round pick

 

  • Lakers trade for Reggie Bullock
    Los Angeles Lakers get:
    Reggie Bullock
  • Detroit Pistons get:
    Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk
    2021 second-round pick

 

  • Blazers acquire Rodney Hood from Cavs
    Portland Trail Blazers get:
    Rodney Hood
  • Cleveland Cavaliers get:
    Wade Baldwin IV
    Nik Stauskas
    2021 second-round pick
    2023 second-round pick

 

  • Knicks trade Porzingis to Dallas for Dennis Smith
    Dallas Mavericks get:
    Kristaps Porzingis
    Courtney Lee
    Tim Hardaway Jr.
    Trey Burke
  • New York Knicks get:
    Dennis Smith Jr.
    DeAndre Jordan
    Wesley Matthews
    Two future first-round picks

 

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Tony Finn

Tony "Fish" Finn has been advising clients for over two decades and after nearly 22 years he continues to lead a group of both North American and World Sports specialists covering games and or matches from coast to coast. His team of consultants and sources form a global web that are unmatched in World Wide events.

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