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Jace Brown

                5/4/18

Introduction: Here are what I think are the Biggest Trades of the 2017-18 Season and how this could affect the teams going into the Playoffs and the Offseason. Also, with the Free Agency after the Playoffs how could this affect who gets signed to another team. Lastly, this summer could really change things if Players like Lebron sign somewhere else.

Biggest NBA Trades of the 2017-18 Season

Isaiah Thomas- Traded from Cleveland to Los Angeles on February 8th

Larry Nance Jr- Traded from Los Angeles to Cleveland on February 8th

Joe Johnson- Traded from Sacramento to Houston on February 8th

Dwyane Wade- Traded from Cleveland to Miami on February 8th

Noah Vonleh- Traded from Portland to Chicago on February 8th

Luke Babbitt- Traded from Atlanta to Miami on February 8th

James Ennis- Traded from Memphis to Detroit on February 8th

Willy Hernangomez- Traded from New York to Charlotte on February 7th

Tyler Zeller- Traded from Brooklyn to Milwaukee on February 5th

Blake Griffin- Traded from Los Angeles to Detroit on January 29th

 

Key Players Not Traded

DeAndre Jordan- LAC February 8th

Kemba Walker- CHA    February 8th

Tyreke Evans- MEM     February 8th

Lou Williams- LAC         February 8th

DeMarre Carroll- BRK    February 8th

Julius Randle- LAL         February 8th

Derrick Favors- UTA       February 8th

Kenneth Faried- DEN      February 8th

Joakim Noah- NYK           February 8th

Al Jefferson- IND                February 8th

Marc Gasol- MEM               February 8th

Marcin Gortat- WAS             February 6th

Evan Fournier- ORL             January 8th

Reggie Jackson- DET          January 8th

Luol Deng- LAL                     January 8th

 

Conclusion: These are my biggest players traded or not traded, According to ESPN.com, and SB Nation.com. I think the biggest one was Isaiah Thomas and Channing Frye to the Lakers for Clarkson and Nance. What are your picks for the Biggest Trades of the Season and why this could affect them going into the Playoffs? In Conclusion, the players who were not traded have a better chance in the Free Agency this summer because that’ll be when the teams will be looking for key players they really need.

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