It is an interesting move for the Thunder as they look to add another impact talent to their roster, but I don’t know if Maynor and the 24th pick will be enough to move up into the top 10. I like Eric Maynor than most, and think that he could start for a handful of teams, but there are a lot of point guards with upside in this draft, that a team could prefer instead. As it stands now I don’t see a deal happening, but if the Thunder sweeten their offer a deal could get done.
The Timberwolves have long been after acquiring a veteran player for their 2nd overall selection, and Iguodala would be a good addition for them. There seem to be other suitors as well so I don’t know if this deal gets done tonight. If I’m the 76ers though I’d make the deal so they could select Derrick Williams.
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The real sticking point seems to be the Spurs wanting to include Richard Jefferson in any trade proposal. I understand they want to get younger (though then why deal Hill), but Jefferson has negative trade value at this point. I would look to do the best deal possible for Parker or Hill and move on from there. Trying to add Jefferson to the deal means their return for a quality point guard will be minimal and that just doesn’t make sense. Yes I know they would free up money, but it doesn’t seem worth it.
This would be a smart trade for the Nuggets because it would bring another 1st rounder from the Carmelo Anthony trade. For the Kings it gives them a veteran PG, as opposed to hoping to develop someone. I think it is a risky move for the Kings, but I can at least understand it.