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NBA rumors: Ayton may sign for Indiana Pacers

It promises to be one of the soap operas of the summer and more, if new contenders join. The condition of Free Agent that presents DeAn


It promises to be one of the soap operas of the summer and more, if new contenders join. The condition of Free Agent that presents is causing innumerable about the immediate future of the Bahamian center. There has been an obvious loss of cache on his part after his performance in the playoffs the last two seasons, where he was not able to impose his power in the paint, neither in attack nor in defense. phoenix suns He seems to intend to turn his sports planning upside down and mercilessly dispense with a player who seemed vital for Arizona. Despite all this, there are many franchises that see Ayton as a player around which to build a winning project and that will seek to incorporate him through sign & trade, according to nbaanalysis.net.

And it is that this formula seems the most feasible for the departure of the Bahamian from Arizona. His involvement in the Suns project has been enormous and he wants to leave in the best way possible, leaving something in exchange for his departure. Those from Phoenix have had special problems in the defensive section, so they would look favorably on incorporating an intimidating pivot who would dominate the rebound, even if it means a loss of offensive power compared to Ayton. That is where the trick of the Indian Pacers, who have Myles Turner as currency of exchange. This could greatly satisfy the Suns’ requirements and pave the way for DeAndre.

Turner would be the currency in the sign & trade

Although it is true that there are many other teams interested in signing him, calling on could be a very good future idea for a DeAndre Ayton that he would take advantage of playing with a great point guard like Haliburton and would have time to lead a very ambitious project. He would come out very morally reinforced by seeing himself in a franchise in which he was the main protagonist, after having a secondary role in Suns behind Booker and Paul.