Preview of the NBA market closing on February 10

We are one month away from the deadline for NBA transfer market which will take place next February 10 and we want to review the situati

We are one month away from the deadline for NBA transfer market which will take place next February 10 and we want to review the situation of most of the franchises taking into account their salary situation (whether or not they pass the luxury tax) and sporty (the real need they have to change things in the templates).

Teams with long exceeded salary limit

  • : Kyrie Irving just got back, so no big moves expected.
  • : Klay Thompson is back and the team works: no changes expected
  • : They tried to move Russell Westbrook but couldn’t. Nothing is expected (perhaps some minor piece that improves the team’s defense, perhaps cutting Jordan and Bazemore together).
  • Los Angeles Clippers: 94 million over: With Kawhi Leonard and Paul George injured, the season looks very complicated. Nothing at all.
  • Milwaukee bucks: They cut DeMarcus Cousins ​​to stay with a hole of 3 million (they could incorporate up to two players).
  • Utah Jazz: They sent Miye Oni to OKC to create a space of 7 million. If they moved a Joe Ingles player they could incorporate another piece of value.

Teams with the salary limit exceeded

  • Boston Celtics: Men like Juancho Hernangómez or Dennis Schroder who are not working could enter into transfers or be cut. The team does not work, it needs a total restructuring that should be in the summer and not running now.
  • Portland Trail Blazers: Nothing works. Every year for the worse. Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum on the wire. Ben Simmons rang. Covington and Nurkic ring to leave. They should be the great entertainers of the market, although they could go back to doing nothing as usual.
  • Phialdelphia 76ers: The team is working without Ben Simmons, so if they get a good transfer they could improve even more and fight for the Eastern Conference. We’ll see if they get an offer that convinces them or they keep it all season. The do not stop.

Teams that can spend more

  • OK C: The equipment that spends the least in length (112 kilos they have at their disposal). We’ll see if Sam Presti continues to look for picks or starts building a team to try and get wins.
  • Orlando magic: Thinking about the draft, they are going to do little relevant despite the great mass they treasure.
  • New Orleans Pelicans: Without Zion williamson the campaign is being very bad at the sporting level. They are a total unknown. It doesn’t seem like the time to move for them.
  • Dallas mavericks: The team of Luka doncic has started to win and they have a trad-exception of 10.9 million that they could use to bring in a player who improves the roster in order to fight for the top positions in the West.