When is the NBA trading period 2021? Date, time, latest rumors, news and main goals
Which teams will upgrade? Which front offices are ready to sell? Yes, that’s the time – the NBA trading period is fast approaching.
The network began its trading season in January Acquiring James Harden from the Rockets within a massive four-group deal. Now the question is how many more actions will we see among the unpredictable times in NBA history.
Here’s everything you need to know before the 2021 NBA trade period.
When does the NBA trade period end?
- Date: March 25, 2021
- Hour: 15:00 ET
The NBA’s trading deadline is Thursday, March 25th. The cut-off point is at 3pm ET, although news of some trades appeared shortly after that deadline.
What are the main goals of the NBA trade period?
Bradley Beal, wizards: The NBA’s top scorer appears only here to close the rumors. Washington has constantly rejected the idea of negotiating Beal, and Beale has never stated that he wants to negotiate, According to The Athletic’s Shams Charania and Fred Katz. Encourage yourself to get on the trading machine and create hypothetical deals, but Beal won’t leave Washington unless there’s a big change in his relationship with the franchise.
Kyle Lowry, Raptors: Wait, go ahead the best player in franchise history? Yes, the Raptors may consider that option. Philadelphia questioner Keith Pompey reported If the Raptors and Lowry decide it’s best to split, Lowry would prefer to join the 76ers. (That’s still “big” in the Toronto playoff picture).
Nikola Vucevic, Magia: Many groups have shown interest in the All-Star Center, According to Kevin O’Connor of The Ringerincluding the Celtics, Heat, Hornets and Spurs. The asking price will be high, however, because Vucevic’s career is in full swing and he has another two seasons under contract.
LaMarcus Aldridge, Spurs: There is no need for anonymous sources. Spurs coach Gregg Popovich has just come out and said Aldridge will not move forward with the team as he works on the San Antonio commercial stages.
“We’ve agreed to work out some options for him, and that will be elsewhere. So he’s not going to move forward with the team.”
– Gregg Popovich agrees with Spurs and LaMarcus Aldridge agrees to separate. pic.twitter.com/CCXk0w9x04
– FOX Sports Southwest (@FOXSportsSW) March 11, 2021
Andre Drummond, Cavaliers: The 27-year-old big man continues to play games while the Cavs look for the best possible trade package. Reports ESPN’s Brian Windhorst That Cleveland is “playing hard” and won’t just give Drummond.
PJ Tucker, Rockets: They have several competitors He expressed interest in Tucker, which fits almost anywhere, but may not be the only player in the Houston trade block. An Assistant General Manager he told Jake Fischer of the Bleacher Report That the rockets will “burn down the house” and start reconstruction.
UPDATE: Tucker is heading to Milwaukee, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.
Sources: Houston is selling its first 2022 tour of PJ Tucker, Rodions Kurucs and Bucks to Milwaukee for the first unprotected 20 August tour of DJ Augustin, DJ Wilson and 2023. Houston also manages to trade the 2021 second-round pick in exchange for Milwaukee’s FRP option unless it falls 1-9.
– Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) March 17, 2021