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Also in that Wojo story - the Board of Governors is having a special meeting today focused on tightening the protocols

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Harden says the situation is crazy and can't be fixed then leaves the podium. John Wall says it's hard when there are certain guys who don't want to buy in. 

"Why would they rush a Harden trade? Hold onto him until teams get desperate." 🤣

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1 hour ago, Jiji said:

Harden says the situation is crazy and can't be fixed then leaves the podium. John Wall says it's hard when there are certain guys who don't want to buy in. 

"Why would they rush a Harden trade? Hold onto him until teams get desperate." 🤣

Harden ain’t going nowhere 

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2 hours ago, hammerva said:

The good news about this stupidity is that he is in the age group to get the vaccine quickly

 

 

Does the NBA's health plan cover headupyourass disease?

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It's the closest Harden has come to going public with the trade demand that sources said he made during the offseason.

Houston's front office is determined to remain patient until its asking price for the 2018 NBA MVP is met, sources told ESPN. The Rockets have informed teams that they want a young franchise cornerstone and a package of first-round picks and/or intriguing talent on rookie contracts in return for Harden, sources said.

The Rockets have had active/ongoing trade discussions with "more than a half dozen teams," according to one source close to the situation, and have been communicating with Harden about those options.

Harden made it clear to owner Tilman Fertitta before the season that he did not believe in the franchise's direction and ability to contend and preferred to be traded to a team that was in a better position to win, sources said.

Fertitta was disappointed but told Harden that he would explore the trade market on the Rockets' timetable. He has since continually given Harden assurances that he will trade him, and empowered new general manager Rafael Stone to trade the three-time scoring champion, who has three years and $133 million with a player option for the final season remaining on his contract, when he finds a deal he likes.

https://www.espn.com/nba/story/_/id/30702503/all-star-james-harden-says-houston-rockets-just-not-good-enough

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Utah/Washington is also off but I am not sure if that was already known or not (I knew that Orlando/Boston was already off)

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If I'm the Nets right now I'm wondering if a really need another fragile headcase to appease on my roster.

ETA:

Yeah, no shit man.

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Here's the haul.  I'm curious to see if the Nets put protections on any of those picks or if they learned nothing from the Celtics trade.

E: Oh my

 

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1 minute ago, Dolfan in NYC said:

I mean, Cleveland does want to eventually win, so Brooklyn's hand may have been forced there. 

So do they try to move Drummond or immediately flip Allen?

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Nets have to trade Kyrie for Westbrook and Jordan for Ibaka now to really get the band back together.

E: Cleveland got Jarret Allen for a future second rounder that is bonkers.

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