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B/R NBA Insider Predictions for 2020 Trade Deadline

Atlanta Hawks
Minnesota Timberwolves
Denver Nuggets
Western Conference
the Dallas Mavericks
the Minnesota Timberwolves
the Portland Trail Blazers
the Sacramento Kings
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Golden State
the Cleveland Cavaliers
The Portland Trail Blazers
Phoenix Suns

Adrian Wojnarowski
Clint Capela
Robert Covington
Kevin Love
D'Angelo Russell
Andre Iguodala
Shai Gilgeous-Alexander
Russell Westbrook
Paul George
Chris Paul
Danilo Gallinari
Steven Adams
Isaiah Roby
Treveon Graham
Eric PincusI
Zach Kleiman
Chris Wallace
Ja Morant
Mike Conley
Robert Pera
Tyreke Evans
Jake FischerOne
Hassan Whiteside's
Jusuf Nurkic
Damian Lillard's
Neil Olshey
Kent Bazemore
Anthony Tolliver
Trevor Ariza
Caleb Swanigan
Sean HighkinThe
Shams Charania
Glenn Robinson III
Alec Burks
Kevon Looney
Jacob Evans
Jordan Clarkson
Tristan Thompson
Brandon Knight
John Henson
Matthew Dellavedova
Greg Swartz


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Oklahoma City
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Golden State

the Oklahoma City Thunder

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The New York Times
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The NBA trade deadline may not be until Thursday at 3 p.m. ET, but the Houston Rockets, Atlanta Hawks, Minnesota Timberwolves and Denver Nuggets wasted no time kicking things off early.On Tuesday, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported that all four teams agreed upon a deal involving 12 players, with the swap largely centered around Rockets-turned-Hawks center Clint Capela.With the trade fates of Capela, Robert Covington and others decided, attention now shifts to the futures of Kevin Love, D'Angelo Russell, Andre Iguodala and more.Bleacher Report asked NBA insiders to predict where these guys will go and which ones might stick based on what they're seeing and hearing across the league.The Oklahoma City Thunder entered the 2019-20 season with an open mind as a team in transition, willing to listen to trade offers for almost anyone but Shai Gilgeous-Alexander. —Mike ScottoWhile Kevin Love is one of the most talented and accomplished players on the trade market, the five-time All-Star power forward may not be moved at all.One league source told Bleacher Report that the Cleveland Cavaliers "would have to take a loss" to get off the three years and $91.5 million remaining on his contract, even given his current production.Love has played in 44 of the Cavs' 51 games this season, averaging 17.8 points, 9.8 rebounds and 3.0 assists while shooting 38.1 percent from three. While he showed his frustration during a January game against the Oklahoma City Thunder, Love has been playing high-level basketball since, even looking engaged defensively.It doesn't make sense for the rebuilding Cavs to attach an asset to trade their best player away, especially since they're already poised to to open up cap space this summer with Tristan Thompson, Brandon Knight, John Henson and Matthew Dellavedova all coming off the books.The Portland Trail Blazers and Phoenix Suns might have made sense as Love landing spots, but the Blazers have been re-energized following a trade for Trevor Ariza, while the Suns are nearly out of the playoff race at 20-30.

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