As the Thunder traded for Paul George, many people may have thought that this Thunder team may completely start to rebuild! In addition to Paul George, the team's other core Westbrook may also be traded out by the team! Now the team has action again!
According to a report by the famous NBA reporter Adrian Wojnarowski, the Thunder sent Jeremy Grant to the Nuggets for the first round of 2020. The Thunder also A special transaction valued at $9.35 million will be obtained from this transaction! After the completion of this transaction, the Thunder have received six future first-round signings in the two transactions of George and Grant, and saved $39 million in salary and luxury tax.The first step of reconstruction was successfully completed!
Last season Grant was one of the most important players in the Thunder First, he averaged 32.7 minutes per game, able to get 13.6 points, 5.2 rebounds and 1.3 blocks. He is the most important player on the defensive end of the team! And trading him to the Nuggets will definitely give the Nuggets overall strength Significant increase. After all, Grant is currently at the peak of his career. After joining the Nuggets, he will once again enhance the strength of the Nuggets' forward line, which is already very athletic!
Although the Nuggets appear to be calm in the free market, they nothing muchToo big a move, but only left Murray with a five-year, $170 million contract. But the current Nuggets lineup is very scary. Last season their main framework still exists this season, Millsap, Jokic, Harris, Plumley, Button, Murray, Lyles, Clay Grid, Beasley, plus the current Grant and Bol Bol, who was traded on draft night, the depth of the team's overall lineup is terrifying!
Last season the Nuggets scored 54 regular season wins With a record of 28 losses, they ranked second in the West, and they played two consecutive tiebreaks in the playoffs before losing. Next season, they will continue to strengthen the team on the original lineup. The depth of the lineup can hardly be said. Next season will still be a strong competition for the Western Conference champions.Contender!