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The NBA’s offseason is a time for speculation. When the league’s teams aren’t playing games with measurable results, we can only guess what decisions they might make. For that reason, the league’s rumor mill churns overtime throughout the summer. Eventually, observers will reach some form of consensus over what’s more or less likely to occur.
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Sometimes, the simplest answer turns out to be the best one. Yes, there’s something appealing about a massive, complex, elegant solution, like NBA trades. Realistically, it makes us feel smarter to come up with a more complicated means to an end. Still, at times, we can waste energy searching for one, with a simpler course of action right under our noses.
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The NBA world wasn’t shocked when it was announced that the Utah Jazz had found a trade partner for a deal centered around Bojan Bogdanovic. Instead, they were shocked at the team he was landing with. Bogdanovic ended up getting sent to the Motor City as the Detroit Pistons...
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