Lakers Trade Rumors: LA will ‘love’ Bradley Bill’s trade

The Los Angeles Lakers have been linked with Wizards-all-star Bradley Bill all the way to 2018, when it is revealed that they will have a difficult time agreeing to Brandon Ingram’s trade. After that season was over, there were rumors that Bill backup is a target if the team can’t land Anthony Davis, and before last season of the NBA Bubble, there were rumors that the Lakers were interested in a trade deal for Bill.

We all know what happened next. The Lakers proved that they don’t need the Big Three to win the title, and that LeBron James and Anthony Davis plus the excellent supporting cast were good enough. They then went out and upgraded their roster, making in-season trades difficult.

However, we draw attention to all of this because there are headlines to reconnect Bill with the Lakers like a breath, so, the deal will be difficult and very unlikely, however, their previous interest is worth considering. Because if general manager Rob Pelinka has shown anything in his job during this period in the past year, it’s good to have contingency plans, so we can never rule out anything to the Lakers.

The latest buzz comes from Adrian Wozniacki’s somewhat vague comment as he discusses ESPN’s “The Jump” bill situation, but although Voz plugs in when he arrives, the certainty is still noticeable (load mine):

“There’s no team in the league that doesn’t like to find a way to add Bradley Bill … I think for teams like Golden State or Denver, whose wealthy teams are contenders when they’re healthy, but also, let’s say If you’re a Golden State, you’ll be taken to that Minnesota draft, if you’re Denver, you’ve got a great young player in Michael Porter Jr., you’ve got an All Star in Jamal Murray. In the backcourt. Now I’m not saying they’re going to do that, but you look at those teams and say ‘they have enough to come into the conversation.’

“And that will be the decision of the entire league. Of course the Lakers and Clippers would love to be able to get involved, But do they have draft picks? Do they have young players who will take over the top of some other teams ’packages? Probably not.

“And so if you go to the Bradley Bill market and see the rage then, and because of the status of this contract it will tell you where it goes. Unless a team is just willing to trade and hope to keep it for a longer period and under contract next season, but it is very risky for someone for whom you can give multiple first round picks and maybe your best young player . (For). I think those are all issues for teams, but boy, I don’t think there will be a lot of people who wouldn’t think to call and sit down, ‘Will we get it if Bradley Bill becomes available?’

You can see the entire exchange starting around the 3:30 mark below:

However real and serious you think based on that sounds like the Lakers ’interest – I think Voj was mostly just accepting the fact that every team wants to trade for a bill that is very good for the bile basket – I think we All can agree that it certainly doesn’t sound like anything is imminent. Bill has not asked yet, and is under contract until 2022, with a વિકલ્પ 36 million player option for the 2022-23 season.

Still, it would be a shock to see how frustrating the wizards’ situation is and how the NBA works if Bill doesn’t call for action at some point (and honestly, it would be hard to blame him. Our wizards are also sister site, Bullets forever, it Get).

If he does, do the Lakers have the resources to enter the race? It’s hard to believe they can compare to other teams unless Bill pulls Eddie and scares the other suitors just by wanting to go to LA.

Even then, due to the tight cap, it is almost impossible to work out a deal under a collective bargaining agreement. I spent about 10 minutes trying on the ESPN trade machine, and while Pelinka and the Lakers have a better plan than that, it’s clearly not easy.

It will likely be easier after the season, but how many first-round picks are still in Davis ’trade by the Lakers is difficult because it’s still difficult.

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So basically, Bill enjoys being a #futurelaker as much as trolling other NBA fans – and It’s fun – It will be very difficult for that to happen. Which, of course, made the video an overnight sensation. A ton of teams that can say the most inevitable bills come in sweepstakes.

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