This enabled the Cavs to send Atlanta their 2019 first round pick rather than their 2020 selection.
NBA rules stipulate teams cannot trade first round picks in consecutive years.
like i said, probably the anniversary of a first date, etc. I guess it shows that they care more about personality. it's really sad that you or anyone else would say something negative about someone you know NOTHING about.
They are on the same page in their lives, they have the same beliefs and are pure in heart, mind and soul. the lockout has nothing to do with getting married on a wednesday. Why do these athletes never go for the goooorgeous girls?
(The Cavaliers have swept the Hawks out of the playoffs in the last two seasons.) Korver turns 36 in March and he’s in his 14th season. Korver is one of the most thoughtful and professional athletes I’ve come across.
This is when you start to see the Hawks turn their attention away from this season and focus on the future, even if the soundbites emanating from the organization won’t suggest anything of the sort because that would just be … There Hawks reportedly will receive a 2019 protected first-round pick and Mike Dunleavy in deal, according to reports.
The Hawks are expected to move Dunleavy to a third team.
As Atlanta continues to reshape its team, more moves could conceivably be on the way.
The Cavs made a separate trade with the Trail Blazers that involves Cleveland trading this year’s first round selection to Portland and receiving their 2018 first-rounder (which the Blazers own) in return.