Mick Conley is one of the few names in the NBA trade reports, who has the highest chance to get picked up by some other team. The 31-year-old Memphis Grizzlies players have an experience of 11 years, which is very rare to see in the current generation players.
The reports about Grizzlies trading Conley started coming up when it was revealed that the team would use their No. 2 draft pick to get Ja Morant. It has made the following teams lined up to land the experienced Mick Conley in their NBA squad.
Indiana Pacers finished at number 4 in the NBA 2018-19 season and could have won if they had some experienced player in the team. Darren Collison, the point guard from Pacers is hitting free agency, which has made positions and cap space open for the team. Furthermore, the combination of Victor Oladipo and Mick Conley can be a deadly combination, which can the team of Indiana Pacers to great lengths.
As per the reports, the team of Utah Jazz is top in the line to somehow acquire the veteran Mick Conley in their team. The combination of Mick Conley and the rising star Donovan Mitchell could prove great for the Utah Jazz squad. Also, their point guard Ricky Rubi had a very bad performance in the last NBA season. Conley might be a bit costly for the Utah Jazz, but he can change the fate of the team next NBA season.
San Antonio Spurs
The San Antonio Spurs are known to change their roaster constantly in the hopes of hitting some extraordinary talent. Dejounte Murray, Derrick White, Lonnie Walker, and Bryn Forbes are doing amazing but all of them can’t get the chance at the same time. It would make a lot of sense for the Spurs to trade a few of them to get Mick Conley and make a stable team.
Orlando Magic reached the NBA playoffs for the first time in six years since and performed decently in the matches. DJ Augustin played well for the Orlando team, but they need someone of the caliber of Mick Conley. If the team of Orlando Magic wants to be a part of the play-off even in NBA 2019-20, it would be wise of them to hire Mick Conley.