NBA free agency has ended and yet a low of new deals are being made each day. Several players have changed teams and will be seen in their new team jerseys in the upcoming NBA summer season. Jimmy Butler, DeMarcus Cousins, Al Horford, etc will be seen playing for totally new teams. Kawhi Leonard and Paul George joining the Clipper was also a surprise to everyone.

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But it won’t end here and there are a lot more trade deals on their way in the next NBA season. There have been reports that names such as Bradley Beal, Kyle Lowry, and LaMarcus Aldridge will also make new deals. Here are the future deal predictions for the players in the NBA 2019-20 season.

Bradley Beal – Washington Wizards

Bradley Beal NBA 2020 trade

Most of the NBA teams have already contacted with the team of Washington Wizards for a Bradley Beal trade deal. The Wizards have been refusing to all the offers, but it won’t be able to continue for much longer. Beal currently have a three year, $111 million which is too much for the Wizards to afford. The Lakers and Clippers have a sharp battle going and they might try their best to acquire Beal from the Washington team as soon as they are ready for a trade.

Kyle Lowry – Toronto Raptors

Kyle Lowry NBA 2020 trade

Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green have left the Toronto Raptors team and now there is no point in staying there for other players. There is no way the Raptors can even get close to another championship without their star players. In such a team, many NBA teams will be interested in the point guard, Kyle Lowry. It would make a lot of sense for the Raptors to trade out Lowry and rebuild their roster with some star players.

LaMarcus Aldridge – San Antonio Spurs

LaMarcus Aldridge NBA 2020 trade

LaMarcus Aldridge will most likely be traded as his contract is about to get over in a few months. The San Antonio Spurs are nowhere in the title race and it would be smart of Aldridge to leave the sinking ship. As the mid-season deal period arrives, the Spurs will trade Aldridge and it will be better for both of them.