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NBA Deals Roundup: Kevin Love, Aaron Baynes, DeMar DeRozan, Aaron Gordon

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    NBA Deals Roundup Kevin Love, Aaron Baynes, DeMar DeRozan, Aaron Gordon

    NBA 2019-20 season is going on for almost one month now and there are a lot of teams who have realized they need to make several changes in their roster. While some of the NBA star are stuck in the wrong side as the teams are performing badly and they can contribute better if they change sides. Even though the next trade period will come in February, it doesn’t mean that deals can’t be made in between. Here are the NBA deals roundup for players such as Kevin Love, Aaron Baynes, DeMar DeRozan, and Aaron Gordon.

    Kevin Love to Los Angeles Lakers

    Kevin Love to Los Angeles Lakers

    Kevin Love doesn’t fit any longer in the Cleveland Cavaliers and despite them saying they won’t trade him, the reality is a bit different. There are a lot of teams interested in Kevin and out of which the Los Angeles Lakers is a perfect fit.

    The duo of LeBron James and Love is unbeatable together and could repeat the same magic in Lakers. Despite having a 10-2 record, the Lakers lost badly to the Clippers and they will need Kevin Love for the big games in NBA 2019-20 season.

    Aron Baynes to Boston Celtics

    Aron Baynes to Boston Celtics

    Boston Celtics have been looking to replace Al Horford and Kyrie Irving ever since they left the team in the 2019 NBA free agency. While there are many names linked with Celtics such as Clint Capela and Steven Adams, one player that makes sense is Aron Baynes.

    The Australian superstar won’t cost Boston too much and is already familiar with the team as he has played with them before. The Phoenix Suns are having a good season and they can trade Aron Baynes if they get a better offer from the Boston Celtics.

    DeMar DeRozan and Aaron Gordon Exchange Deal

    DeMar DeRozan and Aaron Gordon Exchange Deal

    The Orlando Magic team has reportedly shown a lot of interest in the San Antonio Spurs guard DeMar DeRozan. The Magic team is currently in a very bad position as they have been averaging just 100.3 points per game which is second-worst and meanwhile DeRozan is averaging 20.2 points and 4.8 rebounds per game.

    The Spurs may be ready to offer DeRozan in an exchange trade deal and will ask for Aaron Gordon from the Orlando team. Both the players will better fit in the opposite teams and hence a trade deal could be made very soon.

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