Hawks looking to move John Collins? This again?


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3 minutes ago, JTB said:

 

"The Hawks have opened up preliminary trade discussions around forward John Collins, as interested teams inquire, league sources tell The Athletic. The Suns are a team showing desire in Collins, those sources have added, but they appear uninclined to take on the long-term money of Collins, who is in the second season of a five-year, $125 million contract. The Hawks don’t have an imminent deal in place involving Collins, those sources say, and executives around the league believe a potential deal will be weeks and potentially months in the making ahead of the Feb. 9 trade deadline."

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3 minutes ago, thecampster said:

"The Hawks have opened up preliminary trade discussions around forward John Collins, as interested teams inquire, league sources tell The Athletic. The Suns are a team showing desire in Collins, those sources have added, but they appear uninclined to take on the long-term money of Collins, who is in the second season of a five-year, $125 million contract. The Hawks don’t have an imminent deal in place involving Collins, those sources say, and executives around the league believe a potential deal will be weeks and potentially months in the making ahead of the Feb. 9 trade deadline."

With the way Capela has been playing as of late I’m not sure I’d want Ayton if a Collins for Ayton trade would work….but hindsight is 20/20

 

if phx isn’t talking about moving Ayton in any Collins deal than I’m sure those discussions are going to die down pretty quickly.

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13 minutes ago, thecampster said:

"The Hawks have opened up preliminary trade discussions around forward John Collins, as interested teams inquire, league sources tell The Athletic. The Suns are a team showing desire in Collins, those sources have added, but they appear uninclined to take on the long-term money of Collins, who is in the second season of a five-year, $125 million contract. The Hawks don’t have an imminent deal in place involving Collins, those sources say, and executives around the league believe a potential deal will be weeks and potentially months in the making ahead of the Feb. 9 trade deadline."

So why in the hell would they put this story out. Shams seems to be abusing his relationship with John’s agents. 

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24 minutes ago, NBASupes said:

Or Cam Johnson, Crowder, and salary filler. Cam Johnson would make a lot of sense.

Nope. The whole reason Crowder wants out is he doesn't wanna be behind Cam in the rotation. They will not be traded together. 

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3 minutes ago, warcore said:

Nope. The whole reason Crowder wants out is he doesn't wanna be behind Cam in the rotation. They will not be traded together. 

"Start" Crowder and then don't re-sign him.

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