NBA: Rumors: Milwaukee wants to trade a wing

In just over a month, the players who signed new contracts in the summer can be traded again. The rumor mill is slowly starting to churn. Here are all the trade rumors.

This article will be continuously updated!

NBA: Rumors as of November 13, 2022

Jae Crowder wants to keep trading

It’s no secret that Jae Crowder’s trade will happen sooner or later. The forward didn’t take part in the Phoenix Suns’ training camp and is keeping fit on his own in Atlanta. According to Brian Windhorst (ESPN) Nothing.

Instead, the trade talks should pick up speed again. As SNY reports, the Miami Heat continue to be a hot contender. But the Heat can’t offer much, allegedly the Suns want to take Max Strus to the desert in return, which Miami would probably be too much for. Crowder has also been linked with the Milwaukee Bucks and the Atlanta Hawks in recent weeks.

A trade to Utah with a possible buyout was also said to have been discussed. Crowder signed a three-year, $29.2 million deal with the Suns in 2020, with the 3-and-D specialist up to $10.2 million this season before becoming a free agent next summer.

Do the Bucks want to give up Grayson Allen?

Is Grayson Allen a possible trade partner for Crowder? Jake Fisher (Yahoo! Sports) reports that the Bucks called several teams to explore possible trade packages for the Guard.

Allen signed a two-year, $18.7 million early contract extension last fall through 2024 and has been a fixture in the 2021 champion’s starting five ever since. Allen averaged 10.8 points and 2 in 11 games this season 7 assists with a three-point ratio of 42.6 percent.

However: In the playoffs you also saw the limitations of the winger, as he can be attacked due to his lack of length. The 27-year-old was drafted 21st by the Utah Jazz in 2018 and was traded to Memphis after just one season before ending up with the Bucks in summer 2021.

Several teams are probably interested in Immanuel Quickley

Things are not going well for the Knicks guard this season, but according to Ian Begley (SNY) are very interested in Quickley. So far, the Knicks have been reluctant to give up the 23-year-old. With the arrival of Jalen Brunson, however, the competition in the backcourt has increased even further.

So far, Quickley has only played around 21 minutes per game and has set career lows in the categories points (7.5), field shot rate (34.8 percent) and three-point rate (28.3 percent). Within the league it is believed that the Knicks could make one or the other youngster due to their full roster by the trade deadline.

NBA: Rumors as of November 12, 2022

Will LeBron James Kyrie Irving steer to Los Angeles?

It is still unclear when and if Kyrie Irving will appear again for the Brooklyn Nets. Former colleague LeBron James sat down via Twitter for the point guard and demanded that he be allowed to play basketball again. According to James, Irving apologized, which should be enough according to the 37-year-old.

Within the NBA, the statements made people sit up and take notice, like Zach Lowe (ESPN) reported in his podcast. Accordingly, there would be interpretations that LeBron would welcome a trade for Irving. Here is the detailed news.

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