Rumors, transfers and transfer market of the NBA live: the day Ricky Rubio was able to play for the Orlando Magic

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Lhe NBA enters the second phase of the season after the All Star break and does so with a date marked in red on the calendar: March 25. That day the famous ‘trade deadline’ and the door will be closed to transfers (not to free agent signing) to reinforce the squads for the title playoffs. It will be two weeks of frenzied rumors and surprise trading cards that began with him transfer of Blake Griffin to the Brooklyn Nets.

NBA transfer market, live: Rumors and transfers

At the moment there are few official movements, but there are many players in the shooting range and the focus right now is on four players with ‘all star’ pedigree such as the sections LaMarcus Aldridge or Andre Drummond, in addition to John wall Y Victor oladipo, who already changed teams last summer.

MARCH 16: One of the most popular names at this market close is Aaron Gordon. The power forward sounds in the orbit of teams like Houston, Dallas, Portland, Golden State Warriors and a Minnesota Timberwolves in which he was about to land at the beginning of this season. In fact, as revealed by Jake Fischer of Bleacher Report Wolves and Magic had reached an agreement to trade Gordon for Ricky Rubio before the power forward injured his ankle. Will the contact that could take Ricky to Florida be resumed?

In the last few hours a new name has appeared on the horizon of Andre Drummond, retired from the Cleveland Cavaliers and one of the big shots in the market. At first the future of the pivot seemed like a thing for the Lakers or Nets, but now the New York Knicks, who would be willing to offer the center a long-term contract.

Another of the big names in this trade deadline is being that of the Boston Celtics. The Massachusetts franchise wants to make a move to become an alternative to the Nets and Sixers in the East and it could come in at the inside positions. In the last hours the name of Clint Capela, who would come to the TD Garden in exchange for Tristan Thompson, Aaron Nesmith and a first round of the Draft.

MARCH, 15TH: The Miami Heat They seem to have found cruising speed after being NBA finalists last season and starting the new season on an erratic basis. However, in Florida they know they need one more piece in their roster to be able to measure up to the Sixers or Nets in the fight for the throne of their conference. According Michael Scotto from Hoopshype, the Heat have set their radar on Kyle lowry and they could offer the Raptors to Goran Dragic, Kendrick Nunn and Kelly Olynyk.

One of the names that sounds the most in this market closure is that of LaMarcus Aldridge, already separated from the Spurs who are looking for the best offer for the all-star power forward. According to Bleacher Report, several NBA executives point to the Boston Celtics as the team most likely to win the Dallas player.

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Lhe NBA enters the second phase of the season after the All Star break and does so with a date marked in red on the calendar: March 25. That day the famous ‘trade deadline’ and the door will be closed on transfers (not on free agent signing) to reinforce the rosters for the title playoffs. It will be two weeks of frenzied rumors and surprise trading cards that started with him transfer of Blake Griffin to the Brooklyn Nets.

NBA transfer market, live: Rumors and transfers

At the moment there are few official movements, but there are many players in the shooting range and the focus right now is on four players with ‘all star’ pedigree such as the sections LaMarcus Aldridge or Andre Drummond, in addition to John wall Y Victor oladipo, who already changed teams last summer.

MARCH 16: One of the most popular names at this market close is Aaron Gordon. The power forward sounds in the orbit of teams like Houston, Dallas, Portland, Golden State Warriors and a Minnesota Timberwolves in which he was about to land at the beginning of this season. In fact, as revealed by Jake Fischer of Bleacher Report Wolves and Magic had reached an agreement to trade Gordon for Ricky Rubio before the power forward injured his ankle. Will the contact that could take Ricky to Florida be resumed?

In the last few hours a new name has appeared on the horizon of Andre Drummond, retired from the Cleveland Cavaliers and one of the big shots in the market. At first, the future of the pivot seemed like a thing for the Lakers or Nets, but now the New York Knicks, who would be willing to offer the center a long-term contract.

Another of the big names in this trade deadline is being the Boston Celtics. The Massachusetts franchise wants to make a move to become an alternative to the Nets and Sixers in the East and this could come in the interior positions. In the last hours the name of Clint Capela, who would come to TD Garden in exchange for Tristan Thompson, Aaron Nesmith and a first round of the Draft.

MARCH, 15TH: The Miami Heat They seem to have found cruising speed after being NBA finalists last season and starting the new season on an erratic basis. However, in Florida they know they need one more piece in their roster to be able to measure up to the Sixers or Nets in the fight for the throne of their conference. According Michael Scotto of Hoopshype, the Heat have set their radar on Kyle lowry and they could offer the Raptors to Goran Dragic, Kendrick Nunn and Kelly Olynyk.

One of the names that sounds the most in this market closure is that of LaMarcus Aldridge, already separated from the Spurs who are looking for the best offer for the all-star power forward. According to Bleacher Report, several NBA executives point to the Boston Celtics as the team most likely to win the Dallas player.

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