Free Trade: NBA Deals to Consider During Early 2015-16 Season

November 13th, 2015 by Adam Fromal Leave a reply »

No NBA roster is perfect this time of year. Stick with us, and some will get a little bit closer to the ideal.

Hypothetically, of course. 

This early in the 2015-16 season, it's already easy to identify areas creating problems for certain organizations. Maybe there's not enough depth at a certain position. Maybe there's too much. Maybe chemistry concerns are rearing their ugly heads, despite the fact we're only midway through November.

We can fix the issues—or at least try. Big trades don't typically occur during the campaign's opening salvo—no, the Mario Chalmers-to-Memphis deal doesn't qualify as "big"—but they sometimes should. Tempting as it may be to let things play out, it's often beneficial to get a jump-start and spend the majority of the season playing with an upgraded roster. 

Here's how it's going to work: Yours truly, Adam Fromal, will put together two trades and include justification for each. These theorized moves will then be critiqued by Bleacher Report's own Dan Favale, who will ultimately decide whether they're feasible.

These deals may not happen for we ...

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