NBA Rumors Mailbag covers a lot of topics including the idea of an Al Horford trade. Horford trade rumors have been swirling for months as his fit next to Joel Embiid simply has not worked for the 76ers. Will Philadelphia trade Al Horford this offseason. What team would trade for his remaining contract of 3 years and $81 million? NBA Now host Harrison Graham answers this question & more on today’s NBA Rumors Mailbag video.
The Houston Rockets have committed to small ball as the 2020 NBA Season is set to resume shortly. Tyson Chandler is on their roster, but he hardly gets any minutes. Can James Harden and Russell Westbrook lead the Rockets to a deep playoff run? Are the Rockets contenders despite not playing bigs? Several NBA players have taken a step forward this season, but no player has improved as much as Bam Adebayo. Will Adebayo win the NBA Most Improved Player this year?
The 2020 NBA Draft is tentatively scheduled for October 15th, with the NBA Draft Lottery set for August 25th. Who will be the #1 pick in this year’s draft? LaMelo Ball, James Wiseman and Anthony Edwards are three prospects widely considered to be in play for the top pick.
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Here’s the list of questions on today’s NBA Rumors Mailbag:
- Rockets title contenders without bigs?
- Who will be the #1 pick in the NBA Draft?
- What teams will benefit from the time off?
- What teams won’t benefit from the time off?
- Most improved player?
- Biggest sleeper free agent signing for the restart?
- Al Horford trade?
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