NBA Trade Rumors: Potential Blake Griffin Deal, Chris Paul In OKC, DeMar DeRozan On The Trade Block?

2019 NBA free agency has come to a near close, but now the NBA trade rumors are beginning to heat up. Chris Paul was recently traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder in a blockbuster deal that sent Russell Westbrook to the Houston Rockets. Many expected Paul to be traded from the Thunder before the start of the season, but now the feeling is that he may begin the year with Oklahoma City. Chris Paul’s former Los Angeles Clipper teammate may be on the trade block as well in Blake Griffin. The Detroit Pistons could be looking to move the NBA All-Star this summer.

In the video above, Jimmy Crowther brings you the latest NBA trade rumors on NBA Now from Chat Sports. Another star that could be on the move is DeMar DeRozan of the San Antonio Spurs. The rumor out of San Antonio is that the Spurs may be ready to move on from DeMar DeRozan and have contacted three teams about a possible deal. Along with trade rumors, two of the best free agents remaining have updates as well. JR Smith recently met with the Milwaukee Bucks, while Justin Holiday has officially signed with the Indiana Pacers.

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NBA Trade Rumors Discussed:
- Blake Griffin Trade?!
- DeMar DeRozan Trade?
- Chris Paul Sticking In OKC?
- JR Smith Meets With Bucks
- Justin Holiday Signs With Indiana

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