Why Is There So Little NBA Player Movement In The First Three Months?

An earlier piece examined the circumstances by which a small percentage of players in the NBA can veto trades they are included in. The Collective Bargaining Agreement is a complicated thing, though, and those veto powers are not the only thing that prevents early-season player movement.

At this halfway point in the season, no trades are being made. There have been none since the complicated trade between the Houston Rockets and Oklahoma City Thunder of eight of their role players back on 30th September, a trade done purely for financial reasons; indeed, that deal was still only the fourth in the whole of September. And in August, there was only one, that being the deal that sent Patrick Beverley to the L.A. Lakers.

Of course, teams are almost always going to want to give the line-ups they assembled over the previous offseason a chance before changing things up. Rare is the big early-season trade – ones such as the move that sent James Harden to Brooklyn only a month into the 2020/21 season are the anomalies – and trades of lesser players are unnecessary so early. They need to know what they have before they can know how to improve it.

The various CBA provisions, however, also make early changes tough to do. Given all the prohibitions as to who can be traded where and when, it is perhaps no mystery as to why so few trades occur before the turn of the calendar year. Below, there follows a list of all the relevant prohibitions.

In addition to the various trade veto powers that players can hold, there also exist other circumstances in which a player cannot be traded, regardless of their individual consent. These can include both players unable to be traded to specific teams, or players unable to be traded anywhere, and it can be difficult to remember who is subject to what rule. What is clear, however, is how these rules stifle the market.

Firstly, as seen in the previous article, there is precisely one player with a full no-trade clauses: Bradley Beal of the Washington Wizards. There are a further sixteen players who have the right to veto based off of their current Bird right status: Kessler Edwards, Derrick Jones, Theo Pinson, Rodney McGruder, Andre Iguodala, Udonis Haslem, Victor Oladipo, Serge Ibaka, Jevon Carter, Wesley Matthews, Nathan Knight, Ryan Arcidiacono,Mike Muscala, James Harden, Bismack Biyombo and Drew Eubanks.

One more player, Deandre Ayton of the Phoenix Suns, also has the unique right to veto any trade he is in, on account of being in the first season of a matched offer sheet. He must consent to any trade this season, and even then, he cannot be traded to the team with whom he signed the offer sheet (Indiana) under any circumstances in 2022/23. And this is the sum total of player vetoes.

The other instances in which a player cannot be traded come about not from player vetoes, but from rules affecting everybody. The most common such rule is the one which states that players who sign as a free agent (including sign-and-trades) cannot be traded for at least three months, or until December 15th, whichever is later. This prohibition covered almost everyone who signed as a free agent this summer, and while that December date has now passed, it affected several dozen players, a sizeable chunk of the potential trade market. It also still affects some other signings; Stanley Johnson, Kemba Walker, Bruno Fernando, Blake Griffin, Anthony Lamb and Ty Jerome will all need to wait for their own three-month clocks to expire before they can be dealt.

In addition to that, players re-signed who received more than a 120% raise in the first year of their new contract over the last year of their previous one are not tradeable until January 15th, if they re-signed using Early or Full Bird rights and the team re-signing them is over cap. Players re-signed using a different exception (such as Pat Connaughton, who signed an extension rather than re-sign) do not qualify, nor do players re-signed to more than a 120% raise using Early or Full Bird rights as part of a sign-and-trade (as in the case of Collin Sexton). This criteria applies to Nic Claxton, Cody Martin, Zach LaVine, Vlatko Cancar, Kevon Looney, Jae’Sean Tate, Nicolas Batum, Amir Coffey, Tyus Jones, Dewayne Dedmon, Victor Oladipo, Jordan Nwora, Bobby Portis, Mitchell Robinson, Luguentz Dort, Mohamed Bamba, Jusuf Nurkic, Anfernee Simons and Chris Boucher; it also applies to Beal, Ayton and Oladipo, in tandem with the aforementioned requirement to consent.

Two-way contract players almost never get traded, for self-evident reasons (they are fringe NBA players, after all), yet a further provision prevents them from being traded within the first 30 days of signing. This means that as things stand, A.J. Lawson, Louis King, Jared Rhoden, Carlik Jones, Orlando Robinson and Matt Ryan are also currently untradeable.

Some players who signed extensions have in the process also taken themselves off the trade market. On account of signing Designated Veteran extensions (known as “supermax” deals colloquially), Devin Booker, Karl-Anthony Towns and Nikola Jokic cannot be traded until next July, and on account of signing non-supermax extensions that are nevertheless bigger than what would have been permissible in extend-and-trade transactions, each of LeBron James, Maxi Kleber, C.J. McCollum, Larry Nance Jr, Dean Wade and Andrew Wiggins have also made themselves untradeable until six months have passed since its signing.

Finally, any player acquired after July 1st in a trade cannot be traded back to the team who traded him until the following July 1st. This, then, prevents the following players from returning to the following teams.

  • Atlanta Vit Krejci (Oklahoma City), Justin Holiday (Sacramento), Dejounte Murray (San Antonio)
  • Boston Malcolm Brogdon (Milwaukee), Danilo Gallinari (Oklahoma City)
  • Brooklyn Royce O’Neale (Utah)
  • Cleveland Donovan Mitchell (Utah), Theo Maledon (Oklahoma City)
  • Dallas Christian Wood (Detroit)
  • Denver Ish Smith, Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (Washington)
  • Detroit Bojan Bogdanovic (Utah), Nerlens Noel, Alec Burks (New York)
  • Golden State Ty Jerome (Oklahoma City), JaMychal Green (Denver)
  • Houston Boban Marjanovic (Dallas)
  • Indiana Daniel Theis, Aaron Nesmith (Boston)
  • L.A. LakersPatrick Beverly (Minnesota & Utah)
  • Memphis Danny Green (Philadelphia)
  • Minnesota Rudy Gobert (Utah)
  • Philadelphia De’Anthony Melton (Memphis)
  • Phoenix Jock Landale (Atlanta & San Antonio)
  • Portland Jerami Grant (Detroit)
  • Sacramento Kevin Huerter (Atlanta)
  • San AntonioStanley Johnson (L.A. Lakers)
  • UtahKelly Olynyk (Detroit), Lauri Markkanen, Ochai Agbaji, Collin Sexton (Cleveland), Talen Horton-Tucker (L.A. Lakers), Jarred Vanderbilt, Leandro Bolmaro, Malik Beasley (Minnesota)
  • Washington Monte Morris, Will Barton (Denver)

In combination, then, there are plenty of complications standing in the way of early-season trades in the NBA. There are even more potential ones, too, which have either already passed (such as the prevention of trading players within their first 30 days of signing as a draft pick, or the provision that players received in trade by teams over the cap cannot be traded again for two months unless they are being traded alone) or which had no one to whom it applied (such as the need to wait two months before trading a player acquired off of waivers). The full list can be found here.

Even this ever-shortening list is still a long one, though. There remain a good many obstacles to making any trades in the NBA before January. So many, in fact, that it is almost miraculous that any occur at all.

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Best NBA Player Prop Bets Today: Luka Doncic & More, December 31

With nine NBA games going on on Saturday, there are a solid number of different player props that are currently being offered.

We’ll highlight the best props to target courtesy of DraftKings Sportsbook.

NBA Player Prop #1: Luka Doncic Under 33.5 Points (-110)

Dallas Mavericks vs San Antonio Spurs Match Details

Fixture: Dallas Mavericks @ San Antonio Spurs

Date & Time: Saturday, December 31, 7:00 pm EDT

Venue: AT&T Center, San Antonio, Texas

Luka Doncic has been on a tear lately, but he popped up on the injury report with left ankle soreness and should potentially get a couple of minutes off trying to avoid this from being anything that can be concerning.

Even with his 60-point performance, he is averaging 35.8 points in the last nine games, so he has had some lower-scoring nights. He’s not a good three-point shooter, but has made 14 threes in his last four games so there is going to be a correction. Go with the under on Doncic’s points.

NBA Player Prop #2: Bojan Bogdanovic Over 21.5 Points (-105)

Detroit Pistons vs. Minnesota Timberwolves Match Details

Fixture: Detroit Pistons @ Minnesota Timberwolves

Date & Time: Saturday, December 31, 8:00 pm EDT

Venue: Target Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota

With some injuries and suspensions infiltrating the Pistons roster, Bojan Bogdanovic is going to need to step up against the Minnesota Timberwolves team. He has been shooting well throughout the season, as he is connecting on 47.5 percent of his shots and 40.2 percent from beyond the arc.

Minnesota is the fourth-worst defense against the three as they are allowing 36.8 percent of the shots to fall against them. Go with Bogdanovic to score at least five points per quarter and hit the over.

NBA Player Prop #3: Patrick Williams Under 1.5 Assists (-120)

Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Chicago Bulls Match Details

Fixture: Cleveland Cavaliers @ Chicago Bulls

Date & Time: Saturday, December 31, 7:00 pm EDT

Venue: United Center, Chicago, Illinois

Patrick Williams is not a great passer of the basketball as he is averaging 1.3 assists per game throughout the season. He is more of a three and D player than anything else and is not looking to distribute the basketball.

In his only other game this season against Cleveland, he did not have any assists. Go with the under here.

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Angels News: MLB Insider Predicts Shohei Ohtani Wins Another MVP Next Season

Shohei Ohtani has taken the league by storm over the last two years. In 2021, he established himself as one of the best two-way players in MLB history, hitting .257 with 46 home runs and 100 RBIs with an OPS of .965, and going 9-2 with a 3.18 ERA and 1.09 WHIP. He did that on his way to becoming the 19th unanimous Most Valuable Player Award winner in MLB history.

Then, he followed that up with an even better 2022, hitting .273 with 34 home runs and 95 RBIs, and going 15-9 with a 2.33 ERA, a 1.01 WHIP and 219 strikeouts. He finished as the runner-up for the American League MVP award, and finished fourth in the American League Cy Young voting, although many believed that he should have finished even higher.

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NBA Executive Laughs Harden Serving as Mentor to Rockets

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James Harden #1 of the Philadelphia 76ers loses control of the ball in overtime ahead of defender Kevin Porter Jr. #3 of the Houston Rockets at Toyota Center on December 05, 2022 in Houston, Texas.

One of the hot rumors across the NBA in recent weeks has been the interest of James Harden to leave the Philadelphia 76ers and return to the Houston Rockets. The former MVP signed a two-year deal with the Sixers this offseason with the second year as a player option. The consensus coming into the season would be that he would opt out of the deal following the season in search of more long-term security, but there may not be as much of a certainty that this will be with the Sixers.

With so much attention spent on Harden’s desire, it feels there has not been enough attention paid to if Houston is interested in a reunion themselves. The youthful roster is loaded with young talent and is still a few years away from growing into true playoff threats. While many executives have spoken about the legitimacy of Harden’s interest, a recent report by Ric Bucher of Fox Sports stated that an Eastern Conference executive laughed at the idea of Harden serving a mentorship role on the Rockets.

Would the Rockets Want Harden?

There is no doubt there is value in having a veteran leader on a young team. Many argued the lack of veteran leadership came back to bite the Sixers when they transitioned out of their rebuild and began to contend. However, it also is fair to assess that Harden may not be an ideal candidate.

The jokes about his off-court interests and habits of partying write themselves among a team full of guys who have yet to turn 23. However, the greater concern falls with the on-court fit. Harden possesses one of the highest basketball IQs of any player in the NBA and makes passes that few other players can even identify. But he also is one of the most ball-dominant players in the league and each time he dribbles the ball for the first 15+ seconds of the shot clock, it takes the ball out of the young players’ hands.

Allowing young players to play through their struggles is even more important than providing the framework for veteran leadership. This is especially the case considering young Rockets’ standouts, such as Jalen Green and Kevin Porter Jr, are also very ball-dominant.

Why the Rockets Don’t Make Sense for Harden

It is no surprise Harden reflects fondly on his time in Houston. He played his best basketball in a Rockets jersey, including winning MVP, three scoring titles, and having some of the greatest regular season success of all time. There also is surely weight to Harden loving the city itself and enjoying being the heart of the entertainment and cultural influence of Houston.

However, the 33-year-old has also been extremely open about his desire to win a championship. Harden cited this as the reason he so publically demanded out of Houston less than two years ago. The frustrations of his partnership with Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving in a way that did not equate to winning also led him to force his way out of Brooklyn and to the Sixers. These reports of interest in returning to Houston would essentially close the championship window of Harden’s career and leave that box unchecked on his resume.

After going in-depth with Yaron Weitzman of Fox Sports just two weeks ago about the importance of his legacy to him, things just don’t seem to align. If Harden wants to continue to compete for a championship while playing a high-level contributing role, it will be difficult for him to find a better opportunity than in Philadelphia. All signs point to the rumors being nothing more than a leverage play for his upcoming contract, although that may be a more difficult decision for the Sixers than it was once expected to be.

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Xavier Cooks Is An NBA Player, Even If The NBA Has Not Noticed This Yet

Having spent his college career in the Big South Conference, Xavier Cooks passed largely under the radar.

He had put in the production across the board, averaging 17.2 points, 8.8 rebounds, 3.6 assists, 1.0 steals and 2.1 blocks per game as a senior, doing so in a slender 6’8 frame that should translate to the professional game. But the Big South is the Big South. Outside of the realm of pro scouts, few would have noticed.

Nevertheless, enough of said scouts noticed for Cooks to get some NBA looks. Upon graduating from Winthrop in the summer of 2018, he went to summer league with the Golden State Warriors, and came back for a second summer league stint the following year, this time with the Phoenix Suns. As Juan Toscano-Anderson proved in his fairytale rise to the rotation with the same Warriors team that had Cooks on its radar, if you have an NBA physical profile, you will be found. And Cooks does.

Aside from spending his first season in Germany, Cooks’ professional career to date has taken place back in his native Australia, where he is into his fourth year as a member of the Sydney Kings. Over the course of those four years, he has grown further as a player, and particularly offensively; the rather unique per game averages of 6.7 points, 9.0 rebounds and 1.3 blocks per game of his first season now give rise to 15.3 points, 8.2 rebounds and 3.4 assists per game so far this year.

Furthermore, in addition to the added output, he has become Australia’s highlight reel. Big dunks are becoming a regular occurrence, and with his NBA length, athleticism and burst, he can crush it on anyone. So, he does.

Beyond his NBA physical profile, Cooks brings skills to the table as well. With a decent-enough handle for a face-up four man (and/or more traditional small forward), Cooks can run, post, shoot a bit, and has excellent passing vision to hit other cutters. He can be the one others drive and kick to for a drive of his own, or the one doing the driving and kicking. He can be the one running the lane in transition, or the one leading it. Cooks rolls, runs, moves off the ball, attacks the rim, attacks the glass, posts the smalls, drives closeouts by the bigs, and passes on the move better than most forwards. Without being a go-to guy, he is always into something.

Cooks is also always into something defensively, too. With a history of having to defend the paint due to his time in the Big South, he takes charges in the lane, and outside of it, his good length and activity on make him a threat to deflect. He can be backed down by bigger opponents, but he is invariably quicker than them (at the Australian level at least), and he times everything well. Those hands get everywhere. With good length and great hands, Cooks fronts and anticipates, is always aggressive, and his hands get everywhere.

If the above sounds something like the skillset of Giannis Antetokounmpo, then I got carried away. Cooks is best in space with time to drive; his handle is not too tight in traffic, he has not the strength or skill to much seal and finish or create down low, and the snatchy shooting form means jumpers will likely always be an occasional part of his arsenal. Despite the burst, he does not have the power of a Giannis type, and he never will.

The aforementioned Toscano-Anderson, though, would again serve as a decent comparison. And precisely because of that, there is no reason that Cooks could not occupy a place on an NBA bench just as his Mexican forebear does. After all, now aged 27, he is about the same age that Toscano-Anderson did it too.

Because it ends far sooner than every other basketball league with an autumn start date, the Australian NBL is uniquely positioned. Players can sign up for a season in Australia, complete it, and then still come over to join an NBA team for the final stages of this, just as Andrew Bogut did in the 2018/19 season.

I am not saying that Xavier Cooks will do the same. But I am definitely saying that he could. And if he can, he should.

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AJHL becoming a talent factory for the NCAA

Blackfalds Bulldogs defenceman Tanner Willick battling for the puck against the Olds Grizzlys Friday night at Eagle Builders Centre in Blackfalds. (Photo by Ian Gustafson/ Advocate staf)

Blackfalds Bulldogs defenceman Tanner Willick battling for the puck against the Olds Grizzlys Friday night at Eagle Builders Centre in Blackfalds. (Photo by Ian Gustafson/ Advocate staf)

According to a recent study, there may not be a better time to play in the Alberta Junior Hockey League (AJHL) than right now.

In many cases for Junior A players who play in leagues such as the AJHL, the most common next step is to head to the NCAA to play Division I hockey in the U.S.

What College Hockey Inc. has discovered is there have never been this many Albertans playing hockey in the NCAA as there are in the 2022/23 season with 102 players. Of those 102 players, 92 of them played in the AJHL.

Alberta is nearly the top province in Canada and only trail Ontario which has 161 players.

Head coach of the AJHL’s Blackfalds Bulldogs Doug Quinn expects the NCAA teams are beginning to recognize what a good league the AJHL is.

“There’s always a perception that the B.C. had the better league because they had more committed players but the AJHL is improving,” he said. “The AJHL programs are doing more in a lot of exposure with some of the high-end teams in Brooks and Spruce Grove. Blackfalds is looking to create a similar environment.”

He explained for players who are playing in the AJHL committing to the NCAA is the usual school route and is a great way to earn an education.

“It’s an opportunity to be a part of the U.S. college environment and even for the development of your hockey. You play a few years in the AJHL and if you make the NCAA it actually lengthens that opportunity to showcase and keep moving up,” Quinn said.

“Whereas the Western Hockey League probably prepares you better if professional hockey is the only goal you have. The thing is you have such a short window to showcase your skills in major junior hockey so if you don’t perform by the time you’re done junior you’re basically on the downward trend.”

“Going through the AJHL just lengthens that window to continue to move forward.”

The Bulldogs alone have 10 players this season who have committed to play NCAA Division I hockey, half of which were already committed prior to a trade to the Bulldogs. This means in Blackfalds’ second season in the league they’ve helped five players earn a spot in the NCAA this season.

This accomplishment is something the organization is very proud of.

“It’s a huge deal,” he said. “That’s what our program is about is to bring in kids and give them opportunities to develop, grow, and get them to the next level. For our level, the NCAA is the goal so to have so many committed this year it’s been great for the kids and for our program.”

Bulldogs forward Connor Dick from Sherwood Park, Alta. committed Northern Michigan University in November to play Div. I hockey.

In his rookie season, the 17-year-old has 10 goals and 11 assists in 35 games so far. Last year he played U18 AAA in the Alberta Elite Hockey League for the Sherwood Park Kings notching 15 goals and 13 assists.

Dick said there was no question he wanted the NCAA as the next step in his career.

“You can go pro through it or you can get a degree in what you’re going to study. There’s just lots you can get from it,” he said.

Dick came to the decision to commit to Northern Michigan after they flew him down there to check out the campus and meet the team. It seemed like an awesome place to attend and it all came to fruition after a scout talked to him at the AJHL Showcase earlier this year in Blackfalds.

“They loved my speed, shot, and my work ethic. They wanted me to come to the school to score goals and just create offence,” he said.

Bulldogs defenceman Tanner Willick was the most recent member to commit to American International College (AIC) and will head to school for the 2024/2025 season.

The 19-year-old was traded to the Bulldogs in the offseason from the Drumheller Dragons and has posted three goals and 27 points in 32 games. During his rookie year in Drumheller in 2021/22, he scored nine goals and 28 assists.

“I think in the past two to five years the AJHL has really stepped up… I think colleges are starting to realize that and see that kids in the AJHL can play at the NCAA level,” he said.

The Saskatoon, Sask. native committed to them because it was an ideal fit for him and he liked the situation he’ll be walking into once he makes the transition.

His commitment came after a year of keeping in contact with the school but while he played in the World Junior A Challenge the school offered him a spot and he couldn’t refuse.

It also helped to have a familiar face at AIC, Grayson Dietrich who he played with in Drumheller, that is also attending the school.

“They really opened their arms up to my family and I and I felt it was the best option for me to take,” Willick said.

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Blackfalds Bulldogs forward Connor Dick gets tangled up with an Olds Grizzlys player Friday night at Eagle Builders Centre. (Photo by Ian Gustafson/ Advocate staff)

Blackfalds Bulldogs forward Connor Dick gets tangled up with an Olds Grizzlys player Friday night at Eagle Builders Centre. (Photo by Ian Gustafson/ Advocate staff)

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Florida man cited after dog dyed to look like Pikachu spotted courtside at NBA game

MIAMI, Fla. (WFLA) — A Florida man was cited by Miami-Dade Animal Services after photos of a dog with its fur died to look like the Pokémon character “Pikachu” went viral this week.

The Pomeranian was spotted sitting courtside at a Miami Heat game on Monday, according to NBC Miami, but the dog was already on animal officials’ radar. Animal services noticed its bright yellow fur during an inspection at the World Famous Puppies store in Doral on Dec. 21.

“Pikachu was in the store,” Kathleen Labrada, Assistant Director of Miami-Dade Animal Services, told NBC Miami. “There was a staff member holding the dog in her lap.”

Labrada said it is “unlawful for any person to possess, sell or otherwise transfer within the County any dyed or artificially colored rabbit or other animal.” One week after the inspection, animal services informed shop owner Eric Torres they are issuing a $200 citation.

It was the 16th citation filed against World Famous Puppies since they were licensed in March 2021, according to NBC Miami. Many of the citations came from customer complaints alleging the store sold them sick dogs.

“Puppies are very delicate,” Torres told NBC Miami in response to the allegations. “They do tend to have very low immune systems as they develop and so it’s the nature of the business that dogs do get sick.”

Torres said the dyed dog is his family pet and isn’t for sale. He told NBC Miami he plans to appeal the citation and claimed the yellow dye is safe for dogs – so safe that he could eat it himself.

Torres plans on leaving the dye on the dog, but will keep it outside of Miami-Dade County. He also intends to appeal the citation.

“At the end of the day, I had no idea this ordinance even existed,” Torres told NBC Miami. “We’re not allowed to have possession of [the dog] so it’s been kind of freaking me out.”

Miami-Dade Animal Services told NBC Miami they never planned on removing the dog from Torres’ care.

When asked about the dog going viral, Torres said, “it’s made NBA history because nobody’s ever seen a Pikachu dog sitting next to a NBA player before.”

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HolidayUnder100 Helps Plan Best Value Holidays for Residents Across the UK – World News Report

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