Brooklyn McGee’s trade interest in filling the bottom of the net.
The Brooklyn Nets are seriously considering reinforcement under the goal.
According to local sources, Brooklyn is interested in the Cleveland Cavaliers’ Jabale McGee (Center-Forward, 213cm, 122kg) 토토사이트
Brooklyn seems to have met Cleveland twice, and if the conditions are right, he seems to be trying to recruit McGee to fill the bottom of the net. Brooklyn originally set up a center with Gerrett Allen (Cleveland) and DeAndre Jordan, but had to send Alan to the James Harden trade. In the end, Jordan is on the starting line, but he is exposing quite a few limitations.
Recently, Brooklyn secured a $5.7 million injury-player exception. However, it is not easy to find a suitable center in the transfer market. As a result, trade seems to be in mind. Since he has already poured a lot of future assets into Harden Trading, he does not deserve a trade card, but he can also send multiple second-round tickets or players other than his power to win the trade.
If possible, it can be helpful to bring McGee through a trade and reinforce the outside defender through an exception. However, it remains to be seen whether the two will succeed. As Brooklyn is challenging to win, I wonder if he should bring Jordan to McGee, but there is no center other than Jordan at the moment, and it is difficult to find another center under current conditions.
McGee is classified as out of power in Cleveland. With Andre Drummond in Cleveland, Alan was added to the trade, establishing a solid center line. Adding to the existing Larry Nance Jr., there is no room for McGee to squeeze in. If Cleveland also uses McGee to win multiple second-round tickets, it could be a good deal.
McGee has played 16.9 minutes per game in 13 games this season, scoring 8 points (441.364.600), 6.2 rebounds, 1.3 assists, and 1.1 blocks. As the records show, it takes about 15 minutes to be efficient enough. In particular, considering that Jordan, whose defense has clearly become dull, has to take responsibility for a lot of time, McGee’s addition is not without room for help.
If he is traded to Brooklyn, he will have a chance to win again. Having already served as a limited starting center for the Golden State Warriors and the Los Angeles Lakers, he is expected to play a similar role in Brooklyn. However, the role in the pick game is limited, and there are not many things to expect from the attack.