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Sports NBA Podcast: Winners and losers of the offseason so far

04:06  24 november  2020
04:06  24 november  2020 Source:   thescore.com

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In this episode, we break down the biggest winners and losers of the offseason to date, including:

  • How Marc Gasol, Montrezl Harrell, Dennis Schroder, and Wesley Matthews fit with the improved Lakers
  • The Suns filled out their bench in impressive fashion after the Chris Paul trade
  • The Blazers addressed their biggest weakness but appear to have a logjam at power forward
  • The Sixers balanced their roster, with help from Mike Muscala
  • The Hawks' spending spree makes them better, but is Danilo Gallinari the right addition for a defensively challenged team? And where does John Collins fit in?
  • What, exactly, are the Pistons trying to do?
  • Christian Wood is a great fit on the Rockets, but it's unclear which version of the team he's joining
  • Is there a rationale for the Hornets' crazy Gordon Hayward overpay?
  • Did the Celtics sabotage themselves in sign-and-trade talks with the Pacers?
  • What does the Bucks' roller-coaster offseason amount to?
  • The Warriors softened the blow of Klay Thompson's injury by adding $68 million to their luxury-tax bill
  • The downside of OKC's sole focus on draft-pick accumulation

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