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NBA News: NBA Superstars’ New Sidekicks, Offseason Trade Ideas

NBA News: For teams fortunate enough to already have a superstar in the fold, the good news is the heaviest lifting is already done.

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While having many stars on your roster guarantees nothing, as the Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets discovered this season, neglecting to do so nearly ensures you’ll be watching someone else’s championship celebration from afar.

The good news for clubs that already have a superstar on their roster is that the heavy job has already been done. Still, finding the proper sidekick may be difficult. So we’re here to provide a hand with a quartet of offseason trade suggestions to match stalled superstars with the appropriate co-star.

NBA News: Rudy Gobert, Mike Conley, and Nickeil Alexander-Walker join the Dallas Mavericks

Spencer Dinwiddie, Reggie Bullock, Dwight Powell, Tim Hardaway Jr., Josh Green, the No. 26 selection (which can’t be moved until after the draught) and a 2025 first-round pick go to the Utah Jazz.

NBA Superstars' New Sidekicks, Offseason Trade Ideas
NBA Superstars’ New Sidekicks, Offseason Trade Ideas

READ MORE: Frank Vogel was fired by the Lakers in part owing to his inability to utilize Russell Westbrook’s potential

After a third first-round exit in four years, the Jazz appears to be the league’s most likely plug-puller this summer. Even if they don’t go all-out destruction, the significant change appears to be on the way.

NBA News: Jerami Grant, Isaiah Stewart, Kelly Olynyk, and a 2025 first-round selection go to the Utah Jazz (top-three protected)

Rudy Gobert joins the Detroit Pistons.

While the prior Gobert deal may have thrilled the Jazz brass, it may not have been the simplest to sell to Donovan Mitchell.

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This may be the one that Mitchell notices, depending on his assessment of Jerami Grant, who has averaged 20.9 points per game since the start of last season.

NBA News: Atlanta Has Finally Found a Second Star to Complement Trae Young

Ben Simmons and Cam Thomas have been assigned to the Atlanta Hawks.

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Clint Capela, Bogdan Bogdanovic, and the No. 16 selection go to the Brooklyn Nets.

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When the Hawks were looking for Trae Young’s co-star early this season, they seriously considered Ben Simmons for the part. According to Shams Charania of The Athletic, Atlanta was the “most committed” Simmons suitor leading up to the deadline.

NBA News: Memphis goes all-in for new running back Ja Morant

Pascal Siakam and Malachi Flynn have been acquired by the Memphis Grizzlies

Steven Adams, De’Anthony Melton, Zaire Williams, Brandon Clarke, No. 22 selection (through Utah Jazz), 2023 first-round pick (top-three protected), and 2024 first-round pick are received by the Toronto Raptors (top-four protected, via Golden State Warriors)

The Grizzlies might be on the verge of winning a title. Why would they think of making such a drastic change? There are several causes for this.

First, Memphis is one of just eight teams in this championship competition, and each is among the best in the league. There’s a good chance the Bears won’t be parading down Beale Street this summer.

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READ MORE: The NBA community is outraged by Dillon Brooks’ flagrant 2 fouls on Gary Payton II

NBA news: The history of NBA titles is dominated by multi-star teams. Read this article for this NBA News.

While having many stars on your roster guarantees nothing, as the Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets discovered this season, neglecting to do so nearly ensures you’ll be watching someone else’s championship celebration from afar.

The good news for clubs that already have a superstar on their roster is that the heavy job has already been done. Still, finding the proper sidekick may be difficult. So we’re here to provide a hand with a quartet of offseason trade suggestions to match stalled superstars with the appropriate co-star.

NBA News: Rudy Gobert, Mike Conley, and Nickeil Alexander-Walker join the Dallas Mavericks

Spencer Dinwiddie, Reggie Bullock, Dwight Powell, Tim Hardaway Jr., Josh Green, the No. 26 selection (which can’t be moved until after the draught) and a 2025 first-round pick go to the Utah Jazz.

NBA Superstars' New Sidekicks, Offseason Trade Ideas
NBA Superstars’ New Sidekicks, Offseason Trade Ideas

READ MORE: Frank Vogel was fired by the Lakers in part owing to his inability to utilize Russell Westbrook’s potential

After a third first-round exit in four years, the Jazz appears to be the league’s most likely plug-puller this summer. Even if they don’t go all-out destruction, the significant change appears to be on the way.

NBA News: Jerami Grant, Isaiah Stewart, Kelly Olynyk, and a 2025 first-round selection go to the Utah Jazz (top-three protected)

Rudy Gobert joins the Detroit Pistons.

While the prior Gobert deal may have thrilled the Jazz brass, it may not have been the simplest to sell to Donovan Mitchell.

This may be the one that Mitchell notices, depending on his assessment of Jerami Grant, who has averaged 20.9 points per game since the start of last season.

NBA News: Atlanta Has Finally Found a Second Star to Complement Trae Young

Ben Simmons and Cam Thomas have been assigned to the Atlanta Hawks.

Clint Capela, Bogdan Bogdanovic, and the No. 16 selection go to the Brooklyn Nets.

When the Hawks were looking for Trae Young’s co-star early this season, they seriously considered Ben Simmons for the part. According to Shams Charania of The Athletic, Atlanta was the “most committed” Simmons suitor leading up to the deadline.

NBA News: Memphis goes all-in for new running back Ja Morant

Pascal Siakam and Malachi Flynn have been acquired by the Memphis Grizzlies

Steven Adams, De’Anthony Melton, Zaire Williams, Brandon Clarke, No. 22 selection (through Utah Jazz), 2023 first-round pick (top-three protected), and 2024 first-round pick are received by the Toronto Raptors (top-four protected, via Golden State Warriors)

The Grizzlies might be on the verge of winning a title. Why would they think of making such a drastic change? There are several causes for this.

First, Memphis is one of just eight teams in this championship competition, and each is among the best in the league. There’s a good chance the Bears won’t be parading down Beale Street this summer.

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READ MORE: The NBA community is outraged by Dillon Brooks’ flagrant 2 fouls on Gary Payton II

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NBA news: The history of NBA titles is dominated by multi-star teams. Read this article for this NBA News.

While having many stars on your roster guarantees nothing, as the Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets discovered this season, neglecting to do so nearly ensures you’ll be watching someone else’s championship celebration from afar.

The good news for clubs that already have a superstar on their roster is that the heavy job has already been done. Still, finding the proper sidekick may be difficult. So we’re here to provide a hand with a quartet of offseason trade suggestions to match stalled superstars with the appropriate co-star.

NBA News: Rudy Gobert, Mike Conley, and Nickeil Alexander-Walker join the Dallas Mavericks

Spencer Dinwiddie, Reggie Bullock, Dwight Powell, Tim Hardaway Jr., Josh Green, the No. 26 selection (which can’t be moved until after the draught) and a 2025 first-round pick go to the Utah Jazz.

NBA Superstars' New Sidekicks, Offseason Trade Ideas
NBA Superstars’ New Sidekicks, Offseason Trade Ideas

READ MORE: Frank Vogel was fired by the Lakers in part owing to his inability to utilize Russell Westbrook’s potential

After a third first-round exit in four years, the Jazz appears to be the league’s most likely plug-puller this summer. Even if they don’t go all-out destruction, the significant change appears to be on the way.

NBA News: Jerami Grant, Isaiah Stewart, Kelly Olynyk, and a 2025 first-round selection go to the Utah Jazz (top-three protected)

Rudy Gobert joins the Detroit Pistons.

While the prior Gobert deal may have thrilled the Jazz brass, it may not have been the simplest to sell to Donovan Mitchell.

This may be the one that Mitchell notices, depending on his assessment of Jerami Grant, who has averaged 20.9 points per game since the start of last season.

NBA News: Atlanta Has Finally Found a Second Star to Complement Trae Young

Ben Simmons and Cam Thomas have been assigned to the Atlanta Hawks.

Clint Capela, Bogdan Bogdanovic, and the No. 16 selection go to the Brooklyn Nets.

When the Hawks were looking for Trae Young’s co-star early this season, they seriously considered Ben Simmons for the part. According to Shams Charania of The Athletic, Atlanta was the “most committed” Simmons suitor leading up to the deadline.

NBA News: Memphis goes all-in for new running back Ja Morant

Pascal Siakam and Malachi Flynn have been acquired by the Memphis Grizzlies

Steven Adams, De’Anthony Melton, Zaire Williams, Brandon Clarke, No. 22 selection (through Utah Jazz), 2023 first-round pick (top-three protected), and 2024 first-round pick are received by the Toronto Raptors (top-four protected, via Golden State Warriors)

The Grizzlies might be on the verge of winning a title. Why would they think of making such a drastic change? There are several causes for this.

First, Memphis is one of just eight teams in this championship competition, and each is among the best in the league. There’s a good chance the Bears won’t be parading down Beale Street this summer.

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READ MORE: The NBA community is outraged by Dillon Brooks’ flagrant 2 fouls on Gary Payton II

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