What’s the biggest NBA trade so far?
Another NBA off-season has given us plenty to take in as many big names across the league have moved or are close to moving.
A portion of this year’s sign and trades have been some of the elder statesmen of the game searching for championships.
A great example of this is the move that Steve Nash has made from Phoenix to the Lakers. Most people believe that Nash’s move to L.A means that the Lakers will be able to once again make the playoffs and possibly even match it with the Thunder.
The championship-winning Miami Heat have also done very well for themselves so far, as they have acquired the services of sharpshooters Ray Allen and Rashard Lewis. There is no doubting Allen and Lewis are looking to finish off their careers with a championship or two and going to Miami will give them a great chance.
Another big mover so far this off-season has been the Brooklyn Nets. Having re-signed star point guard Deron Williams, the Nets have signed Hawks star Joe Johnson and they are chasing the signature of Dwight Howard.
Knicks guard Jeremy Lin, who burst on to the scene this season, has reportedly signed a deal with the Houston Rockets.
To counter this loss, the New York Knicks made the huge move to get Jason Kidd and the move payed off as Kidd left his championship-winning team mates in Dallas.
Along with the done trades, there are still some key signatures up for grabs.
The focus of all attention this off-season has been Dwight Howard. First there was interest from the Lakers, but now it seems that the Nets are the new front-runners. There are reports of a four team trade on the table that will see them get Howard and the Magic clear up some salary cap room.
Also Phoenix veteran Grant Hill looks be on the move, with a move to the Lakers to be with team mate Steve Nash the most likely. But it is reported that the Heat and Thunder are also in contention as Hill chases championship glory.
What do you think the biggest trade has been Roarers?