Meanwhile, another former NBA star may be heading to Taiwan. DeMarcus Cousins is the latest veteran to be linked with a move abroad after receiving no offers in the off-season. Cousins played for the Milwaukee Bucks and Denver Nuggets last season.
Here’s the latest NBA rumor report for November 25th from Sportskeeda.
The Jazz plans to keep Jordan Clarkson and Laurie Markkanen
The Utah Jazz are the most amazing team of the season so far, with the most wins in a stacked Western Conference. Many NBA pundits predicted that the Jazz would be one of the worst teams in the league this season, but they are quite the opposite.
Despite their impressive start to the season, the Jazz may be active before the trade deadline. They still have players like Mike Conley, Malik Beasley, Laurie Markkanen, Jared Vanderbilt, Kelly Olynyk and Jordan Clarkson, who could all contribute to championship contenders.
According to Jake Fisher of Yahoo! Sports, Jazz have no intention of trading Markkanen and Clarkson. Markkanen is having a surprise campaign, while Clarkson has thrived as a starter. Fisher noted that Conley, Beasley, Olynyk, and Vanderbilt are trade candidates.
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Warriors is interested in Myles Turner and Jakob Poeltl
The Golden State Warriors may be looking to bolster their roster as they continue to struggle this season. The Warriors have several key assets that could be of interest to rebuilding teams. They have first-round picks, as well as a handful of young players with potential.
Eric Pincus of Bleache Report cited executives around the NBA saying the Warriors could be active by the deadline. Executives note that Golden State may be looking to add a defensive winger like Jae Crowder, who is looking to move away from the Phoenix Suns.
The Warriors are also expected to add a big man to boost their depth, with Miles Turner and Jacob Boltle as potential targets. Turner’s contract expires, while the San Antonio Spurs are potential deadline sellers. Turner and Boltell are both great defensive players and can help Golden State’s defense finish in the 27th.
3 NBA teams are interested in Jae Crowder
Jay Crowder has no plans to play for the Phoenix Suns this season. Both sides are doing their best to find the right trade. The Suns are actively talking to several NBA teams for a potential deal.
According to Bleache Report’s Eric Pincus, at least three teams are currently interested in acquiring Crowder. They are the Milwaukee Bucks, Atlanta Hawks, and Golden State Warriors. The Bucks are looking to solidify their roster for a championship race.
The Hawks do the same, given the bizarre bout of John Collins and Clint Capella in the middle. The Warriors are looking to improve their depth and defense, which Crowder brings to the table.
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The former NBA star may be heading to Taiwan
Dwight Howard’s move to Taiwan has opened doors for many NBA veterans looking for work. Howard signed with the Taoyuan Leopards two weeks ago and made his debut recently. The Leopards are a team in the T1 League, which is one of two active professional leagues in Taiwan.
According to Taiwan News’ Duncan DeAeth, DeMarcus Cousins will be the next NBA All-Star to join the T1 League. DeAeth has indicated that either the Tainan TSG Ghosthawks or Kaohsiung Aquas will secure Cousins’ services.
Cousins is a four-time All-Star who last played for the Denver Nuggets. He’s been a skilled driver since suffering two major injuries, a torn Achilles tendon in 2018 and a torn anterior cruciate ligament in 2019. He’s also only 32 years old, so he has a lot to offer many teams.
Pistons receive inquiries for your honest
The Detroit Pistons are one of the worst teams in the NBA to start the season, with only five wins at the moment. The Pistons are a young team led by Cady Cunningham, Jaden Ivey and Jalen Doreen. But despite their roster potential, Detroit isn’t opposed to making moves before the trade deadline.
Jake Fisher of Yahoo! And the newspaper “Sports” reported that the Pistons are making early inquiries about Bey’s friend. The 23-year-old is in his third season and has been an untouchable asset for Detroit.
However, Bay struggled to replicate his success last season. He is currently averaging 14.7 points, 4.8 rebounds, and 1.6 assists, while shooting just 40.8% from the field and 29.0% from outside the arc.
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