At that point, the only truly game-changing players available would be one of the Warriors 4 and two starters from the Celtics. Not many teams are 3 truly great players deep, let NBA Live Mobile Coins.
So you'll likely get say a team of guys like: draymond, horford/Hayward, Saric etc... not a world beating team but you'll have an all star + some decent talent sprinkled in. 4 would mean that you're getting rotation guys or good bench guys.
And then you do what the Thunder did where they get extra first round picks. We already saw something similar to the LV knights in the OKC Thunder, they just fucked it up.
When expansion does happen it will be interesting to see how much a team can protect. I would say 3 players seems fair, but 2 could lead to a great team. Like if you did it right now one of draymond/klay, Capela, jaylen brown/Hayward, saric/fultz are just some of the guys that would make up a new team.
I feel you're smoking on them crack rocks to assign klay for re-assignment over draymond. Not to minimize what he brings to the table, but in terms of replaceability I think it would be easier to replace DG than KT.
Rondo Khris Middleton Steven Adams So many other, that’s a legit 10 man rotation with depth at every position. Their is plenty others I’m not thinking about either.
I'd like to see Columbus get a team. Fastest growing city in the Midwest for several years in a row, population has been steadily growing, plenty of corporate money in the city for sponsorships and there's already an arena there ready to go. I don't know what it would do to the Cleveland TV marketing share, but I'm guessing that would be a negative impact.