NBA Trade rumors are predicting that Blake Griffin will change his team. He may accept Miami Heat for the next season.
Miami Heat is looking for a star player. It is willing to have a deal with Stephan Curry. However, one more player is required, and it will be Blake Griffin.
Miami Heat has to convince Griffin to leave his present team Los Angeles Clippers in order to join Miami Heat. The Heat’s President Pat Riley can really do that, according to Inquisitr. A long time ago, he had convinced Lebron James to leave Cleveland Cavaliers.
Spending a lot on Blake Griffin will not be a loss for any team because he had scored 21.4 points, 8.4 rebounds, and 4.9 assists per game in the previous season. His is a consistent performer.
Blake Griffin will be the free agent in 2017. Cleveland Cavaliers wants to have a player who can a give a tough competition to Golden State Warriors. Warriors has Kevin Durant.
Griffin?s name is also heard with Oklahoma City Thunder. He is more connected to Oklahoma. Griffin was brought up in that city. He had played for Oklahoma during tournaments when he was in college. Russell Westbrook has extended his contract with Oklahoma City Thunder. Russell Westbrook and Blake Griffin combination will be deadly for Golden State Warriors.
Chicago Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg has also said that his team can accept a great player. ?We have multiple playmakers now, multiple guys who can get in the paint. We do have floor spacing on this team. It will be important to have guys who can knock down shots. Great players always figure it out. It has to be about one thing, and that?s winning. Based on who has the hot hand on any given night, you play through that guy, and the rest of the team plays off him,? Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg said.
Los Angeles Clippers not likely to continue its deal with Blake Griffin due to his injuries. ?We have a priority of trying to just keep making our team better. Obviously because of the injuries?Blake?s in particular?we literally don?t know what we could have done. Even during the playoffs, he still wasn?t a hundred percent,? the head coach and president of basketball operations Doc Rivers said.
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