NBA Trade Rumors: Russell Westbrook For Boston Celtics? Cavaliers And Lakers Also Want Westbrook Via NBA Trade?

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The latest NBA Trade rumors are saying that The Boston Celtics are trying to sign a deal with Russell Westbrook. It may not be an easy task though because many teams are also rooting for Russell Westbrook. Here you can check out the teams which are having a tug of war just to ?get the athlete.

Cleveland Cavaliers

Cleveland Cavaliers may trade ?Kyrie Irving to get Russell Westbrook. He will be the strong contender in the team. In fact, Cavaliers need a player who can support Kevin Love. Kevin Love and Russell Westbrook?s chemistry may make magic in the upcoming season. There is a rumor that DeMarcus Cousins is coming to Cavaliers from Kings. So, Westbrook-Cousins-Love will be a challenging combination.

Los Angeles Lakers

Los Angeles Lakers may also like to see ?Russell Westbrook as a free agent. According to bleacher report, Lakers are signing a contract with popular players like Luol Deng and Timofey Mozgov. These senior players can build a great team with youngsters such as Brandon Ingram, D’Angelo Russell, Jordan Clarkson and Julius Randle. Having Russell Westbrook will boost the confidence of all senior and young players of Lakers.

Minnesota Timberwolves and the Chicago Bulls are also interested in Westbrook.

Russell Westbrook Will Reject The Offers?

This is also a possibility. Westbrook may show his respect to Oklahoma City Thunders by continuing the contract. ?Westbrook has been playing for Oklahoma City Thunders since eight seasons. Thunder is already in critical condition due to star player Kevin Durant?s departure. If another stronger player leaves the team, Thunder may lose the winning spirit. Westbrook may miss Kevin Durant in the court. Thunder may bring either Sacramento Kings Rudy Gay or Golden State Warriors Harrison Barnes in order to support Russell Westbrook.

The BitBag readers, would you like to see Russell Westbrook in a different team? Post your comments below.

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