NBA News Portland Trail Blazers leans allegedly trade for Sixers

The Portland Trail Blazers apparently have a trade offer of Philadelphia 76ers in the offseason around Ben Simmons for C.J. McCollum rejected. Meanwhile, a package of the Indiana Pacers could not convince the Sixers.

This comes from reports of the athletic and from Marc Stein. According to information from athetic -insider Shams Charania, there were talks between the Sixers and the Trail Blazers in the offseason with respect to a potential Simmons trades. The Point Guard wants to leave the franchise, demanded a trade in the summer and is currently in strike.

However, a deal has not been concluded as the claims of the Sixers were too high. Philadelphia is said to have demanded a package around McCollum, three rounds of finish and three pick-swaps in exchange for Simmons. This has rejected Portland. Trade talks with other teams should probably not have come far due to the high demands of Sixers-Boss Daryyl Morey.

A team that was finally sought by several sources of interest on 25-year-old Australians is Indiana. According to Marc Stein Philadelphia, Pacers should not have convinced Malcolm Brogdon and Caris Levert. The Cavaliers, Pistons, Timberwolves, Spurs and Raptors should have knocked in Philly for Simmons over the past few weeks.

Apparently, the Sixers continue to hope that Damian Lillard is available on the trade market. After speculation in summer, however, the Point Guard continued to demand no trade from the Blazers and instead wool the blazers give another chance.

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Simmons, on the other hand, broke his tents in Philadelphia. Allegedly, his property should already be empty and will be offered for sale shortly. Nevertheless, the Sixers hope that the three-time All-Star still encounters the team to increase his trade-value. In the past season, the defensive ass, on average, set up 14.3 points, 7.2 rebounds and 6.9 assists at 55.7 percent out of the field, but in the playoffs he disappointed it offensively all the line.

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