【2018-19老鹰赛季】在亚特兰大迈向林来疯第7年


(Jlinhkfan) #472

Here you are. Enjoy! :rose:
Hawks general manager Travis Schlenk made it clear that his team is certainly listening to trade offers ahead of the Feb. 7 NBA trade deadline. The team is clearly in rebuilding mode and almost certainly won’t make the playoffs this season, which makes Atlanta one of a handful of sure sellers.

The Hawks were sellers last year and most people thought they would trade Marco Belinelli and Ersan Ilyasova at the deadline, but they didn’t because they couldn’t find the right deal to make. Schlenk repeated that the Hawks aren’t going to make a deal this year if it doesn’t make sense for them.

“We’re looking for future assets,” Schlenk said. “We already have five picks in this draft and more than likely, two firsts and three seconds. Any of the deals we do will be future assets or a deal that maybe will increase our (cap) flexibility moving forward. We’re still on the same trajectory. We’re certainly listening to a lot of stuff, but we’re not going to do a bad deal or do a deal that will hamper our objectives.”

Head coach Lloyd Pierce said he has addressed the team about the deadline and how rumors are going to start flying, which they have. Kent Bazemore, Dewayne Dedmon, Jeremy Lin and Taurean Prince all have been mentioned in trade possibilities.

“We’ve come out and said, ‘Hey, the deadline is on the seventh, and rumors are about to start happening. Jeremy, you were in a rumor. What rumor were you in?’ ” Pierce told The Athletic. “When you just put it out there and talk about it, there are no secrets. There’s no need to not talk about it. What happens is when you say, ‘Hey, Jeremy, are you in a trade rumor?’ Jeremy said he’s been in trade rumors every year of his career. You just have to diffuse the situation. They deal with it. They talk to their agents, and as soon as rumors start coming out, there’s, of course, some concern. But once you tackle it and get ahead of the story, you kind of lighten the mood. We talk about all of those things.”

Here’s a look at the Hawks’ roster and the likelihood each player gets moved.

Not going anywhere

John Collins: Collins is a borderline All-Star this season and one of the foundational pieces of this young Hawks team. He’s about as close as one can get to being an untouchable asset on this team. In the middle of his second season, Collins is averaging more than 18 points and 10 rebounds per game. He finished with a career-high 35 points against Chicago on Wednesday night.

Trae Young: There’s obviously a segment of the fanbase that always will look at Young with a negative slant because he was traded for rookie wunderkind Luka Doncic. Like it or not, Young is one of the foundational pieces of the Hawks moving forward. In his past 15 games, Young has averaged 17 points and seven assists per game. His shooting splits are starting to show improvement, as he’s shooting 43 percent from the floor and 37 percent from 3-point range. He may never be as good as Doncic, but Young’s elite playmaking abilities certainly make him a valuable asset.

Kevin Huerter: Huerter has been one of the positive surprises for the Hawks and this year’s rookie class so far. Huerter replaced Bazemore in the starting lineup in December and certainly has shown he’s deserving of a spot in the starting five.

What would be the point?

Vince Carter: Carter decided to sign a one-year deal with the Hawks this past offseason over contenders because he wanted to get some playing time instead of being someone at the end of the bench for a contender. He also chose Atlanta for broadcasting purposes given that Turner’s studios are in the city. The only way Carter doesn’t remain on the Hawks’ roster by the end of the year is if he decides this is his final season and wants to retire elsewhere. But he has given no indication that this is it for him.

DeAndre’ Bembry: In his third season, Bembry has shown that he belongs. He has developed into arguably the Hawks’ best defender and is now starting in place of Prince. Bembry is probably not a part of the Hawks’ future plans as far as seeing him in the starting lineup, but he has shown that he’s a solid piece and someone they should keep because he is a quality rotational player who can come in and offer lockdown defense and some baskets at the rim. He’s still ineffective as a shooter and turns the ball over too much, but it’s hard to see the Hawks parting ways with him.

Omari Spellman: Spellman has not shown much this season, unlike the other two rookies. It has been a struggle for him in his adjustment to the league. He went from 254 pounds at the draft combine to 293 pounds in December. He’s back down to 270, but he still needs to get in better shape. The Hawks like that Spellman can play the five and space the floor. He’s already one of the best shooting bigs in the league as he ranks in the 78th percentile at 38 percent from 3, per Cleaning The Glass. As he is now, it’s hard to see him being an every-game starter but, like Bembry, Spellman can be a good rotational player down the road, and that’s why the team wouldn’t be willing to give up on him this soon.

Certainly conceivable

Prince: The Athletic’s Shams Charania reported on Wednesday that the Hawks have engaged in trade talks with teams regarding Prince. It’s not terribly surprising given that Prince wasn’t a Schlenk draft selection, so there’s no personal tie there, and Prince just hasn’t fit what the team wants to do on offense. Prince settles for too many questionable shots and kills ball movement. The team is 4.6 points worse when he’s on the floor on offense, per Cleaning The Glass. It would not be a shock to see him get traded, but a move around the draft would be a likelier option. Prince is on his rookie deal and won’t be a restricted free agent until after the following season, so there’s certainly value there for other teams looking for a shooter.

“Taurean is one of the best catch-and-shoot players in this league,” Schlenk told The Athletic. He’s a valuable commodity and has the ability to be a very good defensive player.”

Tyler Dorsey: Dorsey hasn’t been able to carve out a role for himself. He has been limited to garbage time minutes. He’s making just more than $1 million this year and could certainly be filler for any deal the Hawks make. He’s a restricted free agent this upcoming offseason, but this is probably Dorsey’s final year in Atlanta.

Daniel Hamilton: Like Dorsey, Hamilton is also a restricted free agent this upcoming summer and has a similar deal to Dorsey’s. Hamilton isn’t a part of the team’s future plans and could also be used as filler for any deal the Hawks make.

Justin Anderson: Anderson is a restricted free agent this upcoming offseason and is currently making $2.5 million. He doesn’t play often, but he has shown that he does have some value, especially on the defensive side of the floor. It’s easy to see the Hawks including him in deals, especially if the trade partner is looking for a defense-first wing.

Alex Len: Len added a 3-point shot to his repertoire this past offseason, but he hasn’t been too effective when shooting them. He’s under 30 percent from 3. Len has had moments where he looks great, and you could see the potential when he was drafted by Phoenix, and then there are moments where you wonder why he’s even in the game. He’s too inconsistent as a player, but he does have value for teams looking for a big who can run the floor and play solid enough defense. Len is signed through the 2019 season at just more than $4 million per year, which does make him someone teams could take a chance on.

Would like to move them somehow

Bazemore: The Hawks have shopped Bazemore for more than a year now. He’s making $18 million this year and has a player option for $19 million next season that he’s leaning toward opting in when that time comes. Bazemore has been vocal to The Athletic about his desire to end his career with the Hawks. He doesn’t want to be traded, but if the team can find a suitable deal for Bazemore, he won’t be with the organization by the end of the season.

“Regardless of what happens, I’ll be ready,” Bazemore said. “When I first got in the league, vets told me to stay ready so I won’t have to get ready. I worked my butt off every day (with Golden State), and I got traded to L.A. I got thrown in the fire and was ready to hold my own. That’s the mentality I’ve had. I have a contract that’s on the bigger end. There are so many variables that go into it. I’m going where the wind blows. I’ve learned to kind of be like water and let life take its course and just adapt to situations. I’m a positive person. I feel like the work I’ve put in here is showing, and I’m comfortable here. I sleep well at night.”

Bazemore has been out for three weeks now with a sprained ankle, but that won’t hinder the team’s ability to find a trade partner. The only hindrance to moving Bazemore is, as he said, his contract is on the higher end. The Hawks will have to find a trade partner who can match salaries. Houston makes a ton of sense here with Brandon Knight’s large contract.

Miles Plumlee: Plumlee is making $12 million this year and next. He barely plays for the team and has little on-court value for the Hawks. The problem is his salary. Shams reported that the Hawks have talked to Memphis about a possible deal regarding Chandler Parsons. Parsons is dead money right now for Memphis. He’s owed more than $24 million this year and more than $25 million next season. Plumlee’s contract would have to be attached to another player (like Lin if the Grizzlies decide to move on from Mike Conley) for it to work. Also, the Hawks likely would ask for a future draft pick from the Grizzlies.

Most likely to go

Lin: After injuries that ended his season two years in a row, Lin has bounced back and played some of the best basketball of his career. Lin currently has career-highs in field goal percentage, two-point field goal percentage, effective field goal percentage and true shooting percentage. The Hawks were criticized when they originally made the trade this past offseason with Brooklyn, especially during the start of the season when Lin virtually was unplayable. Now, the Hawks could flip Lin for future assets.

Much like Bazemore, Lin’s contract isn’t the easiest to trade at $12.5 million with a 10 percent trade kicker. But there are several contending teams that are looking for a quality point guard. Lin is certainly not a part of the Hawks’ future plans so moving him makes a ton of sense.

Dedmon: The Hawks have been reluctant in the past to part ways with Dedmon, but doing so now would make a lot of sense for the team. Dedmon has turned himself into a coveted stretch-five who can play effectively on both ends of the floor. He’s averaging more than three 3s per game this season and shooting 38 percent from behind the arc. Dedmon may not be starter-worthy for lots of teams, but he certainly would be one of the best backup centers in the league. Dedmon’s cap figure of just more than $7.2 million on an expiring deal makes him that much more likely to be moved if the right deal is presented.

(Photo of Jeremy Lin (7): Brett Davis-USA TODAY Sports)


#473

感谢,这篇很有料,我晚点节录部分跟林有关的翻译!


于分割了该主题 #474

1 个帖子被合并到现存主题:【周动态1/21-1/27】25日 :推特/IG动态


(第七中锋) #475

与林有关的部分,一个是讲普拉姆利的合同很难交易,潜在对象是跟灰熊交易帕森斯,然后林和普拉姆利合同捆绑,灰熊贴首轮。

说到林本人则是常见论调,合同大,赛季初不被看好,实际则打出了许多生涯最好高阶数据,对需要控卫的季后赛竞争者有吸引力,又不在老鹰计划内,理应摆上货架。


#476

Hawks general manager Travis Schlenk made it clear that his team is certainly listening to trade offers ahead of the Feb. 7 NBA trade deadline. The team is clearly in rebuilding mode and almost certainly won’t make the playoffs this season, which makes Atlanta one of a handful of sure sellers.
老鹰总管特拉维斯席兰科明确表示,他的球队肯定会在2月7日NBA交易截止日之前听取交易报价。球队显然处于重建模式,几乎肯定不会在本赛季进入季后赛,这使得亚特兰大成为少数确定的卖家之一。

The Hawks were sellers last year and most people thought they would trade Marco Belinelli and Ersan Ilyasova at the deadline, but they didn’t because they couldn’t find the right deal to make. Schlenk repeated that the Hawks aren’t going to make a deal this year if it doesn’t make sense for them.
老鹰去年就是卖家,大部分人都认为他们会做截止日前教育贝里内利和伊利亚索瓦,但他们没有,因为他们无法找到合适的交易。席兰科重申,老鹰今年不会做对他们来说不合理的交易。

“We’re looking for future assets,” Schlenk said. “We already have five picks in this draft and more than likely, two firsts and three seconds. Any of the deals we do will be future assets or a deal that maybe will increase our (cap) flexibility moving forward. We’re still on the same trajectory. We’re certainly listening to a lot of stuff, but we’re not going to do a bad deal or do a deal that will hamper our objectives.”
“我们正在寻找未来的资产。我们在这次(2019)选秀中已经有五个选秀权,而且很可能是两个首轮和三个次轮。我们所做的任何交易都将是为了未来资产,或可能会增加我们(空间上限)灵活性的交易。我们仍处于同样的轨道上。我们肯定在听着很多提案,但我们不会做不好的交易或达成妨碍我们目标的交易。”

Head coach Lloyd Pierce said he has addressed the team about the deadline and how rumors are going to start flying, which they have. Kent Bazemore, Dewayne Dedmon, Jeremy Lin and Taurean Prince all have been mentioned in trade possibilities.
主教练劳埃德皮尔斯说,他已经向球队讲述了截止日以及各种流言会如何漫天飞舞。 Kent Bazemore,Dewayne Dedmon,Jeremy Lin和Taurean Prince都在交易可能性中被提及。

“We’ve come out and said, ‘Hey, the deadline is on the seventh, and rumors are about to start happening. Jeremy, you were in a rumor. What rumor were you in?’ ” Pierce told The Athletic. “When you just put it out there and talk about it, there are no secrets. There’s no need to not talk about it. What happens is when you say, ‘Hey, Jeremy, are you in a trade rumor?’ Jeremy said he’s been in trade rumors every year of his career. You just have to diffuse the situation. They deal with it. They talk to their agents, and as soon as rumors start coming out, there’s, of course, some concern. But once you tackle it and get ahead of the story, you kind of lighten the mood. We talk about all of those things.”
“我们公开的说,‘嘿,截止日在7日,流言开始出现了。书豪,你在流言中,你的流言是什么?”皮尔斯这么告诉Athletic。“当你打开来谈时,这就不是秘密了。不需要避而不谈。其实是这样的,当你说,’嘿,书豪,你在交易流言中吗?‘ 林就说他职业生涯中每一年都处在交易流言中,你只是要去淡化这些情况。他们都会应付这些流言,他们会跟他们的经纪人讨论,而当流言开始出现时,当然,会有些担忧。但只要你去应对它,提前面对这些故事,你的情绪就会放松下来。我们都会谈这些事。”

老鹰阵容名单中各球员的移动可能性讨论:

Not going anywhere/哪里都不会去的,文中列出柯林斯,特雷杨,赫尔特。内容不赘。

What would be the point?/为什么要交易的,文中列出卡特,本不理,斯帕尔曼。内容不赘。

Certainly conceivable/ 当然可想而知的,文中列出普林斯,多西,哈密尔顿,安德森,连恩。内容不赘。

Would like to move them somehow/想要以某种方式移动的,有巴泽莫尔,普拉姆利。谈到普拉姆利的部分有林:

Miles Plumlee: Plumlee is making $12 million this year and next. He barely plays for the team and has little on-court value for the Hawks. The problem is his salary. Shams reported that the Hawks have talked to Memphis about a possible deal regarding Chandler Parsons. Parsons is dead money right now for Memphis. He’s owed more than $24 million this year and more than $25 million next season. Plumlee’s contract would have to be attached to another player (like Lin if the Grizzlies decide to move on from Mike Conley) for it to work. Also, the Hawks likely would ask for a future draft pick from the Grizzlies.
迈尔斯普拉姆利:普拉姆利今年和明年都赚1200万美元。 他几乎没有为球队效力,对老鹰队的场上价值很小。 问题是他的薪水。 Shams报道说,老鹰队已经与孟菲斯谈过有关Chandler Parsons的可能交易。 对于孟菲斯来说,帕森斯现在是“死钱”。 今年对他的欠款超过2400万美元,下赛季超过2500万美元。 普拉姆利的合同必须附加到另一名球员(像是林,如果灰熊决定于麦克康利分道扬镳)才能促成交易。 此外,老鹰可能会要求灰熊付出未来的选秀权。

Most likely to go/最可能离开的,林书豪,戴德蒙

Lin: After injuries that ended his season two years in a row, Lin has bounced back and played some of the best basketball of his career. Lin currently has career-highs in field goal percentage, two-point field goal percentage, effective field goal percentage and true shooting percentage. The Hawks were criticized when they originally made the trade this past offseason with Brooklyn, especially during the start of the season when Lin virtually was unplayable. Now, the Hawks could flip Lin for future assets.
林:在因为连续两年伤病结束他的赛季后,林已经反弹并打出了职业生涯中最好的篮球。林目前的投篮命中率,两分投篮命中率,有效投篮命中率和真实命中率都创下了职业生涯新高。在上个休赛期与布鲁克林做了这项交易时,老鹰原本受到批评,尤其是在本赛季开始时,林几乎打不了球。现在,老鹰可以把林翻转,变成未来的资产。

Much like Bazemore, Lin’s contract isn’t the easiest to trade at $12.5 million with a 10 percent trade kicker. But there are several contending teams that are looking for a quality point guard. Lin is certainly not a part of the Hawks’ future plans so moving him makes a ton of sense.
就像巴泽莫尔,林的12.5百万外加10%的交易保证金,合约不是最容易交易的。但有几个竞争中的队伍都在寻找优质控卫,林当然不在老鹰的未来计划中,所有移动他是非常合理的。

下面谈戴德蒙,不赘。


【JF翻译组】亚特兰大老鹰:林书豪的三个交易方案
(祈禱林書豪能遇到賞識自己的伯樂,重新打出屬於自己的一片天,祝福林書豪浴火重生。) #477

#478

完全不懂他們在說什麼?:astonished:


#479

Atlanta Hawks
我们在9月分是问我们的球员们,本周末的大比赛(NFL冠军赛)会是谁在打(对决球队)。这么说吧,他们都没说中。

影片中,林是倒数第二回答,他的答案是Falcons Vs Patriots,然后Patriots会赢。字幕上说他是接近的,但还是错。

查了下,决赛队伍是Patriots Vs Rams.


(Ryan1785) #480


杯子貓希望他被老鷹交易的恐懼不會成真!
(付費文章,只能看到標題)


#481

Michael Wallace
灰熊交易谢尔文马克到老鹰换取后卫泰勒多西。


【平行观战大楼】2018-19赛季联盟各球队消息
【平行观战大楼】2018-19赛季联盟各球队消息
(Ryan1785) #482

Shelvin Mack是後衛…吹楊替補嗎?


#483

Chris Vivlamore
根据联盟消息,老鹰会释出谢尔文马克。


(Ryan1785) #485

波士頓 Jabari Bird 也是後衛…


(Angelfish_YU95) #486

是原本公牛那個?


(Ryan1785) #487

無名小卒,有家暴前科…綠衫軍想要清出薪資空間吧! 預計到老鷹,應該就被裁掉!


(Ryan1785) #488


Jabari Bird 真的要被裁了


(昔) #489

老鹰得了两个控卫


#490

但都會裁掉


(李未死) #491

老鹰送出次轮签,得到伯德就裁掉,图啥呢
原来是严格受限,那意味着老鹰单纯做个好人,签大概率不用给,还得到一些现金,帮凯子腾出了名额好签自由人

多谢楼下兄弟


(林书豪帮助猛龙夺取总冠军) #492

这个选秀权限制多,凯尔特人基本得不到,帮凯尔特人腾出名额,凯尔特人准备签约坎特(尼克斯买断)