The Latest on the NBA trade deadline September 18, 2021 September 18, 2021 admin

4/18/18 6:00:00 — The deadline for players and teams to submit their offer sheets is on Sunday.

The deadline will be for teams to be able to make a final offer for a player or players before midnight Sunday.

ESPN’s Jeff Goodman reports that it’s the most important day for teams in terms of the deadline.

The NBA’s collective bargaining agreement states that the deadline is Tuesday at 3:00 p.m.

ET, but a trade can still be made at any time during that day.

Teams that want to trade can do so by 4:00 a.m., as the deadline to submit an offer is 4:30 a..m, and the deadline ends at 5:00 the next day.

The top players on each team’s list are then placed on the trading block.

The teams that made the offer can then decide whether to move or not, and they’ll also be required to do so within 24 hours of the offer being submitted.

The players who are on the list must have received a verbal or written offer for the player by 2:00pm on Friday.

The other teams can’t trade until that deadline, and their top-two selections can be traded in the following days.

Teams must submit their final offer by midnight Sunday, so it’s possible that teams could end up trading some players before that deadline.

Here’s a look at what’s happening at the deadline: Top-Three Pick: Golden State Warriors (via Dallas Mavericks) — The Warriors, who acquired Stephen Curry from the Cavaliers, will have a top-three pick in the draft, which would be the third pick in this year’s draft.

The pick would be in the top-10.

ESPN.com’s Ian Begley reported that the Warriors are seeking a player who can fill out their roster for years to come.

They are reportedly interested in shooting guard Klay Thompson, who will be 33 years old on Feb. 28.

The Warriors have no intention of trading Thompson, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

The Cavaliers, who have won seven straight, have received their fourth-round pick from the Lakers, which they will use to select their No. 1 pick.

Golden State also has an unprotected 2017 first-round selection, which could be used on another star, according Woj.

Cleveland also has a second-rounder from the Nuggets in the 2018 draft, and has the rights to pick No. 12 in this draft.

Cleveland can use that pick to select guard Isaiah Thomas, who has been a major focus of the Cavaliers’ coaching staff, ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne reported on Sunday night.

Thomas could be the player the Cavs would most like to add to their roster in the first round.

Thomas averaged 10.9 points, 5.3 rebounds and 1.9 assists in 20.3 minutes per game this season.

ESPN Insider Adrian Wajnarowski also reported on ABC’s “Good Morning America” on Sunday that the Cavaliers are interested in adding veteran center Andre Drummond to their rotation.

Drummond has averaged 13.7 points, 3.2 rebounds and 3.5 assists in 35.5 minutes per night this season for the Pistons.

Drummonds averaged 14.0 points, 2.6 rebounds and 4.3 assists in 26.3 points per game last season.

The Bucks, Lakers and Warriors have been linked in recent days to Drummond.

The Lakers have been the favorite to land Drummond, who is in the final year of his contract, according in ESPN’s Marc Stein.

The Cavs are believed to be interested in acquiring Drummond’s rights to a player under contract for next season.