This Celtics-Cavs-Warriors trade features Drummond, Hayward

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The Hypothetical Trade

Celtics Receive: Andre Drummond

Warriors Receive: Gordon Hayward, Larry Nance Jr., Enes Kanter, No. 5 Pick

Cavaliers Receive: Andrew Wiggins, Kevon Looney, No. 2 Pick

Wow, that’s a lot to digest so quickly. All three teams would be moving key players and it would be a big jumble and a fresh look for all three franchises.

On the outside looking in, this deal makes sense. Each team would be getting valuable pieces that would help them contend. They would also be moving on from pieces that aren’t crucial to their ability to compete.

Granted, there is a good chance that one of these teams would not like the deal they were getting. However, there are reasons why they would.

Let’s take a closer look at why each of these three teams should consider pulling the trigger on this deal.

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