This Blazers-Pacers trade is centered on CJ McCollum to Indiana

Indiana Pacers, CJ McCollum, Portland Trail Blazers, NBA Trade Rumors
NBA Analysis Network

It could possibly be a busy offseason for the Portland Trail Blazers. They might have to decide whether to turn the franchise upside down at some point. This means splitting up there duo that has led the way for so many NBA seasons.

Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum have been one of the top duos in the league for years now. They have been unable to take the next step in the postseason and this could cause some disgruntled feelings.

McCollum is a player that has been in NBA trade rumors for quite some time now but Lillard could eventually be the one forcing his way out. If this is the case, the Blazers will have to send my way to get a huge return. If not, McCollum will be the one to be moved.

In this deal, the Indiana Pacers are the team being aggressive in hopes of adding that elite guard. It was a disappointing season for Indiana after coming in expecting to be a postseason team. The Pacers finish near the bottom of the Eastern Conference and were not in contention for that playoff spot.

READ MORE: NBA Rumors: Insider claims likelihood of CJ McCollum trade ‘probable’

Victor Oladipo was involved in a blockbuster deal at the beginning of the season and they could get their hands on another one here.

This is certainly a trade that will shake up both conferences. Let’s take a look at an NBA trade scenario by Bleacher Report’s Zach Buckley that lands CJ McCollum with the Indiana Pacers.

Massive Details Emerge About Phoenix Suns Firing Frank Vogel

In a move that sent shockwaves through the NBA, the Phoenix Suns announced the firing of head coach Frank Vogel on Thursday. Vogel’s tenure was

Pacers File Massive Complaint About Refs To NBA

The Indiana Pacers have submitted 78 instances of incorrect or non-calls to the NBA, citing disadvantageous officiating in Games 1 and 2 against the New

NBA Legend Brutally Rips Into Pacers’ Coach Rick Carlisle

The Indiana Pacers and head coach Rick Carlisle have gotten fed up with the way their current playoff series against the New York Knicks has