NBA Rumors: 3 Trades We'd Like To See Early In Regular Season

3 Trades We’d Like To See Early In Regular Season

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Being just two weeks into the 2021-22 NBA season, we most likely will not see some trades made for at least another few weeks or so, but trade rumors are hot right now. 

Of course, Ben Simmons and Kyrie Irving continue to be the main topics of discussion seeing as neither All-Star has played in a single game yet, but there is still plenty of other news to talk about around the league. 

This year’s trade deadline is scheduled for February 10 at 3 p.m. EST and while that is still a long way away, teams are already starting to look ahead as to what their team could look like then.

The trade deadline this year is set to occur exactly two months from the end of the 2021-22 regular season, so it is not crazy to believe that teams could start talking about trades as soon as Thanksgiving! 

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Time is precious in the NBA and every single day teams wait to make a move could result in a loss that keeps them out of the playoffs. Last year, we saw the likes of James Harden, Caris LeVert, Victor Oladipo, Kevin Porter Jr., and Derrick Rose on the move ahead of the trade deadline, so who could be on the move potentially before 2022? 

Let’s take a look at three trades fans around the league are wanting to see early on this regular season. 

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