Trade Situations To Monitor Around NBA As New Season Begins

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The NBA’s 75th season is upon us and while all 30 teams in the league enter the new year with playoff/championship aspirations, some dreams just do not become reality. The Los Angeles Lakers and Brooklyn Nets enter the year as two heavy favorites to reach the NBA Finals, but they may not be the only teams to keep an eye on all year long. 

The Philadelphia 76ers and Utah Jazz finished with the best records in the Eastern and Western Conferences, respectively, last season, and both the Milwaukee Bucks and Phoenix Suns are the reigning Conference Champions. 

There is a lot to talk about league-wide in terms of contending teams and one of those topics is potential trade situations to monitor heading into the new year. Every team around the league is always trying to get a leg up on each other when it comes to talent on their roster, hence why we could once again see a lot of trades made this season. 

It is worth mentioning the situation going on in Philadelphia right now pertaining to Ben Simmons. The team is continuing to field offers for the 3x All-Star, but there are no indications that he will be traded early on this season.

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Maybe after his recent suspension and attitude towards the team, the front-office will change their viewpoints on this matter, but right now, Simmons is a member of the Philadelphia 76ers and he will be through the first few weeks of the season. 

So who could possibly be on the move this year and which trade situations should fans watch closely as the season tips off on Tuesday night? Let’s take a look at some of the latest trade rumors around the league. 

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