Chris Paul, Russell Westbrook & Other Offseason Trades That Have Proved to be a Blessing in Disguise

The offseason was filled with unexpected trades that had us entertained. 

These are integral to the way the Teams perform in the season. 

Let's break down the trades that been successful and will have the franchise grow further.


Detroit Pistons: Jerami Grant

The man who was in the top three candidates for Most Improved Player, left Denver to show he could be the No. 1 player on the offense. He has proved that he has a high ceiling and is the Pistons' go=to guy.

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Houston Rockets: Christian Wood

Although Wood could only play 41 games thanks to his ankle injury, he quickly left his impact. By averaging 25 points and 11 rebounds, the 25-year-old will be a big part of the Rockets' young core.

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Washington Wizards:

The blockbuster traded that shifted John Wall to the Rockets and Westbrook to the Wizards shook everyone. Thanks to his leadership, the Wizards returned to the playoffs for the first time since 2017-18.

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Milwaukee Bucks: Jrue Holiday

It seems like Jrue Holiday was the missing piece the Bucks were looking for. His defensive awareness is what Giannis needed in a teammate and look where the Bucks are right now...

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Phoenix Suns: Chris Paul


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