Phoenix Suns: Potential trades with (almost) every NBA team

Bradley Beal Kelly Oubre Phoenix Suns (Photo by Will Newton/Getty Images)
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Phoenix Suns (Photo by Sean Gardner/Getty Images)
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Dallas Mavericks

This could be a bit steep for Powell, but he is an elite backup center that could fill a void left by the potential loss of Aron Baynes.

Houston: Kelly Oubre for Robert Covington

Covington would be an incredible fit for the Phoenix Suns, but Houston honestly wouldn’t do this.

Memphis Grizzlies

Winslow is a two-way, jack-of-all-trades guy, but he can’t shoot and that doesn’t vibe with how James Jones is building this roster on the wing.

Clarke could be their starting power forward next season as a hyper-efficient, energy guy who just helps you win games and Oubre is exactly the kind of offensive weapon the Grizzlies sorely need.

New Orleans Pelicans

I love Rubio and Oubre, but a healthy Holiday is still the perfect fit alongside Devin Booker. A crunch time lineup of Holiday-Booker-Bridges-Johnson/Saric-Ayton would be a problem.

San Antonio Spurs

I know this would upset people off quite a bit, but I am buying Lonnie Walker stock right now, I think he has immense potential.

He is an uber-smart, explosive athlete with elite quickness and impressive ball-handling skills to go along with a 6’10” wingspan.

He could develop into being the perfect No. 3 guy for the Suns with his ability to score, be the primary ball-handler and defend multiple positions.

He could be Zach LaVine, but a version that is a defensive weapon instead of a defensive liability. That would be a great player.

Eubanks is a fringe NBA player that showed flashes for the Spurs in the bubble.