NBA superstar players are now expected to be competing for NBA titles these days. The days of a superstar player basking in mediocrity is something of the past. Either team start offering trade packages for them, or the superstars themselves request trades to place them in better positions to win.
For Devin Booker, that time might be now. He is morphing it to a sensational offensive player, averaging 26.1 PPG on 48.7% shooting. Booker has improved every aspect of his offensive game and now has the ability to create shots off the dribble along with his catch and shoot prowess. In a nutshell, Devin Booker is one of the hottest commodities in the NBA right now.
Here are the three blockbuster all-in trades for Devin Booker.
Trade Package: LaMelo Ball, James Johnson, Jarrett Culver, Josh Okogie, 2020 first-round draft pick from Brooklyn for Devin Booker
*(Brooklyn’s 1st round pick to Minnesota (via Atlanta) protected for selections 1-14 in 2020, 1-14 in 2021 and 1-14 in 2022; if Brooklyn has not conveyed a 1st round pick to Minnesota by 2022, then Brooklyn will instead convey its 2022 2nd round pick and 2024 2nd round pick to Minnesota)
The Timberwolves fought tooth and nail to bring D’Angelo Russell to Minnesota and pair him with Karl-Anthony Towns. Because right now they have two All-Star players who truly enjoy playing with each other. Adding a third score to this duo would give the T-Wolves the best big three in the league (since there aren’t Big Threes at the moment). Each one of these young players can drop 20 in their sleep So this would be an unbelievable haul for Minnesota.