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I hope not, we need Ben against GSW in the finals
anyone can request one lmao, the team doesnt have to respect it
Of course they can
Yes, and the GM can laugh in his face.
I did it in 2k so its probably in the CBA /s
I requested a trade 11 games into the season after playing in the G league for a year IDGAF haha
And there is your answer. You need to play 10 games before you can request a trade.
anyone can request, team doesnt have to honor it or even humor it though
no there stuck no matter what unless u did the thing that guy from vancovuer did and the thing the guy from the cavs did
Yes. No one has a contract that says they canâ€™t request a trade.
they can, but they wont be successful
No player is supposed to request a trade, they will be fined for doing it publicly. Wont stop them if they really want a trade.
Im 99.9% sure theres nothing in a contract that says you cant request a trade. The union and agents wouldnt allow that, and if it did exist somehow, I think itd have to go both ways (basically every player has a NTC).
When Vancouver drafted Steve Francis he told them to trade him and they sent him to Houston.
Steve francis refused to play for vancouver, the team that drafted him
Of course. Any player can request a trade. Doesnt mean that their request will be granted though