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The original cast of the Front Office show, Keith Smith and Pete Toal, breakdown the transactions taking place on the buyout market around the league. Your favorite podcast producer Kaan Erel is missing this week so enjoy a vintage conversation about the fringiest of roster moves. Thank you for listening to the show and if you want to support the pod the best thing you can do is leave us 5 star reviews. Enjoy.

As always, Keith Smith, Pete Toal, and Kaan Erel are online this time going all the way around the league to breakdown every transaction that happened during this eventful deadline. From the Cavs trading their whole roster to the blockbuster Brice Johnson for James Ennis deal, we run through it all. Thank you for listening the NBA Front Office Show.

We're back! Apologies for the extended absence, but we are back in full swing with the NBA Front Office Show. Keith Smith, Pete Toal and Kaan Erel break down the latest in trade news around the league with the major deal going down between the Clippers and Pistons, the deal that would've sent Mirotic to the Pelicans but fell through, and we start getting into our buyers andksellers around the league. We hit Atlanta through Chicago alphabetically and will get to the rest of the league early next week. Thank you for listening to our show and you can follow us @FrontOfficeShow, @KeithSmithNBA, @PeteToalNBA, and @KaaNBA_MTD. Email us at frontofficeshow@gmail.com

A lot of fringe movement around the NBA in the past week with the Hawks converting Tyler Cavanaugh, Dallas picking up Kyle Collinsworth on a 2-way while letting go of 2-way Antonius Cleveland as well as waiving Jeff Withey from their roster. The Net's brought on Milton Doyle from the Long Island Nets and cut Yakuba Outtara, Bulls waived Kay Felder, while the Bucks picked up Sean Kilpatrick on a 2-way let go of Gary Payton II

Keith Smith (@KeithSmithNBA) and Kaan Erel (@KaaNBA_MTD) move along without Pete Toal (@PeteToalNBA) this week, but it was a fun episode nonetheless. First we break down some of the news across the league with players getting injured and injured players coming back. We talk about Tony Allen, Gallo + Teodosic, plus a slightly extended Chicago Bulls breakdown. Then we dug into all of your fake trade suggestions. Thank you all so much for sending your ideas in and really providing the outline for the episode. Please leave a 5 star review if you enjoy the show and thank you for the continued support.

On this episode of the Front Office show, we have some actual transactions to talk about. Keith Smith (@KeithSmithNBA) is joined, as always, by co-hosts Pete Toal (@PeteToalNBA) and Kaan Erel (@KaaNBA_MTD) to talk about the Trevor Booker for Jahlil Okafor and Nik Stauskas (plus a 2019 New York 2nd) trade, Mike James becoming the first 2-way player converted to an NBA contract, players being waived, new 2 ways being signed, and the new G-League team in Mexico City. Follow the show @FrontOfficeShow and if you like what you hear please leave us a 5 star review. Email us with any questions or concerns at FrontOfficeShow@gmail.com. Thank you for joining us on The NBA Front Office Show

On another episode of the NBA Front Office Show, Keith Smith (@KeithSmithNBA) is joined by co-hosts Pete Toal (@PeteToalNBA) and Kaan Erel (@KaaNBA_MTD) to discuss the latest around the league. Coach Fizdale just got fired, Blake Griffin is injured yet again, Paul Milsap is out for a few months, and we talk about it. We also discuss some intriguing Cap topics such as Eric Pincus' extend and stretch Deng idea, as well as what the Celtics should do with their currently unused Disable Player Exception. Thank you for listening to the show and if you like us, leave us a 5 star review. Follow us on Twitter @FrontOfficeShow and Check out all of the other Almighty Baller Podcasts!

We gave you some news as well as rotation analysis of the first 5 teams alphabetically in the Eastern Conference. This week we're bringing you part  2 starting with the Cavs all the way through the Washington Wizards. Keith Smith (@KeithSmithNBA) is joined by co-hosts Pete Toal (@PeteToalNBA) and Kaan Erel (@KaaNBA_MTD) to give our thoughts on where the players stand on their respective teams. Follow the show @FrontOfficeShow on Twitter and if you like the pod we appreciate 5 star reviews. Thank you for listening.

The NBA Front Office show with Keith Smith (@KeithSmithNBA) is back! Familiar face Pete Toal (@PeteToalNBA) and new member/co-host/producer Kaan Erel (@KaaNBA_MTD) from The Bench Mob joins the show to break down the Eastern Conference rotations to date. We broke down some of the news of the past week including the RoCo deal, Kuzminskas being waived, and Josh Smith getting released. Then we got into talking about the Eastern conference starting with the Hawks and cutting it short with the Bulls as time got away from us. We will be back with the rest of the Conference early next week so keep an eye out. Check out the other podcast on the Almighty Baller Podcast Network and please leave us your 5 star reviews. Follow the pod @NBAFrontOfficeShow and thanks for listening!!

We get back to the offseason reviews and head to the Western Conference for the first time with the Dallas Mavericks and Denver Nuggets. Dallas didn't make big changes, but brought in some interesting low-risk/high-reward players. Denver made very few changes. But the ones they made were big, as Danilo Gallinari is out and Paul Millsap is in. If you enjoy the show and want to show some support, please leave us a 5 star rating and review!

The Boston Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers swung a massive trade that saw Kyrie Irving dealt for Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder, Ante Zizic and the 2018 Brooklyn Nets 1st round pick. Pete Toal and Keith Smith break down the trade from angles, both for this coming season and the future!

In this episode we review the offseasons for the Chicago Bulls and Cleveland Cavaliers. The Bulls have seemingly turned towards rebuilding after trading Jimmy Butler for younger talent. What will the new additions bring to the Windy City? The Cavaliers look largely the same, minus swapping out some bench veterans for other bench veterans. The Kyrie Irving drama still lingers and we touch on that as well. If you enjoy the show, please give us a 5 star rating and review. It will really help us out a lot!

We continue our 2017 offseason review series with a double dip! First up we talk the Nets, who made several big trades, as they continue a rebuild that started without much to rebuild with. Then we dive deep into the Hornets and what the Dwight Howard acquisition might mean for them, including how it might impact their starting lineup and rotation. As always, if you enjoy the show, please leave us a rating and review in the player of your choosing and tell a friend!

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