The New Orleans Pelicans are keeping Jrue Holiday numbers as one of the main business targets for several suitors this offseason. A Brooklyn Nets team looking to win the title with Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant will be no exception.
It remains to be seen whether the Pelicans, led by David Griffin and new head coach Stan Van Gundy, will keep Holiday or make it available to the highest bidder.
Holiday, 30, would be a great choice for a side aspiring to the title next season.
Pelicans could absolutely justify keeping Holiday – there’s a reason it would be in such demand in the commercial market. New Orleans will face pressure to qualify for the playoffs next season, and Holiday are the type of players teams are trying to keep.
That being said, New Orleans could capitalize on its business value and send Holiday to a competitor such as the Brooklyn Nets, for a compelling package in return.
Let’s take a look at three trades the Brooklyn Nets could offer Jrue Holiday to team up with Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving and analyze each one.