One Piece Chapter 877 Spoilers - Celtics, Cavs finalize blockbuster trade

One Piece Chapter 877 Spoilers Title: Not Sweet

At the Sunny:
Reinforcements keep coming from the mirror.

Perospero has restrained Chopper and Brook with candy and they can't move
As his body is being covered in candy, Chopper cries that he doesn't want to turn into sweets
Along comes Luffy and co who are running from BM

Katakuri predicts that his underlings will be defeated by Luffy and co, so he tells them to retreat into the
mirror

Perospero makes an iron maiden out of candy, Candy Maiden to attack Luffy, however Luffy breaks it with Red Hawk


Perospero flinches due to Luffy's flames

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Katakuri faces off with Luffy

He is stuck between BM and Katakuri

Jinbe starts preparing for them to escape while Luffy takes on Katakuri

Luffy vs Katakuri begins in earnest

Pedro starts to talk to Carrot

Pedro: Carrot don't be surprised by something that's going to happen suddenly
Carrot: Eh?

Pedro: Here's what I think. Luffy and the others are going to bring about the dawn of the world that our clan and Kozuki clan have awaited for the past centuries!

Carrot: Centuries?

Perospero tells his subordinates to surround the coast with battleships.

Nami says they can't escape by sailing out normally and prepares a coup de burst, however Perospero covers the ship in candy and prevents it.

Pedro attempts to save Luffy and co from this desperate situation, however Perospero notices and restrains him.

Pedro uses some bombs that he had been hiding to take Perospero with him

Pedro: Now your magic will come undone! Farewell.

The bomb goes out and Pedro and Perospero are enveloped in flames.

END (No chapter next week)

The Boston Celtics agreed to send the Cleveland Cavaliers a 2020 second-round draft pick via the Miami Heat to complete the blockbuster trade that sent four-time All-Star guard Kyrie Irving to the Celtics, multiple media outlets reported Wednesday.
The Cavaliers sought additional compensation for the deal that brought Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder, Ante Zizic and an unprotected 2018 first-round draft pick via the Brooklyn Nets to Cleveland because of Thomas' hip injury.


The Celtics resisted the Cavs' attempt to get another first-round pick or a young star to compensate Cleveland for its reluctance to sign-off on Thomas' injury, which Boston said it was transparent about. Cleveland finally agreed to complete the deal late Wednesday night with the second-round pick. Both teams risked walking away from the deal that had been announced on Aug. 22. The options included voiding the trade completely or renegotiating. The Cavaliers felt the Celtics were not completely forthcoming about the length of rehabilitation facing Thomas, who suffered the hip injury in March. The Celtics claimed they provided the necessary information to the Cavs.
"There's never been an indication that I wouldn't be back, and there's never been an indication that this is something messing up my career," Thomas told ESPN on Tuesday. "Maybe I am not going to be back as soon this season as everyone wants me to be, but I'm going to be back, and I'm going to be the same player again. No doctor has told me anything different than that."
It remains unclear when Thomas will return to action.
The 2020 pick that Cleveland will receive from Miami was sent to Boston in the Zoran Dragic deal in July 2015.
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