Trading Block: Iman Shumpert


Iman Shumpert is on the trading block. Shumpert has struggled since joining Cleveland, averaging 6.7 points per game on 40% shooting. This season, Shumpert has earned win shares at a negative rate (-.004 per 48 minutes.) To say he needs a change of scenery is an understatement. Despite the offensive struggles, Shumpert is still a…

Trading Block: Kosta Koufos


Kosta Koufos is on the trading block with a few other Kings. Koufos is actually leading Sacramento in win shares this season with 1.0. He is as good of a back-up center as a team can ask for. He was even the starter for a Denver Nuggets team that won 56 games in 2012-13. Koufos…

Trading Block: George Hill


George Hill is on the trading block. After a career year with the 50+ win Utah Jazz last season, Hill cashed in for 20 million dollars annually with Sacramento.  Sacramento gave him the money to get some veteran leadership and guidance at point while De’Aaron Fox and Buddy Hield develop into the back court of…

Trading Block: Vince Carter


Vince Carter is on the trading block. The 40 year old signed a one year deal for 8 million dollars with Sacramento this season, and he has responded by averaged 2.5 points on 24.6% shooting. Carter doesn’t belong on Sacramento, he belongs on a team that can contend, or that has a history with Carter….

Trading Block: Garrett Temple


Garrett Temple is on the trading block. Temple is stuck on a tanking Kings team with a few other veterans right now, but as a versatile 6’6″ wing with an improved three pointer in recent years, Temple should be shopped for whatever the Kings can get for him. Temple isn’t a game-changer when he enters…

Trading Block: Zach Randolph


Zach Randolph is on the trading block. While he’s been excellent to start the season – he is the Kings leading scorer with 12.9 points per game – Randolph should be chasing rings with good teams in his last few seasons. Randolph can score in many ways, and his skill-set has not faded with age….

Trading Block: Joakim Noah


Joakim Noah is on the trading block. After being considered a major acquisition for an exciting 2016-17 season with Derrick Rose, Courtney Lee, Carmelo Anthony, and Kristaps Porzingis, Noah is now outside the rotation after Enes Kanter and Kristaps Porzingis have been on fire to start the season, and Kyle O’Quinn and Michael Beasley have…

Trading Block: Mario Hezonja


Mario Hezonja is on the trading block. There’s only so much time you can give a player to show any signs of being worth the 5th overall pick in 2015. Hezonja’s scoring has gone down every year to now the pitiful 3.5 points per game he currently puts up. Hezonja is now 22, and while…

Trading Block: Meyers Leonard


Meyers Leonard finds himself on the trading block. Leonard is  a 7’1″ player with a  career 37.2% three point shot – there is definitely a market for Leonard. The problem is that Leonard is an awkward fit in Portland’s rotation with Jusuf Nurkic firmly at starting center, Ed Davis right there to back him up,…

Trading Block: Omer Asik


Omer Asik is on the trade block. After starting at center for the Pelicans and Rockets the past few seasons, Asik has missed a significant amount of time with Crohn’s disease, and DeMarcus Cousins has been thriving alongside Anthony Davis at the five. Any team that wants a rim protector or long big man should…

Trading Block: Luol Deng


Luol Deng is on the trading block. This can’t be a surprise. Not only are the Lakers getting rid of anyone and everyone not on a rookie or single-year contract in preparation for Paul George and LeBron James‘ upcoming free agency, but Deng is an aging veteran with just one thirteen-minute appearance this season on…

Trading Block: Evan Turner


Evan Turner is on the trading block. This isn’t too much of a surprise after he was signed to a contact that was way too big for a reserve wing (4 years, 70 million dollars). Turner is averaging 7.9 points on 38.8% shooting. Needless to say, he hasn’t delivered. Still, there are teams that can…