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Meet The NBA Players Who Are Now Trade Eligible



December 15th marks an important day for a number, 94 to be exact, of players that are no trade eligible.

Ramp up the rumor mill.

Players who signed new contracts this past offseason have, as of December 15th, officially become trade-eligible.

Meet the players who will be linked to a number of trade scenarios from now until the NBA trade deadline.

Atlanta Hawks

  • Luke Babbitt
  • Dewayne Dedmon
  • Ersan Ilyasova* (Can veto trades)
  • Mike Muscala* (Can veto trades)

Boston Celtics

  • Aron Baynes
  • Gordon Hayward
  • Shane Larkin
  • Daniel Theis

Brooklyn Nets

  • Tyler Zeller

Charlotte Hornets

  • Michael Carter-Williams
  • Julyan Stone

Chicago Bulls

  • Justin Holiday

Cleveland Cavaliers

  • Jose Calderon
  • Jeff Green
  • Kyle Korver
  • Derrick Rose

Dallas Mavericks

  • Maxi Kleber
  • Nerlens Noel* (Can veto trades)
  • Dirk Nowitzki* (Can veto trades)
  • Jeff Withey

Denver Nuggets

  • Paul Millsap

Detroit Pistons

  • Reggie Bullock
  • Langston Galloway
  • Eric Moreland
  • Anthony Tolliver

Golden State Warriors

  • Omri Casspi
  • Kevin Durant* (Can veto trades)
  • JaVale McGee* (Can veto trades)
  • Zaza Pachulia* (Can veto trades)
  • David West* (Can veto trades)
  • Nick Young

Houston Rockets

  • Tarik Black
  • Nene
  • Luc Mbah a Moute
  • P.J. Tucker
  • Troy Williams

Indiana Pacers

  • Bojan Bogdanovic
  • Darren Collison
  • Damien Wilkins

Los Angeles Clippers

  • Danilo Gallinari
  • Willie Reed
  • Milos Teodosic

Los Angeles Lakers

  • Kentavious Caldwell-Pope
  • Tyler Ennis

Memphis Grizzlies

  • Mario Chalmers
  • Tyreke Evans
  • Ben McLemore
  • Wayne Selden

Miami Heat

  • Udonis Haslem* (Can veto trades)
  • James Johnson
  • Jordan Mickey
  • Kelly Olynyk
  • Dion Waiters

Minnesota Timberwolves

  • Jamal Crawford
  • Marcus Georges-Hunt
  • Taj Gibson
  • Shabazz Muhammad* (Can veto trades)
  • Jeff Teague

New Orleans Pelicans

  • Tony Allen
  • Ian Clark
  • Darius Miller
  • Rajon Rondo

New York Knicks

  • Ron Baker
  • Michael Beasley
  • Tim Hardaway Jr.
  • Jarrett Jack
  • Ramon Sessions

Oklahoma City Thunder

  • Nick Collison* (Can veto trades)
  • Raymond Felton
  • Patrick Patterson

Orlando Magic

  • Arron Afflalo
  • Khem Birch
  • Shelvin Mack
  • Jonathon Simmons
  • Marreese Speights

Philadelphia 76ers

  • Amir Johnson
  • J.J. Redick

Phoenix Suns

  • Alan Williams

    Sacramento Kings

  • Vince Carter
  • George Hill
  • Zach Randolph

San Antonio Spurs

  • Pau Gasol
  • Rudy Gay
  • Manu Ginobili
  • Joffrey Lauvergne
  • Brandon Paul

Toronto Raptors

  • Alfonzo McKinnie
  • C.J. Miles

Utah Jazz

  • Jonas Jerebko
  • Royce O’Neale
  • Thabo Sefolosha
  • Ekpe Udoh

Washington Wizards

  • Jodie Meeks
  • Mike Scott

Atlanta Hawks

Hawks Acquire Chandler Parsons from Grizzlies for Solomon Hill, Miles Plumlee



The Atlanta Hawks have acquired forward Chandler Parsons from the Memphis Grizzlies in exchange for Soloman Hill and Miles Plumlee, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Memphis has been trying to unload Parsons following the ill-advised decision to give him a four-year, $94.4 million deal to take him away from the Dallas Mavericks.

Parsons is due $24.1 million during the last year of his contract.

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Atlanta Hawks

Knicks, Hawks Considering Trade for 3rd Overall Pick



RJ Barrett

The New York Knicks are considering trading out of the 3rd overall slot in the 2019 NBA Draft, according to ESPN’s Jonathan Givony and Mike Schmitz.

The Knicks are considering dealing the 3rd overall pick to the Atlanta Hawks in exchange for the Hawks’ 8th and 10th picks.

It is rumored that R.J. Barrett will be taken with the 3rd overall pick, assuming that both Zion Williamson and Ja Morant are both off the board.

The New Orleans Hornets are expected to take Williamson, while the Memphis Grizzlies are expected to take Ja Morant.

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Atlanta Hawks

Vince Carter Returning for 22nd NBA Season



Vince Carter isn’t ready to call it a career just yet.

Carter announced that he will be returning for a 22nd season in the NBA next season, although his future with the Atlanta Hawks remains up in the air.

Carter announced his intentions next season during an appearance on
the latest episode of the Winging It podcast, (h/t the Atlanta Journal-Constitution’s Chris Vivlamore).

Carter had stated that he was “90 percent” sure he would retire following the 2018-2019 season, which he wrote in an entry with Marc J. Spears of The Undefeated back in April 2018.

Carter appeared on ESPN’s Pardon the Interruption back in March and stated he might have another season left in him:

Carter averaged 7.4 points per game for the Hawks last season.

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