NBA Trade Rumors: Possible NBA Superstars Who Could Be Traded Before Deadline!
Well, the 2015-2016 NBA regular season is about to begin in a month. Several players have been in the NBA trade speculations as the struggling teams are trying to rebuild them in the best possible manner. This article deals with the top three NBA superstars who could possibly be traded before the deadline by their respective teams.
DeMarcus Cousins of Sacramento Kings
DeMarcus Cousins of the Sacramento Kings has proved to be one of the best NBA centers, and he has an average of 27.7 points and 11.2 rebounds this season with the Kings.
Cousins has been in the NBA trade speculations ever since he had clashes with the team’s head coach George Karl. SB Nation reported that it might be the time for Cousins to leave the Kings.
According to Morning News USA, if the heated relationship between Cousins and Karl does not improve, chances are there that Cousins could be traded before the deadline. It seems that the Los Angeles Lakers, the Denver Nuggets, and the Miami Heat are interested with the Cousins. The Heat would be the best destination for Cousins.
Derrick Rose of Chicago Bulls
The Chicago Bulls is looking forward to trading Derrick Rose ever since he showed interest in becoming a free agency in 2017, reported ESPN. Indeed, the there is more possibility for D-Rose NBA trade to occur if the player continues to struggle in recovering from injuries.
Kevin Durant of Oklahoma City Thunder
Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder has been in the NBA trade speculations as he would become a free agency next summer. Indeed, the Durant is playing the last year of his contract with the Thunder. Since he has not signed any contract extension, there is more chance that he could be traded before the deadline. However, Sam Presti, the general manager of the Thunder, does not desire to give up Durant “without getting something special in return.”
What do you think about the three NBA superstars who could possibly be traded before the deadline?
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