December 15th is the day when any player in the NBA that signs a contract over the summer is officially eligible to be traded.
This season like any other has had it’s ups and downs. Some players are excelling and others are falling flat. For any player that is not meeting the expectations of their team, this is the day that some things can change.
This article breaks down the top 15 players that could be traded between December 15 and the trade deadline in February. It also includes possible trade scenarios with salary cap rules in mind.
Here’s the top 15 players that could be traded between December 15 and the trade deadline in February. Compiled by Bleacher Report.
Baron Davis (PG) – LA Clippers
Mo Williams (PG) – Cleveland
Vince Carter (SG) – Orlando Magic
Steve Nash (PG) – Phoenix Suns
Brandon Roy (SG) – Portland Trailblazers
Zach Randolph (PF) – Memphis Grizzlies
Leandro Barbosa (SG) – Toronto Raptors
JR Smith (SG) – Denver Nuggets
Peja Stojakovic (SF) – Toronto Raptors
Tayshaun Prince (SF) – Detroit Pistons
O.J. Mayo (SG) – Memphis Grizzlies
Rudy Fernandez (SG) – Portland Trailblazers
Andre Iguodala (SG) – Philadelphia 76ers
Gilbert Arenas (PG) – Washington Wizards
Carmelo Anthony (SF) – Denver Nuggets
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