What's up, everybody? It's pat here.
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And today we're talking about the top realistic trade targets from the NBA's contenders as we approach the February 6 trade deadline.
First, I have Bogdan Bogdanovich with Sacramento Kings like Donna.
***** is averaging 14 points off the bench for the Kings this year in shooting 39% from three.
He's an ideal sparkplug.
Off the bench is the type of heat check guy that can come in and swing an entire game by putting up double digit points in 1/4.
He's also about to be a free agent this off season, and Kings don't have the cap space to keep him, so they were most likely looking to trade him.
As the deadline approaches, Bogdanovich will be perfect off the bench on the Lakers.
The Bucks in the Sixers.
My second trick target is Andre Iguodala.
He's currently being held hostage by the Memphis Grizzlies, who would like to get an asset in return for him a supposed to buying him out.
The issue is equal dollars contract, which is a little over $17 million is a tough contract to trade and match up s o.
Most suitors don't really have a capability of making a trade, as I think we've heard that the Houston Rockets have tried a few times but have been unable to do so.
You know what a griddle brings the table elite wing, that defense clutch play us a good play making on offense.
He'd be a deal on any contender.
But keep an eye out saying the Lakers, the Clippers and the Houston Rockets next week.
J. J. Red**** in New Orleans.
Despite the Pelicans troubles this season, Red**** is having a phenomenal year.
He's averaging 15 points a game, intruding a ridiculous 45% from three point land.
Red X, one of those players that hey might only average 15 points a game.
But you have to guard him like he averages 30 again, because if you leave him open, he could get that 30 points and he could get it really efficiently.
And, uh, you win an entire game just with some hot shooting, ready to work on literally any contender.
So expect any any and all contenders to be, ah, monitoring the situation down in New Orleans to try and trade heretic.
Finally, I have Danilo Gallinari of the O.
K C Thunder Gallon, ours averaging 18 points a game this season, 39% from three.
He's also always been a good player of getting to the line, and he shoots about 90% from the free throw line once he gets there.
So he's pretty much not deal stretched for for any contender teams that I'd like him on the most, I think, are the Blazers.
If they can turn things around the Rockets and my bonus one Miami Heat, I think he'd be perfect.
There s so let's see if they're willing to give up the first round pick or two that it will cost them to get De Mello.
Those are my top realistic trade contender.
Trade targets for MBA contenders on this pad here.
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