Derrick Rose is having one of the best seasons of his career.
Right now, his per 36 points and missus are actually higher Right now, too may have been any other point his entire career.
And, yes, that includes his NDP season.
He's an absolute peak value right now, and the Pistons would be mad to not treat him because he'll yield at least a first round pick.
And that team is not going to the playoffs anyways.
I've Kevin Love of the Cleveland Cavaliers.
I had the privilege of attending a Cavs Pelicans game the other night.
Got this cool hat behind me.
Kevin Love is absolutely mailing it in.
He's purposely making a scene, not trying, screwing around in warmups.
Um, I'm afraid of the caps.
Keep him around any longer is gonna start the poison that locker room and make a bad intact on some of the young players if he hasn't already done so.
So the cancerous need to accept whatever deal they get.
Whether it's to second rounders or just some cap relief with an expiring contract they need to get him out of there before hurts the future of that franchise.
Speaking of knuckleheads, number three, I've Marcus Mora Sr of the New York Knicks.
Morris Was it in the news last night for calling are saying that Jae Crowder feminine qualities or female qualities or something? Ask nothing like that.
Um, so, uh, not the best PR right now for the Knicks forward, however, He is averaging 19 points a game in shooting a ridiculous 44% from three and could really help out any contender.
Look for a team like the Clippers.
Thio make a run at him, and there's really no reason for the next to keep him around.
He's on an expiring contracts, so expect him to be traded in the next couple days.
Number four of Robert Covington of the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Covington is the ideal three D wing in today's MBA.
He's on a nice contract.
He's three years, $36 million remaining, and he's one of those players that's better on a contender than he is on a terrible team.
And right now, after losing 10 straight games, that Timberwolves qualifies a terrible team.
Uh, and finally I've Alec Birks of the Golden State Warriors, verses another player who's on an expiring contract, and with the Warriors being one of the worst teams in the league, there's really no point for them to keep him around.
He's averaging 16 points a game and would provide a nice spark for any team that needs a two guard off the bench.
Uh, that's looking to contend playoffs, so expect him to be traded within the next week as well.
That's it was my five India players who will almost certainly get traded before next week's deadline.
This is Pat Harry with Yard Barker.