Summary of “15 Players to Target Before the NBA Trade Deadline”

Superstars set to hit the free-agent market in the summer, like Paul George, or good players stuck on bad teams, like DeAndre Jordan, will surely occupy most of the attention in the daily rumor mill until the February 8 trade deadline.
There are several under-the-radar players that could use a change of scenery.
Tyreke Evans, Grizzlies When Evans was awarded Rookie of the Year after averaging 20.1 points, 5.8 assists, and 5.3 rebounds in 2009-10, how did you think his career would play out? You probably weren’t expecting him to average an inefficient 15.4 points per game through the next seven seasons.
In three-plus seasons, Noel has gone from the sixth overall pick to a fringe player on a bad team.
If the Cavs do swing a deal to bring in more immediate help, Osman is the player to target.
Dedmon, who has a player option for next season, should be back ahead of the deadline.
Furkan Korkmaz, 76ers: The fact Korkmaz is shooting 18.8 percent from 3 in the G-League and NBA combined is worrisome, but he was a 42.1 percent shooter from 3 the past three seasons in Turkey with Anadolu Efes and Banvit.
Justin Patton, Timberwolves: If Tom Thibodeau decides that he needs veteran players to fill out his bench, Patton is the player to poach from his roster.

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