NBA Players Whose Trade Value Will Never Be Higher

January 11th, 2016 by Dan Favale Leave a reply »
With the NBA's Feb. 18 trade deadline fast approaching, it's becoming clear that, in the spirit of Cheap Trick, certain players want rival general managers to want them.

That, or they just want to play exceptional basketball and are succeeding.

In succeeding, though, these players are, by chance or design, drumming up their value outside of incumbent digs. They have never been more desirable to the league's buyers; they have never been more certain to command the highest possible asking price in return for their services.

Our dive into the underbelly of climbing trade values is not without conditions. We're steering clear of those who obviously won't be making rumor-mill cameos. Stephen Curry's trade value has never been higher, and the Golden State Warriors have never been more likely to vomit all over the notion that they should move him. 

Please also note that we're not predicting who will be dealt, just identifying players who could enter the speculation fray as the Feb. 18 cutoff nears.

Value is specific to this season only and will be determined by individual stat lines, importance to current teams, salaries and ...

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