The NBA trade window for the 2019/20 season officially began on December 15. With the deadline on February 6, here are the latest NBA trade rumours on Andrew Drummond, Kyle Kuzma and Marcus Morris.
Hawks looking to swoop in Andre Drummond
Reports have surfaced over Detroit Pistons looking to use All-star centre Andre Drummond as a trade asset rather than keeping him till free agency. ESPN has now reported that the Pistons are in serious talks with Atlanta Hawks over a proposed move for the 26-year old. Detroit Pistons drafted Drummond in 2012 and he has been averaging 17.6 points and 15.8 rebounds for them.
Teams looking to add Kyle Kuzma
After a rather disappointing festive period for the Lakers, it became evident that they need players other than Anthony Davis and LeBron James. While Kyle Kuzma was expected to be one before the season, he seems to be a little inexperienced at the moment to fill the role. He could be a valuable trade asset if the Lakers do view him as one. While it remains unclear as to whether the Lakers are looking to give up on Kuzma, a few teams are looking to get his signature. Among the teams looking to sign Kuzma is Chicago Bulls.
Marcus Morris could stay in New York
Marcus Morris had signed a one-year contract extension in the preseason with the New York Knicks. After 35 games in the season, the Knicks have only 10 wins to show for, and are placed second from the bottom in the Eastern Conference. An expiring contract coupled with the disappointing performance of the team led many in believing that Morris could be out of the New York franchise before the February 6 Trade deadline. But the latest reports suggest otherwise. The Athletic has reported that the Morris wants to stay with the Knicks and the Knicks are also looking to keep the 30-year old.