http://www.nba.com/2011/news/feature...s=iref:nbahpt1Two-plus weeks until the trade deadline, and the Carmelo Circus aside, along with those guys who everyone knows are on the block -- like the Nets' Troy Murphy and the Knicks' Anthony Randolph and Eddy Curry -- here are the guys that, according to front office sources around the league, are eminently gettable before Feb. 24:
Golden State center Andris Biedrins, Memphis guard O.J. Mayo, Lakers forward Ron Artest, Portland centers Marcus Camby and Joel Przybilla, Philadelphia forward Andre Iguodala, Phoenix forward Josh Childress, Washington forward Rashard Lewis, Detroit guard Rip Hamilton, Cleveland forward Antawn Jamison, Minnesota guard Jonny Flynn, Charlotte forwards Stephen Jackson and Boris Diaw and Houston forward Jared Jeffries.
O.J. Mayo's contract and an off-the court scuffle are making him a trade-worthy player now.There was less consenus on whether three former All-Stars -- Pacers forward Danny Granger, Memphis forward Zach Randolph and Clippers center Chris Kaman -- were really available, despite their names being out there in Rumorville the past few weeks.
there's some interesting scenarios i could think of in whcih the raptors could acquire guys, but, most are pieces on contending teams or expirings and more than likely the only point would be for the raptors to get something on a sign and trade for them this upcoming offseason.
more than likely rental players in an already lost season, but, you could get a good piece in the secondary pieces of a trade or there is a chance the guy could re-sign here.