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Spears On Prince, Plumlee, Kings, Kenyon

It’s no surprise to see the Hawks and Warriors atop the latest power rankings from Marc J. Spears of Yahoo! Sports, but Spears doesn’t just list the NBA’s 30 teams from top to bottom. He passes along several tidbits of note with the trade deadline just two and a half weeks away. He seconds an earlier report from Marc Stein and Ian Begley of that the Knicks are shopping Jose Calderon, but much of what Spears has is new information, and we’ll hit the highlights here:

  • Boston is unlikely to find a trade for Tayshaun Prince before the deadline, Spears hears from a source. Prince reportedly plans to push for his departure the Celtics, though he’s publicly said that he’s committed to playing for Boston, at least for the time being. A buyout deal appears likely should the Celtics fail to garner the draft pick they’re looking for in a swap, as Steve Bulpett of the Boston Herald wrote last month, though coach Brad Stevens hopes to keep Prince for the balance of the season.
  • The Suns aren’t garnering much interest as they try to trade Miles Plumlee, a source tells Spears, though that’s not a shock, since the team is reportedly looking for at least one first-round pick.
  • Sacramento continues to pursue an “athletic big man” to pair with DeMarcus Cousins, according to Spears’ source. The Kings are reportedly shopping Derrick Williams, and Jason Thompson is among the Sacramento players the team is apparently open to trading.
  • The Knicks didn’t re-sign Kenyon Martin this summer after he spent the previous two seasons with them because the team felt he wouldn’t be a fit for the triangle offense, Spears says. Martin and the Bucks followed a pair of 10-day contracts with a deal for the rest of the season.
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One thought on “Spears On Prince, Plumlee, Kings, Kenyon

  1. rxbrgr

    I wonder if Miles Plumlee would fit that athletic big mold for the Kings. He’s on an affordable contract and maybe could be had for Ramon Sessions or Ray McCallum and a future second-rounder. McCallum could be a developmental third PG for the Suns to try out, especially if they deal/lose to FA one of their current three. If it wasn’t for salary matching, Derrick Williams would be an interesting talent to try out in Phoenix’s system.

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