Bryn Forbes is considered to be available ahead of the trade deadline, according to Michael Scotto of HoopsHype.
The Spurs are hoping to eventually open up an opportunity for rookie Joshua Primo to play during the second half of the season.
The Nuggets are one of the teams reportedly interested, as they’re currently without Jamal Murray and have lost PJ Dozier for the season.
Forbes is averaging 9.1 points per game this season including 41.7 percent shooting from three.
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- Turner on the Move?: The Pacers are seeking two first-round picks in exchange for Myles Turner, Scotto relays (same article). The Mavericks, Blazers, Timberwolves, Knicks, Lakers and Hornets are all among the teams targeting him.
LeVert to Cleveland?: The Cavs are a team to watch out for in the Caris LeVert sweepstakes, Chris Fedor of cleveland.com relayed on a recent podcast episode with Scotto. LeVert makes a lot of sense for the Cavs, our own Sameer Kumar writes.
Gordon on the move?: The Rockets are seeking a first-round pick for Eric Gordon, according to Scotto. Gordon is averaging 14.9 points per game, including career-highs in field-goal percentage (.505) and 3-point shooting (.455).
- Timberwolves expected to be buyers at the trade deadline: Minnesota is expected to search for upgrades as they look to make a push for the playoffs, according to Jon Krawczynski of The Athletic. The Wolves still have eyes for Ben Simmons, though there hasn’t been any indication that the Sixers are fond of Minnesota’s offerings. Krawczynki notes that Myles Turner was once seen as a candidate on Minnesota’s radar. However, Jarred Vanderbilt‘s emergence changed things.
- Knicks Looking to Make Trade? – The Knicks are looking into trade possibilities, according to Ian Begley of SNY.tv. Begley writes that Myles Turner and Jalen Brunson are both on New York’s radar, adding that Alec Burks and Mitchell Robinson could be on the table in trade discussions.
- Kings expected to try and move Harrison Barnes, Buddy Hield: Both veterans are available in trade talks with longtime NBA journalist Marc Stein writing that there’s a “rising belief around the league” that the Kings are determined to trade Barnes ahead of the trade deadline