Jefferson has barely anything to do in the NBA Trade Rumors because of his untradeable contract. Says Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo!:
League sources say the Spurs have raised (Richard Jefferson's) name in trades talks but found out quickly there's no market for him and his contract.
Boo hoo. Jefferson has been, shall I say, a disappointment with San Antonio lately. Hasn't been doing much and the Spurs are in a hole. They just lost to the Lakers without Kobe and allowed Pau Gasol to look like a weirder-looking version with the talent of LeBron James! And they are 29-21 now, I believe.
Might as well have to at least try to ship him off. Tyrus Thomas and Amare Stoudemire have been in talks with the Spurs so far with the Richard Jefferson issue.
With Joel Pyrzbilla and Greg Oden out for the season with the Blazers, they have been looking at Wizards' center Brendan Haywood. But what would Portland offer for him? The Wizards suggest Rudy Fernandez and/or Nicolas Batum.
Other teams in the mix for Haywood have been the Rockets, Heat, Bobcats, and still a bit of the 76ers who may offer Andre Iguodala for him and Caron Butler.
The Mavericks have been looking at a lot of guys lately. They have extremely strong interest in Caron Butler as of late. They have also gone into Kevin Martin of the Kings, in which they would give up Erick Dampier and Josh Howard. They would also give up those guys for Andre Iguodala. I expect the Mavs to get somebody by the trade deadline.
Here we go again. Amare Stoudemire has been getting all the interest he wants still. The Detroit Pistons are now in the mix. But here's a crazier scenario with Stoudemire in the mix of a deal between the Sixers, Pistons, and Suns together! Writes Paul Coro of the Arizona Republic:
Possibilities with Philadelphia could be stronger with two fronts, a deal between bringing in swingman Andre Iguodala for Stoudemire with perhaps young power forward Marreese Speights or a three-way deal involving Detroit with Pistons guard Ben Gordon winding up in Philadelphia and the Suns getting Iguodala and Detroit power forward Chris Wilcox.
Good deal. Other teams have interest in Amare like the Nets, Bulls, Spurs, you know...
Marcus Camby is in the rumors, too! With the Clippers out of playoff contention, there's been rumors off Camby being shipped off. Interests for Camby include the Knicks and his old team: the Nuggets.
Camby would most likely fall in New York. It has been said that Darko Milicic will be the suitor if the Clippers were to ship him off.
Tyrus Thomas has been in the rumors. The Nuggets have been looking for a big man lately, and Thomas seems their best option. Also, Thomas can fall with the Celtics or Lakers if the Kirk Hinrich rumors were to fall.
Along with that, the Spurs and Kings have been looking at Thomas. Spurs could offer Manu Ginobili's expiring contract along with the Kings putting up Kevin Martin. There is also the Blazers, who are in very deep need of a big man. Rudy Fernandez or Nicolas Batum would be offered most likely.
Luke Ridinour, Hakim Warrick, and Joe Alexander may all be on the move. Writes the Journal Times:
Some people in the know claim the Milwaukee Bucks are dangling veteran point guard Luke Ridnour, who is having a stellar season, along with veteran forward Hakim Warrick and young forward Joe Alexander, whom the Bucks chose with the eighth overall pick in the 2008 NBA draft but have since soured on.
A lot of trade rumors lately. I'd really like to see one of them actually happen!