NBA trade season is in the air. Dec. 15 has come and gone, lifting the majority of restrictions from players being traded who were signed as free agents this summer, and it's only a matter of time before a big trade happens. Oh, wait, Masai Ujiri already made that happen, didn't he?
Houston Rockets center Omer Asik is bound to be in a new uniform any day now, the New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets have been in a race to see who can land Kyle Lowry first and who knows what other out-of-nowhere trade goodness could pop up between now and February.
The Dream Shakediscusses the inevitability of Asik being traded this week, despite not knowing where the Rockets will send him, the team's potential need for a defensive wing and the low-key potential of the team trying to move Jeremy Lin this season as well.
Sactown Royalty already absorbed the shock of the Kings acquiring Rudy Gay out of nowhere and wonders if they have another card up their sleeve to upgrade the power forward position.
Indy Cornrowsdiscusses Larry Bird's revelation that the Pacers have gone through every team, picked out trade targets and are open to tweaking the roster.
Silver Screen and Rollknows the Lakers need to find a way to gain assets, whether it's through draft picks or players still on rookie contracts, but aren't sure how the team can do that with such limited offerings.
Peachtree Hoops explains why the Hawks have a handful of enticing players teams will make a call to pry away.
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