J.J. Hickson has been a fixture in trade rumors over the past few weeks, but it doesn't appear as if Portland has been able to find any takers, according to a report from Ken Berger of CBS Sports.
Hickson, who is set to be a restricted free agent at the end of the season, has been averaging 13 points and 10 rebounds a game on 57 percent shooting while playing out of position as the Blazers' starting center.
After being in playoff contention for most of the year, Portland has lost its last six games to fall to the No. 10 seed in the Western Conference.
But while the Trail Blazers may be more concerned about the future than this season, it doesn't appear that Hickson can get them much in the form of long-term assets. The Blazers have reportedly been trying to move him for a first-round pick, but they haven't been able to find many teams willing to give up much for a two-month rental on a backup big man.
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