Published: Tue, January 30, 2018
Sports | By Toni Houston

Could Avery Bradley be trade target for Cavs, Lakers?

Could Avery Bradley be trade target for Cavs, Lakers?

The NBA has its first blockbuster move ahead of the February 8 trade deadline.

The Pistons are rapidly falling down the standings in the Eastern Conference as the team continues to deal with injuries to key players, including starting point guard Reggie Jackson.

According to Wojnarowski, Bradley is part of a trade package on the way to the Los Angeles Clippers in exchange for Blake Griffin.

For the Cavaliers, the ESPN proposed trade would send big man Channing Frye, forward Jae Crowder, the Cavs' first-round pick in 2018, plus Miami's 2020 second-round pick and Cleveland's 2023 second-round pick for Bradley and Stanley Johnson.

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Jordan Clarkson is the player that has been surrounded by most of the trade discussion due to his recent uptick in production, his contract, and the front office's plans to clear as much cap space as possible for this summer. Detroit has lost eight straight games and 12 of its past 15 since point guard was lost with an ankle injury. He's scoring 15.0 points a night and hauling in 2.4 rebounds while shooting 40.9 percent from the floor - all of those have fallen compared to last season.

Earlier this season, it was reported that the Pistons were interested in Chicago Bulls forward Nikola Mirotic, but it remains to be seen if the team will pull the trigger on such a trade.

Bradley might be a long shot, but the same was said about Paul George and Carmelo Anthony. The Celtics very well might be active looking for bench help at the deadline, but they won't be able to bring back Bradley.

Griffin, 28, is in the first year of a five-year, 173 million dollar contract. It also assures the Pistons of something in return instead of seeing him walk away as a free agent.

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