NBA Trade Rumors: Full List of Players Available for Trade on December 15th

Among the key dates on this year’s NBA calendar, Thursday, December 15 is one of the most important.

While teams have had the opportunity to trade throughout the season, December 15 marks the unofficial start of the trading season. Why? Because on December 15, over 70 players who signed contracts during the 2022 off-season were approved for trading.

Of course, different contract terms result in different trading restrictions, and there are a number of players who still cannot be transferred, but the large new pool of eligible players means teams will have more negotiating flexibility and bargaining power in the trade market.

How many players are eligible to trade now? Below is a full list of players eligible for deals now and their salary for the 2022-23 season.

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Which NBA players will be tradable on December 15th?

Notable players include the two highest-paid players on the list: Philadelphia’s James Harden and New York’s Jalen Brunson, both of whom are unlikely to be transferred.

Players worth watching in trade talks include:

  • Chicago’s Goran Dragic and Andre Drummond should the Fighting Bulls part ways with veterans
  • Dallas’ JaVale McGee, who dropped out of the team’s rotation
  • Los Angeles’ Damian Jones and Juan Toscano-Anderson, in case the Lakers have to adjust pay in a trade
  • Collin Sexton from Utah, when jazz takes over the role of salesman, he’s focused on the future
player team salary
Aaron vacation hawks $1,836,090
Frank Kaminsky hawks $1,836,090
Danilo Gallinari Celts $6,479,000
Luke Kornet Celts $2,133,278
Sam Hauser Celts $1,637,966
Justin Jackson Celts $1,836,090
Noah Vonleh Celts $1,836,090
Patty Mills nets $6,479,000
Edmond Sumner nets $1,968,175
Markieff Morris nets $1,836,090
TJ Warren nets $1,836,090
Kessler Edwards nets $1,637,966
Yuta Watanabe nets $1,836,090
Andre Drummond cops $3,200,000
Derrick Jones Jr. cops $3,200,000
Goran Dragic cops $1,836,090
Ricky Rubio Cavaliers $5,853,659
Robin Lopez Cavaliers $1,836,090
Raul Neto Cavaliers $1,836,090
Ja Vale McGee outsider $5,461,219
Theo Pinson outsider $1,836,090
Bruce Brown nuggets $6,479,000
Of which reeds nuggets $1,902,133
DeAndre Jordan nuggets $1,836,090
Marvin Bagley III Pistons $12,500,000
Kevin Knox II Pistons $3,000,000
Rodney McGruder Pistons $1,836,090
Donte DiVincenzo warrior $4,500,000
Yes, Mychal Green warrior $1,836,090
Jalen Smith pacemaker $4,670,160
James Johnson pacemaker $1,836,090
John Wall clippers $6,479,000
Lonnie Walker IV lakers $6,479,000
Damien Jones lakers $2,298,385
Troy Brown Jr. lakers $1,836,090
Thomas Bryant lakers $1,836,090
Juan Toscano Anderson lakers $1,836,090
Caleb Martin heat $6,479,000
Udonis Haslem heat $1,836,090
Joe Ingles dollar $6,479,000
Jevon Carter dollar $2,100,000
Serge Ibaka dollar $1,836,090
Wesley Matthews dollar $1,836,090
Kyle Anderson wood wolves $8,780,488
Bryn Forbes wood wolves $1,836,090
Nathan Knight wood wolves $1,836,090
Austin Rivers wood wolves $1,836,090
Jalen Brunson curtsy $27,733,332
Isaiah Hartenstein curtsy $7,804,879
Jericho Sims curtsy $1,639,842
Mike Muscala thunder $3,500,000
Bol Bol magic $2,200,000
James Harden 76er $33,000,000
PJ Tucker 76er $10,490,000
Daniel Haus Jr. 76er $4,105,000
Montrezl Harrell 76er $2,463,490
Bismack Biyombo to sunbathe $1,836,090
Damion Lee to sunbathe $1,836,090
Josh Okogie to sunbathe $1,836,090
Gary Payton II Trailblazer $8,300,000
Drew Eubanks Trailblazer $1,836,090
Malik Monk kings $9,472,219
Okpala concentration camp kings $1,902,133
Matthew Dellavedova kings $1,836,090
Chima Moneke kings $1,017,781
Gorgui Dieng spores $1,836,090
Otto Porter Jr. birds of prey $6,000,000
Juancho Hernangomez birds of prey $1,836,090
Justin Champagne birds of prey $1,637,966
Collin Kuester jazz $16,500,000
Simon Fontecchio jazz $3,205,128
Delon Wright wizard $7,804,878
Taj Gibson wizard $1,836,090
Anton Gil wizard $1,836,090
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