Latest NBA Trade Rumors: Randle, Davis, Westbrook, Pacers, More

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With much of the focus around the NBA being on the playoff seeding for teams making a late push to maximize their outlook, there is still plenty of intriguing storylines about what could unfold in the upcoming offseason.

An increasing number of teams find themselves being officially eliminated from playoff contention—focusing the perspective on potential changes to the roster. Among those teams is the New York Knicks and Indiana Pacers.

One team that still hopes to get into the play-in but could end up not making the cut is the Los Angeles Lakers. Russell Westbrook has been a key name in NBA trade rumors over the last few months, but Anthony Davis has emerged at times, too.

Some teams will be turning to the 2022 NBA Draft to add the next key member of their core to build their roster around long-term. However, there are veteran names on some of those squads that could be on the move.

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Let’s take a look at some of the latest NBA trade rumors as the offseason begins to approach, including the Indiana Pacers, Los Angeles Lakers, and New York Knicks, along with intriguing names like Russell Westbrook, Julius Randle, and Anthony Davis.

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