If you’ve got an opportunity to buy low, always take it. The same principles apply to the NBA trade market.
After all, those opportunities are rare. Even if you don’t need what’s being sold, if the price is right, you should grab it. You may need it later – or it may appreciate in value.
Sometimes, a player’s value hits an all-time low. Often, that’s a good time for an opposing team to make a move for them.
Take Cam Reddish. He was a highly anticipated prospect. was supposed to be a 3-and-D wing with secondary shot creation coming out of college.
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Unfortunately, he’s in the midst of another inefficient shooting season for the New York Knicks.
Now could be the time to make a move for him. Here’s a deal that has the Denver Nuggets doing exactly that.