When an NBA player is unhappy with their current team, it presents an opportunity to teams around the league.
At the same time, it’s worth questioning why that player is unhappy. If it’s because the team is losing, that’s perfect. Any team with winning aspirations should target him if they’ve got a place for him.
On the other hand, if its because they’d like a bigger role, that’s cause for concern. Can your team offer this player a bigger role?
Is it worth trading for him if he’s only going to grow unhappy with your squad?
Mitchell Robinson of the New York Knicks seems to fall in the latter group. He recently took to Instagram to voice complaints about his role with the team.
Could the Chicago Bulls acquire him this summer?