- May 31, 2007
Yup. There is none, which takes another possible team off the table. Philly and Phoenix have the assets but are too young for a superstar in his prime to be interested so they would be flushing assets down the toilet just so that they can win 25-35 games and hurt their 2017 draft position.If Westbrook really is locked in on the Lakers for the following year, what's their incentive for trading for him now? Just sign him when the time comes, and use those trade chips to build around him
The real question here is how locked in Westbrook is to the Lakers. If he really is a stronger lean to them, it's foolish for anyone to trade for him, including the Celtics.