Some team might want him around the trade deadline for instant offense off the bench, but doubtful anybody gives up any real value for him. After all, there's a reason he wasn't signed until late October.
A second round pick is all I expect Barbosa is worth. Maybe two if they're in the latter half of the second round.
We'll see if he's even on the roster by the trade deadline. He could be waived to make room for some veteran castoffs from some other teams.
He's a D-league project. Enough said.
Same value as when selected. Late first, early second.
He's a waiver wire candidate for somebody around the trade deadline. Or a retiree before season's end.
Worth more to the Celtics than he'd be to some other team in any deal.
Much like Lee, Bass is on a reasonable contract, but he's a role player at best, probably ideally suited to a back-up role. Hard to find a market for a player like that making $6 million a year, especially one who hasn't played particularly well so far this season.
A strong backup PF worth $4-5 million a year being paid $7 million.
So about 40-55% more than he should be. And locked up for two more seasons after this one. Unlikely to get comparable value in return without taking an equally bad or worse contract back in exchange. If they take a much worse contract, maybe they could get an upgrade.
He's having an okay season if you ignore his outside shooting. But a huge part of his value in the past has been his outside shooting, so that's kind of a big deal. He's not drastically overpaid, but until he starts playing better his contract isn't really a "bargain," either. What you see is what you get with Courtney Lee, though it's probably safe to assume he'll find his three point stroke again eventually, and he's just entering his prime. He's far from worthless, but I don't see any teams falling over themselves to acquire him, either.
Valued role player. Plays good defense. Shoots very well. Decent ball-handler, passer and decision maker. Doesn't rebound.
Several teams will be interested in him as a role player. Some as a starter. Others as a reserve. Obviously, minutes available at his new team will play a big role in dictating value. So the ones who will be interested in him as a starter (say Minnesota, maybe Chicago) are the best bets for value.
A late first round pick. A comparable mid-level rotation player. Unlikely to net a solid starter in return. More likely a strong bench player.
Unless another top player like Chris Paul becomes available on the trade market, it seems unlikely that Ainge will look to move Rondo. As it stands, Rondo's trade value has never been higher, but aside from a dollar-for-three-quarters kind of deal, it's hard to imagine Rondo getting moved.
There are only around 10 players in the league you consider trading Rondo for and none of them are on the market right now. No trade.
Though Danny supposedly came close to trading Pierce last season, with KG locked up for a couple more seasons, it's hard to envision him trading Pierce. I think Pierce is basically slated to retire in green unless he and KG both request a trade.
From the sound of it, the only reason he chose to continue his career rather than retire was because he had the option of returning to Boston to play for Doc Rivers. I think he might actually have a no-trade clause. KG isn't going anywhere unless he requests it.
Can't upgrade the team by trading Garnett or Pierce. Too old.
Only value in trading either player is to initiate rebuilding and pick up some assets in the process.
Danny's first goal of the off-season was to woo Terry to come to Boston to win championships. Trading Jason Terry with less than half a season in Boston could have a serious chilling effect on future attempts to bring free agents to town. Not to mention that Terry is having one of his worst seasons and is already 35, meaning his trade value isn't high.
Maybe. Contract is nice and low on a per annum basis. Makes it easier to move him.
Only title contenders would be interested in him. Everyone knows what he is capable of. What he achieved in Dallas. I think he'll still be valued highly as a sixth man.
There is a chance you could get something of comparable value back in return for Terry. Probably not scoring. More of a defender/rebounder type or an all-rounder. The team acquiring him will probably only do so if they need extra scoring punch. But there is a chance you could get a high level role player in exchange for Terry. Edit:
Trading Terry for a high level role player at another position and promoting Leandro Barbosa to lead backup guard could actually be a very good idea for Boston. I wonder if there is something there.
Still looks like one of the worst contracts given out this summer, despite the fact that he's had some good games in recent weeks. He just hasn't been consistent enough, and he's still completely disappearing at times. Perhaps by the All-Star break he will have strung together enough good performances to establish some trade value, but at the moment he'd pretty much be filler in any deal, considering how many years he's got left. Some teams might still hold out hope that he can be a top offensive option if given the chance with a starting job, but considering how much he's owed, it'd be a tough sell.
I think J.Green is a player, much like Bargnani, who's value will vary widely throughout the league. Some will be scared off by his contract, health and inconsistency. Some will see strong potential and be willing to take a chance on him.
I have to believe that Danny was forced into giving J.Green all that money (per annum + length of deal) this summer because of other team's strong interest. Presumably there are still several teams out there who will be willing to take a chance on him and give up something of good value.
Bradley has shown some good stuff, but we're talking about a month or two of regular rotation minutes followed by months of inactivity due to a couple of pretty serious injuries to his shoulders. He's going to have to play really well to re-establish his value, and a month and a half or so (from January to mid-February) probably won't be long enough.
He's shown some good stuff, but he hasn't exactly been consistent, and he's still a rookie. Trading him now would be selling really low. I'm sure some teams like what they've seen and regret somewhat their decision to pass on him in the draft, but he still hasn't proven that he's a sure thing to be more than a backup.
Uncertain about Bradley and Sully.
I'd say Sully's is quite low. Still soon after the draft and he hasn't accomplished much yet. Probably similar to where it was at draft time. A mid to low first rounder.
Avery Bradley is hard to place trade value wise.