Charlotte Hornets: Each trade candidates potential return

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Frank Kaminsky

It’s been a tough season for Frank Kaminsky, who has been out of the Charlotte Hornets rotation for the majority of the time and has been heavily involved in trade rumors throughout the season.

He’s not the best trade asset that the Hornets have, but since he’ll be a free agent after this year, it’s realistic to think that a team could take a chance and trade for Kaminsky to see what he can do before he does eventually hit free agency.

Kaminsky certainly won’t bring in a whole lot for the Hornets, but at least it’s something, because his future with the team is at it’s lowest point. At this rate, you’ll take a second round pick for Kaminsky and move on.

Like Marvin Williams, stretch-fours are coveted around the league. There’s a spot for him in the NBA, but it is not with the Hornets. Getting him some playing time before the Trade Deadline could boost his trade value and be beneficial.

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I’m not saying that these five players will be traded, but they are certainly candidates. It will be interesting to see what the Hornets do as we get closer to the Trade Deadline. Be sure to keep February 7th marked on your calendar!