4. Bogdan Bogdanovic
Averaging 14.3 points per game on the season, Bogdan Bogdanovic has been viewed as one of the more intriguing players on the trade market. The Kings have already been approached by the Los Angeles Lakers regarding a deal, but those talks went nowhere.
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The Kings are reportedly open to making a deal for the shooting guard if the price is right, making it likely a trade will happen.
Set to make $9 million this season and enter free agency, Bogdanovic has publicly said he is searching for a larger contract — one Sacramento may not want to tie themselves into.
If they were to deal the 27-year-old guard, the Kings would likely receive some solid assets in return rather than possibly lose him for nothing. With several teams scouring for an affordable offensive spark before the deadline, Bogdanovic stands as one of the best.
That mixed with the team’s willingness to move on for the right haul in return, Bogdanovic is likely to be traded before February 6th.