Plumlee’s minutes have steadily declined this season…
Wright traded to Suns: Center completes move to Phoenix from Celtics.
Several teams interested in Dragic: Point guard popular choice ahead of free agency.
Dragic open to Knicks move: Slovenian star considers life outside of Phoenix.
The Phoenix Suns have reportedly put big man Miles Plumlee on the trade block and they are actively seeking to deal him ahead of the February 19 trade deadline.
It is understood that the franchise is working together with his agent, Mark Bartelstein, to try and find a new team for the third-year center who has seen his minutes decline this season.
Plumlee is averaging 13.5 minutes per game this month which is compared to 23.5 minutes per game in November and he is only set to face further competition in the frontcourt moving forward.
The Suns acquired Brandan Wright from the Boston Celtics earlier this month while Alex Len continues to make good progress and has impressed in recent weeks.
As a result, Plumlee is now considered a moveable asset and the 26-year-old could potentially welcome the prospect of moving on in order to get more minutes elsewhere.
Phoenix are reportedly seeking at least one future first-round Draft pick for the 26-year-old who was selected with the 26th overall pick by the Indiana Pacers in the 2012 Draft.
Plumlee’s brother, Mason, was selected No.22 overall by the Brooklyn Nets in the 2013 Draft, but after speculation last month that he could move on from the Barclays Center, it appears as though his sibling is the one set to be looking for a new home.
The Suns are currently 24-18 for the season as they look to hold on to the eighth spot in the Western Conference, the final place for the playoffs, with the Oklahoma City Thunder and New Orleans Pelicans continuing to chase them down.