NBA Trade Deadline: Pass or Pursue the Most Tradeable Player on Every Team

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Toronto Raptors - Goran Dragic

Goran Dragic is approaching 36, is a point guard, and is injured. While the Spurs have reasons to regret trading him back when they drafted him in 2008, there's simply no reason for a reunion this late.

Verdict: Pass

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Utah Jazz - Joe Ingles

It's always good to have a 40% 3-point shooter on your team, but there are a lot of other things to consider about Joe Ingles. The savvy veteran is 34 years old now and just tore his ACL. Coming back from such an injury is always a huge ordeal, and to do that while in your mid-30s is even tougher. Ingles may have an expiring contract, but what value would the Spurs be getting back from taking him? I'm not sure there's much when you consider their current timeline.

Verdict: Pass

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Washington Wizards - Bradley Beal

There's no question Bradley Beal was born to score the ball. Now in his 10th season with the Washington Wizards, he's coming off back-to-back 30+ point seasons and has made the NBA All-Star team in three of the past five seasons.

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Since Washington has only made the playoffs in half of his time with the club, it's starting to look like a divorce might be wise. The star guard has a player option for 2022-23 and could decide to go somewhere else more promising with money to spend on him. There's no reason the Spurs shouldn't at least pursue someone like Beal.

Verdict: Pursue