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Which players are reportedly available ahead of the 2020 NBA trade deadline?

With less than a week remaining until the trade deadline, trade talks are starting to heat up.

This season's trade deadline isn't expected to be as wild as last season's, but there are a number of players who have reportedly been made available ahead of Feb. 6.

This list will be updated if and when there are more reports.

Tristan Thompson, Cleveland Cavaliers

The Cavaliers have made Thompson available ahead of the deadline, according to Chris Haynes of Yahoo Sports.

Thompson is in the final year of his contract, making $18.5 million. He's having a career year with averages of 11.9 points and 10.4 rebounds per game.

The Cavaliers are reportedly in "asset accumulation mode."

Clint Capela, Houston Rockets

ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski broke the news during the Super Bowl that the Rockets are "actively discussing" trades involving Capela in the hopes of getting draft assets in return that they can flip for an "impact wing player."

Capela is averaging 13.9 points and 13.8 rebounds in 32.8 minutes per game this season.

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Derrick Rose, Detroit Pistons

Shams Charania of The Athletic reported last week that the Pistons are "open to discussing deals" for Rose. Their asking price is reportedly a lottery-level first-round pick.

Rose is averaging 18.5 points and 5.8 assists per game this season. He recently scored 20 or more points in 14 straight games, the longest streak of his career.

Rose signed a two-year, $15 million contract with the Pistons in the offseason.

Andre Iguodala, Memphis Grizzlies

Chris Herrington of the Daily Memphian reported before the season that Iguodala and the Grizzlies reached an agreement that has allowed the three-time champion to be away from the team while they pursue trades.

More recently, Omari Sankofa II of The Athletic reported that the Grizzlies are "certain" that Iguodala will be moved before the deadline. The front office is reportedly seeking "a first-round pick or promising young player" in return.

The No. 9 pick in the 2004 NBA Draft, Iguodala has career averages of 12.1 points, 5.1 rebounds, 4.4 assists and 1.5 steals per game.

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Kevin Love, Cleveland Cavaliers

ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported in early December that the Cavaliers are "expressing a willingness to listen to offers" for Love.

The 31-year-old has three more years on his contract. He will make $31.3 million in 2020-21, $31.3 million in 2021-22 and $28.9 million in 2022-23.

Love is a five-time All-Star with two All-NBA Second Team selections in his career.

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Jrue Holiday, New Orleans Pelicans

Marc Stein of The New York Times reported in December that Holiday was available, although "it would surely cost a significant amount to pry him away."

Pelicans general manager David Griffin, however, said that he was "clearly not" trying to trade Holiday when asked about the report.

Holiday has been with the Pelicans since the 2013-14 season. He's averaging 19.7 points, 6.3 assists and 4.7 rebounds per game this season.

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Dewayne Dedmon, Sacramento Kings

In the first year of a three-year, $40 million contract, Dedmon has made it known that he would "like to go somewhere where my talents are appreciated."

Dedmon is coming off of a solid season with the Atlanta Hawks, in which he averaged 10.8 points, 7.5 rebounds and 1.1 blocks per game as the team's starting centre. He was Sacramento's starting centre at the beginning of the season, but he has since seen his role reduced greatly following a slow start and the emergence of Richaun Holmes.

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Andre Drummond, Detroit Pistons

ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski was the first to report that the Pistons have talked to several teams about potentially moving Drummond before the trade deadline.

Drummond is averaging 17.3 points and 15.7 rebounds per game this season. He's on track to lead the league in rebounding for the fourth time in five seasons.

Drummond has one more year remaining on his current contract, although it's a player option that he is expected to decline to become an unrestricted free agent.

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Robert Covington, Minnesota Timberwolves

According to Shams Charania and Jon Krawczynski of The Athletic, Minnesota is "expected to drive a hard bargain" for Covington, who has become a coveted player around the league.

A high volume 3-point shooter who is one of the more versatile defenders at the forward position, Covington is a player who would make sense on a number of teams. It helps that he's on a team-friendly contract that will pay him $12.1 million in 2020-21 and $13.0 million in 2021-22.

Chris Paul, Dennis Schroder, Steven Adams, Danilo Gallinari, Oklahoma City Thunder

Even though they have been one of the better teams in the Western Conference so far this season, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported earlier this month that the Thunder are "open for business."

Chris Paul, Dennis Schroder, Steven Adams and Danilo Gallinari are expected to draw interest from teams around the league.

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