The trade market for Andre Drummond has been weak. While seven teams have been reported to have interest in Drummond, no team has made an offer that has met the desires of Detroit in a move that would ship the two-time all-star out of the city.
According to James Edwards of The Athletic, no team has offered a first-round pick for the services of Drummond, who has a $28 million player option at the end of this season.
The Pistons have maintained that Drummond is worth more, which is why Edwards says that the trade talks surrounding him could drag out until the trade deadline.
This is why Drummond trade rumors could drag out until closer to the Feb. 6 deadline before a deal ultimately gets done.
Drummond, 26, has averaged 17.2 points and 15.7 rebounds per game this season.
Detroit has reportedly talked to Dallas, Toronto, Boston, Charlotte, New York, Cleveland, Atlanta, and Portland about Drummond.
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