No players currently on the trade block.
To add a player to the trade block, go to his page and click the link under Player Actions.
What is the purpose of a trade block?
A pro sports team may put a player on the trade block for several reasons, but the primary purpose is to explore the possibility of trading that player to another team in exchange for other players, draft picks, or other assets. Some common reasons why a team might put a player on the trade block include:
To improve the team If a team feels that a particular player is not contributing to the team's success, they may put that player on the trade block in hopes of getting someone who can help the team win more games.
To free up salary cap space If a player has a high salary, a team may put that player on the trade block in order to free up salary cap space that can be used to sign other players or make other moves to improve the team.
To get assets for the future If a team is not in contention for the current season, they may put a player on the trade block in order to get draft picks or other assets that can help them in the future.
To resolve locker room issues If a player is causing issues in the locker room or is not getting along with teammates or coaches, a team may put that player on the trade block in order to move on and find someone who fits better with the team culture.
In short, putting a player on the trade block is a way for a team to explore their options and potentially make moves that can benefit the team in the short-term or long-term.