With the February NBA trade deadline fast approaching, Saturday, January 15 is a date all NBA fans should keep an eye out for.

Why do you ask?

Well, because Dec. 15 was the first day many players who signed contracts in the offseason were eligible to be traded. That date doesn’t apply to all players who signed a new contract, but it does apply to most players.

However, there are some free-agent signers whose trade ineligibility lasts an additional month. These players below met a specific set of criteria, according to Hoops Rumors.

Want to see which players to include in all of your trading machine efforts? Take a look at a team-by-team breakdown below.

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Which NBA players are eligible to be traded on December 15?

atlanta falcons

  • JohnCollins, F.

Boston Celts


Brooklyn networks

  • Bruce Brown, G.

charlotte hornets

  • None

Chicago Bulls

  • None

Cleveland Knights

  • Jarrett Allen, C.

Dallas Mavericks

  • None

denver nuggets

  • None

detroit pistons

  • Hamidou Diallo, boyfriend/girlfriend

golden state warriors

  • None

houston rockets

  • David Nwaba

Indiana Pacers

  • TJ McConnell, G.

Los Angeles Clippers

  • Reggie Jackson, G.

Los Angeles Lakers

  • Talen Horton-Tucker, G.

memphis grizzlies

  • None

Miami Heat

  • Duncan Robinson, boyfriend/girlfriend

milwaukee dollars


minnesota timber wolves

  • Jordan McLaughlin, G.
  • Jarred Vanderbilt, F.

new orleans pelicans

  • Josh Hart, G.

New York Knicks

  • Derrick Rose, G.

oklahoma city thunder

  • None

orlando magic

  • None

Philadelphia 76ers

  • Furkan Korkmaz, G.

phoenix suns

  • cameron payne

Portland Trail Blazers

Norman Powell, girlfriend and boyfriend

kings of sacrament

  • Terrence Davis, F.
  • Richaun Holmes, C.

San Antonio Spurs

  • None

toronto raptors

  • Gary Trent Jr.

utah jazz

  • None

washington wizards

  • None