The trade market for Andre Drummond is almost non-existent, according to Adrian Wojnarowki of ESPN. This doesn’t really come as a shock for a couple of reasons. First, his contract is set to expire in the offseason. The Detroit Pistons haven’t shown a ton of interest in bringing him back and if this is the case, anybody can add him without having to give up assets.
Woj on the Pistons: "market has been really slow" on Andre Drummond.— Michael Gallagher (@MikeSGallagher) January 30, 2020
The other problem is that there isn’t much of a desire for centers that can’t shoot and extend the floor. Drummond clogs the paint on offense and his attempts to add a three-point shot to his game have not gone well. After shooting 13.2% from three last season, he’s shooting a less than inspiring 4.8% this season. Woj mentioned the New York Knicks as a team he could see getting involved in a trade for Drummond as the deadline gets closer.