With only three days left before the NBA trade deadline, teams are looking for that possible game-changing player who could boost their fortunes going into the playoffs.
Hood had the best night of any bench player in the NBA dropping a game-high 30 points in Utah’s 133-109 win over the Pelicans.
According to the Salt Lake Tribune, the 25-year-old guard has at least five teams after him on the trade market as the Thunder, Pistons, Bulls, Magic and Nuggets all have their eyes on the playmaker.
Walker is another player who could move, though it will be tougher to do so as he is a guard who has some limitations on defense and his lack of size can turn off some teams.
However, his ability to score, as was shown with a 20-point night in a 121-104 loss to the Nuggets, is very attractive to teams.
According to ESPN, the Cavaliers have shown interest in Walker, although Cleveland does not have the most attractive trade package.
Heat center Bam Adebayo has a long way to go as a player, but his 18 points and 10 rebounds in a 111-109 loss to the Magic really showed off his potential.
Oklahoma City dominated the Warriors 108-91 in their only other meeting this year and with the way the Thunder play defense, (they rank 6th in the NBA in points allowed per game) they present an interesting matchup with Golden State.