According to numerous league sources, interest in a trade for center Brad Miller has been lukewarm and might take some time to heat up as the February trade deadline approaches. As a result, the Kings are believed to have expanded their list of available players since the season's outlook is so grim.
The one player consistently producing – swingman John Salmons – could be among those offered merely because he could command the most in return. The relevant question, of course, is whether the Kings see him as part of the long-term solution.
Salmons, 29, has three seasons and $16.3 million remaining on his contract. That includes a player option for the 2010-11 season worth $5.8 million. He is averaging career highs in points (19.7), field-goal percentage (49.3) three-point percentage (40.9) and minutes (36.9).
Miller and Salmons on the block in Sacramento?
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