But 15 times in the regular season, Singler wasn’t even on Oklahoma City’s active roster. And in a five-game playoff series loss to the Rockets, Singler played just once, 10 nondescript minutes in a Game 2 loss. That lack of production – coupled with Singler’s salary – has led to speculation about his future. But moving him isn’t a given. The Thunder could find a trade partner – a team willing to bet Singler could return to his Detroit form, or one willing to take him on as part of a larger deal – or it could waive him.
Rose gave no indication he was looking for a buyout, still saying he hopes to be with the Knicks long-term. If there’s a buyout in the offing, it’s news to Rose, who still is hoping to re-sign with the Knicks. “I hope so — they didn’t trade me,’’ Rose said. “That’s a good sign. My job is to come in and get better every day. You have to ask Steve about that. If you ask me, I’ll probably sign me for a couple of more years.”
Mike B: @stevekylerNBA do you think the Celtics would have interest in Sanders /Bogut. Steve Kyler: No interest in Sanders. Did not do well in his workout. Bogut is a real possibility. Cavs, C’s, Rockets all said to be under consideration.
Jermaine Reese: @stevekylerNBA so lue said he worked out good and/or he was amazed with his athleticism. But he didnt work out good? Smh 🤔 Steve Kyler: Cavs liked him, but Lakers and Celtics were not interested. Cavs consider him if they miss on Bogut.