A trade from Dennis Schröder before the Trade Deadline on 10 February continues to be very likely – but not to the Dallas Mavericks. For this, the L.A. Clippers allegedly interested in Braunschweig.

As Kevin O’Connor (the Ringer) reports, the Clippers are looking for a new Point Guard, as options he brings Jalen Brunson, Schröder, Kemba Walker, Goran Dragic, Spencer Dinwiddie or John Wall into the game. As a counterpart, Los Angeles offers Eric Bledsoe, Serge Ibaka or Marcus Morris.

However, O’Connor also notes that Schröder would be a rather difficult fit at the side of Reggie Jackson. The clippers allegedly want to put a playmaker to the scorey Guard.

The Dallas Mavericks are also looking for another Ballhandler on the side of Luka Doncic, even for the Texans Schröder was repeatedly brought as an option into play. However, according to information by Marc Stein, the MAVs are not interested in a trade for the 28-year-old.

Schröder so far shows a season with some on and abs in the jersey of the Boston Celtics. On average, the German 14.8 points and 4.5 assists on throw quotas of 43.7 percent from the field and 35.2 percent from the distance. In so far 45 inserts he was allowed to ran 25 times from the beginning.

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Before the season, he signed a year-old contract in Boston in the amount of $ 5.9 million. Since the Celtics was now in the coming summer over the luxury tax boundary, Schröder could be too expensive on the free market, which is probably a departure. Accordingly, Boston could trade him to make an equal value.