Dennis Schroder Can Envision Being Traded To Pacers, Bucks

David Hein

David Hein

The problem with that is, Schroder is still under contract with the Hawks for $46.5 million over the next three years, so unless a trade is in the works he'll be spending the next few seasons in Atlanta.

According to Slam Magazine, Schroder "will meet with the Hawks in a week to discuss his future with the organization". "Those are two teams where you can say the organization is going in the right direction". This has many wondering about Schroder's future in Atlanta, as well as Dennis Schroder's trade value in the National Basketball Association.

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As the Atlanta Hawks Reddit pointed out, he has unfollowed the Hawks on Instagram and has deleted every post that was related to the team. Schroder also suggested some discontent with Atlanta's 24-58 record this season. His shooting percentage from the field dropped from the year before and he shot under 30% from behind the 3-point line, also making him a potential liability as a shooter. He is young and a very crafty ball handler, something many teams are after these days.

Now the question becomes how much a contending team would be willing to give up for Schroder. In a press conference in Germany, Schroder said he does not want to waste his golden years toiling away on a bad team. Indiana (Darren Collison) and Milwaukee (Eric Bledsoe) already have above-average point guards on the roster. Despite his interest, Schroder may want to look elsewhere to be traded to.

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