According to a poll of eight NBA front office execs, Dwight Howard’s trade value is almost non-existent.
The exces concluded that the best-case trade scenario for the Hawks would be a second-round pick and cap relief for the 31-year-old Howard.
A poll of 8 NBA front office execs has yielded that — best case — the @ATLHawks could get a 2nd-rounder and cap relief for Dwight Howard.
— Kevin Arnovitz (@kevinarnovitz) May 2, 2017
While Howard still does some good things on the court, he still has two years and over $47 million left on his contract.
Safe to say the Hawks will probably be stuck with Howard until he becomes an expiring contract in 2018-19.