Veteran NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN dropped tidbits of information regarding the latest movements on the trading front with roughly a month remaining in the trading window.

Woj discussed several trade possibilities, some of which involve established players like center DeAndre Jordan of the Los Angeles Clippers and point guard Reggie Jackson of the Detroit Pistons, in his latest insider report on Also discussed in his report is the availability of superstars Paul George, DeMarcus Cousins and Marc Gasol in potential trade negotiations.

The Untouchable One?

It appears OKC Thunder Sam Presti very much knew the risks the moment he contacted the Indiana Pacers front office in late June. According to Woj, Presti surrendered to the fact that he wouldn’t get any heads up from George regarding his plans next summer. The superstar swingman can become a free agent in July by opting out of the final year on his deal, putting OKC’s future in a precarious position.

Inside report: Woj believes OKC will keep their power trio intact beyond the trade deadline. They are hopeful their current roster will eventually find their groove just in time for the postseason grind.

The goal is to topple the Golden State Warriors, but even if they come up short of achieving such a daunting task, a Western Conference finals stint could convince George and perhaps Carmelo Anthony to do it again for one more season.

Determined to keep Twin Tower

The New Orleans Pelicans are another team that could lose a recent big trade acquisition next summer if things don’t improve at the end of the season.

Cousins is in his contract year, and he will command multiple suitors once he hits the free agency market in July. The Pelicans boast arguably the most formidable big men tandem in the NBA with both Cousins and Anthony Davis on the frontcourt. Unfortunately, the Pelicans are still a middle-of-the-pack team, barely hovering above .500 (20-19) at this point of the season.

Inside report: Woj really thinks Cousins will stay with the Pelicans beyond the trade deadline. Like the Thunder, the Pels are still high on the Cousins-Anthony tandem and their potential to do greater things. “So far, New Orleans is determined to re-sign center DeMarcus Cousins and hasn't invited trade offers on him,” according to Woj.

Grizz in quandary

That disastrous start really put the Memphis Grizzlies in a bad spot for the remainder of the season. Despite losing Zach Randolph and Vince Carter to free agency in the offseason, hopes were high that Memphis would still make it in the playoffs this year.

Now that the Grizzlies are virtually out in the playoff race, rumblings about a potential fire sale emerge. There are even reports indicating the potential availability of Mike Conley, Tyreke Evans, and center Marc Gasol. Of the three, Gasol might draw the best returns because of his reputation as a productive center.

Inside Report: Woj doesn’t think the Grizz will part ways with their franchise center, although the situation could change if the front office feels it’s time to push the rebuild button. Gasol even expressed his desire to play for a contender at this point in his career, which the Grizzlies are obviously not. For now, Gasol is off the market, but expect trade rumors to ramp up as the trade deadline draws near. “Teams are curious to study Memphis' plans with center Marc Gasol, but so far, the Grizzlies say they're planning to keep him,” Wojnarowski stated.