Melo is not at all a tradeable piece.
Jadeon Howell

I think if the Knicks gave him up for free they could move off of him if they really wanted to. That is how I interpret the term “tradeable” although Brandon may have a different definition.

If the term “tradeable” means that you can get value back for him, then I don’t think he is, unless you are willing to take less than what the Clippers got for CP3 (despite having 0 leverage, legitimately the best trade the Clippers have made since acquiring CP3).

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