It's getting close to the time where teams need to start to decide if they are contenders or not.
When they do, making moves becomes a big priority.
There aren't many people currently on the trade block, but some early deals could still be in the works far before the March 15 NBA trade deadline.
Here's a look at a few guys that could be on the move long before then.
The New Orleans Hornets have made it known that they intend to trade Kaman. As many as six teams lined up to inquire about his services.
Early indications are that the Houston Rockets and the Indiana Pacers are the leading candidates for Kaman, who could be moved fairly soon.
UPDATE: The Hornets have taken Kaman off the trade market for the time being.
Sessions would be a good grab for teams needing a point guard.
He lost his job to Kyrie Irving in Cleveland, but Sessions is still a good guard.
So far, the Los Angeles Lakers and New York Knicks are two of the teams checking in on him.
Jackson indicated that he would like to play with Dwight Howard in New Jersey and could be on the move soon.
He and coach Scott Skiles hate each other and the Bucks have been a better team on those days where Jackson is either benched or suspended.
Jackson hasn't yet demanded a trade but has admitted he's frustrated with his current situation.
There's a good chance he's at least moved before the deadline. The Bucks aren't paying him $9.26 million to ride the bench.
It's known that the Raptors would like to move Calderon and the Lakers could be the team to jump into the mix for him if they fail to acquire Sessions.
The Raptors are looking for a starting small forward and the Lakers may be able to help them, or get them closer to acquiring one.
With Eric Bledsoe set to return soon, the Clippers have an abundance of point guards and need some more frontcourt depth.
Williams is the logical choice to be shipped out to acquire much needed help. He hasn't demanded a trade, but the Clippers will have to be aggressive and make a move.