Team: Portland Trail Blazers
2011-2012 Per-Game Stats: 13.7 points, 1.7 assists, 3.4 rebounds
After Brandon Roy was forced to retire prematurely, the reins were handed over to Wesley Matthews at shooting guard. He was supposed to be the next important player for the Portland Trail Blazers, and this was supposed to be his breakout year.
He hasn't been, and it wasn't.
This entire season was a disappointment for Matthews and it may already be time for him to get a fresh start with a new team.
During a chat session in early March, John Hollinger echoed these sentiments:
"The Blazers will move pretty much anybody except Aldridge and Batum, and they might even move Batum if the right Canadian point guard came along. So yes, expect conversations involving Wallace, Felton, Crawford, Camby and Matthews."
That was before the trading deadline, but it doesn't mean it won't apply to the offseason as well.