Kevin Martin Trade Rumors: Latest News, Speculation on Timberwolves SG

Daniel Kramer@dkramer_Featured Columnist

Minnesota Timberwolves' Kevin Martin adjusts an arm sleeve during the first half of an NBA basketball game against the Phoenix Suns Sunday, Dec. 13, 2015, in Phoenix.  The Suns defeated the Timberwolves 108-101. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
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The Minnesota Timberwolves are actively seeking to move struggling shooting guard Kevin Martin,'s Chris Broussard reported Monday.

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Knicks Unable to Land Martin

Thursday, Feb. 18's Marc Stein reported the New York Knicks "made a trade run" at Martin, but the deal "appears unlikely to come together."

Martin Seeking Trade Out of Minnesota

Wednesday, Feb. 17

Marc J. Spears of Yahoo Sports reported that Martin is hoping to be traded "as reward for his professionalism and mentoring of young teammates."

Mavericks Interested in Martin

Tuesday, Feb. 16

The Dallas Mavericks would contemplate bringing in Martin if he were bought out by the Timberwolves, per Tim MacMahon of, who added they don't want to pay him the $7 million owed next season.

Martin on Heat's Radar

Monday, Feb. 15

Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald noted the Miami Heat could be interested in Martin if Minnesota buys him out.

Martin Falling Out of Favor in Minnesota

Martin, who has missed the team's last nine games after suffering a wrist injury, is shooting a career-low 37.5 percent from the floor while averaging 11.3 points, 1.3 assists and 2.0 rebounds in 22.6 minutes per contest this year.

His decline in production and injury problems, along with the development of Zach LaVine, have pushed Martin out of the starting rotation for the first time since he joined Minnesota in 2013-14.

Broussard indicated that Minnesota is also looking to move Adreian Payne and is open to dealing Ricky Rubio. The Wolves would like to add Miles Plumlee from the Milwaukee Bucks, according to Broussard.

The Wolves are a team to watch in the coming years with a young core of LaVine, Andrew Wiggins and Karl-Anthony Towns. By moving the 33-year-old Martin, Minnesota could try to add another young playmaker to its roster.