A brief overview of the players who will be able to oppose a trade if they wish during the 2022-23 season. There are two cases in which a player has a no-trade clause in his contract: if he negotiated it, or if he satisfies one of the conditions to automatically have one.
Players who have negotiated such a clause, there is only one in the NBA, it is the Wizards Bradley Beal. You should know that it is very very rare and he is only the 10th to get one.
However, a player gets one automatically if he meets one of these three conditions
- Have signed a qualifying offer.
- Have re-signed in the same team for a season or two with an option (player option or team option).
- Having been a free agent with restriction and having signed an offer on which his team has aligned.
The free agency is not yet over, but for the moment they are 17 to satisfy one of the 3 conditions mentioned.
- Deandre Ayton (Suns)
- Bismack Biyombo (Suns)
- Jevon Carter (bucks)
- Kessler Edwards (Net)
- Drew Eubanks (Trail Blazers)
- James Harden (Sixers)
- Serge Ibaka (bucks)
- Derrick Jones (Bulls)
- Nathan Knight (Timber Wolves) *
- Wesley Matthews (bucks)
- Xavier Moon (Clippers) *
- Mike Muscala (Thunder)
- Victor Oladipo (Heat)
- Theo Pinson (Mavericks)
- Rayjon Tucker (Bucks) *
- Luca Vildoza (Bucks) *
- Lindell Wigginton (Bucks) *
* Concerns players whose contract is not guaranteed.