Malcolm Brogdon is hands down the most tradeable Blazer. Apart from perhaps Thybulle, he's the most attractive asset Portland has to offer a contender and, maybe more importantly, he's the player Cronin and Billups would be most willing to part with.
If he stays healthy, the veteran combo guard should find himself on the shortlist list for the league's Sixth Man of the Year Award for the second straight season. He's averaging 15.2 points and 5.7 assists on 48/38/77 splits and has served an important role for this Portland team in helping take some pressure off Henderson.
But with Scoot's recently improved play and the minutes Simons and Sharpe will get the remainder of the year, Brogdon is becoming more expendable and is reportedly worth a protected first-round pick. If any Blazer gets traded this season, it's most likely to be the 31-year-old who can provide bench production and 43 games of playoff experience to a team aiming for a championship.