Sixteen players become trade-eligible

Bulls forward Nikola Mirotic appears to be on his way to the bench.

NBA trade restrictions have officially been lifted for the majority of offseason signees, as of 12:01 a.m. Monday.

That means even more players are eligible to be traded between now and the Feb. 8 deadline.

“The 16 players whose trade restrictions lift today meet a specific set of criteria: Not only did they re-sign with their previous teams this offseason, but they received raises of at least 20 percent, their salaries are worth more than the minimum, and their teams were over the cap, using Bird or Early Bird rights to sign them,” wrote Luke Adams of HoopsRumors.

Via ESPN, here are the 16 latest players who meet the criteria:

  • Cristiano Felicio,¬†Bulls
  • JaMychal Green, Grizzlies
  • Blake Griffin, Clippers
  • Jrue Holiday, Pelicans
  • Serge Ibaka, Raptors
  • Andre Iguodala, Warriors
  • Joe Ingles, Jazz
  • Kyle Korver, Cavaliers
  • Shaun Livingston, Warriors
  • Kyle Lowry, Raptors
  • Patty Mills, Spurs
  • Nikola Mirotic, Bulls*
  • Mason Plumlee, Nuggets
  • Otto Porter,¬†Wizards*
  • Andre Roberson, Thunder
  • Tony Snell, Bucks

* Player must give approval for a trade to take place