Victor Oladipo has one season remaining on his contract with the Indiana Pacers and his future remains uncertain as he continues to work on getting back to his All-Star form prior to a ruptured quad tendon in January 2019.

Because of the injury and his status as a pending free agent, it might be difficult for the Pacers to be incentivized enough to consider trading him.

"I think it's unlikely Oladipo gets traded because of how weird his past year has been," said Tim Bontemps on The Hoop Collective Podcast. "Both coming back from the injury, and frankly, not being very good after coming back from the injury.

"From talking to people around the league, I don't think his value is nearly as high as his name brand would suggest at the moment. And I think it's more likely that the Pacers go into the season and either hope he plays really well and they do great and he decides to stay. Or that he plays better and they maybe trade him later, when his value goes up soon."