Nikola Vucevic has been among the popular names mentioned ahead of the NBA trade deadline, as teams look to make a playoff run. While Vucevic continues to perform well for the Orlando Magic, the team's asking price for the veteran center has been revealed.

According to Jake Fischer of Bleacher Report, the Magic would need a significant haul for them to even consider moving Vucevic. By significant haul, it means a starting player and several first-round picks as a baseline.

“They'd have to get a motherload for him,” a league source with knowledge of the situation told BR.

There have undoubtedly been teams calling about Nikola Vucevic's availability and the Magic have yet to be intrigued by any offers. However, if a team wants to convince Orlando to part ways with the versatile center, then they'll need to give them something worthwhile in return.

“It would have to be to a point where [a team] offers what someone hasn't yet been willing to offer,” another Western Conference executive added.

In his 10th season in the NBA, Vucevic is having a career year with the Magic thus far. The Swiss big man is currently contributing a career-best 25.0 points, 11.6 rebounds and 3.7 assists per game.

Despite his efforts, the Magic have a putrid 13-26 record, which is the second-worst record in the Eastern Conference. Due to Orlando's dismal record, they could become sellers at the deadline.

But if any team searching for a valuable center like Vucevic wants the Magic to show any interest in letting him go, they'll need to wow them with an offer.