If we want to trade Ross, we first need to ensure he gets more minutes and prove himself that he can compete in this league.
Based on my observation so far, his physical specs & skill sets are not yet competitive in NBA level. He dropped 10 points on OKC game, but that was during the whole garbage game where no one tries hard...
If Ross can prove himself to a scorer with 10+ PPG, then other teams will start showing interests on him. So far, he is no where close to a trade chip.