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Though the NBA has kept a trade deadline dating back to January 1947, deadline-related transaction records have only been officially tracked back to 1987, when the deadline was set at 9 p.m. ET on the 16th Thursday of the season.

Trade Deadline Deals By Year
2020s: 2020

2010s: 2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2012 | 2011 | 2010

2000s: 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005 | 2004 | 2003 | 2002 | 2001 | 2000

1990s: 1999 | 1998 | 1997 | 1996 | 1995 | 1994 | 1993 | 1992 | 1991 | 1990

1980s: 1989 | 1988 | 1987

February 6, 2020
16 teams making 11 trades involving 30 players

• Pistons traded Andre Drummond to the Cavaliers for Brandon Knight, John Henson and the less favorable of Golden State’s 2023 second-round picks.

• Knicks traded Marcus Morris to the Clippers; Wizards traded Isaiah Thomas to Clippers; Clippers traded Moe Harkless, a 2020 first-round pick, a protected 2021 first-round pick swap and a 2021 second-round pick Cheap Bimbo Coles Jersey (via the Pistons) to the Knicks; Clippers traded Jerome Robinson to the Wizards.

• Grizzlies traded Andre Iguodala, Jae Crowder and Solomon Hill to the Heat; Heat traded Dion Waiters and Justise Winslow to the Grizzlies; Timberwolves traded Gorgui Dieng to the Grizzlies; Heat traded James Johnson to the Timberwolves.

• Timberwolves traded Andrew Wiggins, a 2021 protected first-round pick and a 2021 second-round pick to the Warriors for D’Angelo Russell, Jacob Evans and Omari Spellman.

• Warriors traded Alec Burks and Glenn Robinson III to the 76ers for a 2020 second-round pick (via the Mavs), a 2021 second-round pick (via the Nuggets) and a 2022 second-round pick (via the Raptors).

• Hawks traded a 2024 second-round pick (top-55 protected) Cheap Dwyane Wade Jersey to the Blazers for Skal Labissiere and cash considerations.

• Clippers traded Derrick Walton Jr. to the Hawks for a 2022 second-round pick (top-55 protected).

• Sixers traded James Ennis to the Magic for a 2020 second-round pick.

• Nuggets traded Shabazz Napier to the Wizards for Jordan McRae.

• Grizzlies traded Bruno Caboclo to the Rockets for Jordan Bell and a 2023 second-round pick swap.

• Kings traded Dewayne Dedmon, a 2020 second-round pick and a 2021 second-round pick to the Hawks for Jabari Parker and Alex Len.

February 7, 2019
19 teams making 14 trades involving 34 players

• Trail Blazers traded Caleb Swanigan to the Kings for Skal Labissiere.

• Clippers traded Avery Bradley to the Grizzlies for JaMychal Green and Garrett Temple.

• 76ers traded Markelle Fultz to the Magic for Jonathon Simmons, a Top-20 protected 2020 first-round draft pick(1), a 2019 second-round draft pick(2).

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• Pistons traded Stanley Johnson to the Pelicans; Bucks traded Thon Maker to the Pistons, as well as Jason Smith, a 2020 second-round draft pick, a 2020 second-round draft pick, a 2021 second-round draft pick, and a 2019 conditional second-round draft pick (Protected No. 31-55) to Pelicans; Pelicans traded Nikola Mirotic to Bucks.

• Nets traded cash considerations Cheap Gary Payton Jersey to the Raptors for Greg Monroe and a 2021 second round draft pick.

• Hawks traded Tyler Dorsey to the Grizzlies for Shelvin Mack.

• Clippers traded Mike Muscala to the Lakers for Michael Beasley and Ivica Zubac.

• Grizzlies traded Marc Gasol to the Raptors for CJ Miles, Jonas Valanciunas, Delon Wright, and a 2024 second-round draft pick.

• Hawks traded a conditional 2020 second-round draft pick (Protected No. 31-55) to Celtics for Jabari Bird and cash considerations.

• Rockets traded James Ennis III to the 76ers for the right to swap 2021 second-round draft picks.

• Rockets traded Wade Baldwin IV, Nik Stauskas, draft rights to Maarty Leunen (No. 54 overall, 2008), and a 2021 second-round draft pick to the Pacers for cash considerations.

• Mavericks traded Harrison Barnes to the Kings for Justin Jackson and Zach Randolph.

• Pelicans traded Wesley Johnson to Cheap Goran Dragic Jersey the Wizards for Markieff Morris, a 2023 second-round draft pick, and cash considerations.

• Cavaliers traded Wade Baldwin IV, Nik Stauskas, and a 2021 second-round draft pick to the Rockets, as well as Alec Burks to the Kings; Rockets traded Marquese Chriss, Brandon Knight, a conditional future first-round draft pick(1), and a 2022 second-round draft pick to the Cavaliers, as well as a 2020 second-round draft pick (2) to Kings; Kings traded Iman Shumpert to the Rockets.

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February 8, 2018
19 teams making 12 trades involving 30 players

• Bulls traded Jameer Nelson to the Cheap Jamal Mashburn Jersey Pistons for Willie Reed and the right to swap 2022 second-round draft picks.

• Hawks traded Luke Babbitt to the Heat for Okaro White.

• Cavaliers traded Channing Frye, Isaiah Thomas and a conditional future first-round draft pick to the Lakers in exchange for Jordan Clarkson and Larry Nance, Jr.

• Cavaliers traded Dwyane Wade to the Heat in exchange for a conditional future second-round draft pick.

• Trail Blazers traded Noah Vonleh and cash to the Bulls in exchange for the draft rights to Milovan Rakovic.

• Nets traded Rashad Vaughn to the Pelicans for Dante Cunningham.

• Wizards traded Sheldon Mac and cash to the Hawks in exchange for a conditional future second-round draft pick.

• Kings traded Malachi Richardson to the Raptors for Bruno Caboclo.

• Mavericks traded Devin Harris to the Nuggets; Nuggets traded Emmanuel Mudiay to the Knicks, as well as a 2018 second-round Cheap James Johnson Jersey draft pick to Mavericks; Knicks traded Doug McDermott to the Mavericks, as well as a 2018 second-round draft pick to Nuggets.

• Cavaliers traded Jae Crowder, Derrick Rose and the right to swap 2024 second-round draft picks to the Jazz; as well as traded Iman Shumpert, the draft rights to Dimitrios Agravanis, a 2020 second-round draft pick, and cash to the Kings; Kings traded George Hill and the draft rights to Arturas Gudaitis to the Cavaliers; Jazz traded Rodney Hood to the Cavaliers, as well as Joe Johnson and cash to the Kings.

• Pistons traded Brice Johnson and a 2022 second-round draft pick to the Grizzlies for James Ennis III.

• Magic traded Elfrid Payton to the Suns for a 2018 second-round draft pick.

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February 23, 2017
12 teams making 8 trades involving 19 players

• Lakers traded Lou Williams to the Rockets for Corey Brewer and a 2017 first-round pick.

• Lakers traded Marcelo Huertas to Cheap Jason Kapono Jersey the Rockets for Tyler Ennis and draft rights to Brad Newley.

• Rockets traded KJ McDaniels to the Nets for cash considerations.

• Mavericks traded Justin Anderson, Andrew Bogut, and a conditional 2017 first-round pick to the 76ers for Nerlens Noel.

• Thunder traded Joffrey Lauvergne, Anthony Morrow, and Cameron Payne to the Bulls for Taj Gibson, Doug McDermott, and a 2018 second-round pick.

• Bucks traded Roy Hibbert to the Nuggets for a conditional 2019 second-round pick.

• Hawks traded Mike Scott, draft rights to Cenk Akyol, and cash to the Suns for a conditional 2017 second-round pick.

• Raptors traded Jared Sullinger, 2017 and 2018 second-round picks and cash to the Suns for PJ Tucker.

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February 18, 2016
17 teams making 9 trades involving 20 players

• Heat traded Jarnell Stokes and cash to the Pelicans for a conditional 2018 second-round draft pick.

• Cavaliers traded Anderson Varejao Stitched Miami Heat Jerseys and a conditional future first-round draft pick to the Trail Blazers for a 2020 second-round draft pick.

• Hawks traded Shelvin Mack to Jazz, as well as Justin Holiday to the Bulls; Jazz traded a 2018 second-round draft pick to the Bulls; Bulls traded Kirk Hinrich to the Hawks.

• Pistons traded Joel Anthony to the 76ers, as well as a future first-round draft pick to Rockets; Rockets traded Donatas Motiejunas and Marcus Thornton to the Pistons, as well as a 2017 second-round draft pick to the 76ers; 76ers traded the draft rights to Chukwudiebere Maduabum to the Rockets.

• Cavaliers traded Jared Cunningham and a 2020 second-round draft pick to the Magic for Channing Frye.

• Nuggets traded Randy Foye to the Thunder for D.J. Augustin, Steve Novak, a 2016 second-round draft pick, a future second-round draft pick and cash.

• Heat traded Brian Roberts and a 2021 second-round draft pick to the Trail Blazers for cash.

• Suns traded Markieff Morris to the Wizards for Kris Humphries, DeJuan Blair and a future first-round draft pick.

• Clippers traded Lance Stephenson and a conditional future first-round draft pick to the Grizzlies for Jeff Green.

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February 19, 2015
17 teams making 12 trades involving 43 players

• Nuggets traded Arron Afflalo and Alonzo Gee to the Trail Blazers for Will Barton, Victor Claver, Thomas Robinson and a conditional future first-round draft pick.

• Nuggets traded JaVale McGee, a conditional future first-round draft pick and the draft rights to Chukwudiebere Maduabum to the 76ers for the draft rights to Cenk Akyol.

• Suns traded Goran Dragic and Zoran Dragic to the Heat; Heat traded Danny Granger, two future first-round draft picks and cash to the Suns, as well as Norris Cole, Justin Hamilton, Shawne Williams and cash to the Pelicans; Pelicans traded John Salmons to the Suns.

• Thunder traded Ish Smith, cash, a conditional 2015 second-round draft pick and the draft rights to Latavious Williams to the Pelicans in exchange for a conditional 2016 second-round draft pick.

• Thunder traded Reggie Jackson to the Pistons, as well as Kendrick Perkins, Grant Jerrett, a future conditional first-round draft pick and the draft rights to Tibor Pleiss to the Jazz; Jazz traded Enes Kanter and Steve Novak to the Thunder; Pistons traded Kyle Singler, D.J. Augustin and a 2019 second-round draft pick to the Thunder, as well as a 2017 second-round draft pick to Jazz.

• 76ers traded Michael Carter-Williams to the Bucks; Bucks traded Brandon Knight and Kendall Marshall to the Suns; Suns traded Tyler Ennis and Miles Plumlee to the Bucks, as well as a future first-round draft pick to 76ers.

• Suns traded Isaiah Thomas to the Celtics for Marcus Thornton and a future first-round draft pick.

• Nets traded Kevin Garnett to the Timberwolves for Thaddeus Young.

• Wizards traded Andre Miller and cash to the Kings for Ramon Sessions.

• Knicks traded Pablo Prigioni to the Rockets for Alexey Shved and two second-round draft picks (2017, 2019).

• Celtics traded Tayshaun Prince to the Pistons for Jonas Jerebko and Gigi Datome.

• Rockets traded Isaiah Canaan and a 2015 second-round draft pick to the 76ers for KJ McDaniels.

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February 20, 2014
14 teams making 9 trades involving 21 players

• Heat traded Roger Mason Jr. and cash to the Kings for a 2015 conditional second-round draft pick.

• Cavaliers traded Earl Clark, Henry Sims and two 2014 second-round draft picks to the 76ers for Spencer Hawes.

• Nuggets traded Andre Miller to Wizards, as well as a 2016 second-round draft pick to the 76ers; 76ers traded a conditional 2014 second-round draft pick to Wizards; Wizards traded Eric Maynor and a 2015 second-round draft pick to the 76ers, as well as Jan Vesely to Nuggets.

• Bobcats traded Ramon Sessions and Jeff Adrien to the Bucks for Luke Ridnour and Gary Neal.

• Pacers traded Danny Granger and a 2015 second-round draft pick to the 76ers for Evan Turner and Lavoy Allen.

• Nuggets traded Jordan Hamilton to the Rockets for Aaron Brooks.

• Clippers traded Antawn Jamison and cash to the Hawks for the draft rights to Cenk Akyol.

• Spurs traded Nando De Colo to the Raptors for Austin Daye and cash.

• Clippers traded Byron Mullens, a 2018 second-round draft pick and cash to the 76ers for a conditional 2014 second-round draft pick.

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February 21, 2013
18 teams making 12 trades involving 29 players

• Bobcats traded Hakim Warrick and cash to the Magic for Josh McRoberts.

• Celtics traded Leandro Barbosa, Jason Collins and cash to the Wizards for Jordan Crawford.

• Suns traded Sebastian Telfair to the Raptors for Hamed Haddadi and a future second-round draft pick.

• Thunder traded a 2014 second-round draft pick and cash to the Knicks for Ronnie Brewer.

• Thunder traded Eric Maynor to the Trail Blazers for the draft rights to Giorgios Printezis.

• Warriors traded Charles Jenkins and cash to the 76ers for a 2013 second-round draft pick (Top-55 protected).

• Hawks traded Anthony Morrow to the Mavericks for Dahntay Jones.

• Hawks traded a 2013 second-round pick which (Top-55 protected) to the Warriors for Jeremy Tyler and cash.

• Bucks traded Tobias Harris, Beno Urih, and Doron Lamb to the Magic for J.J. Redick, Gustavo Ayon and Ish Smith.

• Heat traded Dexter Pittman, a 2013 second-round draft pick and cash to the Grizzlies for the draft rights to Ricky Sanchez.

• Rockets traded Marcus Morris to the Suns for a 2013 second-round draft pick.

• Rockets traded Patrick Patterson, Toney Douglas, Cole Aldrich and cash to the Kings for Thomas Robinson, Francisco Garcia and Tyler Honeycutt.

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March 15, 2012
16 teams making 9 trades involving 23 players

• Grizzlies traded Sam Young to the 76ers for the draft rights to Ricky Sanchez.

• Raptors traded Leandro Barbosa to the Pacers for an unconditional 2012 second-round draft pick and cash.

• Lakers traded Luke Walton, Jason Kapono, a conditional first-round draft pick (2012 or 2014), the right to swap 2013 first-round draft picks and cash to Cavaliers for Ramon Sessions and Christian Eyenga.

• Rockets traded Jordan Hill to the Lakers for Derek Fisher and a conditional 2012 first-round draft pick.

• Trail Blazers traded Gerald Wallace to the Nets for Mehmet Okur, Shawne Williams, and a first-round pick.

• Warriors traded Stephen Jackson to the Spurs for Richard Jefferson, T.J. Ford, and a conditional first-round draft pick.

• Nuggets traded Nene to the Wizards; Clippers traded Brian Cook and a 2015 second-round draft pick to the Wizards, as well as a conditional 2015 second round draft pick to the Nuggets; Wizards traded Ronny Turiaf and JaVale McGee to the Nuggets, as well as Nick Young to the Clippers.

• Trail Blazers traded Marcus Camby to the Rockets for Jonny Flynn, Hasheem Thabeet and a conditional 2012 second-round draft pick.

• Hawks conveyed the least favorable of Hawks’s own 2012 second-round draft pick and Suns’ own 2012 second-round draft pick to the Warriors for cash.

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February 24, 2011
10 teams making 8 trades involving 23 players

• Clippers traded Baron Davis and a 2011 first-round draft pick to the Cavaliers for Mo Williams and Jamario Moon.

• Celtics traded Marquis Daniels and cash to the Kings for a conditional 2017 second-round draft pick.

• Rockets traded Aaron Brooks to the Suns for Goran Dragic and a 2011 first-round draft pick.

• Celtics traded Semih Erden and Luke Harangody to the Cavaliers for a 2013 second-round draft pick.

• Bobcats traded Gerald Wallace to the Trail Blazers for Joel Przybilla, Dante Cunningham, Sean Marks, a future first-round pick, a conditional future first round pick and cash.

• Rockets traded Shane Battier and Ish Smith to the Grizzlies for Hasheem Thabeet, DeMarre Carroll and a conditional future first-round draft pick.

• Celtics traded Kendrick Perkins and Nate Robinson to the Thunder for Jeff Green, Nenad Krstic, a future first-round draft pick and cash.

• Bobcats traded Nazr Mohammed to the Thunder for Morris Peterson and D.J. White.

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February 18, 2010
12 teams making 8 trades involving 27 players

• Bulls traded John Salmons, the conditional right to swap 2010 first-round picks, a 2011 second-round draft pick, and a 2012 second-round draft pick to the Bucks for Joe Alexander and Hakim Warrick.

• Wizards traded Dominic McGuire and cash to the Kings for a conditional 2010 second-round draft pick.

• Knicks traded Nate Robinson and Marcus Landry to the Celtics for Eddie House, J.R. Giddens, Bill Walker and a conditional 2014 second-round draft pick.

• Bucks traded Jodie Meeks and Francisco Elson to the 76ers for Royal Ivey, Primoz Brezec and a 2010 second-round draft pick.

• Jazz traded Ronnie Brewer to the Grizzlies for a conditional future first-round draft pick.

• Spurs traded Theo Ratliff to the Bobcats for a 2016 conditional second-round draft pick.

• Rockets traded Tracy McGrady to the Knicks, as well as Carl Landry, Joey Dorsey and cash to Kings; Knicks traded Jared Jeffries, Jordan Hill, conditional right to swap 2011 first-round draft picks and a future first-round draft pick to the Rockets, as well as Larry Hughes to the Kings; Kings traded Kevin Martin and Hilton Armstrong to the Rockets, as well as Sergio Rodriguez to the Knicks.

• Bobcats traded Acie Law, Flip Murray and a future first-round draft pick to the Bulls for Tyrus Thomas.

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February 19, 2009
10 teams making 6 trades involving 18 players

• Kings traded Shelden Williams and Bobby Brown to the Timberwolves for Rashad McCants and Calvin Booth.

• Thunder traded Chris Wilcox to the Knicks for Malik Rose and cash considerations.

• Knicks traded Jerome James, Anthony Roberson and Tim Thomas to the Bulls for Larry Hughes.

• Bulls traded Thabo Sefolosha and cash considerations to the Thunder for a 2009 first-round draft pick.

• Raptors traded Will Solomon to the Kings; Kings traded a conditional second-round draft pick in 2014 to the Celtics; Celtics traded cash to Kings, as well as Patrick O’Bryant to the Raptors.

• Magic traded Adonal Foyle, Mike Wilks and a 2009 first-round draft pick to the Grizzlies; Magic traded Brian Cook to the Rockets; Grizzlies traded Kyle Lowry to Rockets; Rockets traded Rafer Alston to the Magic.

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February 21, 2008
11 teams making 5 trades involving 24 players

• Rockets traded Mike James, Bonzi Wells and cash to the Hornets, as well as the draft rights to Malick Badiane (No. 44 overall, 2003) and cash to the Grizzlies; Hornets traded Bobby Jackson, Adam Haluska and a 2008 second-round draft pick to the Rockets, as well as Marcus Vinicius to the Grizzlies; Grizzlies traded the draft rights to Sergey Lishouk (No. 49 overall, 2004) to the Rockets.

• Pistons traded Primoz Brezec and cash to the Raptors for Juan Dixon.

• Rockets traded Kirk Snyder, a 2010 second-round draft pick and cash to the Timberwolves for Gerald Green.

• Nuggets traded Von Wafer to the Trail Blazers for Taurean Green.

• Bulls traded Ben Wallace, Joe Smith and a 2009 second-round draft pick to the Cavaliers, as well as Adrian Griffin to the SuperSonics; Cavaliers traded Drew Gooden, Larry Hughes, Shannon Brown and Cedric Simmons to the Bulls, as well as Donyell Marshall and Ira Newble to the SuperSonics; SuperSonics traded Wally Szczerbiak and Delonte West to the Cavaliers.

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February 22, 2007
Six teams making 3 trades involving 4 players

• Mavericks traded Anthony Johnson to the Hawks for a 2007 second-round draft pick

• 76ers traded Alan Henderson, draft considerations and cash to the Jazz for the right to swap 2007 second-round picks.

• Trail Blazers traded Juan Dixon to the Raptors for Fred Jones and future considerations.

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February 23, 2006
10 teams making 5 trades involving 17 players

• Cavaliers traded a conditional second-round draft pick to the 76ers in exchange for Lee Nailon and a second-round draft pick.

• Nuggets traded Earl Watson, Bryon Russell, a second-round draft pick and cash to the SuperSonics, as well as Voshon Lenard to the Trail Blazers; Trail Blazers traded Ruben Patterson and Charles Smith to the Nuggets, as well as Sergei Monia to the Kings; SuperSonics traded Vitaly Potapenko to the Kings, as well as Reggie Evans to the Nuggets; Kings traded Brian Skinner to the Trail Blazers.

• Cavaliers traded Mike Wilks and cash to the SuperSonics in exchange for Ronald Murray.

• Hornets traded Bostjan Nachbar to the Nets in exchange for Marc Jackson, Linton Johnson and cash considerations.

• Rockets traded Derek Anderson to the Heat in exchange for Gerald Fitch.

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February 24, 2005
14 teams making 10 trades involving 29 players

• Celtics traded Jiri Welsch to the Cavaliers in exchange for a future first-round draft pick.

• Hornets traded Jamal Mashburn and Rodney Rogers to the 76ers in exchange for Glenn Robinson.

• Bucks traded Mike James and Zendon Hamilton to the Rockets in exchange for Reece Gaines, as well as 2006 and 2007 second-round draft picks.

• Bucks traded Keith Van Horn to the Mavericks in exchange for Calvin Booth, Alan Henderson and cash.

• Rockets traded Maurice Taylor to the Knicks in exchange for Vin Baker, Moochie Norris and a 2006 second-round draft pick.

• Hawks traded Antoine Walker and cash to the Celtics in exchange for Gary Payton, Tom Gugliotta, Michael Stewart, and a future first-round pick.

• Hornets traded Baron Davis to the Warriors in exchange for Dale Davis, Speedy Claxton and cash.

• Knicks traded Nazr Mohammed and Jamison Brewer to the Spurs for Malik Rose, two future first-round draft picks, and cash.

• Bobcats traded Steve Smith to the Heat in exchange for Malik Allen and cash.

• Nuggets traded Nikoloz Tskitishvili and Rodney White to the Warriors for Eduardo Najera, Luis Flores, and a future first-round draft pick.

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February 19, 2004
Seven teams making 4 trades involving 13 players

• Pistons traded Lindsey Hunter, Chucky Atkins, a 2004 first-round draft pick and cash to the Celtics, as well as Zeljko Rebraca, Bob Sura and a first-round draft pick(1) to the Hawks; Celtics traded Mike James to the the Pistons, as well as Chris Mills to the Hawks; Hawks traded Rasheed Wallace to the Pistons.

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• Magic traded Gordan Giricek to the Jazz for DeShawn Stevenson and a conditional second-round draft pick.

• Magic traded Shammond Williams to the Hornets in exchange for Sean Rooks.

• Suns traded Tom Gugliotta, two conditional first-round draft picks, a 2005 second-round draft pick and cash to the Jazz in exchange for Keon Clark and Ben Handlogten.

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February 20, 2003
Five teams making 3 trades involving 10 players

• Celtics traded Shammond Williams, a 2003 second-round draft pick and cash consideration to the Nuggets in exchange for Mark Blount and Mark Bryant.

• SuperSonics traded Gary Payton and Desmond Mason to the Bucks in exchange for Ray Allen, Kevin Ollie, Ronald Murray and a conditional 2003 draft pick.

• Hornets traded Elden Campbell to the SuperSonics for Kenny Anderson.

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February 21, 2002
Four teams making 2 trades involving 9 players

• Mavericks traded Juwan Howard, Donnell Harvey, Tim Hardaway, a 2002 first round draft pick and cash consideration to the Nuggets in exchange for Nick Van Exel, Avery Johnson, Tariq Abdul-Wahad and Raef LaFrentz.

• Warriors traded Marc Jackson to the Timberwolves in exchange for Dean Garrett and Timberwolves’s 2007 second round draft pick.

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February 22, 2001
Seven teams making 4 trades involving 22 players

• Hawks traded Dikembe Mutombo and Roshown McLeod to the 76ers in exchange for Theo Ratliff, Toni Kukoc, Nazr Mohammed and Pepe Sanchez.

• Raptors traded Mark Jackson and Muggsy Bogues to the Knicks in exchange for Chris Childs and the Knicks’ lottery-protected first-round pick.

• Wizards traded Juwan Howard, Obinna Ekezie and Calvin Booth to the Mavericks for Christian Laettner, Loy Vaught, Etan Thomas, Hubert Davis and Courtney Alexander.

• Raptors traded Corliss Williamson, Tyrone Corbin, Kornel David and a first-round pick to the Pistons for Jerome Williams and Eric Montross.

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February 24, 2000
Two teams making 1 trade involving 1 player

• Hawks traded Anthony Johnson to the Magic in exchange for a conditional second-round draft choice.

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March 11, 1999
Nine teams making 5 trades involving 18 players

• Cavaliers traded Vitaly Potapenko to the Celtics in exchange for Andrew Declercq and a conditional 1999 first-round draft pick.

• Rockets traded Rodrick Rhodes to the Grizzlies in exchange for Sam Mack.

• Knicks traded a conditional first-round draft pick to the 76ers for the draft rights to Mirsad Turkcan.

• 76ers traded Tim Thomas and Scott Williams to the Bucks in exchange for Tyrone Hill and Jerald Honeycutt.

• Bucks traded Terrell Brandon to the Timberwolves, as well as Elliot Perry to the Nets; Nets traded Sam Cassell and Chris Gatling to the Bucks, as well as Brian Evans and future draft considerations to the Timberwolves; Timberwolves traded Chris Carr, Bill Curley and Stephon Marbury to Nets, as well as Paul Grant to the Bucks.

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February 19, 1998
Eight teams making 4 trades involving 13 players

• Bulls traded Jason Caffey to the Warriors for David Vaughn and 1998 and 2000 second round draft picks.

• Clippers traded Brent Barry to the Heat in exchange for Isaac Austin, Charles Smith and a conditional 1998 first-round draft pick.

• Knicks traded Ronnie Grandison and Herb Williams to the 76ers in exchange for Terry Cummings.

• Nets traded David Benoit, Yinka Dare and Kevin Edwards to the Magic in exchange for Rony Seikaly and Brian Evans.

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February 20, 1997
Nine teams making 6 trades involving 15 players

• Hornets traded George Zidek and Anthony Goldwire to the Nuggets for Ricky Pierce.

• Raptors traded Acie Earl to the Bucks for Shawn Respert.

• Nuggets traded Darvin Ham to the Pacers for Jerome Allen.

• Warriors traded Donald Royal to the Hornets for Scott Burrell.

• Pacers traded Vincent Askew, Eddie Johnson and second-round draft picks in 1997 and 1998 to the Nuggets for Mark Jackson and LaSalle Thompson.

• Lakers traded Joe Kleine, a 1997 first-round pick and a conditional second-round pick to the Nets for George McCloud.

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February 22, 1996
10 teams making 6 trades involving 19 players

• Hawks traded Spud Webb and Andrew Lang to the Timberwolves for Christian Laettner and Sean Rooks.

• Raptors traded Ed Pinckney, Tony Massenburg, the right to swap first-round draft picks in 1996 or 1997 and a second-round option to the 76ers for Sharone Wright from 76ers.

• Suns traded Tony Smith to the Heat for Terrence Rencher.

• Heat traded Kevin Willis and Bimbo Coles to the Warriors for Tim Hardaway and Chris Gatling.

• Heat traded Billy Owens and Kevin Gamble to the Kings for Walt Williams and Tyrone Corbin.

• Magic traded Jeff Turner to the Grizzlies for Kenny Gattison and a 1996 second-round draft pick.

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February 23, 1995
Two teams making 1 trade involving 2 players

• Mavericks traded Morlon Wiley and a 1995 second-round draft pick to the Rockets for Scott Brooks.

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February 24, 1994
Seven teams making 4 trades involving 8 players

• Hornets traded Mike Gminksi to the Bucks for Frank Brickowski and a conditional first-round draft pick.

• Hawks traded Dominique Wilkins and a 1994 or 1995 conditional first-round draft pick to the Clippers for Danny Manning.

• Lakers traded a 1995 conditional second-round draft pick to the Bucks for Danny Schayes.

• Jazz traded Jeff Malone and a 1994 conditional first-round draft pick to the 76ers for Jeff Hornacek, Sean Green and a 1995 or 1996 second-round draft pick.

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February 25, 1993
Four teams making 2 trades involving 3 players

• Bulls traded a 2001 conditional second-round draft pick to the Warriors for Ed Nealy.

• Bucks traded Alvin Robertson to the Pistons for Orlando Woolridge.

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February 20, 1992
Two teams making 1 trade involving 2 players

• Knicks traded Brian Quinnett to the Mavericks for James Donaldson.

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February 20, 1991
Two teams making 1 trade involving 2 players

• SuperSonics traded Olden Polynice, a 1991 first-round draft pick and a 1993 or 1994 first-round draft pick to the Clippers for Benoit Benjamin.

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February 22, 1990
Eight teams making 5 trades involving 7 players

• Spurs traded Christian Welp to the Warriors for Uwe Blab.

• Clippers traded two future second-round draft picks to the Warriors for Winston Garland.

• Knicks traded a 1991 second-round draft pick to the Hornets for Stuart Gray .

• Hornets traded a future second-round draft pick to the Cavaliers for Randolph Keys.

• Timberwolves traded Steve Johnson and a 1991 second-round draft pick to the SuperSonics for Brad Sellers.

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February 23, 1989
Four teams making 2 trades involving 5 players

• Knicks traded a 1989 first-round draft pick to the Trail Blazers for Kiki Vandeweghe.

• Celtics traded Danny Ainge and Brad Lohaus to the Kings for Joe Kleine and Ed Pinckney.

February 25, 1988
Five teams making 3 trades involving 9 players

• Cavaliers traded Kevin Johnson, Tyrone Corbin, Mark West, 1988 first and second-round draft picks and a 1989 second-round draft pick to the Suns for Larry Nance, Mike Sanders and a 1988 second-round draft pick.

• Bucks traded Craig Hodges and a 1988 second-round draft pick to the Suns for Jay Humphries.

• SuperSonics traded Sam Vincent to the Bulls for Sedale Threatt.

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February 15, 1987
Two teams making 1 trade involving 1 player

• Cavaliers traded Ben Poquette to the Bulls in exchange for a future second-round draft pick.

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The option, worth $4.1 million, was an obvious choice. There was only one problem: Carter’s agent, Bill Duffy, missed the June 30 deadline to tell the Heat Carter planned to return.

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Instead of getting his $4.1 million, Carter became a free agent. He signed a minimum contract with the San Antonio Spurs, worth about $750,000. On the plus side, Carter only played in five games before the Spurs waived him – a $150,000 per game salary is pretty good.

Still, Carter missed out on a bigger payday. To make things right, Duffy offered Carter $3 million from his own pocket. The two agreed to a repayment schedule, and Duffy delivered the final payment at the end of 2020.

UPDATE: Jan. 12, 5:36 p.m. — The Heat have ruled Leonard out, while Olynyk and Vincent are available. So they’ll have the required 8 players to field a team for Tuesday’s game vs. the Sixers.

The Miami Heat have placed 8 players into health and safety protocols, including Cheap Jimmy Butler Jersey Cheap Bam Adebayo Jersey and Cheap Avery Bradley Jersey. Here’s the full list of players who will be unavailable for Tuesday’s game vs. the Philadelphia 76ers courtesy of Ira Winderman:

Out for Heat for protocols:
Adebayo
Butler
Bradley
Dragic
Harkless
Haslem
Nunn
Okpala

— Ira Winderman (@IraHeatBeat) January 11, 2021
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Meanwhile, the Sixers will be without Seth Curry (covid-19) and Ben Simmons (knee) on Monday vs. the Atlanta Hawks. Tobias Harris, Shake Milton and Matisse Thybulle are also expected to be out Monday with Joel Embiid listed as probable.

Despite the blunder, Carter has remained on good terms with Duffy, saying he understood that sometimes things happen. And Duffy is still an agent today, representing several NBA players, including Luka Doncic, Cheap Goran Dragic Jersey, and Rajon Rondo. In fact, he likely benefited from his act, with other players and coaches seeing him trying to fix things.

With Carter no longer on Miami’s books, Heat president Pat Riley suddenly had extra cap space. He used it to sign Lamar Odom away from the Los Angeles Clippers. The following season, in 2004, Odom was traded — along with Cheap Caron Butler Jersey and Cheap Brian Grant Jersey – to the Los Angeles Lakers for Shaquille O’Neal.

Two years after that trade, O’Neal and Wade led the Heat to its first championship in franchise history. And if you support the butterfly effect, James may have never signed with the Heat in 2010 if they hadn’t won a title a few years earlier.

It’s certainly an interesting hypothetical to consider. And it took almost 20 years, but Carter finally got his money.

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But at least one person who spoke out was not at all appalled by the comparison. That’d be Cheap Dwyane Wade Jersey himself.

“He can be better,” Wade posted on Twitter last week. “America, here is your number 1 pick!”

Very well could happen.

He can be better. America here is your number 1 pick! Ayo @VicOladipo we’re all built from the same cloth 💪🏾 That Tom Crean cloth! https://t.co/ZTXg9VpZU7

— DWade (@DwyaneWade) October 30, 2020
We’ll find out Wednesday night when the NBA Draft commences at 8 p.m. from ESPN’s studios in Bristol, Conn. This year’s draft will be conducted virtually, thanks to the unrelenting coronavirus pandemic.

But while there will be no stage walk or hug from commissioner Adam Silver for Edwards, most NBA draft analysts expect Edwards to be the first player off the board. The Minnesota Timberwolves are holding that selection. If not, the 6-foot-5, 225-pound guard from Southwest Atlanta is expected to be, at the very least, a lottery pick.

Whatever happens, it’s going to be a red-letter day for Edwards and his family. But No. 1? Now that would very big deal.

Even the great Wade had to wait to No. 5.

“I don’t really care about stuff like that,” Edwards said of the prospect of being the first player drafted. “Whatever team’s willing to take the chance on me, I’m just ready to go in and give it my all.”

The Miami Heat has some offensive woes to address
As presently constituted, the Miami Heat are certainly capable of defending its Eastern Conference crown and making another run to the NBA Finals. Who it faces should it get there is another story.

The Los Angeles Lakers were a cut above Miami when the two teams last met in October and the gap grew wider over the offseason when it added two sixth man of the year candidates and Marc Gasol to an already stacked roster.

Across town, the LA Clippers possess an equally imposing roster with two superstars and a very talented supporting cast.

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The task of identifying the Heat’s shortcoming as a legitimate championship contender is quite easier than would be to address it.

Whereas Miami ranks eighth in the league in team defense, it currently stands 22nd on offense.

Comparatively, the defending champion Lakers are 5th on defense and offense.

It has become a regularity when the Heat play that it will go through scoring droughts. Is the answer James Harden?

From a talent standpoint, without question Harden would immediately elevate the Heat’s overall offensive efficiency.

No single player in the league has been as devastating a scorer as Harden since, arguably, Kobe Bryant tore his Achilles in 2013.

There are two problems with adding him, though.

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Now, would a lineup featuring Cheap Jimmy Butler Jersey James Harden, and Bam Adebayo be enough to unseat the Lakers? Possibly, but it would require Miami to mortgage its foreseeable future as a result. That’s a pretty big gamble.

The second problem is the fit with Harden and the Heat seems less than ideal.

Harden is accustomed to having the ball in his hands for a majority of the shot clock, whereas Miami relies on a heavy amount of ball movement to initiate its offense.

Off the court, his reputation precedes him as a “man of the evening” who has been known to attend a strip club or two. With a burgeoning nightlife like the one South Beach has to offer, could you imagine the level of distraction the Beard would become almost immediately?

People care to make light of the whole “Heat Culture” tagline that was somewhat forced down the national audience’s throat last season in the playoffs, but if there was one thing learned from the pairing of Jimmy Butler-Miami a few summers ago, it is very much a real thing.

It takes a workhorse to thrive in the Pat Riley system.

For every Cheap Alonzo Mourning Jersey, there is a Cheap Hassan Whiteside Jersey or Cheap Jamal Mashburn Jersey who is perfectly content approaching the season in cruise control. Harden seems to fall more comfortably under that second classification of a player.

The easy solution to Miami’s offensive woes would be for Jimmy Butler to distinguish himself as a consistent and dominant go-to scorer. For whatever reason, that hasn’t been the case.

Butler will have his moments, as he did in the NBA Finals, where he can completely take over a game and elicit the type of memories that transformed South Beach once upon a time to Wade county. The following game, however, he falls back into the type of second banana role more befitting of what Philadelphia and Minnesota featured him as during his stops there.

Butler’s current scoring average to date this season is 13.8, leaving him roughly tied with Cheap Goran Dragic Jersey as the second-best option on offense to leading scorer Cheap Bam Adebayo Jersey at 18.6.

Miami has a decision to make.

With an equal blend of exceptional young and veteran talent, will the franchise maintain an eye for the future or trade-off its young assets for a player along the lines of Victor Oladipo and really swing for the championship fences?

For now, it appears unlikely the Heat will be able to have its cake and eat it too.

And, if there is one thing everyone knows about team president Pat Riley, it’s that the word patience is not in his vocabulary. It was a fork in the road moment when Miami first learned it lost Cheap LeBron James Jersey back in 2014 and Riley was left to pick up the pieces.

It was a fork in the road moment in 2001 when the team had just traded Jamal Mashburn and PJ Brown for Cheap Eddie Jones Jersey and Anthony Mason before getting sucker-punched with the news that team centerpiece Alonzo Mourning had suddenly been diagnosed with a rare life-threatening kidney disease.

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Yet again, we have reached another fork in the road moment. What will Pat Riley do?

Edwards going first would be an especially big deal to the University of Georgia. The Bulldogs have never had a men’s basketball player go No. 1 in the draft. Even Hall of Famer Dominique Wilkins – the “Human Highlight Film” — went third to the Utah Jazz, who promptly traded him to the Hawks.

While Georgia basketball doesn’t have the greatest of track records when it comes to on-court success, the Bulldogs have held their own over the years with the draft. They’ve had seven first-rounders, including four top-10 picks topped by Wilkins’ selection in 1982. Georgia’s other first-rounders include Kentavious Caldwell-Pope (No. 8 in 2013), Jarvis Hayes (10, 2003), Willie Anderson (10, 1998),Cheap Alec Kessler Jersey (12, 1990), Vern Fleming (18, 1984) and Jumaine Jones (27, 1999).

“He wants to be number one and I want him to be number one,” Georgia coach Tom Crean said. “But at the end of the day, the thing I want for Anthony Edwards is to be in the right environment, where he has a head coach that’s going to invest in him in a big way. … My hope (is) he gets a coaching staff that’s going to spend time with him.”

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Edwards going No. 1 would make him first Atlanta citizen to do that since Dwight Howard in 2004. He’d also be just the third Georgian to receive that distinction, joining Kwame Brown of Brunswick in 2001.

What else does it mean? Zion Williamson, the top pick of the 2019 draft, signed a four-year contract reportedly worth $44.4 million. The No. 10 selection of last year’s draft, Kevin Porter, inked a $10 million deal. So, Wednesday will be a life-changing moment regardless of draft position.

Whatever that happens to be, it will represent a blessing not only to Edwards, but also to his sister, Antoinette, and brother, Antoine. They raised Edwards after their mother, Yvette Edwards, and grandmother, Shirley Edwards, died from separate illnesses in the same year not long after Anthony Edwards entered high school.

“I just want to show them that I’m a great kid off the court,” Edwards said of the NBA. “I’m always smiling, always happy, and I’m just a good spirit. … I’m ready to go and I’ll just be happy with wherever I fall.”

As usual, there was a pretty good debate raging in the days leading into Wednesday’s draft if, in fact, Edwards should be No. 1. There is sentiment that perhaps it should be James Wiseman of Memphis or LaMelo Ball of California, among others.

Meanwhile, Edwards said he worked out only for Minnesota, Golden State and Charlotte. Those happen to be the teams selecting one, two and three, pending potential trades.