This trade deadline was one of the craziest in NBA history, with 14 trades, over 18 teams involved and some blockbuster moves. But what were the best trades at the deadline? Sacramento Kings receive: Harrison Barnes Dallas Mavericks receive: The small market Kings need to make deals like this, taking a slightly overpaid, but good starter quality player in Barnes in order to further their pursuit of a playoff berth.
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NBA trade deadline: Completed deals
The days leading up to the Feb. There were some massive deals, including Kristaps Porzingis to the Mavericks and Tobias Harris to the 76ers, and some lesser but still important deals that shook up the outlook of many teams. Philadelphia 76ers The Sixers made an unexpected splash by landing star forward Tobias Harris in a deal with the Clippers. Philly gave up a couple of role players, and two first-round and two second-round picks for Harris, but they were able to recoup the second-round picks by unloading former first-overall pick Markelle Fultz on the Magic.
At , Philly is the fifth seed in the East and only 6. Los Angeles Clippers The Clippers unloaded their star, the above-mentioned Harris, but he was never going to re-sign with the team when his contract runs out this summer. The Clippers are still hanging onto the eighth seed in the West, but they have overachieved this season and are nowhere near title contention. By trading Harris, they have a stockpile of future picks with which to build a solid roster.
They also snagged a couple of quality players in JaMychal Green and Garrett Temple from the Grizzlies and talented rookie Landry Shamet from the 76ers. The Clippers can make a huge splash in free agency by pursuing Kawhi Leonard who has the Clippers on his short list of preferred destinations. With a solid core of young talent and a ton of future draft picks, this is the most encouraging outlook the Clippers have had since they broke up the Lob City Era.
Toronto traded Jonas Valanciunas , C. Miles , Delon Wright and a second-rounder for the Memphis big man, but the move makes complete sense. Valanciunas, often injured, had been phased out of the frontcourt rotation substantially, and his services were not needed. Miles and Wright were solid role players for Toronto, but the addition of Gasol was worth the loss of a little bench depth. In his first game with Toronto on Saturday, Gasol played 19 minutes off the bench, producing a solid stat line to help the reserves.
Mirotic is averaging career highs in points He should be fully healthy to help the Bucks compete for a title this season. Sacramento Kings The Kings are a pleasant surprise at this season, and they sit just one game back of the eight-seed Clippers in the West. Sacramento is all-in on making a playoff push, and they acquired a couple of solid scorers in Harrison Barnes and Alec Burks. Barnes made his Kings debut on Friday, playing 37 minutes in the starting lineup and posting 12 points and seven boards.
Burks came off the bench with nine points and four boards in that game. Barnes will be a nice addition as the starting SF, and the Kings have a real shot of making and legitimately competing in the playoffs. Porter, who has primarily come off the bench this season, was not being properly utilized. In return, Washington received Bobby Portis — a frontcourt player that can score — something that the Wizards have lacked this season. Johnson, who has failed to live up to expectations in Detroit, gets a fresh start with the Pelicans after being immediately traded by the Bucks.
Both players will continue to be rotational pieces, but the outlooks of both are trending up as they carve out a spot on their respective new teams. He scored 14 points in 25 minutes in his first game with Portland and should be a regular part of the rotation as a scoring option off the bench. Los Angeles Lakers The Lakers absolutely botched the trade deadline this year, looking vulnerable and desperate and offering everything but the kitchen sink for Anthony Davis.
It will be very interesting to see how the Lakers play the rest of the season after a tumultuous trade deadline week. The only other likely trade partners in the offseason are Boston — who can offer a deal centered around star forward Jayson Tatum and future draft picks — or the Knicks, who can offer a potential first-overall pick depending on record and lottery selection and some other minor assets.
Boston Celtics With the recent moves of the 76ers, Raptors, and Bucks, the Celtics find themselves on the outside looking in to the title contender conversation in the East. The Celtics sit at in the fourth seed, but the 76ers are likely to overtake them before the season ends. New York Knicks The Knicks made the ultimate gamble by trading their franchise superstar, hopeful to land some big free agents this offseason.
The Knicks, however, are not the basketball Mecca of yesteryear, and its yet unknown how much interest Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving actually have in signing any kind of deal with New York. James came to the Lakers this year with the goal of winning a title. Instead, the Lakers made desperate trade offers for Anthony Davis , creating tension in the locker room.
Reports have surfaced that LeBron is not a fan of coach Luke Walton , meaning Walton is on the hot seat and will probably be gone soon. Zachary Hanshew is a correspondent at FantasyPros. Follow us on Twitter FantasyPros for exclusive advice and contests. Game Day Live! Log In. Losers Los Angeles Lakers The Lakers absolutely botched the trade deadline this year, looking vulnerable and desperate and offering everything but the kitchen sink for Anthony Davis. Featured , NBA , Trades.
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NBA Trade Deadline Rumors and deal tracker
The NBA trade deadline has teams gunning for the Warriors, and stocking assets for an Anthony Davis trade or situating themselves for big names like Kevin Durant in free agency. Here in the Bay Area, will the Warriors make a move to fill their final roster spot? Will the Kings continue to bolster their roster in hopes of making a playoff push? So much for Wesley Matthews going to the Warriors. The shooting guard will sign with the Pacers, Shams Charania reports.
You can take a deep breath. An incredibly active NBA trade deadline has finally come to a close, and while there was a flurry of deals, two of the biggest names on the board -- Anthony Davis and Mike Conley -- remain with their original teams.
All of the completed deals leading up to the NBA s Feb. For all of the deals, rumors and analysis from deadline day, check out our deadline day tracker. Harrison Barnes; Mavericks get: Justin Jackson, Zach Randolph. Otto Porter Jr. Jabari Parker, Bobby Portis and a protected second-round pick.
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Keep track of all the trades during the season. Raptors receive: C Marc Gasol Grizzlies receive: Instant Analysis: With their fellow Eastern Conference contenders making moves, Toronto didn t sit still, adding a talented veteran center to their formidable mix. The transition should be eased since Gasol played with Kyle Lowry , in Memphis , albeit before the point guard elevated above his current All-Star plateau. The Grizzlies gain a solid pivot in Valanciunas, a prospective wing piece in Wright and the satisfaction of sending Gasol on to a winning situation.WATCH THE VIDEO ON THEME: 12 NBA Players Likely To Be Traded At The 2019 Trade Deadline
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NBA trade deadline buzz: Feb. 7,
Pencils down, hands up. The NBA trade deadline has come and gone, and no more trades can be completed. What a day, and week, it s been. And that s only scratching the surface. The biggest news of the week, of course, was the Anthony Davis saga, but the Pelicans decided to hold on to their franchise superstar for now. They ll wait until the summer to re-engage in trade talks with not only the Lakers , but the Celtics , who are expected to offer a lot of assets.
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Everybody take a deep breath. The Lakers hopes of adding the generational talent were met with stubborn refusal in New Orleans and now LeBron James will be forced to pick up the pieces in LA. Perhaps with the help of Carmelo Anthony. While Davis stayed put there was frenetic action in the final hour — particularly in the East where Philadelphia, Toronto and Milwaukee beefed up significantly. Ah, the NBA. What a league. One more order of business post-trade deadline.
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Nick Schwartz February 7, 3: New Orleans is keeping its franchise player at least until the summer — when there should be a bidding frenzy from all over the league — but the Pelicans were involved in several other moves, including a deal with the Bucks that could have serious implications on the upcoming playoffs. Elsewhere in the league, the No. After a tumultuous and injury-plagued stint with the Sixers, Markelle Fultz is headed to Orlando. Here are all of the trades completed in the days leading up to the deadline, starting with the blockbuster Kristaps Porzingis deal. Kyle Guy hit clutch shots at the end of the Virginia-Auburn Final Four game, but not the type fans are used to in the tournament. Learn More. NBA trades: See the full list of deals at the deadline. Kristaps Porzingis Tim Hardaway Jr.
Pelicans may make counter-offer to Lakers.
The days leading up to the Feb. There were some massive deals, including Kristaps Porzingis to the Mavericks and Tobias Harris to the 76ers, and some lesser but still important deals that shook up the outlook of many teams. Philadelphia 76ers The Sixers made an unexpected splash by landing star forward Tobias Harris in a deal with the Clippers. Philly gave up a couple of role players, and two first-round and two second-round picks for Harris, but they were able to recoup the second-round picks by unloading former first-overall pick Markelle Fultz on the Magic. At , Philly is the fifth seed in the East and only 6. Los Angeles Clippers The Clippers unloaded their star, the above-mentioned Harris, but he was never going to re-sign with the team when his contract runs out this summer. The Clippers are still hanging onto the eighth seed in the West, but they have overachieved this season and are nowhere near title contention. By trading Harris, they have a stockpile of future picks with which to build a solid roster. They also snagged a couple of quality players in JaMychal Green and Garrett Temple from the Grizzlies and talented rookie Landry Shamet from the 76ers. The Clippers can make a huge splash in free agency by pursuing Kawhi Leonard who has the Clippers on his short list of preferred destinations.
Since requesting a trade from the Pelicans last week , the rumor mill has been spinning with various scenarios about where the All-NBA forward will end up. Follow along below for all the latest trade chatter and news leading up to Thursday s deadline. So far, the Lakers have felt that conversations with New Orleans have been one-sided, and they are growing increasingly pessimistic about the Pelicans willingness to make a deal with them, sources with knowledge of the discussions told ESPN s Ramona Shelburne. New Orleans is seeking "four first-round and second-round picks as part of a trade package," according to the report. The Lakers have offered a package that includes forwards Brandon Ingram and Kyle Kuzma, guard Lonzo Ball, two first-round picks and cap relief, per Wojnarowski. The Lakers have included only two of their better young players in a rotating group of offers, none of which included multiple first-round picks or offering salary cap relief for the Pelicans -- typical staples of offers for superstar players, sources said. The Pelicans haven t considered the offers worthy of a response or countering, league sources said. The report also states the Boston Celtics are encouraging the Pelicans to hang on to Davis past the deadline and wait until the summer to deal when they can offer a more substantial package. Guy gives his heart and soul and they traded him.
Grizzlies center Marc Gasol is on his way to the Raptors. If you re holding out hope for an Anthony Davis trade today or for framework of a deal to be in place at the 3 p. Both Davis agent, Rich Paul, and the team itself have confirmed Davis will not be traded today. In not doing so, it pushes a potential Davis swap into the offeason at the earliest. New Orleans confirms it has kept Anthony Davis past the trade deadline, pushing talks into the offseason. The news isn t much of a surprise, as the tea leaves this morning surrounding a Davis trade seemed to indicate he would not be dealt. He has yet to play during the season. The year-old center is averaging career-lows for minutes, points, rebounds and assists during limited run with the Raptors this season. Markelle Fultz, the No. The Philadelphia 76ers are trading Fultz to the Orlando Magic along with swingman Jonathon Simmons, a first-round pick and a second-round pick. The Sixers said the specialists have identified a compression or irritation in the area between the lower neck and upper chest. Physical therapy was recommended for Fultz before returning to play. Fultz s representatives informed the Sixers in November that the guard would be shut down until he had been examined by specialists.VIDEO ON THEME: Top Ten Buyout Candidates After The 2019 NBA Trade Deadline - Most Talented Market Of Recent Years?