NBA Trade Deadline winners and losers: Who made the best and worst trades?

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The NBA trade deadline has now officially passed and while the biggest trade of the deadline came in well after the fact, we are now left to sift through the winners and the losers as the dust begins to settle. Not everyone that was projected to make a trade made one, and some teams that weren’t mentioned in any rumors wound up making some serious moves, but overall the deadline happened to be more exciting than usual, even if we had to wait until after the fact to realize it.

So before we press on with the second half of the NBA season, let’s take a look at who walked away winners at the deadline and who is hanging their head in sadness.

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Topics: Charlotte Bobcats, Indiana Pacers, Minnesota TImberwolves, NBA, NBA Trade Rumors, New York Knicks

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  • Jim Dwyer

    Wait a minute. The Warriors acquisition of Steve Blake for two marginal players was BRILLIANT. They needed a veteran point guard to give Curry some rest and he is also an excellent 2, with good shooting and d.

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