NBA Trade Deadline Tracker: Live updates on every transaction

Oct 23, 2022; San Francisco, California, USA; Golden State Warriors center James Wiseman (33) during the second quarter against the Sacramento Kings at Chase Center. Mandatory Credit: Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports
Oct 23, 2022; San Francisco, California, USA; Golden State Warriors center James Wiseman (33) during the second quarter against the Sacramento Kings at Chase Center. Mandatory Credit: Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports /

The NBA Trade Deadline promises chaos and a dramatic reshuffling of NBA talent. We’re keeping you up to date with every trade as it happens.

Trade rumors have been building for months and some of the very best players in the league could be moved ahead of the Feb. 9, 3:00 p.m. ET NBA Trade Deadline. Keep up to date with every deal as it happens.

What deals have been completed before the NBA Trade Deadline?

Warriors get Gary Payton II back

Warriors receive: Gary Payton II
Trail Blazers receive: Five second-round picks, Kevin Knox

More analysis: “They were able to turn Wiseman, who did not live up to his potential, into Gary Payton II, who has been injured at times this season but is a very solid defender. He will really help this team defensively and could be an important piece in the playoffs.”

Suns finally move Dario Saric

Suns receive: Darius Bazley
Thunder receive: Dario Saric

Clippers keep tinkering:

Clippers receive: Mason Plumlee
Hornets receive: Reggie Jackson

Pelicans get Josh Richardson

Spurs receive: Devonte’ Graham, 4 second-round picks
Pelicans receive: Josh Richardson

Clippers and Grizzlies help each other

Grizzlies receive: Luke Kennard
Clippers receive: Eric Gordon, 3 second-round picks
Rockets receive: John Wall, Danny Green, 2023 first-round pick swap (MIL or LAC)

More analysis: “While the Clippers reunite with Gordon, they have now moved on from two of their top point guards in Reggie Jackson and Wall. But it must be noted that the Clippers are reportedly interested in Russell Westbrook if he is bought out by the Utah Jazz.:

Lakers land Mo Bamba

Lakers receive: Mo Bamba
Magic receive: Patrick Beverley, second-round pick

More analysis:“Essentially, the Lakers were able to trade a backup center who was upset about playing time and turn that player into a similarly solid backup center who is able to space the floor as well. ”

Warriors dump James Wiseman

Warriors receive: Five second-round picks, Kevin Knox
Pistons receive: James Wiseman
Hawks receive: Saddiq Bey
*technically executed as two separate trades*

More analysis: “The Pistons were not gonna pay Bey and moving on is the right call. I am not really sure how much Wiseman will get paid in two years if he is behind Isaiah Stewart and Jalen Duren, and it may be a trick to find playing time for him. Still, for the price they paid, this deal makes a lot of sense. This isn’t a home run but this deal is a flyer that might work out for the Pistons.”

Hawks mess around at the margins

Hawks receive: Garrison Matthews, Bruno Fernandes
Rockets receive: Justin Holiday, Frank Kaminsky

Clippers steal Bones Hyland

Clippers receive: Bones Hyland
Nuggets receive: Two second-round picks

More analysis:As a second-year guard already playing minutes for one of the best teams in the league, hitting big shots and averaging double-figures (for the second season) off the bench the Nuggets should have had plenty of offers to choose from.

And yet, somehow, they ended up sending Hyland to the Clippers for a pair of future second-round picks.”

76ers finally move Matisse Thybulle in 3-team deal

Trail Blazers receive: Matisse Thybulle
76ers receive: Jalen McDaniels, two second-round picks
Hornets receive: Svi Mykhailiuk, second-round pick

More analysis: “For that reason, moving on from Thybulle often felt inevitable, but with how lauded his defense is, one would hope they could get more than Jaden McDaniels back. McDaniels is worse on defense and only slightly more threatening on offense. Furthermore, both players are free agents after this year.?

Lakers move on from Thomas Bryant

Nuggets receive: Thomas Bryant
Lakers receive: Davon Reed, three second-round picks

More analysis: “This trade was a very buy-low trade for the Nuggets and they got great value for three seconds. Denver was able to sniff a rotational player who has a nice offensive game for very cheap.”

Bucks finally land Jae Crowder

Bucks receive: Jae Crowder
Nets receive: Five second-round picks
Pacers receive: Jordan Nwora, Serge Ibaka, two second-round picks

More analysis: “The Bucks are trying to win a title this season and have been hell-bent on getting Crowder for a while now. They had a deal for the Suns a while ago that fell through. With the Nets trying to acquire assets for their players, this deal makes a lot of sense.”

Celtics get another big man

Celtics receive: Mike Muscala
Thunder receive: Justin Jackson, two second-round picks

Raptors undo a mistake, reacquire Jakob Poeltl

Raptors receive: Jakob Poeltl
Spurs receive: Khem Birch, 2024 first-round pick, two future second-round picks

More analysis: “The Spurs didn’t get the two first-round picks that they wanted for Poeltl. Instead, they got a first-round pick and two seconds. For a player that the Spurs were not going to re-sign this offseason, getting a first and two seconds is still a very good return.”

Suns pull off Kevin Durant blockbuster with Nets

Suns receive: Kevin Durant, TJ Warren
Nets receive: Mikal Bridges, Cam Johnson, Jae Crowder, 2023, 2025, 2027, 2029 first-round picks, 2028 pick swap.

More analysis: “Getting sent to the desert in the middle of the night often carries a negative connotation. However, that’s apparently what Kevin Durant wanted, so the Brooklyn Nets obliged in a monster blockbuster trade that will send the former NBA MVP to the Phoenix Suns ahead of Thursday’s NBA Trade Deadline.”

Knicks move Cam Reddish for Josh Hart with Trail Blazers

Knicks receive: Josh Hart
Trail Blazers receive: Cam Reddish, Ryan Arcidiacano, Svi Mykhailiuk, Protected 2023 first-round pick (lottery protected, turns into four second-round picks if not conveyed)

More analysis: “This won’t be the move that takes the Knicks to the NBA Finals or anything, but if the goal of the NBA Trade Deadline is to upgrade the roster and get better, that’s what New York has done here, albeit at a price for them.”

Lakers finally trade Russell Westbrook

Lakers receive: D’Angelo Russell, Malik Beasley, Jarred Vanderbilt
Timberwolves receive: Mike Conley, Second-round pick
Jazz receive: Russell Westbrook, Lakers first-round pick

More analysis: “The day after LeBron James became the NBA’s scoring king, he and Anthony Davis now have tremendous reinforcements coming by way of this trade to try and propel the Lakers up the Western Conference standings and into the playoff race.”

Brooklyn Nets clear roster spot, cut luxury tax bill

Kings receive: Kessler Edwards
Nets receive:

San Antonio Spurs acquire Dewayne Dedmon

Spurs receive: Dewayne Dedmon
Heat receive: Second-round pick

Dallas Mavericks trade for Kyrie Irving

Mavericks receive: Kyrie Irving, Markieff Morris
Nets receive: Spencer Dinwiddie, Dorian Finney-Smith, 2029 unprotected first-round pick, 2 second-round picks

More analysis: “Having Doncic and Irving pair alongside each other could be huge for the team down the stretch for this season. Getting a star like Irving is huge, but with him, there is going to be some drama the team will have to deal with.”

Los Angeles Lakers land Rui Hachimura

Lakers receive: Rui Hachimura
Wizards receive: Kendrick Nunn, 3 second-round picks

More analysis: “Again, he’s a gamble worth taking for the Lakers, especially at the price. Playing next to LeBron has a way of making everyone better and a change of scenery could be a big deal. But the Lakers can’t count on this move along being enough to change their season, they still need more.”

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