Every year when the trade deadline is close teams are trading players like wild and I often find it hard to keep up with all the trades that have happened so feeling that most people on this site had the same problem, I made a list of all the trades that have happened since Monday, February 21. (You can thank me later)
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NBA trade dead line trades
Nuggets receive: Chandler, Gallo, Felton, Mozgov, and Brewer
Knicks receive: Melo, Billups, Shelden Williams, 2 Knicks picks (One of them is from the Wolves)
Wolves receive: Eddy Curry, Anthony Randolph.
Raptors receive: James Johnson
Bulls receive: 2011 draft pick from Toronto via Miami
Nets receive: Dan Gadzuric, Brandan Wright, 2012 pick top 6 protected
Warriors Receive: Troy Murphy
Jazz Receive: Devin Harris, Derrick Favors, unprotected 2011 pick from Jersey, 2012 pick (top 6 protected) from Jersey via GSW.
Nets Receive: Deron Williams
Hawks Receive: Kirk Heinrich, Hilton Armstrong
Wizards Receive: Mike Bibby, Jordan Crawford, and Maurice Evans
Hornets Receive: Carl Landry
Kings Receive: Marcus Thornton, David Anderson
Rockets Receive: Hasheem Thabeet
Grizzlies Receive: Shane Battier
Rockets Receive: Goran Dragic and 2011 pick from Suns
Suns Receive: Aaron Brooks
Cavs Receive: Baron Davis, 2011 pick from Clippers
Clippers Receive: Mo Williams
Celtics Receive: Jeff Green, Nenad Krstic
OKC Receive: Kendrick Perkins, Nate Robinson, and Nazr Mohammed
Bobcats receive: DJ White and Morris Peterson
Blazers Receive: Gerald Wallace
Bobcats Receive: Joel Pryzbilla, Dante Cunningham, 2 first round picks
Pacers Receive: OJ Mayo
Grizzlies Receive: Josh McRoberts and 2011 first round pick from Pacers.
If there are any others that I missed or if I did not get some of the trades correct please tell me, but I think I got them all.
Note: All of these trades come from this site via other posters that had legitamate sources, nba.com, and ESPN
Heard the mayo to pacers deal didn't make the deadline in time.. and jamario moon also went to the clippers in b. diddy trade
Mayo deal didn't get done.
Ok that didn't work too well, lets make this a little easier to read:
In a 3 team trade Nuggets trade Melo, Billups and Shelden Williams to Knicks for Chandler, Gallo, Mozgov, and a first rounder. In same trade Knicks send Eddy Curry and Anthony Randolph to Wolves for Corey Brewer and a first rounder which is later traded to Nuggets.
Raptors trade their 2011 draft pick (via Heat) to the Bulls for James Johnson.
Nets trade Troy Murphy to the Warriors for Dan Gadzuric, Brandan Wright and a 2012 pick top 6 protected. The Nets then trade that same pick to the Jazz along with their own pick from 2011 draft, Devin Harris and Derrick Favors to the Jazz for Deron Williams.
Hawks trade Mike Bibby, Maurice Evan, and Jordan Crawford to the Wizards for Kirk Heinrich and Hilton Armstrong.
Hornets trade Marcus Thornton and David Anderson to the Kings for Carl Landry.
Rockets trade Shane Battier to the Grizzlies for Hasheem Thabeet.
Rockets trade Aaron Brooks to the Suns for Goran Dragic and their 2011 first round pick.
Cavs trade Mo Williams and Jamario Moon to the Clippers for Baron Davis and their 2011 first round pick.
Celtics trade Kendrick Perkins and Nate Robinson to the Thunder for Nenad Krstic and Jeff Green.
Bobcats trade Nazr Mohammed to the Thunder for Morris Peterson and DJ White.
and Bobcats trade Gerald Wallace to the Blazers for Joel Pryzbilla, Dante Cunningham and 2 first round picks.
11 trades total, WOW. Phones of all NBA teams must have been ringing off the hook.
Note: Pacers tried trading Josh McRoberts and 2011 first round draft pick to the Grizzlies for OJ Mayo but unfortunately deal did not get finalized in time so Mayo stays with the Grizzlies.
- Celtics also got a 1st round pick from the Thunder (via Clippers, top 10 protected until 2016)
- Kosta Koufos was part of the 3 team deal, sent to Denver for a 2015 2nd round pick.
- David Andersen was not part of the Hornets-Kings deal. Cash was sent instead.
- Hawks also traded their 2011 first round pick to the Wizards.
- The Nets/Jazz deal was just a two team deal. Warriors and Nets did the seperate deal on the side. Murphy and 2012 2nd round pick sent to Warriors for Wright and Gadzuric.
- Rockets traded Battier, along with Ish Smith to the Grizz for Thabeet and a 1st round pick.
- Celtics also traded Erden and Harangody to the Cavs for a 2nd round pick.
- DeMarre Carrol aslo sent to the Rockets as part of Thabeet-Battier deal
- Marquis Daniels traded to the Kings for cash, he has option to terminate trade, but looks like he won't
- Sean Marks also part of Gerald Wallace deal, headed to Bobcats. Bobcats are 3 spots over roster limit.
Thanks for the help. It always seems that I am missing something. Never even heard about Daniels going to the Kings or Erden and Harangody going to the Celtics.
I know that the Nets and Jazz trade was not a three team trade but since the Nets traded the draft pick that they received from the trade they just did with the Warriors; I included those two together just so the post would make sense and flow easier.
Sorry if there was any confusion. Hopefully all is now sorted out.
That Nets pick acquired from the Warriors was from 2 years ago, Marcus Williams trade.
Really Jamie? Didn't know that so the Nets still have the pick they acquired from the Warriors in the Troy Murphy trade, right? And if so then is it in 2011 or 2012?
Nope. The first round pick acquired from the Warriors two years was sent to the Jazz (top 7 protected for 2011), along with the Nets own 2011 first round pick.
It is quite possible the Jazz will have 3 first round picks in this years draft. They will have the Nets' first round pick, which is unprotected, the Warriors' first round-pick, which is top-7 protected and Warriors are currently slated for the 11th pick, and then they could have their first round pick, which is currently owned by the Timberwolves unless it is in the top 16. So it is quite possible, the Jazz could sneak into the playoffs, and still owned their pick. Currently, the Jazz are slated for the 18th pick, so as of now that pick would be going to Minny.
Somebody said Proko was straight pimpin in a thread yesterday, I think we all know Kevin O Connor is the true pimp. What if Utah drafts Burks, Fredette, and Leonard. Thats pretty sick.
So the top 7 protected pick means if the Pick is in the top 7 the Nets get to keep it?
Since the pick orginally belonged to the Warriors, then if the pick is in the top 7 the Warriors get to keep it.
The Nets' own 2011 first round pick is unprotected.
Jazz traded the pick they received from Memphis in the Ronnie Brewer trade to Minny for Big AL so if Memphis gets pick in the top 16 then it will go to Minny. Utah keeps their original pick. And I doubt the Warriors will get worse than top 7 so I think the Jazz will get 2 picks this year and maybe 2 more picks in 2012.
I'd rather the Jazz not pick Jimmer because he is a combo guard and that is not Jazz style besides I think he is overrated. Leonard would be nice, but Burks, I'd rather the Jazz pick Jordan Hamilton. Burks also seems a little overrated to me. So far I have the Jazz picking Terrance Jones and Tyler Honeycutt. Warriors are picking 12th so that means they keep it, but if Utah does get 3 picks then it would be sick. (Doubt it though)
And Jamie I looked at this site's review of the 2007 draft and for Marcus Williams I did not see any trades. He went to San Antonio and is probably now in the D-league but no trade so how did he end up with the Warriors and then with the Nets? Where is your proof?
First off, there are two Marcus Williams. The one who played at UConn and the one that played at Arizona. The one traded from the Nets to the Warriors was the one who played at UConn and most recently played in the NBA for the Grizzlies.
Here is a link about the trade. However, the trade has been edited multiple times since it was originally agreed upon, the changes that were made were in regards to the protections of the first round that was invovled.
Realgm.com has a great list of draft picks owned and owed, scroll down to the Jazz and you can see this:
"2012 first round draft pick from Golden State
Golden State's own 2012 1st round pick to Utah via New Jersey (top 7 protected in the 2012 Draft, top 7 protected in 2013, and top 6 protected in the 2014 Draft). However, if Utah via New Jersey has not yet received this first round pick by the 2014 draft, then Utah via New Jersey shall instead receive: (i) Golden State's own 2014 2nd round pick and (ii) Golden State's own 2016 2nd round pick. [Golden State - New Jersey, 7/22/2008 and amended 9/21/2009 and then New Jersey - Utah, 2/23/2011]"
And to correct you, the Jazz traded two first round picks in the Al Jefferson trade. Their own 2011 and the 2011 pick that you mentioned from the Grizzlies (which is lottery protected in 2011...).
"And to correct you, the Jazz traded two first round picks in the Al Jefferson trade. Their own 2011 and the 2011 pick that you mentioned from the Grizzlies (which is lottery protected in 2011...)."
Yeah, that's something I was not aware of. I've been telling people we had our own first round pick.
Wizards got a 1st round pick in their trade too.
didn't know that demarree carroll was involved in the grizz trade...and same thing with ish smith...thanks!
Have to correct myself here...
The first round pick the Jazz received from the Nets as part of Deron Williams, via the Warriors, is a 2012 first round pick not a 2011 draft pick. Then the protection of top 7 for 2012 and 2013.
So the Jazz at most will just have two first round picks in the 2011 draft. Their own if it is Top 16, otherwise goes to Minny, and then the Nets pick.
In other words if the Jazz make the playoffs as a 7th or 8th seed then they have two picks. The Nets pick and thier own pick in the teens. If they don't make the playoffs then they only have one pick, the Nets pick. Their own pick would go to the Wolves. Did I understand that correctly?
If Jazz finish in the standings anywhere between 1-16 then they keep their own pick. Of course, if they make the playoffs, then they are automatically taken out of the lottery, but since the lottery is just 14 teams, they could still realistically have a shot at being the 15th or 16th pick, which would result in them keeping their pick. The thing is, they could make the playoffs as an 8 seed, but still end up with the 17th pick if there are two Eastern Conference teams making the playoffs with a worse record than Utah.
In other words, if the Jazz pick lands between 17-30 it goes to the Timberwolves this year.
Sorry for the late response.