Today is the last day of the 2016-2017 season where all 30 NBA teams are allowed to complete trades until the off-season, and they have until 3 p.m. eastern standard time to do just that.
To ensure that you are able to keep track of all the trades, we suggest bookmarking this page as your official 2017 NBA trade deadline deal tracker, because it will be updated periodically throughout the day as trades are reported across the association.
If you believe we missed a trade, please feel free to contact us and we will update the tracker accordingly.
Here are all of the NBA trades that have taken place this before the deadline, going all the way back to the trade the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Atlanta Hawks made in January.
Cleveland Cavaliers acquire: Kyle Korver
Charlotte Hornets acquire: Miles Plumlee
Denver Nuggets acquire: Mason Plumlee and 2018 second-round draft pick
Portland Trail Blazers acquire: Jusuf Nurkic and 2017 first-round draft pick
Charlotte Hornets acquire: Chris Andersen
Cleveland Cavaliers acquire: 2016 second-round draft pick
Toronto Raptors acquire: Serge Ibaka
Orlando Magic acquire: Terrence Ross and 2017 first-round draft pick
New Orleans Pelicans acquire: DeMarcus Cousins and Omir Casspi
Houston Rockets acquire: Lou Williams
Los Angeles Lakers acquire: Corey Brewer, 2017 first-round draft pick
Atlanta Hawks acquire: Ersan Ilyasova
Philadelphia 76ers acquire: Tiago Splitter and two 2017 second-round draft picks.
Dallas Mavericks acquire: Nerlens Noel
Brooklyn Nets acquire: K.J. McDaniels
Houston Rockets acquire: Cash considerations
Denver Nuggets acquire: Roy Hibbert
Milwaukee Bucks acquire: 2019 second-round draft pick
Los Angeles Lakers acquire: Tyler Ennis
Houston Rockets acquire: Marcelo Huertas
Phoenix Suns acquire: Mike Scott
Atlanta Hawks acquire: Cenk Akyol and cash considerations
Toronto Raptors acquire: P.J. Tucker
Phoenix Suns acquire: Jared Sullinger, 2017 second-round draft pick, and 2018 second-round draft pick
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