Missed a deal? Or, not sure what happen? Or, who received which player? Don’t worry. We have your back. This was one of the craziest NBA trading deadline’s the league has seen in a long time. Goran Dragic went to Miami, Brandon Knight went to the desert, and players like Kevin Garnett, Knes Kanter, and Reggie Jackson were also dealt. Here’s every move that happened at the deadline.
Goran Dragic Trade:
Miami Heat receive: Goran and Zoran Dragic
Phoenix Suns receive: Danny Granger, John Salmons, Justin Hamilton, two future 1st round picks
New Orleans Pelicans receive: Norris Cole, Shawne Williams
Brandon Knight Trade:
Boston Celtics receive: Isiah Thomas
Milwaukee Bucks receive: Michael Carter-Williams, Tyler Ennis, Miles Plumlee
Phoenix Suns receive: Brandon Knight, Marcus Thorton, 2016 1st round pick (Via Cavaliers)
Philadelphia 76ers receive: 2015 1st round pick (Via Lakers)
Reggie Jackson Trade:
Oklahoma City Thunder receive: Enes Kanter, D.J. Augstin, Kyle Singler, Steve Novak
Detroit Pistons receive: Reggie Jackson
Utah Jazz receive: Kendrick Perkins (will be bought out)
Pablo Prigioni Trade:
Houston Rockets: Pablo Prigioni
New York Knicks receive: Alexey Shved, two 2nd round draft picks.
K.J. McDaniels Trade:
Houston Rockets receive: K.J. McDaniels
Philadelphia 76ers receive: Isaiah Canaan, future 2nd round pick.
Tayshuan Prince Trade:
Detroit Pistons receive: Tayshuan Prince
Boston Celtics receive: Jonas Kerebko, Luigi Datome
Arron Afflalo Trade:
Portland Trail Blazers receive: Arron Afflalo, Alonzo Gee
Denver Nuggets receive: Will Barton, Thomas Robinson, Victor Claver, protected first round pick, future 2nd round pick.
Kevin Garnett Trade:
Minnesota Timberwolves receive: Kevin Garnett
Brooklyn Nets receive: Thaddeus Young
JaVale McGee Trade:
Philadelphia 76ers receive: JaVale McGree, future first round pick.
Denver Nuggets receive: Draft rights to Cenk Akyol
Ramon Sessions Trade:
Washington Wizards receive: Ramon Sessions
Sacaremento Kings receive: Andre Miller
It was one of the craziest days we’ve seen in quite some time in the NBA, and we get to repeat in another 365 days.
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