2023-24 NBA Trade Deadline Tracker
The 2023-24 NBA Trade Deadline, set to be on Feb. 8 at 3 p.m. EST, is rapidly approaching! So let’s track all of the moves — good, bad and everything between — ahead of the deadline. Let’s begin!
Nov. 1: Philadelphia 76ers traded James Harden, P.J. Tucker and Filip Petrusev to the Los Angeles Clippers for Marcus Morris, Nicolas Batum, Robert Covington and Kenyon Martin Jr.
Dec. 30: Toronto Raptors traded OG Anunoby to the New York Knicks for Immanuel Quickley, RJ Barrett.
Jan. 14: Detroit Pistons traded Marvin Bagley III and Isaiah Livers to the Washington Wizards for Danilo Gallinari and Mike Muscala.
Jan. 17: Toronto Raptors traded Pascal Siakam to the Indiana Pacers for Bruce Brown, draft capital.
Jan. 23: Charlotte Hornets traded Terry Rozier to the Miami Heat for Kyle Lowry, protected 2027 first-round pick.
Feb. 1: Memphis Grizzlies traded Steven Adams to the Houston Rockets for Victor Oladipo, three second-round picks.
Feb. 7: The Jazz traded Simone Fontecchio to the Detroit Pistons in exchange for Kevin Knox and a second-round pick.
Feb. 7: The Boston Celtics acquired Xavier Tillman from the Memphis Grizzlies in exchange for two second-round picks.
Feb. 7: The Minnesota Timberwolves acquired guard Monte Morris from the Pistons for Shake Milton, Troy Brown Jr. and a second-round pick.
Feb. 8: The Indiana Pacers traded Buddy Hield to the Philadelphia 76ers for Marcus Morris, Furkan Korkmaz and three second-round picks.
Feb. 8: The Toronto Raptors acquired Kelly Olynyk and Ochai Agbaji for Otto Porter Jr., Kira Lewis and a first-round pick.
Feb. 8: The Oklahoma City Thunder acquired Gordan Hayward from the Charlotte Hornets for Davis Bertans and Tre Mann.
Feb. 8: The Toronto Raptors acquired Dennis Schroder and Thaddeus Young in exchange for Spencer Dinwiddie
Feb. 8: The Detroit Pistons acquired Danuel House, a second-round pick and cash from the Philadelphia 76ers for a second-round pick.
Feb. 8: The New York Knicks have acquired Bojan Bogdanovic and Alec Burks for Evan Fournier, Malachi Flynn, Quentin Grimes, Ryan Arcidiacono and two second-round picks.
Feb. 8: The Indiana Pacers acquired Cory Joseph, a second-round pick and $5.8 million in cash from the Golden State Warriors in exchange for the least favorable of Indiana’s second-round picks.
Feb. 8: The Dallas Mavericks acquired P.J. Washington and two second-round picks from the Charlotte Hornets in exchange for Grant Williams, Seth Curry and a 2027 first-round pick.
Feb. 8: The Dallas Mavericks acquired Daniel Gafford in exchange for Richaun Holmes and a 2024 first-round pick.
Feb. 8: In a three-team trade, the Suns, Nets and Grizzlies swapped a combined six players. The Suns added forwards Royce O’Neale and David Roddy; the Net acquired Keita Bates-Diop, Jordan Goodwin, one first-round pick, two second-round picks and the draft rights to Vanja Marinkovic; the Grizzlies acquired Yuta Watanabe and Chimezie Metu and a 2026 first-round swap.
Feb. 8: The Milwaukee Bucks acquired Patrick Beverley in exchange for Cameron Payne and a 2027 second-round pick.
How legendary is it to break your own trade:
Feb. 8: The Los Angeles Clippers acquired the draft rights to Ismael Kamagate from the Denver Nuggets in exchange for $2.7 million in cash.
Feb. 8: The Boston Celtics acquired Jaden Springer from the Philadelphia 76ers in exchange for a 2024 second-round pick.
Feb. 8: The Portland Trail Blazers acquired Dalano Banton and $3 million in cash from the Boston Celtics for a 2027 second-round pick.
Feb. 8: The Kings acquired Robin Lopez and cash from the Milwaukee Bucks in exchange for the draft rights to Dimitrios Agravanis.
This is a developing story. Stay tuned for updates.
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