2014 NBA Trade Deadline Deals: Who was traded and who wasn’t

We didn’t get a blockbuster deal with Rondo, Gasol or Love but we did get a whole lot of activity from the city of brotherly love including a trade that sent Evan Turner to the Pacers.  Here’s a list of all of the trades that went down today.

  • Indiana Pacers trade Danny Granger to the Philadelphia 76ers for Evan Turner and Lavoy Allen.
  • Philadelphia 76ers trade Spencer Hawes to the Cleveland Cavaliers for Earl Clark, Henry Sims and two second-round picks.
  • Denver Nuggets trade Andre Miller to the Washington Wizards.
  • Wizards trade Eric Maynor and a second-round pick to the Philadelphia 76ers and Jan Vesely to the Nuggets.
  • Houston Rockets trade Aaron Brooks to the Denver Nuggets for Jordan Hamilton.
  • Los Angeles Lakers trade Steve Blake to the Golden State Warriors for Kent Bazemore and MarShon Brooks.
  • Los Angeles Clippers trade Antawn Jamison to the Atlanta Hawks for the draft rights of Cenk Akyol.
  • Sacramento Kings trade Marcus Thornton to the Brooklyn Nets for Jason Terry and Reggie Evans.
  • Miami HEAT trade Roger Mason Jr. and cash to the Sacramento Kings for a heavily protected second-round pick.
  • Charlotte Bobcats trade Ramon Sessions and Jeff Adrien to the Milwaukee Bucks for Luke Ridnour and Gary Neal.
  • San Antonio Spurs trade Nande De Colo to the Toronto Raptors for Austin Daye.

An interesting story is Pierre Jackson who has been tearing up the D-League for the Idaho Stampede.  The Pelicans owned his rights and according to ESPN, if he didn’t find a new home in the NBA, he was going to head overseas to Turkey to play for Fenerbahce Ulker.  He wasn’t traded so I guess we will have to find a new favorite D-League player.

Here’s a few other players (not on the Celtics) that came up in the rumor mills but were not moved

  • Omer Asik
  • Kenneth Faried
  • Glen Davis
  • Loul Deng
  • Raymond Felton
  • Jameer Nelson
  • Anthony Morrow
  • Mike Dunleavy
  • Jared Dudley
  • Jarret Jack
  • Chase Budinger

Source: Basketball Insiders & SI



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