Recapping the Biggest Deals of the 2017 NBA Trade Deadline

March 13, 2017

A few weeks ago marked the 2017 All-Star weekend, which signifies the half-way mark of the NBA season, but also the final day trades can be conducted between NBA teams. The NBA’s trade deadline was on Feb 24, 2017, 12:05pm EST and it didn’t fail to disappoint as several blockbuster trades were conducted.

 

Trade 1:

Chicago Bulls Receive: C Joffrey Lauvergne, SG Anthony Morrow, PG Cameron Payne

Oklahoma City Receives: PF/C Taj Gibson, SF/PF Doug McDermott, 2018 Second Round Pick

 

Trade 2:

Dallas Mavericks Receive: C Nerlens Noel

Philadelphia 76ers Receive: C Andrew Bogut, SF Justin Anderson, 2017 Top-18 protected first round pick
 

Trade 3:

Houston Rockets Receive: PG/SG Lou Williams

Los Angeles Lakers Receive: SG/SF Corey Brewer, 2017 first-round pick

 

Trade 4:

New Orleans Pelicans Receive: SF/PF Omri Casspi, C DeMarcus Cousins

Sacramento Kings Receive: SG/SF Tyreke Evans, PG Langston Galloway, SG Buddy Hield, 2017 top-three protected first-round pick, 2017 second-round pick (from Philadelphia, via New Orleans)

 

Trade 5:

Orlando Magic Receives: SG/SF Terrence Ross, less favorable of Los Angeles Clippers' and Toronto Raptors' first-round picks

Toronto Raptors Receive: PF/C Serge Ibaka

 

Trade 6:

Denver Nuggets Receive: C Mason Plumlee, 2018 second-round pick

Portland Trail Blazers Receive: C Jusuf Nurkic, 2017 top-five protected first-round pick (from Memphis, via Denver)

 

Trade 7:

Charlotte Hornets Receive: C Miles Plumlee

Milwaukee Bucks Receive: PF/C Spencer Hawes, C Roy Hibbert (traded to Denver)

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