2020 Trade Deadline

2019-20 NBA Trade Tracker

Keep track of all the official trades during the 2019-20 season. Official means the deal has been approved by the league and announced by the team.

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Pistons deal Andre Drummond to Cavaliers (Feb. 6)

Cavaliers receive:

C Andre Drummond

Pistons receive:

G Brandon Knight

F/C John Henson

Less favorable of Golden State’s 2023 second-round picks

Official release: Cavaliers | Pistons

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Hawks reacquire Dedmon for Len, Parker (Feb. 5)

Hawks receive:

C Dewayne Dedmon

2020 second-round pick

2021 second-round pick

Kings receive:

F Jabari Parker

C Alex Len

Official release: Hawks | Kings

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Clippers add Marcus Morris in 3-team trade (Feb. 6)

Clippers receive:

G Isaiah Thomas (from Wizards)

F Marcus Morris Sr. (from Knicks)

Knicks receive:

F Moe Harkless (from Clippers)

Draft rights to G Issuf Sanon (from Wizards)

2020 first-round pick (from Clippers)

Protected 2021 first-round pick swap (from Clippers)

2021 second-round pick (from Clippers via Pistons)

Wizards receive:

G Jerome Robinson (from Clippers)

Official release: Clippers | Knicks | Wizards

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Rockets get Caboclo from Grizzlies (Feb. 6)

Grizzlies receive:

F Jordan Bell

2023 second-round pick swap

Rockets receive:

F Bruno Caboclo

Official release: Grizzlies | Rockets

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Heat add Iguodala, Crowder and Hill (Feb. 6)

Grizzlies receive:

G Dion Waiters (from Heat)

G/F Justise Winslow (from Heat)

C Gorgui Dieng (from Wolves)

Heat receive:

G/F Andre Iguodala (from Grizzlies)

F Jae Crowder (from Grizzlies)

F Solomon Hill (from Grizzlies)

Timberwolves receive:

F James Johnson (from Heat)

Official release: Grizzlies | Heat | Timberwolves

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Nuggets acquire Jordan McRae (Feb. 6)

Nuggets receive:

G Jordan McRae

Wizards receive:

G Shabazz Napier

Official release: Nuggets | Wizards

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76ers pick up Burks, Robinson from Warriors (Feb. 6)

76ers receive:

G Alec Burks

F Glenn Robinson III

Warriors receive:

2020 second-round pick (via Mavs)

2021 second-round pick (via Nuggets)

2022 second-round pick (via Raptors)

Official release: 76ers | Warriors

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Hawks get Labissiere from Blazers (Feb. 6)

Hawks receive:

F/C Skal Labissiere

Cash considerations

Trail Blazers receive:

2024 second-round pick (protected top 55)

Official release: Hawks | Trail Blazers

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Hawks pick up Clippers’ Walton Jr. (Feb. 6)

Clippers receive:

2022 second-round pick (protected top 55)

Hawks receive:

G Derrick Walton Jr.

Official release: Clippers | Hawks

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Timberwolves score Russell for Wiggins & picks (Feb. 6)

Timberwolves receive:

G D’Angelo Russell

G/F Jacob Evans

F Omari Spellman

Warriors receive:

G/F Andrew Wiggins

2021 protected first-round pick

2021 second-round pick

Official release: Timberwolves | Warriors

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Sixers send Ennis to Magic (Feb. 6)

Magic receive:

F James Ennis

Sixers receive:

2020 second-round pick

Official release: Magic

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Capela, Covington on move in 4-team deal (Feb. 5)

Hawks receive:

C Clint Capela (from Rockets)

C Nene (from Rockets); player then waived

Nuggets receive:

G Shabazz Napier (from Wolves)

F Keita Bates-Diop (from Wolves)

F Gerald Green (from Rockets); player then waived

C/F Noah Vonleh (from Wolves)

2020 first-round pick (from Rockets)

Rockets receive:

F Jordan Bell (from Wolves)

F Robert Covington (from Wolves)

2024 second-round pick (from Hawks via Warriors)

Timberwolves receive:

G Malik Beasley (from Nuggets)

G/F Evan Turner (from Hawks)

F Juancho Hernangomez (from Nuggets)

F Jarred Vanderbilt (from Nuggets)

2020 first-round pick (from Hawks via Nets)

Official releases: Hawks | Nuggets | Rockets | Timberwolves

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Mavericks acquire Cauley-Stein from Warriors (Jan. 25)

Mavericks receive:

C Willie Cauley-Stein

Warriors receive:

2020 second-round pick (via Utah)

Instant Analysis: With the season-ending injury to Dwight Powell, the Mavericks needed to make a move to shore up its frontline alongside Kristaps Porzingis. Dallas is chasing its first playoff berth in four years and could use the services of Cauley-Stein, who is averaging 7.9 points, 6.2 rebounds and 1.2 blocks. Meanwhile, Golden State receives another pick in a Draft that many in Dub Nation are looking forward to.

Official releases: Mavericks | Warriors

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Thunder trade Patton to Mavericks for Roby (Jan. 24)

Thunder receive:

F Isaiah Roby

Mavericks receive:

C Justin Patton

Cash considerations

Official releases: Thunder | Mavericks

Instant Analysis: The Mavericks needed to make this move in order to create space for Cauley-Stein. With the acquisition of Patton, Dallas received a non-guaranteed contract (Roby’s is guaranteed). The Mavericks requested waivers for Patton once the trade went through. The Thunder land the 45th overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft in Roby, who has spent time in the G League and has yet to make his NBA debut.

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Blazers add Ariza, send Bazemore, Tolliver to Kings (Jan. 21)

Blazers receive:

F Trevor Ariza

F Wenyen Gabriel

F/C Caleb Swanigan

Kings receive:

F Kent Bazemore

F/C Anthony Tolliver

Two second-round picks

Official Releases: Blazers | Kings

Instant Analysis: After a slow start to the season for Portland, this move should help the team shake up their rotation a bit (and help them save some money). Ariza provides playoff experience and a better 3-point shot than Bazemore, who struggled during his first 43 games with the Blazers. In addition, the 6-foot-8 Ariza is a more versatile wing defender than 6-foot-4 Bazemore. Swanigan returns to Portland after being drafted by the team in 2017. The Kings add to their stock of draft picks, and acquire two veteran players in Bazemore and Tolliver on expiring contracts.

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Hawks re-acquire Teague from Wolves (Jan. 16)

Hawks receive:

G Jeff Teague

G/F Treveon Graham

Wolves receive:

G Allen Crabbe

Official Releases: Hawks | Wolves

Instant Analysis: The Hawks have struggled to get consistent guard play when leading scorer and assist man Trae Young leaves the lineup. Enter Teague, who played for Atlanta from 2009-16 and ranks fifth on the franchise’s all-time assists list. The veteran will be an unrestricted free agent this summer, so the move is a fairly low-risk one for the Hawks. Overall, Atlanta is trying to climb from the 9-32 mark they have amassed at the time of the trade. For the Wolves, Crabbe will provide a potential scoring punch off the bench while also being an expiring contract this summer.

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Jazz add Clarkson in exchange for Exum, picks (Dec. 24)

Jazz receive:

G Jordan Clarkson

Cavaliers receive:

G Dante Exum

2022 second-round pick (via Spurs)

2023 second-round pick (via Warriors)

Official Releases: Jazz | Cavaliers

Instant Analysis: The Jazz bolster their guard depth with the addition of Clarkson, who is averaging 14.6 points, 2.4 assists and 2.4 rebounds over 29 games this season. The 27-year-old guard has playoff experience from his run with LeBron James and the Cavaliers during the 2017-18 season. The Cavaliers add Exum, who has struggled to find a steady role in the league after being selected by the Jazz with the No. 5 pick in the 2014 NBA Draft. Still only 24 years old, Exum should receive plenty of opportunity to develop in Cleveland this season.

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