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2019 NBA Trade Deadline: Completed Deals

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From Otto Porter Jr. to Harrison Barnes, Blazer’s Edge has the latest details on the deals that have been completed prior to the NBA Trade Deadline.

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The 2019 NBA Trade Deadline has arrived. Wednesday’s action was fast and furious with notable players like Otto Porter Jr, Iman Shumpert, Brandon Knight, Zach Randolph and Harrison Barnes changing hands. The Trail Blazers have remained quiet after landing Rodney Hood on Sunday, but that could change quickly if an unexpected trade partner arises.

Greg Monroe was headed to Brooklyn, but will be waived.

Wes Matthews and Enes Kanter appear on their way out of New York.

The Celtics traded away Bird (who was waived)

Anthony Davis is staying with the Pelicans — for now.

Philly is finally trading Markelle Fultz.

Mike Conley is going nowhere.

The Lakers are interested in Carmelo Anthony maybe...

The Mack heads to Atlanta.

The Anthony Davis to the Lakers talks remain stalled.

The Clippers and Lakers execute a deal. Same arena, different uniforms.

But Beasley won’t stay...

Marc Gasol is on his way to Toronto for Jonas Valanciunas, Delon Wright, CJ Miles and a 2024 second rounder.

Memphis send Garrett Temple and JaMychal Green to the Clippers for Avery Bradley.

Nikola Mirotic has finally been moved. He’s on his way to Milwaukee for Jason Smith, Stanley Johnson and multiple second round picks.

Former Portland guards Nik Stauskas and Wade Baldwin have again been traded. This time to Indiana.

Philadelphia continues to add players dealing for Houston’s James Ennis.


Here are the deals that were completed leading up to the deadline.

Markieff Morris found a new home.

Thon Maker got his trade request granted:

The Sixers swung yet another deal:

The Suns picked up Tyler Johnson and sent Ryan Anderson to the Heat.

The Wizards sent Porter to Chicago in exchange for Jabari Parker and Bobby Portis.

The Cavaliers, Rockets and Kings completed a three-team deal that involved a pair of familiar faces.

The Kings landed Barnes by sending Justin Jackson and Zach Randolph to the Mavericks.