On the 10th (Korean time), the door to the NBA trade market was closed. As in previous years, there was an active movement.
According to ‘ESPN’, 27 teams have traded in the past week, excluding the Washington Wizards, Cleveland Cavaliers and Chicago Bulls. By January, every team except Cleveland and Chicago exchanged players.
On the 10th, the last day of the trade deadline, several major transfers took place. We summarized the trade news reported through local media such as ‘ESPN’ and ‘The Athletic’.
▲ Golden State Warriors center James Wiseman (22) moved to the Detroit Pistons. Nominated by the Warriors with the second overall pick in the 2020 draft, he left the team with shabby results of averaging 9.9 points and 5.0 rebounds in 60 games so far.
According to ‘ESPN’, among the players selected within the second overall draft, he became the fourth player to play in fewer games and change teams after Makele Fultz, Purvis Ellison and Anthony Bennett.
Golden State acquired two forwards, Sadyke Bay (24) and Kevin Knox (24), from Detroit and traded Bay to the Atlanta Hawks and Knox to the Portland Trail Blazers. At the same time, they brought back guard Gary Payton Jr., 31, from Portland, whom he had spent the previous two seasons with.
Through this transfer market, Golden State saved $7 million in wealth tax calculations this season and $30 million based on the 2023-24 season.
▲ Atlanta also carried out a trade for the purpose of cost reduction. The Houston Rockets acquired swingman Justin Halliday (34), center and forward Frank Kaminski (30), and guard Garrison Matthews (27) and center Bruno Fernando (25) in exchange for two second-round draft picks.
▲ The Los Angeles Clippers acquire veteran guard Eric Gordon (35) from the Houston Rockets. In the 2008 draft, they re-recruited Gordon, who was selected with the 7th overall pick in the first round. He averaged 13.1 points, 2.1 rebounds and 2.9 assists in 47 games this season. 바카라
The trade is a triangular trade between the Clippers, Houston, and Memphis Grizzlies. The Clippers are sending guard Luke Kennard (27) to Memphis, while Memphis is sending three-time winning swingman Danny Green (36) to Houston.
Memphis will send three second-round picks to the Clippers here, and Houston will get the right to exchange draft picks with Milwaukee, which the Clippers had.
Houston will sign veteran guard John Wall, 33, from the Clippers, but will not play with him. After the waiver, he will be released as a free agent.
▲ The reinforcement of the Clippers’ power is not the end. Last season’s all-rookie team guard Bonds Highland (23) is acquired by the Denver Nuggets on the condition of giving them the right to pick in the second round of the 2024 and 2025 drafts.
They also agreed to trade guard Reggie Jackson (33) to the Charlotte Hornets for center Mason Plumlee (33).
▲ The LA Lakers replaced Sander. Mo Bamba, 25, was traded to the Orlando Magic for guard Patrick Beverly, 35, while another center, Thomas Bryant, 26, was sent to Denver, along with guard Davon Reed, 28, and a second-round draft pick. Agreed on a trade to receive the chapter.
According to ‘TNT’ sideline reporter Chris Haynes, Bryant had requested a trade from the team after his playing time decreased after Anthony Davis’ return from injury. He is averaging 12 points and 6.8 rebounds this season and will get a new opportunity in Denver.
▲ Portland is going through a triangle trade with the Philadelphia 76ers and the Charlotte Hornets. Philadelphia acquires guard Matisse Tibull (26) and Philadelphia acquires forward Jaylen McDaniels (25) from Charlotte. On top of that, Charlotte gets multiple second-round draft picks and swingman Svyh Michaeliuk, 26, whom Portland acquired from the New York Knicks.
▲ The Milwaukee Bucks will acquire forward Jae Crowder (33) on the condition that they hand over veteran guard George Hill (37) and forward Jordan Wora (25) to the Indiana Pacers and give the Brooklyn Nets a second-round draft pick. Crowder, who has yet to play this season due to personal reasons, has played in the finals twice in the past three seasons.
▲ The New Orleans Pelicans and San Antonio Spurs also traded. New Orleans gives away guard Devonte Graham (28) and four second-round picks, while San Antonio gives up swingman Josh Richardson (30).
▲ ‘Seller’ was expected, but there are some teams that didn’t. A good example is the Toronto Raptors. Local media reported that Western Conference teams, anxious after Kevin Durant’s transfer to the Phoenix Suns, were inquiring about the recruitment of forward OG Anunobi (26), but Toronto eventually kept him. Toronto, which is currently in 10th place in the Eastern Conference with 26 wins and 30 losses, rather strengthened its power by recruiting center Jacob Pertle (28) from San Antonio.