NBA trade deadline: Latest news and intel
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The 2020 NBA trade deadline is today at 3 p.m. ET.

There have already been a flurry of moves this week, most notably the four-team, 12-player megadeal headlined by the Houston Rockets sending center Clint Capela to the Atlanta Hawks. In the most recent high-profile move, the Miami Heat landed veteran Andre Iguodala from the Memphis Grizzlies. And Miami might not be done.

What else are ESPN’s Insiders hearing, and what’s the latest on the ever-changing trade market?

Get all of the intel and analysis from our experts here, including trade grades and live updates.

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Deadline day updates

  • 12:20 p.m. ET: The Miami Heat have agreed to trade Justise Winslow, Dion Waiters and James Johnson to the Memphis Grizzlies for Andre Iguodala, Solomon Hill and Jae Crowder, league sources tell ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. If Miami and OKC can reach a deal on Danilo Gallinari, there’s still time to make this move a three-team trade, but those talks have fully stalled.

  • 12:09 p.m. ET: The Memphis Grizzlies and Miami Heat are now focusing on a two-team deal headlined by Andre Iguodala, with Miami and the Oklahoma City Thunder still unable to reach an agreement on a three-team trade that would land forward Danilo Gallinari with the Heat, league sources tell ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

  • 10:40 p.m. ET: The New York Knicks plan to make CAA player agent Leon Rose the franchise’s next president, league sources tell ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski and Ramona Shelburne. The Knicks parted ways with president Steve Mills on Tuesday, and owner Jim Dolan had been reportedly pursuing Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri for the role.

  • This Knicks mess, in their own words

  • 9:14 a.m. ET: The Miami Heat and representatives for Oklahoma City Thunder forward Danilo Gallinari were working on a contract extension overnight to help finalize a three-team trade involving the Heat, Thunder and Memphis Grizzlies, league sources tell ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. The challenge: Miami’s desire to preserve cap space for 2021. Gallinari can become a free agent this summer.

  • 9:12 a.m. ET: The Atlanta Hawks have made it official and waived Nene, who was acquired from the Houston Rockets in the four-team, 12-player deal that also sent Clint Capela to Atlanta. Nene’s $2.7 million salary for the 2020-21 season would have become guaranteed if he was not waived before Feb. 15.

  • 12:41 a.m. ET: The Philadelphia 76ers have agreed in principle to acquire wings Glenn Robinson III and Alec Burks from the Golden State Warriors, a league source tells ESPN. Philadelphia will send three second-round draft picks to Golden State as compensation. The Sixers are working on additional trades to create roster spots needed to add Robinson and Burks before the 3 p.m. ET deadline, otherwise Philadelphia will have to waive both players.

  • Is Philly in better shape now?

Must-reads

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More updates

  • Feb. 5: The Sacramento Kings will trade Dewayne Dedmon back to the Atlanta Hawks for Jabari Parker and Alex Len, sources tell ESPN’s Zach Lowe and Adrian Wojnarowski. Atlanta will receive a second-round pick in 2020 and 2021 in the deal.

  • Trade grades: Who wins the deal?

  • Feb. 5: The Memphis Grizzlies have agreed to a deal to send Andre Iguodala to the Miami Heat, a league source tells ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Iguodala agreed to the trade and has agreed to a two-year, $30 million extension with Miami with a team option for the 2021-22 season. Justise Winslow is reportedly headed to Memphis in the deal.

  • A third team, the Oklahoma City Thunder, are working with Miami and Memphis to complete an elaborate three-team deal that would land the Heat both Iguodala and Danilo Gallinari, league sources tell Wojnarowski. Talks are ongoing and could extend into Thursday.

  • What this Heat, Grizz and (maybe) OKC trade means

  • How Andre Iguodala handled his rare NBA sabbatical

  • Feb. 5: The Detroit Pistons and their discussions with the Phoenix Suns on a Luke Kennard trade have reached an impasse, league sources tell ESPN. Sides unable to agree on protections for a Suns first-round pick that would have been in the deal.

  • Feb. 5: The Lakers inquired about Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Dennis Schroder as they look to improve at point guard, sources told ESPN’s Dave McMenamin, but OKC was not looking to move Schroder without a hefty return. ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski said on the Woj and Lowe Trade Deadline Special that the Thunder are open for business when it comes to their veterans but that they’re under no pressure to make moves now.

  • Feb. 5: LA Clippers guard Landry Shamet has been off-limits in trade talks with the New York Knicks for Marcus Morris Sr., according to a report by Adrian Wojnarowski on the Woj and Lowe Trade Deadline Special. After parting ways with president Steve Mills on Tuesday, the Knicks are more open to seeing what they can get for Morris and their veterans. The Los Angeles Lakers also have been pursuing Morris and other potential upgrades.

  • Feb. 5: The New Orleans Pelicans continue to be content with point guard Jrue Holiday remaining on the roster through Thursday’s deadline, league sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. The kind of overwhelming offer it would take to pry Holiday away from New Orleans hasn’t surfaced in the marketplace.

  • Feb. 4: ESPN sources told Adrian Wojnarowski that a four-team trade involving the Houston Rockets, Minnesota Timberwolves, Atlanta Hawks and Denver Nuggets has been agreed to in principle. The Rockets will acquire Robert Covington, the Hawks will get Clint Capela and Nene Hilario, and the Timberwolves will receive Malik Beasley, Juan Hernangomez, Evan Turner and Atlanta’s future first-round pick via Brooklyn. The Nuggets will receive Keita Bates-Diop from the Timberwolves and Gerald Green and a future first-round pick from the Rockets. Green will waive his right to veto being included in this deal, a source said.

  • Denver is trading Jarred Vanderbilt to Minnesota, league sources told Wojnarowski. Minnesota will send Noah Vonleh and Shabazz Napier back to Denver and Jordan Bell to Houston.

  • Atlanta will waive Chandler Parsons and his expiring $25.1M contract to create roster space to complete the acquisition of Capela and Nene, league sources tell ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Parsons had played just five games for the Hawks this season.

  • Trade grades: Who wins the deal?

  • Feb. 4: The New York Knicks are parting ways with team president Steve Mills, and Knicks owner Jim Dolan is targeting Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri to oversee New York’s operations, league sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. The move comes two days before Thursday’s trade deadline, and the Knicks remain open to the idea of moving veteran forward Marcus Morris.

  • Should the Knicks wait on Masai Ujiri? Breaking down their next moves

  • Feb. 3: The Detroit Pistons and Phoenix Suns are discussing a deal centered on Pistons guard Luke Kennard, league sources tell ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. The Suns could use their first-round pick to complete a deal for Kennard, who has missed 22 straight games with bilateral knee tendinitis. One possible package includes Suns guards Jevon Carter, Elie Okobo and a first-round pick. Phoenix imagines Kennard as a 30 minute-plus per game floor spacer to complement Devin Booker, Kelly Oubre Jr. and Ricky Rubio, according to Wojnarowski.

  • Jan. 24: The Golden State Warriors are finalizing a deal to trade center Willie Cauley-Stein to the Dallas Mavericks for a 2020 second-round pick, league sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Cauley-Stein, 26, provides the Mavericks with a backup big to replace Dwight Powell, who suffered a ruptured right Achilles on Tuesday.

  • Trade grades: Who wins the deal?

  • Jan. 18: The Portland Trail Blazers have traded Kent Bazemore, Anthony Tolliver and two second-round picks to the Sacramento Kings for Trevor Ariza, Wenyen Gabriel, and Caleb Swanigan, a source tells ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. The deal saves the Blazers, who entered Saturday’s games 10th in the West at 18-25, $12.3 million, cutting their luxury tax bill in half.

  • Trade grades: Who wins the deal?

  • Jan. 16: The Atlanta Hawks are acquiring Minnesota Timberwolves point guard Jeff Teague in a three-player trade, league sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Minnesota is also sending the Hawks guard Treveon Graham in a deal that returns guard Allen Crabbe to the Timberwolves, league sources said. Minnesota creates an open roster spot that could be useful in bigger trades before the Feb. 6 deadline.

  • Trade grades: Who wins the deal?

  • Jan. 3: The Detroit Pistons and Atlanta Hawks have been engaged in talks on a trade centered on Andre Drummond, league sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Drummond has a $28 million player option for next season that he is unlikely to exercise, forcing the Pistons to consider the possibility of losing the veteran center in free agency.

  • Dec. 23: The Utah Jazz are signing G League guard Rayjon Tucker to a multi-year contract, agents Reggie Brown and Mark Bartelstein of Priority Sports tell ESPN NBA Insider Adrian Wojnarowski. The Jazz are also waiving veteran forward Jeff Green, sources tell Wojnarowski.

  • Dec. 23: The Cleveland Cavaliers have agreed to trade Jordan Clarkson to the Utah Jazz for Dante Exum, league sources tell ESPN NBA Insider Adrian Wojnarowski. Utah also will send Cleveland a 2022 San Antonio Spurs second-round pick and a 2023 Golden State Warriors second-round pick, sources tell ESPN’s Brian Windhorst.

  • Trade grades: Who wins the deal?

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