The 2023 NBA Trade Deadline will pass at 3 p.m. ET on Thursday and things are already setting up to be very busy. We’ve seen multiple huge trades go down, including PG Kyrie Irving heading to the Dallas Mavericks and PG Russell Westbrook involved in a three-team trade out of Los Angeles. Here we’re going to list out every trade that takes place and link out to analysis.
2023 NBA Trade Deadline tracker
Nets trade Kevin Durant to Suns
The Suns shocked the basketball world by acquiring Kevin Durant from the Suns early Thursday morning, according to ESPN. The Suns, who also traded for T.J. Warren, are clearly loading up to win the Western Conference and potentially the NBA championship.
Nets trade Kyrie Irving to Mavericks
The Mavericks got their man in Irving, someone they’ve been linked with for a while. The paring of Luka Doncic and Irving will be interesting, but Dallas got their young star a running mate. If this experiment works out for the rest of the season, the Mavericks could sign Irving to the extension he desires.
Lakers-Timberwolves-Jazz three-team trade
The Lakers sent Russell Westbrook and a protected 2027 first-round pick to the Jazz, who in turn sent Jarred Vanderbilt and Malik Beasley to the Lakers. The Timberwolves got Mike Conley and a second-round pick from Utah, sending D’Angelo Russell to the Lakers as part of the deal.
Trail Blazers trade Josh Hart to Knicks
The Knicks upgrade their rotation by swapping Hart in for Cam Reddish, who goes to Portland along with a protected first-round pick. It’s a move on the fringes for New York, who will likely have bigger overtures as the trade deadline closes.
Celtics acquire Mike Muscala from Thunder
Boston adds some depth at forward and a shooter to the bench by grabbing Muscala from the Thunder.
Jae Crowder flipped to the Bucks after being traded to Nets
The Nets acquired Crowder in the Kevin Durant team with the Suns. Now, the veteran wing is heading to Milwaukee from Brooklyn. The Indiana Pacers are also involved in the deal, making it a three-team trade. Check out the link above for more details.
Lakers trade Thomas Byrant to Nuggets
Los Angeles gets rid of the big to give him a chance at some playing time for the first-place Nuggets. Check out all the details at the link above.
76ers acquire Jalen McDaniels in three-team deal with Blazers, Hornets
Philadelphia adds a nice bench piece in McDaniels, while Matisse Thybulle goes West to Portland and the Hornets add some draft compensation.
Thunder trade Darius Bazley to Suns
OKC is sending the power forward over to Phoenix for Dario Saric and a second-round pick. Check out the details above.
Nuggets trade Bones Hyland to Clippers
Denver is dealing the young guard to the Clippers for two second-round picks.
Pistons acquire James Wiseman in three-team deal with Warriors, Hawks
Golden State has officially shipped James Wiseman to Detroit, officially ending its run with the young big man. As a result, Saddiq Bey will head to Atlanta while the Hawks are sending five second-round picks to the Warriors.
Clippers acquire Eric Gordon in three-team deal with Hornets, Grizzlies
L.A. acquired veteran guard Eric Gordon on Thursday. As a result, John Wall is heading back to Houston along with Danny Green while Luke Kennard is headed to Memphis.
Lakers trade Patrick Beverley to Magic
Los Angeles continue to make moves as it has dealt Patrick Beverley and a second-round pick to Orlando for Mo Bamba.
Clippers acquire Mason Plumlee from Hornets for Reggie Jackson
Los Angeles picks up the big man from Charlotte and ships out the veteran guard. We’ve got the details above.