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Harden for Simmons & more. The NBA trade deadline

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One of the biggest trades in sports history

The Brooklyn Nets and the Philadelphia 76ers pulled off the rumored blockbuster trade: James Harden for Ben Simmons. The Nets also got Seth Curry, Andre Drummond and two first-round picks, while the 76ers acquired Paul Millsap.

Harden is on the way to a new 5-year contract worth almost $275 million. He seemed annoyed by the situation in Brooklyn. Is Simmons mentally and physically ready to step on the court? Will Kyrie Irving be allowed to play games at home now that the NY Governor lifted the mask and vaccine mandate?

Ibaka to Milwaukee, LeVert to Cleveland

The Cleveland Cavaliers got Caris LeVert, while the Milwaukee Bucks added Serge Ibaka.

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What about the other deals?

Feb. 10: The San Antonio Spurs traded Derrick White to the Boston Celtics for Josh Richardson and Romeo Langford.

Feb. 10: Charlotte is reportedly acquiring Washington’s center Montrezl Harrell for Vernon Carey and Ish Smith.

Dinwiddie to the Mavs for Porzingis

Feb. 10: The Dallas Mavericks acquired Spencer Dinwiddie and Davis Bertans from the Washington Wizards, trading Kristaps Porzingis and a second-round pick, per reports.

Feb. 10: The Indiana Pacers are trading F Torrey Craig to the Suns for Jalen Smith and a future second-round pick (reports).

Feb. 10: The Houston Rockets acquired Dennis Schroder, Enes Freedom, and Bruno Fernando from the Boston Celtics for Daniel Theis (reports).

Feb. 10: In a four-team deal, the Milwaukee Bucks got Serge Ibaka from the Los Angeles Clippers for Rodney Hood and Semi Ojeleye. Moreover, the Bucks traded Donte DiVincenzo to the Sacramento Kings, receiving two second-round picks and cash considerations. The Kings traded Marvin Bagley III to the Detroit Pistons for Trey Lyle and Josh Jackson.

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The biggest trade

Feb: 10 The San Antonio Spurs traded Thad Young, Drew Eubanks and a second-round pick (via Detroit) to the Toronto Raptors for Goran Dragic and a protected first-round pick.

Feb. 10: The Boston Celtics traded P.J. Dozier, Bol Bol, a second-round pick and cash to the Orlando Magic for a second-round pick.

Feb. 9: In a three-team trade, the Portland Trail Blazers sent Alexander-Walker to Utah. The Jazz traded the injured Joe Ingles and Elijah Hughes to Portland. The Blazers sent Tomas Satoransky to the San Antonio. The Spurs traded Juancho Hernangomez to the Jazz. The Blazers and Spurs also got second-round picks from the Jazz.

The Heat traded KZ Okpala to the Oklahoma City Thunder for a 2026 second-round pick.

Feb. 8: The Sacramento Kings traded Tyrese Haliburton, Buddy Hield and Tristan Thompson to the Indiana Pacers for Domantas Sabonis, Jeremy Lamb, Justin Holiday and a 2023 second-round pick.

CJ McCollum to the Pelicans

The Portland Trail Blazers gave CJ McCollum to the New Orleans Pelicans for Josh Hart, Tomas Satoransky, Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Didi Louzada, a 2022 protected first-round pick and two second-round pick

Feb. 7: The Indiana Pacers traded Caris LeVert and a 2022 second-round pick (via Miami) to the Cleveland Cavaliers for Ricky Rubio, a lottery-protected 2022 first-round pick, 2022 second-round pick (via Houston) and 2022 second-round pick (via Utah).

Norman Powell, Covington to the Clippers, Bledsoe to Portland

Feb. 4: The Portland Trail Blazers sent Norman Powell and Robert Covington to the Los Angeles Clippers for Eric Bledsoe, Justise Winslow, Keon Johnson and a 2025 second-round pick (via Detroit).

Jan. 19: The Denver Nuggets acquired Bryn Forbes from San Antonio, who received Juancho Hernangomez from the Boston Celtics. The Nuggets sent Bol Bol and P.J. Dozier to the Celtics in the three-team deal.

Jan. 13: The Atlanta Hawks traded Cam Reddish, Solomon Hill and a 2025 second-round draft pick to the New York Knicks for Kevin Knox and a protected first-round pick (via Charlotte).

Jan. 4: The Utah Jazz traded Miye Oni and a second-round pick to the Oklahoma City Thunder for cash considerations.

Rondo to the Cavs

Jan. 3: The Los Angeles Lakers traded Rajon Rondo to the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Knicks acquired Denel Valentine from Cleveland, and the draft rights to Wang Zhelin and Brad Newley and cash considerations from the Lakers who received the draft rights to Louis Labeyrie from the Knicks in the three-team deal.

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