NBA Trade Rumors 2/21/13- Trade Deadline Day
-Golden State sends Charles Jenkins to Philadelphia and Jeremy Tyler to Atlanta for a second round pick each.
-Oklahoma City acquired Ronnie Brewer from the Knicks for a 2014 second round pick.
-Oklahoma City trades Eric Maynor to Portland for a trade exception and the rights to Giorgios Printezis.
-Milwaukee has acquired J.J. Redick, Gustavo Ayon and Ish Smith from Orlando for Doron Lamb, Beno Udrih and Tobias Harris.
-Dallas traded Dahntay Jones to Atlanta for Anthony Morrow.
-Orlando traded Josh McRoberts to Charlotte Hakim Warrick.
-Boston has acquired Jordan Crawford from Washington for Leandro Barbosa and Jason Collins.
-Phoenix has traded Sebastian Telfair to Toronto for Hamed Haddadi and a second round pick.
-Miami has traded Dexter Pittman and a 2013 second round pick to Memphis for a trade exception.
-The full three team trade: Marcus Morris goes to the Suns; Thomas Robinson and a 2nd round pick go to the Rockets along with Francisco Garcia and Tyler Honeycutt; Patrick Patterson, Toney Douglas and Cole Aldrich go to the Kings.
3:58 p.m. Eastern
-Golden State traded Jeremy Tyler to Atlanta and Charles Jenkins to Philadelphia, says Marc Stein.
3:49 p.m. Eastern
-Possibly one more trade here. Golden State may have dealt Charles Jenkins and Jeremy Tyler, says Marcus Thompson.
3:23 p.m. Eastern
-Oklahoma City acquired Ronnie Brewer from the Knicks for a future second round pick.
3:20 p.m. Eastern
-Chad Ford reports that a Josh Smith to Milwaukee trade fell apart at the last second.
3:15 p.m. Eastern
-The Knicks may have a trade in the works, according to Marc Berman. Possibly involving Ronnie Brewer.
3:13 p.m. Eastern
-Oklahoma City trades Eric Maynor to Portland for a trade exception.
3:10 p.m. Eastern
-Milwaukee has acquired J.J. Redick, Gustavo Ayon and Ish Smith from Orlando for Doron Lamb, Beno Udrih and Tobias Harris. says Sam Amick.
-Dallas traded Dahntay Jones to Atlanta for Anthony Morrow.
3:08 p.m. Eastern
-The Bucks will get Gustavo Ayon and Ish Smith in addition to J.J. Redick, Adrian Wojnarowski says.
3:04 p.m. Eastern
-Josh Smith is staying in Atlanta, says Brian Windhorst.
-Orlando traded Josh McRoberts to Charlotte Hakim Warrick.
3:03 p.m. Eastern
-Charlotte may be involved as a third team in this J.J. Redick to Milwaukee trade, says Sam Amick.
2:56 p.m. Eastern
-Sam Amico reports that a three-team deal between the Hawks, Bucks and Magic would send Josh Smith to Milwaukee.
2:55 p.m. Eastern
-Portland will use an exception to take Eric Maynor from Oklahoma City, says Brian Windhorst. A pick likely goes to the Thunder.
2:51 p.m. Eastern
-Eric Maynor is being traded from the Thunder to the Blazers, Marc Stein says.
2:48 p.m. Eastern
-Orlando is working on a three-team trade involving J.J. Redick and the Bucks, says Joshua Robbins.
-Portland and Oklahoma City are seriously discussing an Eric Maynor trade, says Marc Stein.
2:45 p.m. Eastern
-Philadelphia likely isn’t doing anything, that means no Evan Turner or J.J. Redick trades.
-Sam Amick: Houston is still out on Josh Smith and the Kings had a small deal fall apart.
-Nothing on Andrea Bargnani either.
2:38 p.m. Eastern
-Nets news: Brooklyn is a long shot for Josh Smith, says David Aldridge. And J.J. Hickson told the Blazers he wouldn’t waive his no-trade clause unless he went to the Nets.
-Indiana is out of the race for J.J. Redick, says Chris Broussard.
-San Antonio is still trying to trade DeJuan Blair, says Ken Berger.
2:28 p.m. Eastern
-The Pacers, Sixers and Bucks are the most interested teams in J.J. Redick, David Aldridge says. San Antonio is out.
-Beno Udrih could go to Dallas for Roddy Beaubois and Dahntay Jones if he’s not in a Josh Smith trade, says Marc Stein.
2:25 p.m. Eastern
-The Nets are “hanging by a thread” in Josh Smith talks, but Milwaukee is still the leader, according to David Aldridge.
2:20 p.m. Eastern
-Phoenix won’t get Josh Smith, Sam Amick says, so Milwaukee is the leader right now in the Smith chase.
2:10 p.m. Eastern
-Atlanta and Milwaukee are still seriously talking about Josh Smith, says Adrian Wojnarowski.
2:03 p.m. Eastern
-Boston has acquired Jordan Crawford from Washington for Leandro Barbosa, says Adrian Wojnarowski.
1:55 p.m. Eastern
-Boston’s trade for Jordan Crawford won’t be for Fab Melo, says David Aldridge.
1:49 p.m. Eastern
-Miami has traded Dexter Pittman and a second round pick to Memphis for a trade exception, says Marc Spears.
1:47 p.m. Eastern
-David Aldridge reports that the Celtics are trading for Washington G Jordan Crawford.
-Memphis is in serious talks to acquire Dexter Pittman and a second round pick from the Heat for a trade exception.
1:35 p.m. Eastern
-Memphis will try to use one of its trade exceptions in a small deal, says David Aldridge.
1:20 p.m. Eastern
-Houston is no longer in the mix for Josh Smith, says Sam Amick.
-Boston currently seems underwhelmed by trade offers, says CSN.
-A deal for Timofey Mozgov is unlikely, says Adrian Wojnarowski.
1:10 p.m. Eastern
-Ken Berger: There’s no renewed push for a Kevin Garnett trade, there are no current takers for J.J. Hickson and Indiana may not be willing to give a first-round pick for J.J. Redick.
-The Knicks may try to sign Kenyon Martin or Lou Amundson tomorrow over Rasheed Wallace, says Alex Kennedy.
1 p.m. Eastern
-Washington will wait until the deadline to trade Jordan Crawford, says Ken Berger. Dallas and Boston are interested. *Berger also says there’s a strong chance the Magic keep J.J. Redick.
-Cleveland has made Daniel Gibson available, says Lang Greene.
-Phoenix waived Luke Zeller.
12:50 p.m. Eastern
-A possible Bucks deal for Josh Smith would not include Monta Ellis, says Ken Berger. No deal in place right now, he said.
-Portland is finding no takers for J.J. Hickson, says Chris Broussard. The Blazers want a first round pick back.
-No deal is in place for Spurs reserve DeJuan Blair, says Adrian Wojnarowski.
-The Knicks are exploring dumping a contract to pursue another player, says Jared Zwerling.
12:40 p.m. Eastern
-Chris Broussard: There’s now only about a 50 percent chance the Hawks trade Josh Smith. *Chicago is unlikely to do anything.
-The Lakers are willing to move Steve Blake or Chris Duhon and also have interest in Daniel Gibson and D.J. Augustin, says Sam Amico.
-Portland probably won’t make trades like J.J. Hickson or Nolan Smith.
12:30 p.m. Eastern
-Orlando could still hold on to J.J. Redick, says Sam Amick, but the Pacers, Bucks and 76ers are in the lead for him with the Spurs behind. *Adrian Wojnarowski says the Spurs will fall short.
-Derek Fisher may try to come back this season.
12:15 p.m. Eastern
-Boston is shopping Paul Pierce looking for young players, expiring contracts and picks, but Chris Mannix says a deal is unlikely.
-Milwaukee is a less likely destination for J.J. Redick, says Adrian Wojnarowski, and Chris Broussard says the Pistons are out.
-Dallas and Boston are both interested in Jordan Crawford.
12:10 p.m. Eastern
-The Nets “are on the outside looking in” on Josh Smith and Paul Pierce talks, says Sam Amick.
-Ronnie Brewer could be traded from the Knicks, says Jared Zwerling, but not Iman Shumpert.
-Are the Clippers considering making a move with the Celtics after all?
-Atlanta is looking to trade for a PG, says Lang Greene.
-Golden State is looking to move Jeremy Tyler and Charles Jenkins today, says Marcus Thompson.
11:45 a.m. Eastern
-Don’t expect the Kings to trade Tyreke Evans today, says Jason Jones. But Sam Amico says the Kings could clear a lot of cash today.
-Bill Oram on the Jazz: They won’t trade Al Jefferson or Paul Millsap just to make a deal. Utah would prefer Lamar Odom over Caron Butler if the Clippers traded Eric Bledsoe for Millsap. *If the Jazz get a PG like Bledsoe, teams may call about Mo Williams. *Raja Bell could be traded for a pick or cash.
-Toronto will likely send Hamed Haddadi and a second round pick to Phoenix for Sebastian Telfair later on, says Marc Stein
11:35 a.m. Eastern
-Boston is trying to make a run at Tyreke Evans, according to Marc Stein.
11:30 a.m. Eastern
-Charlotte can’t find a team willing to take Gerald Henderson for a first round pick, says Adrian Wojnarowski.
-Teams aren’t willing to give up much for DeJuan Blair, says Alex Kennedy.
11:20 a.m. Eastern
-San Antonio is a factor in the J.J. Redick talks, says Adrian Wojnarowski.
11:10 a.m. Eastern
-Washington does not have the pieces to acquire Josh Smith, says Alex Kennedy.
-Miami has interest in Timofey Mozgov, but Adrian Wojnarowski says that a fit is unlikely.
-A San Antonio trade would likely include DeJuan Blair, says Sam Amico.
11 a.m. Eastern
-It is possible that the Rockets could flip Thomas Robinson today, says Zach Lowe, but it’s not likely.
-Chicago and San Antonio are longshots to add J.J. Redick, but the Spurs could go after Daniel Gibson for a second round pick instead, says Sam Amico.
10:50 a.m. Eastern
-San Antonio is willing to trade its first-round pick for J.J. Redick but Orlando can do better, says Adrian Wojnarowski. Wojnarowski also reports that Chicago wants to trade Rip Hamilton, but isn’t willing to deal a draft pick with him.
10:45 a.m. Eastern
-Milwaukee and Phoenix are the leading candidates to acquire Josh Smith, says Adrian Wojnarowski, with Boston as a dark horse. *Alex Kennedy says this one will go down to the deadline.
-Marc Spears has his own list of teams interested in J.J. Redick: Indiana, San Antonio, Detroit, Milwaukee and Philadelphia.
10:35 a.m. Eastern
-Sources tell Chris Broussard that the Bucks won’t trade Monta Ellis in a deal for Josh Smith.
-Expect the Knicks to keep Iman Shumpert today, says Alex Kennedy.
10:25 a.m. Eastern
-Milwaukee continues to improve its offer for J.J. Redick, Ken Berger says, which could mean the Bucks are confident a Josh Smith trade will happen.
-Boston could move Fab Melo to Washington in a deal for Jordan Crawford, says Chris Broussard.
-Indiana is looking to move D.J. Augustin, Gerald Green and Tyler Hansbrough, says Mike Wells.
-Houston is looking to trade for a PG.
10:15 a.m. Eastern
-Atlanta and Milwaukee are seriously discussing a trade that would involve Josh Smith and Devin Harris going to the Bucks for a package including Monta Ellis and Ekpe Udoh, says Adrian Wojnarowski. *Beno Udrih could go to Dallas if he’s not included in a Smith trade, says Ken Berger.
-Phoenix will likely not buy out Jermaine O’Neal.
10:10 a.m. Eastern
-Adrian Wojnarowski: Indiana is trying to trade D.J. Augustin, Golden State wants to move a bench player and Miami wants to trade Dexter Pittman.
-Oklahoma City is looking for a first round pick for Eric Maynor but have found no takers, says Sam Amick.
10 a.m. Eastern
-Sam Amick reports that the Rockets cannot use Thomas Robinson in a Josh Smith trade.
-Orlando has received offers of first round picks for J.J. Redick, according to Adrian Wojnarowski, but only from “teams drafting in the 20′s.”
-The Lakers are looking to unload Steve Blake, Chris Duhon, Darius Morris and Devin Ebanks for second round picks, says Wojnarowski.
9:45 a.m. Eastern
-Atlanta’s talks with Houston indicates that the Hawks aren’t in love with other offers for Josh Smith, says Sam Amick.
-Indiana, San Antonio, Milwaukee, Detroit, and Washington are all interested in J.J. Redick, says Chris Broussard.
-Beno Udrih to Dallas is possible, but Milwaukee may want to use him in a larger trade (like Smith), says Marc Stein.
-It doesn’t look like Portland is getting a first round pick for J.J. Hickson, according to Ken Berger.
9:30 a.m. Eastern
-Toronto has emerged as the leading candidate to acquire Sebastian Telfair from Toronto, says Adrian Wojnarowski.
-ESPN Chicago expects a quiet deadline for the Bulls, despite the possibility of trading Carlos Boozer or Rip Hamilton or acquiring J.J. Redick.
-The Knicks are looking to trade Ronnie Brewer, according to Steve Kyler.
9:25 a.m. Eastern
-The latest on Josh Smith: Atlanta is looking to send him to a Western Conference team, and the Rockets are involved in talks, according to Adrian Wojnarowski. But Houston won’t give up assets like Omer Asik and Chandler Parsons if they can get Smith this summer in free agency. The Hawks could still send Smith to a team like the Bucks.
-The Nets are no longer pursuing a Ben Gordon trade with Charlotte, says Ken Berger.
-Sacramento may trade Aaron Brooks or Chuck Hayes, says Tom Ziller.
-Marc Berman reports that the Knicks are pursuing buyout candidates for after the deadline. That includes Jermaine O’Neal and Kenyon Martin. Less likely candidates are Timofey Mozgov and Lou Amundson.
7:15 a.m. Eastern
-Josh Smith will almost certainly be traded today, and Chris Palmer says it’ll be to the Celtics, Bucks, Nets or Suns.
-Chris Mannix: Dallas is also in the mix for Smith. *Kevin Garnett will likely stay put. *Evan Turner, J.J. Redick, Monta Ellis, either Paul Millsap or Al Jefferson, Kris Humphries and MarShon Brooks are all very available.
-Sam Amico: Atlanta, Brooklyn and Charlotte have all been mentioned as Paul Pierce landing spots, but he, Garnett and Rajon Rondo will likely stay put. *OKC making a play for Marcin Gortat, with Kendrick Perkins being dealt, or the Spurs making a run at Smith are possibilities.
-An Eric Gordon trade is unlikely, despite the rumors that he could go to Golden State in a deal including Klay Thompson.
-San Antonio is among the teams interested in Redick, says Marc Stein. The Bulls, Pacers, Bucks and others have been mentioned in the past. *Orlando could hold on to him, says Adrian Wojnarowski.
-Howard Beck reports that the Nets are no longer interested in a Humphries for Ben Gordon trade with the Bobcats. *Amico says Humphries could be involved in a three-team Smith trade.
-In addition to Redick, other bench guys who could get dealt include DeJuan Blair, Jordan Crawford, Eric Maynor, Luke Ridnour, Gerald Henderson and Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, according to Alex Kennedy.
-Blair and Indiana’s Danny Granger are likely staying put, says David Aldridge.
-Toronto had discussed a deal that would have sent Alan Anderson and John Lucas to the Thunder for Eric Maynor, but it won’t happen.
-Marreese Speights, Daniel Gibson, Omri Casspi and Luke Walton are trade options for Cleveland.
-The Knicks will be extremely interested if the Suns buy out Jermaine O’Neal after the deadline.
-Boston could trade Leandro Barbosa today, says Gary Washburn.