2017 NBA Trade Deadline Recap

The 2017 NBA trade deadline itself turned out to be a little underwhelming, with no big-name players moved in the last few minutes before 2:00pm CT, and teams like the Celtics, Cavaliers, Pacers, and Pistons standing pat. However, a couple notable players were on the move today, and a few interesting names – including one All-NBA center – were traded in the days leading up to February 23.

Here’s a recap of 2017’s deadline deals, starting with the moves completed today…

(Note: The Rockets’ acquisition of Lou Williams, which wasn’t made official until today, will be considered a February 23 trade. Additionally, not all the deals below have been officially finalized yet, so for now our recap is based on what has been reported.)


Trades completed on deadline day:

February 23

  • Raptors acquire P.J. Tucker
  • Suns acquire Jared Sullinger, Raptors’ 2017 second-round pick, Raptors’ 2018 second-round pick, and cash ($1MM).

February 23

February 23

  • Nuggets acquire Roy Hibbert.
  • Bucks acquire Nuggets’ 2019 second-round pick (top-55 protected).

February 23

February 23

  • Suns acquire Mike Scott, draft rights to Cenk Akyol, and cash ($500K).
  • Hawks acquire Suns’ 2017 second-round pick (top-55 protected).

February 23

February 23

  • Mavericks acquire Nerlens Noel.
  • Sixers acquire Justin Anderson, Andrew Bogut, and Mavericks’ 2017 first-round pick (top-18 protected).
  • Sixers will get Mavs’ second-round picks in 2017 (56-60 protected) and 2018 (56-60 protected) if first-rounder doesn’t convey.

February 23


Trades completed in the 10 days leading up to the deadline:

February 22

  • Hawks acquire Ersan Ilyasova.
  • Sixers acquire Tiago Splitter, Heat’s 2017 second-round pick (top-40 protected), and the right to swap Warriors’ 2017 second-round pick for Hawks’ second-round pick.

February 22

February 20

February 14

  • Raptors acquire Serge Ibaka.
  • Magic acquire Terrence Ross and less favorable of Raptors’ and Clippers’ 2017 first-round picks.

February 13

  • Hornets acquire Chris Andersen and cash.
  • Cavaliers acquire Hornets’ 2017 second-round pick (top-55 protected).

February 13

  • Trail Blazers acquire Jusuf Nurkic and Grizzlies’ 2017 first-round pick (top-five protected).
  • Nuggets acquire Mason Plumlee, less favorable of Kings’ and Trail Blazers’ 2018 second-round picks, and cash ($2.85MM).
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29 thoughts on “2017 NBA Trade Deadline Recap

  1. Still trying to wrap my mind around the Chicago trade. Gibson should’ve gotten them a first rounder. Cam Payne is a good players but I can’t see him being more than a back up point guard. Amazing move for the Thunder, they are definitely getting the better end of the deal. I really like the moves Toronto, L.A., and Brooklyn made too. Sadly Chicago will be cursed with an inept front office.

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    • dtrainriotmaker

      Especially when you already have 3 point guards in the team , rondo , mc3 and grant now Payne ? How many do they need ?

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  2. HEN1CHC

    Ok the 76ers trading Noel for a pick they probably won’t get makes 0 sense to me

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      • egotgame17

        How he bent philly over we got essentially 3 players for a 1 way player who will earn about 90 mill i wouldve liked a better return but Sacramentos deal lowered the price tag on bigs

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        • Garett

          I don’t love the sixers deal but they didn’t get bent over. Noel is going to get 5 for 90 mil even as a RFA and the sixers decided he wasn’t worth that, so they traded him for something instead of nothing. It was a clear buyers market out there

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    • egotgame17

      @hen1chc if it doesnt make sense to you then you dont know basketball should philly have kept noel paid him byombo money to back up jojo not smart at least something was acquired rather then him walking for 0

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      • Surprisingly a Bucks Fan

        They should’ve traded okafor in that instance and kept noel

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  3. Connorsoxfan

    Boston better sign a couple guys who get bought out. Target 2 of Jones, Bogut, Sullinger. Probably in that order.

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  4. Reggie Green

    If the Lakers and Heat picks convey to the 6ers this it year,we could end up with 2 top 10 picks,as well as 2nds from Ny,Dal,Mia & Atl.

    Embiid,Okafor,Simmons,Saric,Holmes,Rco,Anderson,Luwawu,Stauskas,McConnell,Bayless,Randle,and maybe Henderson and Korkmaz.

    Should make for an interesting offseason.
    And the 87ers should have a good team next year.

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  5. Angry Bulls Fan

    So you trade Taj and Douggy Buckets but get another Point Guard with minimal ceiling and some scraps. Yet, you keep Rondo the locker room cancer, and don’t trade for Okafor.

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  6. madmanTX

    Cuban probably bullied the 76ers into that trade like he does with the refs.

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    • weezlur11

      Lol if the 76ers were bullied into a trade they are an even sadder organization than we already knew they were. Props for having a better front office than only the kings

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  7. ChiSoxCity

    LMAO at the Noel trade. The Sixers flipped a lottery pick they never should have drafted to begin with for a top 18 protected 1st round pick? So much for “The Process.”

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