2018/19 In-Season NBA Trades

As we did with 2018’s offseason trades and the in-season swaps from 2017/18, we’ll be keeping track of all the NBA trades completed this season as they become official, updating this post with each transaction. This post can be found anytime throughout the season on our desktop sidebar under “Hoops Rumors Features,” or in our mobile menu under “Features.”

Trades are listed here in reverse chronological order, with the latest on top. So, if a player has been dealt multiple times, the first team listed as having acquired him is the one that ended up with him. For more details on each trade, click the date above it.

For more information on the specific conditions dictating if and when draft picks involved in these deals will actually change hands, be sure to check out RealGM.com’s breakdown of the details on traded picks.

Here’s the full list of the trades completed during the 2018/19 NBA season:

February 7

February 7

  • Sixers acquire James Ennis.
  • Rockets acquire the right to swap their 2021 second-round pick with the Sixers’ 2021 second-round pick.

February 7

February 7

  • Hawks acquire Jabari Bird and cash.
  • Celtics acquire the Hawks’ 2020 second-round pick (top-55 protected).

February 7

February 7

February 7

  • Bucks acquire Nikola Mirotic.
  • Pistons acquire Thon Maker.
  • Pelicans acquire Stanley Johnson, Jason Smith, the Nuggets’ 2019 second-round pick (top-55 protected), the Bucks’ 2020 second-round pick, the Wizards’ 2020 second-round pick, and the Wizards’ 2021 second-round pick (all picks from the Bucks).

February 7

  • Nets acquire Greg Monroe and the Raptors’ 2021 second-round pick.
  • Raptors acquire cash ($110K).

February 7

  • Magic acquire Markelle Fultz.
  • Sixers acquire Jonathon Simmons, the Thunder’s 2020 first-round pick (top-20 protected), and either the Cavs’, Magic’s, Trail Blazers’, or Rockets’ 2019 second-round pick (whichever is most favorable).

February 7

February 7

February 7

  • Rockets acquire Iman Shumpert, Nik Stauskas, Wade Baldwin, and the Bucks’ 2021 second-round pick (from Cleveland).
  • Cavaliers acquire Brandon Knight, Marquese Chriss, the Rockets’ 2019 first-round pick (top-14 protected), and the Rockets’ 2022 second-round pick.
  • Kings acquire Alec Burks and either the Rockets’ or Warriors’ 2020 second-round pick (whichever is less favorable).

February 7

February 7

February 6

February 6

February 6

February 6

February 6

February 4

  • Trail Blazers acquire Rodney Hood.
  • Cavaliers acquire Nik Stauskas, Wade Baldwin, the Trail Blazers’ 2021 second-round pick, and the Trail Blazers’ 2023 second-round pick.

February 1

  • Bulls acquire Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot and cash ($2,610,464).
  • Thunder acquire the Bulls’ 2020 second-round pick (top-55 protected).

January 31

January 22

January 7

  • Bulls acquire Michael Carter-Williams and cash ($1,065,966).
  • Rockets acquire the Grizzlies’ 2020 second-round pick (top-55 protected).

January 3

December 17

December 7

  • Bucks acquire George Hill, Jason Smith, the Wizards’ 2021 second-round pick (from Cavaliers), cash ($500K; from Wizards), and 46-60 protections removed on the Wizards’ 2020 second-round pick they already owned.
  • Cavaliers acquire John Henson, Matthew Dellavedova, the Bucks’ 2021 first-round pick (protected; unlikely to convey until at least 2022), the Bucks’ 2021 second-round pick, and the Wizards’ 2022 second-round pick.
  • Wizards acquire Sam Dekker.

November 29

  • Jazz acquire Kyle Korver.
  • Cavaliers acquire Alec Burks, the Jazz’s 2020 second-round pick, and the Wizards’ 2021 second-round pick.

November 12

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3 thoughts on “2018/19 In-Season NBA Trades

  1. natsfan3437

    What do you all think
    McCollum and Turner (Portland) for Barnes Matthews and a 2 seconds (Dallas)

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    • DynamiteAdams

      Portland is sending out more salary and getting more picks but the talent is pretty even. I just can’t see Dallas trading their starting small forward for someone that is either going to be coming off the bench or force one of their current backcourt there. Interesting but I think the pieces need to be different.

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      • natsfan3437

        They have Dorian to replace Harrison in the lineup, turner would replace Dorian on bench unit, and C.J. would replace Wes in lineup

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