2019/20 In-Season NBA Trades

As we did with 2019’s offseason trades and the in-season swaps from 2018/19, 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. Trades that have been agreed upon but haven’t been officially finalized will be listed below in italics.

Here’s the full list of the trades completed during the 2019/20 NBA season:

February 6

February 6

  • Hawks acquire Dewayne Dedmon, either the Rockets’ or Heat’s 2020 second-round pick (whichever is more favorable), and the Heat’s 2021 second-round pick.
  • Kings acquire Jabari Parker and Alex Len.

February 6

  • Clippers acquire Marcus Morris and Isaiah Thomas.
  • Knicks acquire Maurice Harkless, the Clippers’ 2020 first-round pick, the Pistons 2021 second-round pick, the right to swap their own 2021 first-round pick with the Clippers’ 2021 first-round pick (top-four protected), and the draft rights to Issuf Sanon.
  • Wizards acquire Jerome Robinson.

February 6

  • Rockets acquire Bruno Caboclo.
  • Grizzlies acquire Jordan Bell and the right to swap the Mavericks’ or Heat’s 2023 second-round pick (whichever is less favorable) with the Rockets’ 2023 second-round pick (top-32 protected).

February 6

February 6

February 6

  • Sixers acquire Alec Burks and Glenn Robinson III.
  • Warriors acquire the Mavericks’ 2020 second-round pick, the Nuggets’ 2021 second-round pick, and the Raptors’ 2022 second-round pick.

February 6

  • Hawks acquire Skal Labissiere and cash ($1,759,795).
  • Trail Blazers acquire the Hawks’ 2024 second-round pick (top-55 protected).

February 6

  • Hawks acquire Derrick Walton Jr. and cash ($1,313,576).
  • Clippers acquire the Hawks’ 2022 second-round pick (top-55 protected).

February 6

February 6

  • Magic acquire James Ennis.
  • Sixers acquire the Lakers’ 2020 second-round pick.

February 5

January 25

January 24

January 21

January 16

December 23

  • Jazz acquire Jordan Clarkson.
  • Cavaliers acquire Dante Exum, the Spurs’ 2022 second-round pick, and the Warriors’ 2023 second-round pick.
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8 thoughts on “2019/20 In-Season NBA Trades

    • Luke Adams

      Haha, yeah, this is one of those meant-to-be-updated posts. Figured I’d get it up now on a fairly quiet night.

    • harden-westbrook-mvps

      It’s the only trade since the infamous CP3 for Westbrook Steal.

        • harden-westbrook-mvps

          Right. Getting one of the top players in the NBA who is averaging more PPG than LeBron for a couple of late first round picks and an aging CP3? Yep, the Rockets were robbed.

  1. Question on the Crabbe trade if I may. I understand there are no restrictions on Graham and Teague for future trades, but can Crabbe be aggregated for an immediate trade? I can’t figure out if he was acquired “pursuant to an exception” as the CBA puts it. Thanks.

    • Luke Adams

      Crabbe can’t be aggregated at the deadline — the Wolves acquired him via the traded player exception.

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