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NBA trade deadline roundup: All of the moves that were made around the league

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A summary of the deals that took the NBA by storm this deadline season.

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  • The Houston Rockets received Pablo Prigioni and K.J. McDaniels in a deal with the New York Knicksand the Sixers. The Knicks acquired Alexey Shved and a pair of second rounders while Philadelphia got a second-round selection and Isaiah Canaan.
  • Sacramento and Washington swapped backup point guards, with Ramon Sessions being traded to theWizards in return for veteran Andre Miller, reuniting Miller with head coach George Karl.
  • The Denver Nuggets traded Alonzo GeeArron Afflalo to the Portland Trailblazers and JaVale McGee& a first round pick to the Sixers in seperate agreements that saw them take home a haul of Thomas RobinsonWill BartonVictor Claver and a first round selection.
  • The Suns and the Miami Heat agreed on a deal that sent Goran Dragic and brother Zoran to South Beach for Justin HamiltonDanny Granger and two first round picks. The Heat also swapped Norris Cole for the New Orleans PelicansJohn Salmons.


A few smaller moves from prior to the deadline include:

  • 18-year veteran Jermaine O'Neal announced he would not follow through with his earlier comeback plans, and would decide whether to retire by July 1, 2015. The Dallas Mavericks were hoping to add him to help bolster their frontcourt.
  • The New York Knicks and Amar'e Stoudemire reached a buyout agreement which saw the 32-year-old center walk away from the organization that signed him to a five-year, $99.7 million contract in 2010. Stoudemire has since joined former teammate Tyson Chandler in Dallas.
  • The Pelicans signed Toney Douglas to a ten-day contract, this is the guard's sixth team in as many years.