NBA trade deadline: Latest news and intel

The 2020 NBA trade deadline is Thursday at 3 p.m. ET.

After nearly five months between NBA trades — a rare break in the transaction game — the action heated up on Dec. 23 when the Jazz and Cavaliers agreed to a deal centered on guard Jordan Clarkson. Since then, there has been some more movement, including trades by the Dallas Mavericks, Golden State Warriors, Portland Trail Blazers and Sacramento Kings.

What else are ESPN’s Insiders hearing, and what’s the latest on this season’s trade market?

Get all of the intel and analysis from our experts here, including trade grades and live updates.

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Latest updates





  • Feb. 5: The Detroit Pistons and their discussions with the Phoenix Suns on a Luke Kennard trade have reached an impasse, league sources tell ESPN. Sides unable to agree on protections for a Suns first-round pick that would have been in the deal.




Must-reads

Answering big questions before the NBA trade deadline

ESPN insiders Bobby Marks and Kevin Pelton answer the big questions heading toward deadline day, including what trades make the most sense for top contenders, how to value 2020 first-round picks, who are the underrated trade targets and more.


How Andre Iguodala handled his rare NBA sabbatical

Iguodala hasn’t played a second of basketball since June, but now he’s back on a contender. Here’s how he spent his time away from the NBA.


Team-by-team guide to the deadline

For all 30 teams, Bobby Marks highlights trade targets, off-limits players, draft capital and big front-office questions.

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