The trade deadline is upon us! With DeMarcus Cousins already in New Orleans, the door has been pushed wide open for a big finish to the 2017 trade season.
Below is a comprehensive look at the agreements made since Portland and Denver unofficially kicked things off by swapping Mason Plumlee for Jusuf Nurkic on February 12.
Let us know in the comments who you think has had the best and worst trade deadline so far!
Sunday, February 12:
Blazers Trade Mason Plumlee to Nuggets For Jusuf Nurkic
Monday, February 13:
Cavaliers Trade Chris Andersen, Cash to Hornets
Tuesday, February 14:
Magic Trade Serge Ibaka to Raptors For Terrence Ross, First-Round Pick
Sunday, February 19:
Kings Trade DeMarcus Cousins To Pelicans For Buddy Hield, Tyreke Evans, Lanston Galloway, First-, Second-Round Picks
Tuesday, February 21:
Lakers Trade Lou Williams to Rockets For Corey Brewer
Wednesday, February 22:
Nets Trade Bojan Bogdanovic to Wizards For First-Round Pick
Sixers Trade Ersan Ilyasova to Hawks For Tiago Splitter, Second-Round Pick
Thursday, February 23:
Sixers Trade Nerlens Noel to Mavericks For Andrew Bogut, Justin Anderson, First-Round Pick
Rockets Trade KJ McDaniels To Nets
Bucks Trade Roy Hibbert To Nuggets
Bulls Trade Doug McDermott, Taj Gibson To Thunder For Cam Payne, Joffrey Lauvergne, Anthony Morrow, Second-Round Pick
Hawks Trade Mike Scott To Suns
Rockets Trade Tyler Ennis To Lakers For Marcelo Huertas
Suns Trade PJ Tucker To Raptors For Jared Sullinger, Second-Round Picks