2020 NBA Trade Deadline Primer Series

by January 17, 2020
Jrue Holiday of the New Orleans Pelicans, Kyle Kuzma of the Los Angeles Lakers

We’re three weeks out from the Feb. 6 NBA trade deadline and as every day passes, the prospect of significant trades going down and shaking up the league landscape increases.

To try and make sense of each team’s standing ahead of the cut-off, we’ve put Newswire staff on the case of breaking down where each franchise sits as the deadline approaches.

Not every team will make moves this year and there’s always the possibility of an anticlimactic result but the best part about the NBA trade deadline is the opportunity that it represents for shrewd general managers.

Below is a list of our ongoing 2020 NBA Trade Deadline Primer series, with links to each post that we’ve published so far. Check back daily until the big day in February for the latest or follow us on Twitter @SLAMnewswire.

Jan. 2New Orleans Pelicans
Jan. 3Atlanta Hawks
Jan. 4Oklahoma City Thunder
Jan. 6Houston Rockets
Jan. 7Portland Trail Blazers
Jan. 8Brooklyn Nets
Jan. 11New York Knicks
Jan. 12Sacramento Kings
Jan. 15Dallas Mavericks
Jan. 16Cleveland Cavaliers
Jan. 18Phoenix Suns
Jan. 19Charlotte Hornets
Jan. 20Chicago Bulls
Jan. 21Golden State Warriors
Jan. 22Utah Jazz
Jan. 23Milwaukee Bucks
Jan. 25Miami Heat
Jan. 29Memphis Grizzlies
Jan. 29Toronto Raptors
Jan. 30Indiana Pacers
Jan. 31Denver Nuggets
Jan. 31San Antonio Spurs
Feb. 1Boston Celtics
Feb. 1Minnesota Timberwolves
Feb. 2Philadelphia 76ers
Feb. 3Los Angeles Lakers
Feb. 3Washington Wizards
Feb. 4Detroit Pistons
Feb. 4Los Angeles Clippers
Feb. 5Orlando Magic