A couple of years ago, the NBA moved the trade deadline ahead of All-Star Weekend.
In another example of how COVID-19 has impacted the NBA schedule, the trade deadline not only follows the All-Star Game this season, it’s two-plus weeks after the game was played.
With nearly two months left in the 2020-21 regular season and lots unsettled in the standings, the trade deadline ended at 3 p.m. ET Thursday.
Who was traded? Kyle Lowry? Victor Oladipo? Lonzo Ball? Harrison Barnes?
Who made the big move? Boston? Philadelphia? Miami? Los Angeles Clippers? Denver?
A look at all the major moves leading up to Thursday's deadline.
Trade deadline tracker
> Toronto sent Matt Thomas to Utah for a second-round pick.
> Dallas received J.J. Redick and Nicolo Melli from New Orleans for James Johnson, Wes Iwundu, a 2021 second-round pick and cash considerations.
> Houston traded Victor Oladipo to Miami for Avery Bradley, Kelly Olynyk and the right to swap draft picks in 2022.
> San Antonio acquired Marquese Chriss from Golden State for cash and the draft rights to Cady Lalanne, the 55th pick in the 2015 draft who has spent the past two seasons in the Korean Basketball League.
> Atlanta traded Rajon Rondo to the Los Angeles Clippers for Lou Williams and two second-round picks.
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