Welcome to the Buckets Over Broadway NBA Trade Deadline Live Blog as I will keep you up to date on all of the NBA Trade Rumors and deals today all the way up to the 3:00 pm EST deadline.
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- Kings acquire Roger Mason Jr. from Heat in exchange for cash
- The Clippers have agreed to trade Byron Mullens to the Sixers
- The Clippers have also agreed to trade Antawn Jamison to the Hawks
Knicks Shutout at Deadline (3:05 pm EST)
Although trades could come in late, ESPN and Yahoo both reporting that the Knicks have made ZERO moves at the deadline.
The Knicks turned down a first rounder for Shumpert and were unable to move Udrih. Not a well-executed deadline by the front office.
No surprise at all there.
Hawks get Jamison (2:59 pm EST)
The Atlanta Hawks have reportedly acquired Antawn Jamison from the Clippers.
Clippers having last minute discussions on Shumpert (2:48 pm EST)
The Clippers are having some last minute discussions on whether they should say yes or no to a deal for Shumpert, tweets Marc Stein of ESPN.com.
Shumpert’s MRI has revealed no tears in his left knee, only a mildly sprained MCL,tweets Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports. He could miss two weeks, but that’s a whole lot better than what it could have been.
Jordan Crawford on the move? (2:26 pm EST)
Crawford has already been dealt once this year, coming to Golden State from Boston.
Deadline slows down (2:21 pm EST)
Knicks get shutout? (2:08 pm EST)
With under an hour to go before the deadline passes, I’m not hearing the Knicks involved in any talks.
Jordan Hill staying in LA (1:56 pm EST)
It looks like the market for Lakers forward Jordan Hill has quieted.
The Nets appear ready to pass on Hill, tweets David Aldridge of TNT. That comes after the Pelicans backed off earlier in the day.
The Lakers want a pick for Hill but, meanwhile, the Nets want a pick from the Lakers according to ESPN’s Marc Stein.