Our full recap of the 2020 NBA trade deadline, with analysis for each deal all in one place.
The Nuggets were lacking a microwave scoring type, and while Jordan McRae offers less upside than the departed Malik Beasley, he also brings something brand new to the table.
The Wizards continued to tweak their roster at its margins, accepting low risk and operating with an eye on the future.
Jordan Bell and Bruno Caboclo have both struggled for playing time this year, which means this under-the-radar swap could be all about a pick from 2023.
The Rockets went all-in on all-small, flipping their one realistic center option for another lanky wing in the mercurial Bruno Caboclo.
Add another low-risk, moderate-reward deal to Washington's running list of recent moves.
The Knicks came around on the idea of trading Marcus Morris and ended up getting a first-round pick for a player on an expiring deal.