NBA trade tracker: Grades and details for every deal

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The 2020 NBA trade deadline has officially passed.

After the NBA went more than five months between trades — from when the Oklahoma City Thunder and Houston Rockets swapped All-Star point guards Russell Westbrook and Chris Paul into December — there were a flurry of deals before and on deadline day. More than three dozen players switched homes, including some who moved multiple times before the deadline hit.

We have a rundown of all the trades here, including grades from ESPN’s Kevin Pelton:

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Clippers land Marcus Morris in 3-team deal

LA Clippers get:
F Marcus Morris Sr.
G Isaiah Thomas

New York Knicks get:
F Maurice Harkless
2020 first-round pick

Washington Wizards get:
G Jerome Robinson

Source: Andre Drummond headed to Cleveland

Cleveland Cavaliers get:
C Andre Drummond

Detroit Pistons get:
F John Henson
G Brandon Knight
2023 second-round pick (lesser of Cleveland’s or Golden State’s)

Sources: Warriors, Wolves complete blockbuster

Minnesota Timberwolves get:
G D’Angelo Russell
G Jacob Evans
F Omari Spellman

Golden State Warriors get:
F Andrew Wiggins
2021 top-3 protected first-round pick
2021 second-round pick

Trade grades: Who wins the deal?

Source: Sixers clear a roster spot

Orlando Magic get:
F James Ennis III

Philadelphia 76ers get:
Second-round pick

Source: Hawks make another move

Atlanta Hawks get:
F Skal Labissiere
Cash considerations

Portland Trail Blazers get:
Future protected second-round pick

Sources: Rockets, Grizzlies swap forwards

Houston Rockets get:
F Bruno Caboclo
Second-round pick

Memphis Grizzlies get:
F Jordan Bell
Second-round pick

Sources: Clippers clear a roster spot

LA Clippers get:
Cash considerations

Atlanta Hawks get:
G Derrick Walton Jr.

Sources: Heat land Iguodala from Grizzlies

Miami Heat get:
F Andre Iguodala
F Jae Crowder
F Solomon Hill

Memphis Grizzlies get:
F Justise Winslow
F James Johnson
G Dion Waiters

Trade grades: Who wins the deal?

Source: Grizzlies flip Johnson to Wolves

Memphis Grizzlies get:
C Gorgui Dieng

Minnesota Timberwolves get:
F James Johnson

Sources: Warriors trade Robinson, Burks to 76ers

Philadelphia 76ers get:
G Alec Burks
F Glenn Robinson III

Golden State Warriors get:
2020 second-round pick (via Dallas)
2021 second-round pick (via Denver)
2022 second-round pick (via Toronto)

Trade grades: Who wins the deal?

Sources: Kings trade Dedmon to Hawks

Atlanta Hawks get:
C Dewayne Dedmon
2020 and 2021 second-round pick

Sacramento Kings get:
F Jabari Parker
C Alex Len

Trade grades: Who wins the deal?

Sources: Capela, Covington part of four-team trade

Houston Rockets get:
F Robert Covington
C Jordan Bell
2024 second-round pick (via Golden State Warriors)

Atlanta Hawks get:
C Clint Capela
C Nene

Minnesota Timberwolves get:
G Malik Beasley
F Juan Hernangomez
G Evan Turner
F Jarred Vanderbilt
2020 first-rounder (via Brooklyn Nets, lottery protected)

Denver Nuggets get:
G Gerald Green
F Keita Bates-Diop
G Shabazz Napier
F Noah Vonleh
2020 first-round pick (via Houston Rockets)

Trade grades: Who wins the deal?

Source: Nuggets flip Napier to Wizards

Denver Nuggets get:
G Jordan McRae

Washington Wizards get:
G Shabazz Napier

Warriors trade C Cauley-Stein to Mavericks

Dallas Mavericks get:
C Willie Cauley-Stein

Golden State Warriors get:
2020 second-round pick (via Utah Jazz)

Trade grades: Who wins the deal?

Thunder trade C Patton to Mavericks

Dallas Mavericks get:
C Justin Patton

Oklahoma City Thunder get::
PF Isaiah Roby
Cash

Blazers trade Bazemore to Kings in multiplayer deal

Portland Trail Blazers get:
F Trevor Ariza
F Wenyen Gabriel
F Caleb Swanigan

Sacramento Kings get:
F Kent Bazemore
F Anthony Tolliver
Two second-round picks

Trade grades: Who wins the deal?

Hawks acquiring Teague from Timberwolves for Crabbe

Atlanta Hawks get:
PG Jeff Teague
G Treveon Graham

Minnesota Timberwolves get:
G Allen Crabbe

Trade grades: Who wins the deal?

Jazz get Clarkson from Cleveland for Exum, picks

Utah Jazz get:
G Jordan Clarkson

Cleveland Cavaliers get:
G Dante Exum
2022 second-round pick (from San Antonio Spurs)
2023 second-round pick (from Golden State Warriors)

Trade grades: Who wins the deal?

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