NBA trade deadline 2019: Every completed deal in one place

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Marc Gasol is among the big names on the move Thursday. | AP Photo/Jim Mone

One of the biggest days on the calendar for NBA fans is here: the trade deadline. At 2 p.m. CT Thursday afternoon, teams will no longer be able to complete trades until the offseason. It’s the last chance for contenders to make roster upgrades and struggling teams to sell off pieces to keep building for the future.

Much of the focus throughout the day will be on what happens with Pelicans big man Anthony Davis, who requested a trade out of New Orleans in January. New Orleans has held firm in not moving too quickly to acquiesce the All-Star’s demands, and it could always wait until the summer to make a move.

Several other big deals were completed prior to Thursday, including the Bulls’ acquisition of Otto Porter Jr. in exchange for Jabari Parker and Bobby Portis. The Knicks moved on from All-Star big man Kristaps Porzingis by sending him to Dallas. The 76ers also made another big move by sending several pieces to the Clippers for a package led by high-scoring forward Tobias Harris.

There are still a lot of players available as of Thursday morning, so there should be more action from here. We’ll be updating this post through the afternoon with the latest deals reported or announced as completed.

2019 NBA trade deadline tracker

Feb. 7

Monroe to Nets

Nets acquire: Greg Monroe, 2021 second-round pick

Raptors acquire: Future considerations

Bird to Hawks

Hawks acquire: Jabari Bird

Celtics acquire: Future second-round pick

Mack to Hawks

Hawks acquire: Shelvin Mack

Grizzlies acquire: Tyler Dorsey

Labissiere to Blazers

Trail Blazers acquire: Skal Labissiere

Kings acquire: Caleb Swanigan

Fultz to Magic

Magic acquire: Markelle Fultz

76ers acquire: Jonathan Simmons, 2020 first-round pick, second-round pick

Muscala to Lakers

Lakers acquire: Mike Muscala

Clippers acquire: Michael Beasley, Ivica Zubac

Gasol to Raptors

Raptors acquire: Marc Gasol

Grizzlies acquire: Jonas Valanciunas, Delon Wright, C.J. Milles, 2024 second-round pick

Bradley to Grizzlies

Grizzlies acquire: Avery Bradley

Clippers acquire: JaMychal Green, Garrett Temple

Stauskas to Pacers

Pacers acquire: Nik Stauskas, Wade Baldwin

Rockets acquire: Second-round pick

Mirotic to Bucks

Bucks acquire: Nikola Mirotic

Pelicans acquire: Jason Smith, Stanley Johnson, four second-round picks

Pistons acquire: Thon Maker

Ennis to 76ers

76ers acquire: James Ennis

Rockets acquire: 2021 second-round pick

Feb. 6

Porter Jr. to Bulls

Bulls acquire: Otto Porter Jr.

Wizards acquire: Jabari Parker, Bobby Portis

Morris to Pelicans

Pelicans acquire: Markieff Morris, 2023 second-round pick

Wizards acquire: Wes Johnson

Harris to 76ers

76ers acquire: Tobias Harris, Boban Marjanovic, Mike Scott

Clippers acquire: Landry Shamet, Wilson Chandler, Mike Muscala, 2020 first-round pick, 2021 first-round pick, two second-round picks

Barnes to Kings

Kings acquire: Harrison Barnes

Mavericks acquire: Justin Jackson, Zach Randolph

Johnson, Ellington to Suns

Suns acquire: Tyler Johnson, Wayne Ellington

Heat acquire: Ryan Anderson

Richardson to 76ers

76ers acquire: Malachi Richardson, 2022 second-round pick, rights to Emir Preldzic

Raptors acquire: Cash considerations

Bullock to Lakers

Lakers acquire: Reggie Bullock

Pistons acquire: Svi Mykhailiuk, second-round pick

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