Did you have trouble keeping up with all the action and rumors flying around the league on deadline day? Below is a comprehensive list of all the trades that went down within the last few days.
Toronto gets: Serge Ibaka
Orlando gets: Terrence Ross, 2017 first round pick
New Orleans gets: DeMarcus Cousins, Omri Casspi
Sacramento gets: Buddy Hield, Tyreke Evans, Langston Galloway, 2017 first round pick (top 3 protected), 2017 second round pick
Houston gets: Lou Williams
LA Lakers get: Corey Brewer, 2017 first round pick
Washington gets: Bojan Bogdanovic, Chris McCullough
Brooklyn gets: Andrew Nicholson, 2017 first round pick
Atlanta gets: Ersan Ilyasova
Philadelphia gets: Tiago Splitter, two 2017 second round picks (MIA & BKN)
Dallas gets: Nerlens Noel
Philadelphia gets: Justin Anderson, Andrew Bogut, 2017 first round pick (top 18 protected)
Brooklyn gets: KJ McDaniels
Houston gets: 2017 second round pick (top 55 protected)
Oklahoma City gets: Taj Gibson, Doug McDermott, 2018 second round pick
Chicago gets: Cameron Payne, Joffrey Lauvergne, Anthony Morrow
Denver gets: Roy Hibbert
Milwaukee gets: 2019 second round pick (top 55 protected)
LA Lakers get: Tyler Ennis
Houston gets: Marcelo Huertas
Phoenix gets: Mike Scott
Atlanta gets: Cash Considerations
Toronto gets: PJ Tucker
Phoenix gets: Jared Sullinger, 2017 & 2018 second round picks
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Hawks’ Trae Young Suffers Ankle Sprain
Atlanta Hawks guard Trae Young was forced to exit Tuesday’s game against the Miami Heat after suffering a “painful” ankle sprain during the second quarter of action, an injury that Young says was the first of it’s kind in his life.
“It was painful,” Young said (h/t ESPN). “Knock on wood, I haven’t had too many injuries. I’ve been blessed not to have too many injuries throughout my whole entire life, so that was definitely a tough pain.”
Young, 21, was quickly ruled out for the rest of the game and an MRI will be conducted sometime on Wednesday by the Hawks’ medical team.
“They did X-rays. I don’t think they saw anything,” Hawks coach Lloyd Pierce said.
“I definitely want to see that guy back out there,” Hawks forward John Collins said. “He’s had a hell of a start to the year. My guy off the court in general, so I just want to see him happy, healthy. You hate to see him go down like that, but you’re just hoping for a speedy recovery and back on the court when he’s ready and go from there.”
Young took to his official Instagram page to ensure fans that he would be back on the court soon enough.
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Vince Carter to Play Record 22nd and Last Season for Hawks
Vince Carter will be returning to the Atlanta Hawks as he closes out his legendary career and notches a record 22nd season in the NBA.
According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, the 42-year old Carter will return to the Hawks where he will continue to mentor one of the leagues youngest rosters, which has seven players under 23 years of age.
Carter’s 22nd season will push him past the likes of Dirk Nowitzki, Kevin Garnett, Kevin Willis and Robert Parish, who all played 21 seasons in the NBA.
To make even more history, if Carter plays in a game in 2020, then he will become the first NBA player in league history to appear in am NBA game in four different decades, per Elias Sports Bureau.
Carter played in 76 games last season, and averaged 7.4 points in 17 minutes a game for the Hawks.
Hawks’ Allen Crabbe arrested for DUI
Atlanta Hawks guard Allen Crabbe has been arrested for DUI (driving under the influence) in West Hollywood, on the Sunset Strip, late Tuesday night, according to TMZ Sports.
Police say that Crabbe, 27, was “straddling lanes” around 11:30 pm, prompting officers to pill him over due to suspicion that he was driving drunk.
Crabbe was asked to step outside of the vehicle he was driving and asked to perform a field sobriety test leading cops to conclude that he was driving under the influence.
Per the report, Crabbe blew a .08, which is the legal limit in California, and he was booked for misdemeanor DUI.
Crabbe cooperated with officers.
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