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TeamWho They GetWho They TradedAnalysis
Houston RocketsRobert Covington, Jordan BellClint Capela, Nene, Gerald Green, 1st Round PickCovington will see a lot of starter minutes and a similar role to the one he had in Minnesota and P.J. Tucker will continue to play Center as the Rockets flipped Jordan Bell prior to the deadline.
Atlanta HawksClint Capela, NeneEvan Turner, 1st Round PickCapela will be the third scoring option for the Hawks once he's at full health and he doesn't have a lot of competition for minutes. His role should be the same as it was in Houston.
Minnesota TimberwolvesMalik Beasley, Juancho Hernangomez, Evan Turner, Jordan Vanderbilt, 1st Round PickRobert Covington, Jordan Bell, Shabazz Napier, Noah VonlehJuan Hernangomez will be able to find forward minutes as their were too many forwards in Denver. Expect his minutes to go up. Malik Beasley will compete for minutes vs. Josh Okogie.
Denver NuggetsShabazz Napier, Gerald Green, Keita Bates-Diop, Noah Vonleh 1st Round PickMalik Beasley, Juancho Hernangomez. Jarred VanderbiltMonte Morris back up minutes are safe because Napier was traded again prior to the deadline. Green won't be back likely until the playoffs and Bates-Diop will have a tough time finding minutes.
Minnesota TimberwolvesD'Angelo Russell, Omari Spellman, Jacob EvansAndrew Wiggins, 1 1st Rd Draft Pick 1 2nd Rd Draft PickAfter seeing other PG's get traded, Russell will take full command of the Timberwolves offense and will serve as the team's second scoring option behind Karl-Anthony Towns. Spellman will back up Towns.
Golden State WarriorsAndrew Wiggins, 1 1st Round Draft Pick, 1 2nd Round Draft PickD'Angelo Russell, Omari Spellman, Jacob EvansWiggins will be the Warriors prioritized scorer until Stephen Curry comes back in March. The Warriors have moved quite a few mid-court players and Wiggins will see no shortage of time with the ball.
Miami HeatAndre Iguodala, Jae Crowder, Solomon HillJustise Winslow, Dion Waiters, James JohnsonThe arrival and contract extension for Iguodala could mean that Derrick Jones Jr. could see minutes taken away from him. Crowder being there will limit Duncan Robinson.
Memphis GrizzliesJustise Winslow, Dion Waiters, Gorgui DiengAndre Iguodala, Jae Crowder, Solomon HillWinslow has been battling Back issues for the last couple of months, but once he's active, he should be able to start. Dieng will battle Brandon Clarke and Jordan Bell for back up minutes.
Minnesota TimberwolvesJames JohnsonGorgui DiengJohnson will be able to help run the point and that could put him on the floor more as he competes against Juancho Hernangomez for PT. Omari Spellman will likely back up Karl-Anthony Towns at Center.
Sacramento KingsJabari Parker, Alex LenDewayne Dedmon, 2 2nd Rd Draft PicksThe last thing the Kings needed to add was another forward. Parker will be in a dogfight for minutes going up against Harrison Barnes. Once Len is healthy, he can see a few minutes.
Atlanta HawksDewayne Dedmon, 2 2nd Round PicksJabari Parker, Alex LenWe've come full circle as Dedmon returns to the Hawks and he will back up Clint Capela. Bruno Fernando and Damian Jones will likely see their minutes drop unless an injury occurs.
Philadelphia 76ersAlec Burks, Glenn Robinson III3 2nd Rd. Draft PicksBurks and Robinson were brought in to hit three-pointers and play perimeter defense. Shake Milton, Trey Burke and Furkan Korkmaz will lose minutes. We'll have to see if Josh Richardson loses shots once he's healthy.
Golden State Warriors3 2nd Round PicksAlec Burks, Glenn Robinson IIIThe Warriors have a few openings in their mid-court and it looks like Jordan Poole and Damion Lee will be seeing more minutes. Eric Paschall should be able to steal a few minutes and shots as well.
Houston RocketsBruno Caboclo, 1 2nd Rd. Draft PickJordan Bell, 1 2nd Rd. Draft PickCaboclo could grab a few minutes in the Rockets rotation behind Robert Covington and P.J. Tucker once he is recovered from his Knee injury. He has never been given a true rotation commitment in the league.
Memphis GrizzliesJordan Bell, 1 2nd Rd. Draft PickBruno Caboclo, 1 2nd Rd. Draft PickIt's a little surprising seeing the Rockets trade another big man considering they are planning on starting P.J. Tucker at Center. Bell will battle Brandon Clarke and James Johnson for back up minutes in Memphis.
Atlanta HawksSkal LabissiereCash ConsiderationsLabissiere has been out of action with a Knee injury, but, once he's ready to return, he'll battle Dewayne Dedmon for back up minutes at Center. If John Collins needs a few minutes of rest, he can sub in at PF.
Portland Trail BlazersCash ConsiderationsSkal LabissiereEventually, the Blazers will get Jusuf Nurkic and Zach Collins back in the lineup to help out Hassan Whiteside. They currently have Caleb Swanigan to provide relief in the post if needed.
Atlanta HawksDerrick Walton Jr.Cash ConsiderationsWalton won't be an impactful fantasy option unless multiple Guards get hurt. He's sitting behind Trae Young and Jeff Teague, and other combo-guards and will be hard for him to steal minutes.
Los Angeles ClippersCash ConsiderationsDerrick Walton Jr.The Clippers have a lot of guards already. A lot of players bring up the ball and Walton wasn't even logging 10 minutes per game with the Clippers.
Cleveland CavaliersAndre DrummondBrandon Knight, John Henson, 1 2nd Rd. PickWe'll have to see what this trade means for Tristan Thompson. He could get bought out in the next few days. Drummond will be starting and Larry Nance Jr's minutes are safe once Thompson is out of the way.
Detroit PistonsBrandon Knight, John Henson, 1 2nd Rd. PickAndre DrummondThe departure of Drummond means that Thon Maker, Christian Wood and newly-acquired John Henson will have to fill the huge void the Pistons have at Center. Knight will get limited minutes.
Los Angeles ClippersMarcus Morris, Isaiah ThomasMaurice Harkless, Jerome Robinson, 1 1st Rd. PickThe Clippers solidify their frontcourt by getting Morris and he'll be especially beneficial on night's that Kawhi Leonard sits. His scoring will drop a bit, but he'll log a lot of minutes. Thomas will be battling for minutes.
New York KnicksMaurice Harkless, 1 1st Rd. Pick, Draft rights to Issuf SanonMarcus MorrisWith Morris off the team, Harkless should see at least 25 minutes per game in the Knicks rotation and he'll serve as a bailout scorer from the arc. All of the Knicks offensive weapons benefit from Morris being gone.
Washington WizardsJerome RobinsonIsaiah Thomas, Draft Rights to Issuf SanonShabazz Napier and Ish Smith will split minutes at PG to start with Thomas off the team. Robinson will back up Bradley Beal and we'll have to see if he grab 15 minutes per game in the Wizards rotation.
Washington WizardsShabazz NapierJordan McRaeNapier will battle Ish Smith for the starting job and he should be able to take it over once he's fully comfortable in the Wizards offense. Troy Brown Jr. should see more shots for the rest of the way with McRae gone.
Denver NuggetsJordan McRaeShabazz NapierMcRae is now part of one of the deepest teams in the league and it will be very hard for him to get minutes. He'll be filling the Malik Beasley role for the team and it will be a constant battle to get any time in the rotation.
Orlando MagicJames Ennis1 2nd Rd. PickWith Jonathan Isaac still out, the Magic could use a bit of help defensively off the bench and Ennis could find himself being a bigger part of the Magic's rotation in he can shut down the perimeter a little bit.
Philadelphia 76ers1 2nd Rd. PickJames EnnisThe 76ers needed to get players off of their roster in order to be able to fit Glenn Robinson III and Alec Burks. Ennis was getting 15 minutes per game in the Sixers rotation.