The 2020 NBA trade deadline is Feb. 6.
After nearly five months between NBA trades -- a rare break in the transaction game -- the action opened up on Dec. 23 when the Jazz and Cavaliers agreed to a deal centered around guard Jordan Clarkson. Since then, there's been some more movement, including trades by the Dallas Mavericks, Golden State Warriors, Portland Trail Blazers and Sacramento Kings.
What else are ESPN's insiders hearing, and what's the latest on this year's trade market?
Get all of the intel and analysis from our experts here, including trade grades and live updates.
Jan. 24: The Golden State Warriors are finalizing a deal to trade center Willie Cauley-Stein to the Dallas Mavericks for a 2020 second-round pick, league sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. Cauley-Stein, 26, provides the Mavericks with a backup big to replace Dwight Powell, who suffered a ruptured right Achilles on Tuesday.
Jan. 18: The Portland Trail Blazers have traded Kent Bazemore, Anthony Tolliver and two second-round picks to the Sacramento Kings for Trevor Ariza, Wenyen Gabriel, and Caleb Swanigan, a source tells ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. The deal saves the Blazers, who entered Saturday's games 10th in the West at 18-25, $12.3 million, cutting their luxury tax bill in half.
Jan. 16: The Atlanta Hawks are acquiring Minnesota Timberwolves point guard Jeff Teague in a three-player trade, league sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. Minnesota is also sending the Hawks guard Treveon Graham in a deal that returns guard Allen Crabbe to the Timberwolves, league sources said. Minnesota creates an open roster spot that could be useful in bigger trades before the Feb. 6 deadline.
Jan. 6: To help identify which teams will become buyers or sellers, Bobby Marks breaks down all 30 franchises based on players who are unavailable, potential trade targets, available contracts that have the most value, the toughest contract to move and internal questions that teams must answer leading up to the Feb. 6 deadline.
Jan. 3: The Detroit Pistons and Atlanta Hawks have been engaged in talks on a trade centered on Andre Drummond, league sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. Drummond has a $28 million player option for next season that he is unlikely to exercise, forcing the Pistons to consider the possibility of losing the veteran center in free agency.
Dec. 23: The Utah Jazz are signing G League guard Rayjon Tucker to a multi-year contract, agents Reggie Brown and Mark Bartelstein of Priority Sports tell ESPN NBA Insider Adrian Wojnarowski. The Jazz are also waiving veteran forward Jeff Green, sources tell Wojnarowski.
Dec. 23: The Cleveland Cavaliers have agreed to trade Jordan Clarkson to the Utah Jazz for Dante Exum, league sources tell ESPN NBA Insider Adrian Wojnarowski. Utah also will send Cleveland a 2022 San Antonio Spurs second-round pick and a 2023 Golden State Warriors second-round pick, sources tell ESPN's Brian Windhorst.
Dec. 17: Which teams have the contracts necessary to acquire the top potential trade targets before the deadline? ESPN's Kevin Pelton evaluates the trade market and possible fits across the league.
Dec. 15: What would it take to land Kevin Love from the Cleveland Cavaliers? According to ESPN NBA Insider Adrian Wojnarowski, maybe less than you'd think. Wojnarowski broke down the Love trade market Sunday night on the Woj & Lowe Trade Season Special.
Dec. 15: What is the trade market like for guards Kyle Lowry and Jrue Holiday? ESPN NBA Insider Zach Lowe broke down which teams could have interest in the two All Stars in Sunday's Woj and Lowe Trade Season Special.
Dec. 15: Will the Oklahoma City Thunder trade Chris Paul this season? ESPN NBA Insider Adrian Wojnarowski broke down what the Thunder should do with veterans like Paul and Danilo Gallinari on the Woj and Lowe Trade Season Special.
Dec. 11: Who will be the buyers and sellers at the NBA trade deadline? Which teams make sense as destinations for Kevin Love? Zach Lowe talks to John Hollinger of The Athletic on the latest edition of The Lowe Post, addressing those questions and more.
Dec. 6: As NBA trade possibilities expand beginning Dec. 15, the Cleveland Cavaliers are expressing willingness to listen to offers for All-Star forward Kevin Love, league sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. Cleveland is open to moving Love before the Feb. 6 trade deadline, should the Cavaliers find a requisite package of young assets and/or future draft picks, league sources said.
Dec. 6: After firing David Fizdale, the Knicks' front office should pursue trades for the team's veterans approaching the deadline, including Marcus Morris, Wayne Ellington and Bobby Portis, ESPN's Kevin Pelton writes.