Get ready, NBA fans! The 2024 trade deadline frenzy is upon us, set for Thursday at 3 p.m. ET, and teams are already making moves to strengthen their lineups or secure future assets. It’s a time when excitement builds, and this year is no exception.
Players like Dejounte Murray from the Atlanta Hawks, Bojan Bogdanovic from the Detroit Pistons, and Kyle Kuzma from the Washington Wizards are generating buzz as potential trade targets.
While the big fireworks may still be on the horizon, a few smaller deals have already gone through. The Boston Celtics, currently leading the Eastern Conference, beefed up their frontcourt by acquiring Xavier Tillman from the Memphis Grizzlies in exchange for a couple of second-round picks. Over in the West, the Minnesota Timberwolves, sitting atop their conference, snagged veteran point guard Monte Morris to bolster their playoff push.
As the deadline approaches, CBS Sports is on top of every trade that goes down, ensuring you stay in the loop with all the latest moves.
Here’s a rundown of the trades so far:
- Minnesota Timberwolves: Acquired Monte Morris
- Detroit Pistons: Received Shake Milton, Troy Brown Jr., and a 2030 second-round pick from the Minnesota Timberwolves
- Boston Celtics: Acquired Xavier Tillman
- Memphis Grizzlies: Received Lamar Stevens, a 2027 second-round pick (via Hawks), and a 2030 second-round pick (via Mavericks) from the Boston Celtics
- Detroit Pistons: Acquired Simone Fontecchio
- Utah Jazz: Received Kevin Knox, draft rights to Gabriele Procida, and a 2024 second-round pick (via Wizards) from the Detroit Pistons
Keep an eye out for more updates as the trade deadline draws nearer!”