Lots of rumors, not a lot of action.
The NBA's much anticipated trade deadline has come and gone. A whole lot of nothing went down.
The biggest trade of this deadline period came over the weekend when the Sacramento Kings shipped DeMarcus Cousins to New Orleans. Today, outside of the Nerlens Noel to Dallas trade, the league was relatively quiet.
All-Stars Paul George, Jimmy Butler and Carmelo Anthony are all staying put. The Knicks and Wolves were reportedly in talks for a point guard swap, but couldn't get a deal done.
Jahlil Okafor, who was being shopped by Philly, is staying with the Sixers.
The Celtics, with all of those draft picks at their disposal, decided to stand pat and will make their run at the Cavs with the pieces they already have in place.
Take a look at all of deals that did go down during this trade deadline period.
Corey Brewer and 1st round pick to Lakers
Lou Williams to Rockets
PJ Tucker to Raptors
Jared Sullinger, '17 and '18 2nd round picks to Suns
Anthony Morrow, Cameron Payne and Joffrey Lauvergne to Bulls
Doug McDermott, Taj Gibson, '18 2nd round pick to Thunder
Nerlens Noel to Mavericks
Andrew Bogut, Justin Anderson + 1st round pick (1-18 protected) to Sixers
KJ McDaniels to Nets
Heavily protected 2nd round pick to Rockets
Roy Hibbert to Nuggets
Protected 2nd round pick to Bucks
Bojan Bogdanovic, Chris McCullough to Wizards
Marcus Thornton, Andrew Nicholson + 1st round pick to Nets
Mike Scott to Suns
$$$ to Hawks
Tyler Ennis to Lakers
Marcelo Huertas to Rockets