NBA Trade Deadline Deals & Grades 2024

Last Updated: Feb 12, 2024

Last year’s NBA trade deadline saw All-Stars including Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving find new homes. The 2024 deadline was always going to fall short in comparison, but even still, things were relatively quiet.

To catch you up on all the most important deals, we’ve put together a list of some of the top transactions and provided a few of the best bets you can make now that the dust has settled.

All NBA odds are current as of Monday, Feb. 12, and courtesy of bet365 Sportsbook.

Top 2024 NBA Trade Deadline Deals

Gordon Hayward Traded to Thunder

  • Thunder get: Gordon Hayward
  • Hornets get: Tre Mann, Vasilije Micić, Dāvis Bertāns, two second-round picks

Former All-Star wing Gordon Hayward was the most notable player moved ahead of the annual trade deadline, and for the first time since 2019-20, he finds himself suiting up for a contending team.

The Thunder came into the season with the NBA’s second-youngest roster, so adding a 33-year-old veteran is a smart move. Hayward is more than capable of contributing when he’s healthy, too, so he could become a valuable piece of the playoff rotation.

For the Hornets, the top prize is Tre Mann, a third-year guard Oklahoma City selected with the No. 18 pick in 2021. The 23-year-old averaged over 10 points per game in a larger role as a rookie, and he could shine with more freedom in Charlotte.

Hayward Trade Grades

  • Thunder: A
  • Hornets: A

The Hornets get a solid return for Hayward’s expiring contract, and the Thunder get a much-needed veteran who can help space the floor when healthy. This is a win-win.

Bojan Bogdanović, Alec Burks Traded to Knicks

  • Knicks get: Bojan Bogdanović, Alec Burks
  • Pistons get: Evan Fournier, Malachi Flynn, Quentin Grimes, Ryan Arcidiacono, two second-round picks

The Knicks keep winning. After landing OG Anunoby via trade in late December, New York moved to acquire Bojan Bogdanović and Alec Burks from the Pistons, adding valuable scoring off the bench.

This is the most well-rounded Knicks team we’ve seen in decades, and Bogdanović and Burks will only help them improve on the offensive end.

The Pistons shed some salary in the deal and acquired a potentially valuable rotation piece in Quentin Grimes, who was a first-round pick in 2021. Time will tell what he can accomplish in the long run, but for now, his three-point shooting can help a team that ranks 29th in makes.

Bogdanović Trade Grades

  • Knicks: A
  • Pistons: C-

New York adds great depth while only shedding one rotation player. Detroit at least got something for Burks’ expiring contract, but failing to net a first-round pick for Bogdanović feels like a failure.

P.J. Washington Traded to Mavericks

  • Mavericks get: P.J. Washington
  • Hornets get: Grant Williams, Seth Curry, 2027 first-round pick

Dallas reportedly couldn’t wait to get rid of Grant Williams, who supposedly wasn’t well-liked within the locker room. The Mavericks managed to move him, along with Seth Curry and a 2027 first-round pick, for Hornets forward P.J. Washington.

Washington is the same age as Williams (25), but it feels as though he has more potential. He’s not a great floor spacer or defender, but he’s an efficient option around the rim who can make an impact off the bench.

Perhaps Williams will build better connections in Charlotte, where his postseason experience will be an uncommon asset.

Washington Trade Grades

  • Mavericks: B-
  • Hornets: B+

Washington is a nice contributor on offense, but he doesn’t bring much to the table for a Dallas defense that already ranks among the bottom 10. Props to Charlotte for landing Williams, who could help to change the culture, and a future first-round pick.

NBA Futures Bets To Make After Trade Deadline

Thunder Win Western Conference (+900)

bet365 Sportsbook • WAGER: 1 Unit

With or without Hayward, the Thunder have a real shot to win the West and advance to the NBA Finals. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander’s MVP campaign is as real as it gets, and this roster — while young — is darn good.

In time, Hayward can become an essential part of this rotation. He’ll benefit from OKC’s spacing — the team already ranks third in three-point percentage — and he’s exactly the type of connector that all contenders need.

Considering Oklahoma City’s body of work this season, (+900) is a great price.

Knicks Win Eastern Conference (+700)

bet365 Sportsbook • WAGER: 1 Unit

As of now, the Celtics, Cavaliers, and Knicks look like the top threats to represent the Eastern Conference in the NBA Finals. The 76ers are in danger of falling in the standings without Joel Embiid, and the Bucks are still working through their issues after hiring Doc Rivers.

So why can’t it be New York? Jalen Brunson has put together an MVP-caliber season. OG Anunoby is spearheading what may be the league’s best defense. Julius Randle is scoring in bunches. And now, Bogdanović and Burks highlight a dangerous second unit.

The Knicks have all the pieces to compete for the title. They’re worth the risk at (+700).

NBA Trade Deadline 2024 Deals Tracker

  • Jazz trade Simone Fontecchio to Pistons for Kevin Knox II, 2024 second-round pick, and draft rights to Gabriele Procida
  • Grizzlies trade Xavier Tillman Sr. to Celtics for Lamar Stevens, 2027 second-round pick, and 2030 second-round pick
  • Pistons trade Monte Morris to Timberwolves for Shake Milton, Troy Brown Jr., and 2030 second-round pick
  • Jazz trade Kelly Olynyk and Ochai Agbaji to Raptors for Otto Porter Jr., Kira Lewis Jr., and 2024 first-round pick
  • Pacers trade Buddy Hield to 76ers for Marcus Morris Sr., Furkan Korkmaz, and three second-round picks
  • 76ers trade Danuel House Jr. and 2024 second-round pick to Pistons
  • Hornets trade Gordon Hayward to Thunder for Tre Mann, Vasilije Micić, Dāvis Bertāns, 2024 second-round pick, and 2025 second-round pick
  • Wizards trade Daniel Gafford to Mavericks for Richaun Holmes and 2024 first-round pick
  • Pistons trade Bojan Bogdanović and Alec Burks to Knicks for Evan Fournier, Malachi Flynn, Quentin Grimes, Ryan Arcidiacono, and two future second-round picks
  • Nets trade Spencer Dinwiddie to Raptors for Dennis Schröder and Thaddeus Young
  • Hornets trade P.J. Washington to Mavericks for Grant Williams, Seth Curry, and 2027 first-round pick
  • 76ers trade Patrick Beverley to Bucks for Cameron Payne and 2027 second-round pick
  • Spurs trade Doug McDermott to Pacers for Marcus Morris Sr. and 2029 second-round pick
  • Bucks trade Robin Lopez to Kings for cash and draft rights to Dimitrios Agravanis
  • 76ers trade Jaden Springer to Celtics for future second-round pick
  • Celtics trade Dalano Banton to Trail Blazers for future second-round pick
  • Warriors trade Cory Joseph to Pacers for future second-round pick
  • Three-team trade: Suns get Royce O’Neale and David Roddy, Nets get Jordan Goodwin, Keita Bates-Diop, and three second-round picks, Grizzlies get Yuta Watanabe and Chimezie Metu


Garrett Chorpenning

Garrett Chorpenning is the Lead NBA Editor for The Game Day. His previous work includes covering the LA Clippers for Sports Illustrated and FanSided. He graduated from Ball State University in 2021.

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