Summarizing buzzer-beating NBA trades

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The NBA trade deadline did not disappoint as we woke up with the league pretty much
shaken up.
The biggest of them all is the James Harden trade. The former MVP who was reportedly
unhappy with the Brooklyn Nets wanted to move on and got his wished as he, along
with veteran Paul Milsap were shipped to the Philadelphia 76ers in exchange for Ben
Simmons, Seth Curry, Andre Drummonds and future picks.
Dallas also let go of Kristaps Porginzis as a Mavericks in exchange for Spencer
Dinwiddie and Davis Bertans of the Washington Wizards. Montrezl Harrel also was
traded to Charlotte Hornets.
The Celtics are made their move by acquiring back Daniel Theis for Dennis Schroder,
Enes Freedom and Bruno Fernando.
But aside from these movements, the biggest revelation as the trade season ended was
the no-show of the desperate-looking Lakers.
With much criticism and expectations about them making a change, it did not happen as
they rejected Houston’s offer involving John Wall and Russell Westbrook.