A 4-team trade late Tuesday night shocked the NBA playoff race and delivered an unreasonable 12 players to brand-new locations.
The Rockets, Hawks, Timberwolves and Nuggets linked in the mega-deal, which sent out center Clint Capela from the Rockets to the Hawks and forward Robert Covington from the Timberwolves to the Rockets.
The Atlanta/Denver/Houston/ Minnesota trade– 12 players– is the most significant NBA offer considering that the Knicks moved Patrick Ewing to Seattle in 2000, according to ESPN’s @BobbyMarks42
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) February 5,2020
TRADE DUE DATE: The current reports and what to understand for 2020
Atlanta had actually wanted a big male to couple with John Collins in the frontcourt, and after considering the asking rate for Andre Drummond too high, it proceeded to Capela. Houston, on the other hand, was intent on including a wing shooter to enhance James Harden and Russell Westbrook.
Here’s a take a look at the moving parts associated with the trade, according to several reports:
What did the Rockets get?
- F Robert Covington
- F Jordan Bell
What did the Hawks get?
What did the Timberwolves get?
- F Rattled Vanderbilt
- F Juancho Hernangomez
- F Evan Turner
- G Malik Beasley
- Nets 2020 first-round draft choice
What did the Nuggets get?
- G Gerald Green
- G Shabazz Napier
- F Noah Vonleh
- F Keita Bates-Diop
- Rockets 2020 first-round draft choice