GSW’s Kelly Oubre Jr stays, Rockets Victor Oladipo to Miami Heat, Ranjo Rondo to Clippers, and more

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GSW’s Kelly Oubre Jr stays, Rockets Victor Oladipo to Miami Heat, Ranjo Rondo to Clippers and more

GSW’s Kelly Oubre Jr stays, Rockets Victor Oladipo to Miami Heat, Ranjo Rondo to Clippers, and more

GSW’s Kelly Oubre Jr stays, Rockets Victor Oladipo to Miami Heat, Ranjo Rondo to Clippers, and more

This Thursday’s NBA trade deadline saw significant changes in the league. Many players were traded, while others remained with their present teams.

Kelly Oubre Jr. of the Golden State Warriors remained with the team, while Victor Oladipo of the Houston Rockets was traded to the Miami Heat.


Similarly, the Raptors retained Kyle Lowry, while the Golden State Warriors parted ways with Brad Wanamaker and forward Marquese Chriss.

Warriors deal:

Rumors circulated at the NBA trade deadline that the Warriors might move Kelly Oubre Jr.

However, when the trade deadline arrived on Thursday, the Warriors decided to keep Kelly.

They are said to have negotiated trades with guard Brad Wanamaker and big man Marquese Chriss.

The Golden State Warriors have traded forward Marquese Chriss to the San Antonio Spurs and forward Brad Wanamaker to the Charlotte Hornets.

Kelly leads the Warriors in scoring with 15 points per game.

GSW’s Kelly Oubre Jr stays, Rockets Victor Oladipo to Miami Heat, Ranjo Rondo to Clippers, and more
GSW’s Kelly Oubre Jr stays, Rockets Victor Oladipo to Miami Heat, Ranjo Rondo to Clippers, and more. Source: Blue Man Hoop

Kelly Oubre Jr. had his eighth 20-point game of the season tonight against the Sacramento Kings, along with nine rebounds.

If he re-signs this summer, Kelly Oubre Jr. will most likely be the Warriors’ sixth man next season, according to Coach Steve Kerr.

“I can provide much more than coming off the bench,” he stated on Thursday.

The Golden State Warriors, on the other hand, have traded center Marquese Chriss and monetary considerations to the San Antonio Spurs.

In exchange for center Cady Lalanne’s draft rights, the team announced today.

Similarly, the Golden State Warriors have sold guard Brad Wanamaker to the Charlotte Hornets in exchange for a 2022 second-round lottery pick (from Toronto via Philadelphia; top 54 protected) and cash considerations.

In exchange for a 2025 second-round draft pick, the team announced today (top 55 protected).

Rockets deal:

The Houston Rockets traded star guard Victor Oladipo to the Miami Heat on Thursday.

This is Victor’s fifth team in eight seasons.

In 20 games with the Rockets, Oladipo has averaged 21.2 points.

Similarly, with the Rockets this season, he has averaged 20.8 points, 5.0 rebounds, and 4.7 assists.

He joined the Rockets as part of a four-team deal that sent All-NBA guard James Harden to the Brooklyn Nets.

Although sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski earlier this week that Houston was confident in trading Oladipo.

Before making the trade, the parties agreed to a 3 p.m. ET deadline.

In exchange, the Rockets receive guard Avery Bradley, forward Kelly Olynyk, and first-round swap rights in 2022.

The Brooklyn Nets pick is included in the trade rights.

Miami also acquired Nemanja Bjelica from the Sacramento Kings in exchange for players Maurice Harkless and Chris Silva.

Atlanta Hawks acquisition:

The Atlanta Hawks sent Rajon Rondo to the Los Angeles Clippers in exchange for Lou Williams.

On Thursday, the Los Angeles Clippers formally completed a trade of veteran guards.

The Clippers also gave the Hawks two second-round choices and cash.

Shams Charania and Sam Amick of The Athletic, as well as Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, first reported the trade agreement before it became official after the deadline on Thursday.

During his debut season in Atlanta, Ranjo Rondo averaged 3.9 points and 3.5 assists.

“We couldn’t be happier to have Rajon join the Clippers,” said Lawrence Frank, president of Basketball Operations.

“He is a proven winner, a never-say-die competitor, and one of the most talented orchestrators of his generation.

” We feel he will enhance our team and move us ahead.”

Meanwhile, Lou Williams returns to Atlanta, where he spent two seasons from 2012 to 2014.

This season, the three-time NBA Sixth Man of the Year averages 12.1 points and 3.4 assists in 42 games.

“Lou is perhaps the greatest sixth man in NBA history, and he symbolized so much more as a Clipper,” remarked Lawrence Frank.

“He is a leader and a connector who commands the highest regard from teammates and opponents alike.

” He lifted us all. We will sadly miss Lou and his family.”

Kyle Lowry remains with the Toronto Raptors.

When Kyle Lowry played for the Toronto Raptors against the Denver Nuggets on Thursday, everyone assumed it was his final game as a Raptor.

As a result, many notes flooded in, wishing him luck in the future.

However, his exit was short-lived because his possible trade to the Miami Heat did not take place.

Lowry was regarded as the most valuable trade asset for any team that could acquire him.

For the Raptors, he averages 17.4 points per game, 5.6 rebounds, and 7.5 assists per game.

However, his deal did not go place since the Raptors did not get an acceptable offer in exchange for Kyle.

In exchange for future draft picks, Toronto sent Matt Thomas to Utah and Terrence Davis to Sacramento.

Similarly, the Raptors dealt Norman Powell to the Portland Trail Blazers in exchange for Gary Trent Jr and Rodney Hood from the Blazers.

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Other professions include:

The Denver Nuggets acquired Orlando Magic forward Aaron Gordon.

Magic receives guard Gary Harris, rookie R.J. Hampton, and a first-round draft pick in exchange.

As part of the transaction, Denver also acquires forward Gary Clark.

Simultaneously, the Orlando Magic dealt All-Star center Nikola Vucevic to the Chicago Bulls.

In exchange for Isaiah Hartenstein and two second-round picks, the Nuggets acquired backup center, JaVale McGee, from the Cleveland Cavaliers.

The Oklahoma City Thunder are nearing completion on the trade of George Hill to the Philadelphia 76ers.

Since the trade deadline has passed, all teams can now focus on upcoming matches as well as play-in tournaments and playoffs.

With so many deals, the NBA is nearing the end of the season.

Fans are excited to watch their teams perform and see if they made the right decision.

There is still a long way to go in the season and plenty to see, and these deals add to the excitement.