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NBA Trade Deadline 2012 Tracker: Updates, Reaction and Analysis

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NBA Trade Deadline 2012 Tracker: Updates, Reaction and Analysis

The March 15 NBA trade deadline has almost every team in the league actively working the phones in the hopes of constructing a deal.

It will be very intriguing to see what type of impact the new collective bargaining agreement will have on the level of activity, as there are a number of clubs expressing hesitance to take on long-term financial commitments.

The first deal before the deadline had Monta Ellis and Andrew Bogut trading places as part of a five-player swap between the Milwaukee Bucks and Golden State Warriors, a trade that few could have predicted.

Who will be the next domino to fall?

We'll have all the updates right here in one thread to make things easy to follow.

Pre-Deadline

Deal One: Milwaukee Bucks trade C Andrew Bogut, G/F Stephen Jackson to Golden State Warriors for SG Monta Ellis, F/C Ekpe Udoh and C Kwame Brown

Deadline Day

Deal One: Memphis Grizzlies trade G/F Sam Young to Philadelphia 76ers for rights to 2005 draft pick F Ricky Sanchez

Deal Two: Toronto Raptors trade G Leandro Barbosa to Indiana Pacers for future second-round pick

Deal Three: New Jersey Nets trade F/C Mehmet Okur, G/F Shawne Williams and a 2012 top-three protected first-round pick to Portland Trail Blazers for Gerald Wallace

Deal Four: Cleveland Cavaliers trade PG Ramon Sessions and SF Christian Eyenga to Los Angeles Lakers for F Luke Walton, G/F Jason Kapono and 2012 top-14 protected first-round pick

Deal Five: Golden State Warriors trade G/F Stephen Jackson to San Antonio Spurs for SF Richard Jefferson, PG T.J. Ford and future first-round pick

Deal Six: Portland Trail Blazers trade C Marcus Camby to Houston Rockets for for C Hasheem Thabeet, PG Jonny Flynn and 2012 second-round pick

Deal Seven: Los Angeles Lakers trade PG Derek Fisher and 2012 first-round pick (via Dallas) to Houston Rockets for F/C Jordan Hill.

Deal Eight: Three-team deal between Washington, Denver and Los Angeles Clippers

Washington receives: F/C Nene, F Brian Cook and future second-round draft pick.

Los Angeles receives: G Nick Young

Denver Receives: C JaVale McGee, F/C Ronny Turiaf

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