NBA Trade Deadline: Hot Names Destined for New Homes

Kelly ScalettaFeatured ColumnistMarch 15, 2012

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With the trade deadline here, there are some players who are packing their bags and getting ready to move. Here are the players who are on their way to new homes on the day of the deadline. 


Gerald Wallace

According to a report from Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, the New Jersey Nets have agreed to a trade with the Portland Trail Blazers that sends Gerald Wallace to the Nets for Mehmet Okur, Shawne Williams and a protected first-round pick. 

This gives the Nets a star-caliber player at the wing and gives Deron Williams some incentive to stay. From the Trail Blazers, it is a pretty clear indication they are giving up on the season. 


Ramon Sessions

Sessions has been dealt along with Christian Eyenga to the Los Angeles Lakers for Luke Walton and a first-round pick. Sam Amico reports are that the deal for Michael Beasley is "collapsing" though. 


Leandro Barbosa

According to Marc Spears of Yahoo! Sports, Barbosa is on his way to Indiana in exchange for a second-round pick. This is a big for the Pacers, who needed another scorer.

The Pacers had $14 million under the cap, so they can absorb his salary and still have some money for further moves if they need them.


Marcus Camby

According to Marc Spears, the Blazers will acquire center Hasheem Thabeet and guard Jonny Flynn from Houston for center Marcus Camby, source tells Y!


Stephen Jackson

Stephen Jackson, who was recently involved in the trade of Andrew Bogut for Monta Ellis, is now on his way to San Antonio for Richard Jefferson and a first-round pick, according to Michael Dugat.