With a lack of big names moved at this year's NBA deadline, all 30 NBA teams are virtually assured of one thing: None of the deals made this year will be considered among the worst of all time.
No superstars and only one first-round pick was moved in the past couple of weeks, a sign that the new collective bargaining agreement is causing teams to be a bit more cost-conscious. It's also forcing general managers to think long and hard before making a decision that involves their most prized assets.
In the past, teams used to move big-name players and high draft picks with little to no thought of the long-term ramifications. And over the course of history, nearly every franchise has made a move that haunts it to this very day.