Raise your hand if you were excited by the results of the NBA's trade deadline. Didn't think so.
The 2013 trade deadline, despite holding a lot of promise that high-profile players would be shipped out, turned out to be quite disappointing, as the most prominent player to don a new jersey is J.J. Redick, now of the Milwaukee Bucks.
Still, just because moves didn't happen does not mean they shouldn't have happened. Players like Josh Smith and Al Jefferson were the subject of months of trade speculation, and there were plenty of legitimate reasons the two star big men were on the block for so long.
With rosters locked up for the rest of the 2012-13 campaign, let's look at some players, some of whom were on the block and some of whom weren't, that should have been dealt at the 2013 NBA trade deadline.
Statistics accurate as of February 23, 2013.