The 7 Most Surprising Moves and Non-Moves of the 2014 NBA Trade Deadline

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The 7 Most Surprising Moves and Non-Moves of the 2014 NBA Trade Deadline
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The Indiana Pacers have said goodbye to Danny Granger, as they completed a deal with the Philadelphia 76ers to acquire Evan Turner.

The 2014 NBA trade deadline lacked the mystique that both fans and analysts crave. But thanks to the Indiana Pacers, who swapped Danny Granger for Evan Turner, as first reported by Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski, there's at least one big deal for everyone to chew on.

Despite a lack of major moves, there were still a few surprises. The Feb. 20 deadline—emphasis on "dead"—won't be considered monumental in the eyes of most observers, but there were a few key acquisitions we didn't see coming.

What was even more surprising than who was dealt was who wasn't. For better or for worse, most organizations opted to hang onto their assets.

Nothing is guaranteed in this league, but while most people expected a few key figures to switch jerseys, there was something left to be desired when the day was all said and done.

 

*All salary information is courtesy of HoopsHype.com.

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