It was real folks.
Sometimes, it was even real fun.
The 2016 NBA trade deadline has come and gone. It lacked blockbuster deals, but there was still plenty of action for us to shift through.
Scroll on down and check out the Association's trade deadline in review. Danny Ainge will be handling all returns and exchanges for any (now-worthless) Boston Celtics Al Horford jerseys.
— The Los Angeles Clippers received Jeff Green from the Memphis Grizzlies for Lance Stephenson and a lottery protected 2019 first-round pick, per Dan Woike of the Orange County Register and ESPN.com's Marc Stein.
— The Philadelphia 76ers received Joel Anthony and a 2017 second-round pick from the Houston Rockets for the rights to Chukwudiebere Maduabum, per Marc J. Spears of Yahoo Sports and Derek Bodner of PhillyMag.com.
— The Washington Wizards received Markieff Morris from the Phoenix Suns for DeJuan Blair, Kris Humphries and a protected first-round pick, per Shams Charania of The Vertical.
— The Oklahoma City Thunder received Randy Foye from the Denver Nuggets for D.J. Augustin, Steve Novak and two second-round picks, per Ken Berger of CBS Sports.
— Three-team deal: The Cleveland Cavaliers received Channing Frye; the Orlando Magic received Jared Cunningham and a second-round pick (via Orlando); and the Portland Trail Blazers received Anderson Varejao and a top-10 protected 2018 first-round pick (via Cleveland), per Frank Isola of the New York Daily News and Dave McMenamin of ESPN.com.
— The Utah Jazz received Shelvin Mack from the Atlanta Hawks for a second-round pick, per Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical.
— Three-team deal: The Charlotte Hornets received Courtney Lee; the Memphis Grizzlies received Chris Andersen, P.J. Hairston, two conditional second-round picks (via Miami) and two future second-round picks (via Charlotte); and the Miami Heat received Brian Roberts, per Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical.