Monday Night NBA Trade Talk Recap: Who's on the Move?

Liam CallahanContributor IFebruary 21, 2011

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As the Knicks and Nuggets may finally be finalizing their deal for Carmelo Anthony, there are other players around the league who could also find new homes in the following days.

The Nets and Blazers are discussing a four-player deal with the Nets sending Devin Harris and Troy Murphy to the Blazers in return for Andre Miller and Joel Przybilla.

In a separate trade, the Nets could send Harris back to Dallas while Denver sends Raymond Felton and Timofey Mozgov to New Jersey. It is unclear what the Nuggets would receive but it seems that at least two picks from New Jersey would go to Denver.

The Warriors have placed calls around the league about the availability of several big men, including Nene, Chris Kaman, LaMarcus Aldridge, and JaVale McGee; they could all be available, except for Aldridge.

The Warriors also inquired about Danny Granger and Andre Igoudola. They might also make a push for Greg Oden and Yao Ming in free agency, and finally are rumored to want to ship Dan Gadzuric and Brandan Wright to New Jersey for Troy Murphy.

The Celtics are interested in acquiring Shane Battier from Houston to fill in for the injured Marquis Daniels. Since Boston has limited trade assets, the deal would be difficult to complete without a third team.

The Charlotte Bobcats have expressed a desire to look to move Gerald Wallace and or Stephen Jackson; Portland has expressed interest in Wallace.