NBA Tuesday Night Trade Talk: Multiple Deals Being Discussed

Liam CallahanContributor IFebruary 22, 2011

LOS ANGELES, CA - JANUARY 5:  Nene #31 of the Denver Nuggets shoots over DeAndre Jordan #9 of the Los Angeles Clippers at Staples Center on January 5, 2011  in Los Angeles, California.  NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)
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Following the trade of Carmelo Anthony to the New York Knicks, other deals are currently being discussed around the NBA.

The Denver Nuggets are not done shaking up their roster, as Nene and Al Harrington could soon find themselves on the block.

The Dallas Mavericks could be in play for Harrington, as they tried to sign him last year. The Houston Rockets and Golden State Warriors have expressed interest in Nene.

The Los Angeles Clippers have also offered a first round pick to the Nuggets for Danilo Gallinari. The pick would most likely be Minnesota's 2012 unprotected pick.

The Toronto Raptors have made a move acquiring former Chicago Bulls first round pick James Johnson. They sent the first round pick they acquired from the Chris Bosh sign-and-trade deal with the Miami Heat.

The Bulls are looking to flip that pick and players to Memphis for O.J. Mayo. The Grizzlies are hesitant to trade Mayo when his value is low.

The Portland Trail Blazers are looking more like they are going to deal Andre Miller and Marcus Camby. Miller has been linked to a trade that would send him to the New Jersey Nets for Devin Harris.

Camby has stated he would retire if traded.

Hasheem Thabeet is on the Oklahoma City Thunder's radar according to sources.

The Nets are interested in Houston point guard Aaron Brooks.

Carl Landry, of the Sacramento Kings, is on the New Orleans Hornets radar, as well as other teams. If the Hornets were to make a deal, Marcus Thorton would be included, according to sources.

The Rockets have placed a majority of their team on the block. According to sources, Chase Budinger, Brooks, Yao Ming, Courtney Lee, Terrance Williams, Jared Jeffries and Jordan Hill are all available for the right price.

Brooks is unlikely to be traded, but is available.

If the Boston Celtics cannot acquire Shane Battier, they make look to Rasual Butler or Dahntay Jones.

It is expected that the Cleveland Cavaliers will look to deal Anthony Parker and possibly buy out Leon Powe.

Atlanta is expected to make a hard push for Devin Harris although they will not include Marvin Williams in a deal.

Nene would like an extension with the Nuggets but is intrigued about how he could fit with the Thunder.