The Brooklyn Nets started the trade season in January when former MVP James Harden was acquired in a four-team deal. The Harden addition strengthens what many had already considered a championship contender in Brooklyn.
What else should we expect between now and the 2021 NBA trade deadline on March 25?
The selling and buying market could be dormant because the play-in tournament adds four postseason teams who would otherwise be sellers. Additionally many contenders lack draft assets to send out in a trade because of moves they've made in recent years.
Here, we break down what to watch for all 30 teams: what kind of moves they can make, what we're hearing, front-office trade histories and trade restrictions of note.
Note: Teams have $5.6 million cash to send out and receive in trades unless otherwise noted.