|Eric Gordon is on the market all of a suddden. (Getty Images)|
No trades Tuesday and while the chatter increased incrementally, it's been a slow deadline week. We'll see if that holds through the deadline.
UPDATED: 11:15 p.m. ET
- Ken Berger of CBSSports.com with some updates: The Mavs have made Rodrigue Beaubois and Dominique Jones available, as well as Brandan Wright, but only for a pick. J.J. Barea, Luke Ridnour and Derrick Williams are being shopped by the Wolves.
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- Kings F Thomas Robinson, Tyler Honeycutt, Francisco Garcia and a future second rounder have been traded to the Houston Rockets for Patrick Patterson, Cole Aldrich and Toney Douglas.
- Rockets F Marcus Morris has been traded to the Suns for a future second-round pick.
UPDATED: 4:40 p.m. ET
- According to USA Today, the Nets are trying to work a Kris Humphries-MarShon Brooks for Josh Smith deal.
- Mike Woodson and shootaround today: “I think we'll sit tight and try to make this final run with what we have.”
- Ken Berger of CBSSports.com: "Boston's signing of Terrence Williams has not ended their pursuit of a trade for a guard. Charlotte's Gerald Henderson is one possibility."
- According to ESPN NY, the Knicks are shopping Ronnie Brewer.
UPDATED: 3:11 p.m. ET
- Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak reiterated that Dwight Howard won't be dealt, and not just that, said he was the "future" of the franchise.
- According to Yahoo Sports, Fab Melo has been offered up as available by the Celtics.
- ESPN.com reports that the Wolves and Jazz have talked a Paul Millsap for Derrick Williams swap.
- USA Today reports the Bucks aren't taking offers involving Ersan Ilyasova or Brandon Jennings.
- Josh Smith on if he wants to win a title in Atlanta: "I just want to win, doesn't matter where."
- Ken Berger of CBSSports.com: "I'm told the 'right deal' for Rondo would be: Dwight Howard, Chris Paul or a massive haul of assets like Denver got for Melo. Not happening."
- The Celtics are saying Rajon Rondo is not getting traded.
UPDATED: 8:00 a.m. ET
- First up, Ken Berger of CBSSports.com reports on the latest on the Josh Smith front:
Hawks GM Danny Ferry has told prospective trade partners he is not interested in taking back future salary and he won't do a deal "just to do it," one person familiar with the discussions said. The Hawks have been in conversations with many teams about the 27-year-old forward, with the most persistent conversations happening with the Suns, Bucks, Celtics and Nets.
- Sporting News reports that the Celtics could look to add Ramon Sessions at the deadline if they opt not to go for the blow-up and instead make a run with what they have this season:
But keep an eye on Boston making a play for Charlotte guard Ramon Sessions. Sessions plays terrible defense, but he is a solid and versatile offensive guard, and with Leandro Barbosa also on the not-coming-back list, the Celtics could use Sessions.
- The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports that the Hornets are interested in dealing Eric Gordon to the Warriors but want Klay Thompson in return:
Sources confirm the Hornets would be interested in any trade deal with the Golden State Warriors that would include second-year shooting guard Klay Thompson. But sources indicate the Warriors are reluctant to part ways with Thompson, whom they feel is a young emerging star.
- Yahoo reports that the Rockets are willing to trade Terrence Jones.
- Yahoo also reports the Clippers-Celtics talk of a KG trade are dead.
- Ken Berger also reports that both Nick Young and Jordan Crawford are available. Get your gunners here, apparently.
- The Arizona Republic reports that the Suns have discussed sending Marcin Gortat and P.J. Tucker to the Thunder for Kendrick Perkins, Jeremy Lamb, and a pick.
- The Bobcats are reportedly offering up Gerald Henderson, who's a quality young guard. They might be able to move Ben Gordon if Henderson's included.
- The Philadelphia Inquirer cites a source within the Sixers indicating that Evan Turner is not available for trades. We're not buying it, this isn't the first time he's been mentioned, but there it is.
- Chris Vernon in Memphis reports the Grizzlies are making a push for J.J. Redick.