The 2013 NBA trade deadline came and went at 3 p.m. ET on Feb. 21. Review everything that went down, courtesy of ProBasketballTalk, CSN and Yahoo! NBA insiders:
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The Bucks missed out on a deal for Josh Smith after, per CSN's Ric Bucher, the Hawks pulled out at the last minute. But they still made the biggest move of the day, acquiring J.J. Redick from Orlando in a six-player trade that also sent Gustavo Ayon and Ishe Smith to Milwaukee and Beno Udrih, Tobias Harris and Doron Lamb to the Magic.
ProBasketballTalk's Brett Pollakoff reviews the Hawks' decision to pull out of a trade that would have sent Smith to Milwaukee for a package of Ekpe Udoh, Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, beno Udrih and a protected No. 1 pick.
Smith, the biggest would-be prize of deadline day, stayed put in Atlanta. But the Hawks did pull off a minor trade, sending sharpshooter Anthony Morrow to Dallas for guard Dahntay Jones.
In a separate deal, the Magic swapped forwards with the Bobcats, sending Josh McRoberts to Charlotte for Hakim Warrick.
CSN New England has news of the Celtics trading the expiring contract of Leandro Barbosa to the Wizards for guard Jordan Crawford. Cener Jason Collins also goes to Washington.
In a move made to clear a roster spot for a free agent, the Knicks traded swingman Ronnie Brewer to the Thunder for a second-round pick. They immediately filled that roster spot by signing Kenyon Martin to a 10-day contract.
The Warriors got under the luxury tax threshold by sending Jeremy Tyler to Atlanta and Charles Jenkins to Philadelphia in separate deals.
The Thunder sent backup PG Eric Maynor to the Blazers for a $2.2 million trade exception and the draft rights to Giorgio Printezis.
The Suns have traded PG Sebastian Telfair to the Raptors for C Hamed Haddadi.
The Heat have sent Dexter Pittman and a second-round pick to the Grizzlies for a trade exception, reports Yahoo!'s Marc Spears.
Yahoo!'s Adrian Wojnarowski has his latest buzz heading toward the deadline.
ProBasketballTalk's Kurt Helin passes along news that the Celtics are making a late run at Sacramento's Tyreke Evans.
CSN New England's A. Sherrod Blakely doesn't see the Celtics acquiring a difference-maker. Meanwhile, rumors swirl around Paul Pierce, who's trying not to focus on them.
Carlos Boozer's name has been involved in several rumors, but CSN Chicago's Mark Schanowski ultimately expects the Bulls to sit out the deadline-day drama.
CSN Washington's Ben Standig weighs in on rumors linking Josh Smith with a move to the nation's capital, and Jordan Crawford with a move out of D.C.
The 76ers were part of the offseason's biggest trade, but CSN Philly's Dei Lynam hears that their "phones were pretty quiet" heading into deadline day.
Portland's JJ Hickson is one name who could be on the move. He talks to CSN Northwest about the possibility of being traded.
Sources tell CSN Bay Area's Ric Bucher that Hornets guard Eric Gordon will not be landing with the Warriors. CSN Bay Area Warriors insider Matt Steinmetz doesn't expect a significant deal from Golden State.
Yahoo!'s Kelly Dwyer thinks all the Josh Smith suitors may be asking for trouble.
ProBasketballTalk's Kurt Helin rounds up the latest buzz heading into deadline day.
Rotoworld's Aaron Bruski takes stock of what may go down on deadline day.
CSN Houston's Howard Chen has reaction from Rockets camp to the trades sending Patrick Patterson, Cole Aldrich and Toney Douglas to Sacramento and Marcus Morris to Phoenix. CSN Houston's Dave Zangaro talked to Jeremy Lin and Chandler Parsons about losing old teammates and gaining new ones.
ProBasketballTalk's D.J. Foster breaks down the trade that sent Patrick Patterson to the Kings and Thomas Robinson to the Rockets.
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