11:45: Two things to keep in mind if you follow Celtics big man Semih Erden on Twitter. One, he's not going to be traded to Denver — for now. And two, you should probably unfollow him.
The Twitter handle @SemihErden sent out a tweet indicating that the Turkish rookie was on his way to Houston, pending a physical.
CSNNE's A. Sherrod Blakely talked to Erden's agent, and the account is not his. Erden is not on his way to Houston.
The account has since been deleted.
7:50 Remember the Atlanta Hawks? They're the latest team to make a splash this season.
According to Yahoo's Marc Spears, the Hawks have acquired Kirk Hinrich from Washington.
Mike Bibby is the biggest name on the way to Washington. Jordan Crawford is also heading to D.C.
6:40: It sounds like the Heat are trying pretty hard to add some depth to their frontcourt, and they're trying to do so with Brendan Haywood.
Acording to Yahoo's Adrian Wojnarowski, Miami offered Mike Miller as part of a package to obtain the big man, but as of now, the Mavs aren't budging.
3:40: While as many as five different teams have been pursuing Gerald Wallace, it appears that the Bobcats forward will be heading to Portland, according to Dwight James.
3:20: According to the Washington Post, both the Lakers and Hawks are interested in acquiring Kirk Hinrich prior to the deadline.
The Wizards, though, wish to keep him for the sake of further mentoring John Wall.
2:45: Steve Nash may have long been rumored to be on the way out as Phoenix begins its rebuilding process, but according to the Arizona Republic, there's a zero percent chance that that will happen.
2:26: According to SI's Chris Mannix, the Blazers have been pushing Greg Oden in trade talks, an idea also supported by Chad Ford.
2:25: Gerard Wallace is a name that is continually being floated around as the deadline nears.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski, the Blazers are closing in on a deal for the Bobcats small forward, while Chad Ford has noted that the Cavs are interested.
2:20: The Jazz may not be done, as many teams are apparently calling about Paul Milsap, and Andrei Kirilenko, Ronnie Price and Earl Watson are all on expiring deals, per Chad Ford.
2:15: Brian Smith of the Salt Lake City Tribune tweeted that Deron Williams is not happy with being traded to the Nets.
Clearly, Jay-Z and Mikhail Prokhorov will give him their best pitch over the next season and a half, but if he doesn't sign an extension, where will he go?
In the superteam era, it would make sense for Williams and Dwight Howard, also a 2012 free agent, to take their talents to Staples, says ESPN.
1:30 p.m.: The Hornets and Kings are reportedly working on a deal that would send power forward Carl Landry to the Hornets for Marcus Thornton and David Andersen, according to ESPN.
Landry, who came over to Sacramento as part of the Kevin Martin, Tracy McGrady deal last season, has averaged 12 points and 5 rebounds in 26 minutes per game with a 15 PER, the lowest numbers of his career.
12:59 p.m.: The Knicks want a center.
According to ESPN.com, New York GM Donnie Walsh is working the phones to acquire a big man. Walsh isn't optimisitc about finding the right fit, but some possibilities could include Etan Thomas (Hawks), Joel Przybilla (Trail Blazers) or Andris Biedrins (Warriors).
11:03 a.m.: How's this for trade action?
Mikhail Prokorov didn't want to wait long to make a move in the wake of Carmelo Anthony's trade, reportedly acquiring Deron Williams from Utah in a three-team deal. The Nets will give up Devin Harris, Derrick Favors and a pair of first-rounders. Golden State was just along for the ride, acquiring Troy Murphy.
Yahoo's Adrian Wojnaroski broke the news via Twitter.
9:51 a.m.: The Nets' Troy Murphy could be on the move.
According to Sports Illustrated's Chris Mannix, he could soon be a member of the Boston Celtics.
"Boston and Miami are the front-runners to sign soon-to-be free agent Troy Murphy, league sources tell SI," Mannix reported via Twitter on Wednesday morning.
Would Murphy be a good fit on the C's bench?
9:45 a.m.: Bleacher Report is reporting that the Memphis Grizzlies' Zach Randolph could be "a very intriguing prospect for many teams."
However, now that the Nuggest unloaded, the Griz could make a push for a late seed this year and hang on to the All-Star power forward.
According to Chad Ford of ESPN.com, the Magic may make a push for him in exchange for Brandon Bass and Jason Richardson.