NBA Trade Rumors Live Blog: New Orleans Close to Sending Marcus Thornton, Cash to Sacramento for Carl Landry


NBA Trade Rumors Live Blog: New Orleans Close to Sending Marcus Thornton, Cash to Sacramento for Carl Landry

1:15 a.m.: As we sign off for the evening, we're left with one final potential move that could finalize in the next few hours.

According to Yahoo's Marc Spears, New Orleans and Sacramento are close to agreeing on a deal that would send Marcus Thornton and cash to the Kings for Carl Landry.

10:30 p.m.: Chad Ford of TrueHoop has reported that a source in Memphis has heard rumblings of a Zach Randolph move to Orlando.

Randolph's name hasn't been thrown around much during trade talks, but the source is reporting a potential swap for Orlando duo Brandon Bass and Jason Richardson.

10:15 p.m.: The Devin Harris-sweepstakes continues. According to ESPN's Marc Stein, Dallas and Portland are the primary suitors for the Nets' point guard.

According to Nets reporter Al Iannazzone, however, it's more likely that he will be heading back to the Mavericks.

7:40 p.m.: Nene is a popular name being thrown around at the trade deadline. According to SI's Chris Mannix, Oklahoma City is seeking a center, and Nene and Hasheem Thabeet are two names that the Thunder have their eye on.

7:24 p.m.: As Doc Rivers announced on Monday, the Celtics are actively looking for players on the market, and they were reportedly interested in Minnesota forward Corey Brewer, ESPN's Chris Broussard reports. This of course was before he was included in the Carmelo Anthony deal.

5:04 p.m.: The Nuggets are still looking to make moves. After completing the Carmelo Anthony blockbuster, Al Harrington and Nene could be next on the trading block,'s David Aldridge reports.

The Rockets are a possibility for Nene.

The Mavericks wanted Harrington last summer before he signed a five-year, $33 million deal with Denver. Could Mark Cuban take another look?

4:28 p.m.: Danilo Gallinari may not yet be done moving.

According to ESPN's Chris Broussard, the Clippers are willing to offer a first-round pick for the Italian forward, who was just sent from New York to Denver in the Carmelo Anthony megadeal.

2:24 p.m.: Devin Harris is all but forgotten while wasting away in New Jersey, but he figures to be a hot commodity over the next couple of days.

Several reports have linked Harris with various teams, including the Hawks and Mavericks.

1:28 p.m.: Taysahun Prince is confident that he won't be traded.

Matt Dery of 97.1 The Ticket in Detroit shared the following exchange with Prince via Twitter:

Prince: "I'm not going anywhere."

Question: "So you are not being traded?"

Prince: "No."

Question: "How do you know?"

Prince: "Cuz I know."

And now we know.

12 p.m.: The big piece has finally been moved, and the rest of the NBA can get back to work with regard to wheeling and dealing before Thursday's deadline.

With a whole lot going on around the league, we'll do our best to track it all down and post it here in one place.

So far on Tuesday morning, there's the obvious Carmelo Anthony trade, which has set off a ripple effect throughout the league.

Recently shipped trade parts like Timofey Mozgov and Raymond Felton could be on the move again, as Yahoo's Adrian Wojnaroski reported the Nuggets, Mavericks and Nets are discussing a three-team deal. Devin Harris would go to Dallas, while Feltono and Mozgov would go to New Jersey, according to the report.

Elsewhere, Bryan Colangelo is offering up a first-round pick if any team is interested.

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