NBA Trade Deadline Winners and Losers: Looking at the Losers

February 22nd, 2010 by Liam Callahan Leave a reply »
Phoenix Suns No moves


All the Suns needed to do was trade one player, and for all the noise we heard over the last three years, we were pretty sure that this year was the year. Amare may stay, but after being discussed in rumors for the last three deadlines, he's pretty good as gone this offseason.

The Suns will be left with only memories.

Boston Celtics

What they got: G Nate Robinson, F Marcus Landry

What they gave up: G Eddie House, G J.R. Giddens, F Bill Walker


Eddie House was a solid streak shooting veteran who knew his role with this team. Robinson does give them energy, a high scoring ability, and an ability to to fit in with the veteran mentality of this team.


Chicago Bulls What they got: G Acie Law, G Flip Murray, F Joe Alexander, F Hakim Warrick, first-round pick

What they gave up: F Tyrus Thomas, G John Salmons, two second-round picks


As with the Bucks, I was torn where to put the Bulls but since the admitted failure of the Tyrus Thomas project, so I decided to place the ...

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