Revised Trade Grades: Who Fared Best at the NBA Trade Deadline?

June 5th, 2010 by Patrick Harrel Leave a reply »
Typically, the trade deadline is a lot of talk and not a lot of dealing. Every year, blockbuster trades are reported as close, but rarely do big trades ever occur. Fortunately enough for NBA writers, this was the year that finally lived up to the hype. Tracy McGrady finally was granted his wish in a trade to New York, Kevin Martin found a new home in Houston, and Caron Butler and Brendan Haywood came to Dallas in a blockbuster trade. If Amare Stoudemire had been traded to Houston as was rumored, the trading season would go down as arguably the biggest ever. But still, it was a time that could define the league for the next five years. Houston found its wing scorer they had needed ever since McGrady's demise, Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York all cleared cap room for the fabled 2010 free agency, Washington held a fire sale, and the Wolves...well, they got Darko. So who came out on top? You'll have to read to find out.Begin Slideshow


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