2020 NBA trade deadline: Full list of completed deals

The NBA trade deadline is Thursday.

Will teams make major or minor moves? Will contenders try to upgrade? Will rebuilding teams try to acquire younger players and assets?

What will Memphis do with Andre Iguodala? Will Detroit trade Andre Drummond? Can Oklahoma City move Chris Paul and his massive contract? Do the Thunder even want to trade him now that the playoffs are a real possibility? Will Philadelphia make a season-altering trade?

NBA teams have executed a couple trades this season, but more are expected as we get closer to the deadline.

Here are the completed deals leading up to the NBA's deadline:

Cauley-Stein heads to Dallas (Jan. 24)

► Mavericks get: Willie Cauley-Stein; Warriors get: 2020 second-round pick (via Utah)

Analysis: When the Mavericks lost Dwight Powell for the season Jan. 21 with a ruptured right Achilles tendon, they needed a replacement big man and they got one in Cauley-Stein. He averaged 7.9 points and 6.2 rebounds for Golden State, which saves about $5.6 million in luxury tax payments.

Portland forward Trevor Ariza (Photo: Troy Wayrynen, USA TODAY Sports)

Blazers acquire Ariza from Kings (Jan. 18)

► Blazers get: Trevor Ariza, Caleb Swanigan, Wenyen Gabriel; Kings get: Kent Bazemore, Anthony Tolliver and two second-round picks (2024, 2025)

► Analysis: Portland trims more than $12 million from its luxury tax bill, and Ariza might be able to help with the Blazers' perimeter defense. The Kings now have expiring contracts in Bazemore and Tolliver and an open roster spot for another potential move. 

Timberwolves trade Teague to Atlanta (Jan. 16)

► Hawks get: Jeff Teague, Treveon Graham; Timberwolves get: Allen Crabbe

► Analysis: In Teague, who started his career with Atlanta, the Hawks acquire a quality back-up and help for young point guard Trae Young. The Timberwolves hope Crabbe, who is in the final season of his contract, can help with outside shooting.

Cavaliers send Clarkson to Utah (Dec. 24)

Jazz get: Jordan Clarkson; Cavaliers get: Dante Exum, two second-round draft picks (2022, 2023)

► Analysis: The Jazz need a scoring boost off the bench, and they got that in Clarkson. The Cavaliers want draft picks and will see if they can get production from Exum, who has one more season left on his contract.

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