We recap all the moves and rumors that transpired as Thursday’s trade deadline has passed

The 3 p.m. ET deadline is behind us, which means there will be no more trades in the NBA this season. Any teams that are still hoping to improve their rosters before the playoffs will have to wait for the buyout market to begin, when veterans may hit the free agent market. 

In the biggest move of the day, the Warriors sent D’Angelo Russell to the Timberwolves in a deal involving Andrew Wiggins, per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Also happening before the deadline, the Grizzlies, Heat and Timberwolves reportedly reached a trade involving Andre Iguodala, Justise Winslow and Jae Crowder, while the Cavaliers came out of nowhere before the buzzer to acquire Andre Drummond from the Pistons, according to multiple reports. Furthermore, the Clippers, Knicks and Wizards swung a three-team trade of their own which will send Marcus Morris and Isaiah Thomas to Los Angeles

Here’s a recap of the major deals that went through. 

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While a number of big names were moved before the deadline, the Cavaliers continued to hold onto Kevin Love and our Brad Botkin explains why that is a mistake.

Andre Drummond doesn’t seem too pleased with the trade that sent him from the Pistons to the Cavaliers. He took to Twitter shortly after the deadline and lamented the lack of loyalty in the league.

The Warriors have announced the D’Angelo Russell trade with Minnesota. Andrew Wiggins will wear No. 22.

We’re getting to the part of the day where trade calls are being finalized and deals are being announced by teams

The Cavaliers are not going to buy out Tristan Thompson’s contract, according to the Athletic’s David Aldridge. Contenders seeking a potentially high-impact, low-price big man — Celtics, Rockets — will have to look elsewhere. Thompson will enter free agency this summer.

The Clippers do not intend on keeping Isaiah Thomas on their roster after acquiring him as part of the three-team trade that landed Los Angeles Marcus Morris, per David Aldridge of The Athletic.