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NBA trade rumors: Latest news, buzz as deadline approaches

The deadline is less than a week away.
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All-Star weekend is here, and the 2017 NBA trade deadline is less than a week away.

Teams have until Thursday at 3 p.m. ET to get deals done. The moves have already begun in earnest, with Serge Ibaka headed to Toronto from Orlando and Mason Plumlee joining Denver from Portland. Jahlil Okafor and a number of other big names are believed to be on the block. Stay tuned.

Check back for updates as the trade deadline approaches.

• The Pistons and Magic have discussed a deal that would involve Reggie Jackson going to Orlando for Jeff Green and D.J. Augustin. (Marc Stein, ESPN)

• Real Madrid’s teenage star Luka Doncic, a likely top selection in the 2018 draft has signed with agent Bill Duffy. (Marc Stein, ESPN)

• Paul Millsap is off the block, but the Hawks are “actively” looking to upgrade at the deadline. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

• Celtics GM Danny Ainge says the team is not looking for a short-term fix at the deadline. (

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• The Raptors aren’t planning to deal any of their young assets after moving to add Serge Ibaka. (Toronto Star)

• Derrick Williams will sign a minimum deal with the Cavaliers, continue his comeback, and then hope to raise his value on the market this off-season. (Cleveland Plain-Dealer)

• The Sixers remain very active regarding everyone except for Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons. (Steve Kyler, Basketball Insiders)

• The Lakers have been “active” according to GM Mitch Kupchak. (Los Angeles Times)

• In a radio interview with Sirius XM, Anthony Davis affirmed his desire to stay with the Pelicans long-term.

• Davis also said he will be involved in helping the Pelicans bring back free agent to-be Jrue Holiday. (ESPN)

• The Celtics and Bulls may rekindle talks about Jimmy Butler, but the Celtics are unwilling to deal the Nets’ 2017 first-round pick, which currently has the best odds to be No. 1 overall. (Chicago Tribune)

• The Nets continue to ask for two first-round picks for Brook Lopez. (ESPN)