NBA Trade Deadline: All The Latest News & Rumors In One Spot

We're just hours away from the NBA Trade Deadline at 3:00 pm ET today, and like normal, there are a flurry of trades of rumors coming down to the wire. Here are all the biggest trade rumors and done deals that you need to know:

No movement in potential Dwight Howard deal

According to The Vertical's Adrian Wojnarowski, Houston has not found a workable match in trade talks surrounding Dwight Howard with the minutes ticking down until the deadline:

Knicks making final push for Ricky Rubio

New York hasn't been shy about their desire to upgrade their point guard position, and their main target has been Minnesota's Ricky Rubio. They're working to get a deal done before the deadline, but the Timberwolves don't seem to like what the Knicks can offer, reports ESPNNewYork's Ian Begley.

Jeff Teague won't be traded

The Atlanta Hawks have been surprisingly shopping starting point guard Jeff Teague for the past few weeks, drawing interest from several teams, but Wojnarowski is reporting that the Hawks have officially taken him off the trade block.

Thaddeus Young on the move?

Several teams have called the Brooklyn Nets about forward Thaddeus Young, who the team has placed on the trade block. The Toronto Raptors are the team that has expressed the most interest in Young, but the Boston Celtics are also working to get a deal done to land him.

Thunder acquire Nuggets PG Randy Foye

The Oklahoma City Thunder has been pursuing a trade for point guard Randy Foye for the past few days, and have finally reached a deal to acquire the veteran, according to CBS Sports' Ken Berger:

The Thunder have been looking to upgrade their backup point guard position with another reliable veteran since they have not been satisfied with D.J. Augustin's production this season. He is shooting just 38 percent from the floor, and is averaging a turnover per game.

Foye is expected to see an increased role down the stretch for the Thunder as they want to rely less on rookie Cameron Payne, while also serving as a two-way threat they can play alongside Russell Westbrook.

Cavs acquire Channing Frye in three-team trade with Magic, Blazers

The Cleveland Cavaliers have been one of the more active teams in the league surrounding the trade deadline, hoping to unload someone from their crowded big man rotation while adding more shooting. The Cavs have done just that, acquiring stretch four Channing Frye from the Orlando Magic while sending center Anderson Varejao to the Portland Trail Blazers in the three-team trade, according to USA Today's Sam Amick.

Portland receives a conditional first-round pick from the Cavs as well as Varajeo, who they are expected to waive once the deal is finalized.

Orlando also receives a second-round pick from the Cavs in the deal, along with a player to be named later that will come from the Blazers.

Rockets trade Donatas Motiejunas, Marcus Thornton to Pistons

The Houston Rockets and Detroit Pistons came to an accord with just hours to go until Thursday's NBA Trade Deadline, with Houston sending Donatas Motiejunas and Marcus Thornton to Detroit. Via Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical:

In return, the Rockets will receive big man Joel Anthony and a protected first-round pick in the 2016 NBA Draft:

Motiejunas has been dealing with injury issues, but will provide Detroit with a valuable rotation stretch-four. Thornton is an effective offensive force when able to slash towards the rim with regularity. As for Joel Anthony, he may be a quick waiver casualty for Houston. If not, he'll serve as an end-of-the-rotation big if Dwight Howard is not traded.

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