There were plenty of huge deals at the NBA trade deadline. Here's a recap of what happened...
CAVS GET JAMISON
The Cavaliers acquired Wizards forward Antawn Jamison in a six-player, three-team trade on Wednesday.
Washington will receive Cleveland center Zydrunas Ilgauskas, a first-round draft pick and the draft rights to Emil Preldzic. The Wizards also will get Brian Skinner and Al Thornton from the Los Angeles Clippers.
In addition to Jamison, the Cavs will get point guard Sebastian Telfair from L.A., while Wizards will send Drew Gooden to the Clippers.
T-MAC TO KNICKS, KEVIN MARTIN TO ROCKETS
The Knicks acquired Tracy McGrady in a three-way trade with the Rockets and Kings.
The Knicks also received guard Sergio Rodriguez.
The Rockets get Kevin Martin and forward Hilton Armstrong from Sacramento, and Jordan Hill, Jared Jeffries and draft considerations in 2011 and 2012 from New York.
The Kings acquired New York guard Larry Hughes and Houston forwards Carl Landry and Joey Dorsey.
MAVS GET CARON BUTLER FROM WASHINGTON
The Mavericks acquired Caron Butler and Brendan Haywood from Washington on Saturday, a seven-player deal that strengthens Dallas for a playoff run and signals the breakup of a disappointing Wizards team.
Dallas also got guard DeShawn Stevenson and cash. The Mavericks dealt forwards Josh Howard and Drew Gooden, and two other players to the Wizards. Gooden was then traded to the Clippers in exchange for forward Al Thornton.
BLAZERS ADD VETERAN CAMBY TO FRONTCOURT
The Clippers traded veteran forward Marcus Camby to the Portland Trail Blazers for guard Steve Blake, forward Travis Outlaw and $1.5 million in cash.
KRYPTO-NATE HEADED TO BOSTON
The Celtics have acquired Nate Robinson and rookie Marcus Landry from New York in exchange for Eddie House, J.R. Giddens and Bill Walker, league sources told SI.com.
BOBCATS GET TYRUS THOMAS
The Bobcats have acquired Bulls forward Tyrus Thomas for Acie Law, Flip Murray and a first-round draft pick, sources told SI.com.
The Bobcats have been seeking a power forward for the last several days as their frontcourt has been ravaged by injuries.
BUCKS GET SALMONS FROM BULLS
The Bucks acquired guard John Salmons from Chicago on Thursday and sent the expiring contracts of forwards Hakim Warrick and Joe Alexander to the Bulls, who are looking to make a move in free agency this offseason.
Salmons is scheduled to make $5.8 million next season if he doesn't opt out of his contract.
The Bucks also obtained the Bulls' second-round picks in 2011 and 2012, along with the option to switch first-round picks in the 2010 draft -- provided that Chicago's pick isn't in the top 10.
JAZZ TRADE STARTING GUARD BREWER TO MEMPHIS
The Memphis Grizzlies have acquired Ronnie Brewer from the Utah Jazz for a protected first round pick, according to two league sources.
DARKO SHIPPED TO T-WOLVES
The Knicks traded Darko Milicic on Wednesday to the Timberwolves, perhaps the former No. 2 overall pick's final stop before he returns to Europe. The Timberwolves sent Brian Cardinal to New York and received cash considerations along with Milicic, who was unhappy with the Knicks and would have been waived had they not found a deal for him.
SIXERS ACQUIRE ROOKIE MEEKS
The Bucks have agreed to send Jodie Meeks and Francisco Elson to Philadelphia for Primoz Brezec and Royal Ivey, a high-ranking league source told SI.com.
WIZARDS TRADE McGUIRE TO KINGS
The Washington Wizards traded Dominic McGuire to Sacramento for a future second-round pick and cash considerations, an NBA source told SI.com.