There have been many exciting trades during this year’s NBA offseason, some of which will definitely make an interesting 2017-2018 season and give the NBA a new look.

On June 28, Chris Paul was traded from the LA Clippers to the Houston Rockets for players Patrick Beverley, Sam Dekker, Montrezl Harrell, Lou Williams, Darrun Hillard, Deandre Liggins and Kyle Wiltjer. Now the Rockers have the Chris Paul-James Harden duo, which will give them the chance to be a top team and successful in the West. One of the biggest trades this summer was on August 22 when Kyrie Irving was traded to the Boston Celtics for the 2018 first-round pick, Isaiah Thomas, Jae Crowder and Ante Zizic.

This trade was so monumental because of the division of Irving and LeBron James after many successful years on the Cavaliers together. With the Celtics and Cavaliers scheduled to play each other for their season openers, it will be interesting to see the results.

The most recent trade on September 23 was Carmelo Anthony being traded from the New York Knicks to the Oklahoma Thunder for Enes Kanter, Doug McDermott and the 2018 draft second round pick. With Anthony, the Thunder also has Paul George and Russel Westbrook, a combination which will certainly make them a team to watch.

List of Traded NBA Players in 2017

Player Traded From Traded To
DeAndre Liggins Dallas Mavericks Houston Rockets
Darrun Hilliard Detroit Pistons Houston Rockets
Tim Quarterman Portland Trail Blazers Houston Rockets
Ryan Kelly Atlanta Hawks Houston Rockets
Shawn Long Philadelphia 76ers Houston Rockets
Chris Paul LA Clippers Houston Rockets
Ricky Rubio Minnesota Timberwolves Utah Jazz
Paul George Indiana Pacers Oklahoma City Thunder
Danilo Gallinari Denver Nuggets LA Clippers
Josh McRoberts Miami Heat Dallas Mavericks
DeMarre Carroll Toronto Raptors Brooklyn Nets
Cory Joseph Toronto Raptors Indiana Pacers
Allen Crabbe Portland Trail Blazers Brooklyn Nets
Kyrie Irving Cleveland Cavaliers Boston Celtics
Carmelo Anthony New York Knicks Oklahoma City Thunder

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