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57 Transactions

February 1, 2014

The San Antonio Spurs signed Shannon Brown to a 10-day contract.

The Indiana Pacers signed Andrew Bynum to a contract for the rest of the season.

The Atlanta Hawks signed Cartier Martin to a 10-day contract.

The San Antonio Spurs waived Othyus Jeffers.

February 1, 2012

The New Jersey Nets signed Keith Bogans as a free agent.

The New Jersey Nets waived Larry Owens.

February 1, 2011

The New Jersey Nets signed Orien Greene to a 10-day contract.

February 1, 2008

The Los Angeles Lakers traded Kwame Brown, Javaris Crittenton, Marc Gasol, Aaron McKie, a 2008 1st round draft pick (Donte Greene was later selected) and a 2010 1st round draft pick (Greivis Vasquez was later selected) to the Memphis Grizzlies for Pau Gasol and a 2010 2nd round draft pick (Devin Ebanks was later selected).

February 1, 2007

The Miami Heat signed Eddie Jones to a contract for the rest of the season.

The Miami Heat waived Robert Hite.

February 1, 2006

The Philadelphia 76ers signed Zendon Hamilton to a 10-day contract.

February 1, 2005

The New Jersey Nets signed Donnell Harvey to the first of two 10-day contracts.

The Cleveland Cavaliers signed Jerome Moiso as a free agent.

February 1, 2000

The Orlando Magic traded Tariq Abdul-Wahad, Chris Gatling and a future 1st round draft pick to the Denver Nuggets for Chauncey Billups, Ron Mercer and Johnny Taylor. Denver accepted Omar Cook from Orlando on June 26, 2001 in lieu of the future 1st round draft pick.

February 1, 1999

The Atlanta Hawks signed Grant Long as a free agent.

The Sacramento Kings signed Oliver Miller as a free agent.

The New York Knicks signed David Wingate as a free agent.

The Chicago Bulls waived Roy Rogers.

February 1, 1997

The Miami Heat signed Mark Strickland to a contract for the rest of the season.

The Toronto Raptors signed Clifford Rozier to a contract for the rest of the season.

February 1, 1996

The Dallas Mavericks signed David Wood to the first of two 10-day contracts.

February 1, 1995

The Denver Nuggets waived Darnell Mee.

February 1, 1994

The Los Angeles Clippers waived Mark Aguirre.

The Utah Jazz signed Chad Gallagher to a 10-day contract.

February 1, 1993

The Milwaukee Bucks signed Dan O'Sullivan to the first of two 10-day contracts.

The Boston Celtics signed Lorenzo Williams to a contract for the rest of the season.

February 1, 1988

The Boston Celtics waived Greg Kite.

February 1, 1986

The San Antonio Spurs signed Ennis Whatley to a 10-day contract.

February 1, 1984

The Phoenix Suns waived Johnny High.

The Philadelphia 76ers signed Bruce Kuczenski as a free agent.

February 1, 1980

The Indiana Pacers traded Alex English and a 1980 1st round draft pick (Carl Nicks was later selected) to the Denver Nuggets for George McGinnis.

February 1, 1978

The Boston Celtics signed Ernie DiGregorio as a free agent.

The Boston Celtics traded Fred Saunders to the New Orleans Jazz for a 1978 2nd round draft pick (Jeff Judkins was later selected).

The Detroit Pistons traded Ralph Simpson to the Denver Nuggets for Jim Price and a 1979 1st round draft pick (Phil Hubbard was later selected).

February 1, 1977

The Houston Rockets signed Goo Kennedy as a free agent.

The Buffalo Braves sold Claude Terry to the Atlanta Hawks.

The New York Nets traded John Williamson to the Indiana Pacers for Darnell Hillman and a 1977 1st round draft pick (Bernard King was later selected).

February 1, 1976

The Buffalo Braves traded Gar Heard and a 1976 2nd round draft pick (Al Fleming was later selected) to the Phoenix Suns for John Shumate.

February 1, 1975

The New Orleans Jazz signed Bernie Fryer as a free agent.

The New Orleans Jazz traded Rick Adelman and Ollie Johnson to the Kansas City-Omaha Kings for Nate Williams.

The New Orleans Jazz traded Jim Barnett and Neal Walk to the New York Knicks for Henry Bibby and a 1975 1st round draft pick (Bill Robinzine was later selected).

The Kansas City-Omaha Kings traded Ken Durrett to the Philadelphia 76ers for future considerations.

February 1, 1974

The Buffalo Braves traded Kevin Kunnert and Dave Wohl to the Houston Rockets for Matt Guokas and Jack Marin.

February 1, 1973

The New York Knicks signed Harthorne Wingo as a free agent.

The Houston Rockets signed George Johnson as a free agent.

The Atlanta Hawks traded Don May to the Philadelphia 76ers for Dale Schlueter. Schlueter was sent to Atlanta to complete the trade on April 18, 1973.

February 1, 1972

The Portland Trail Blazers waived Willie McCarter.

February 1, 1971

The Milwaukee Bucks traded Gary Freeman and a 1971 2nd round draft pick (Willie Long was later selected) to the Cleveland Cavaliers for McCoy McLemore.

February 1, 1970

The Detroit Pistons traded Walt Bellamy to the Atlanta Hawks for John Arthurs.

The Detroit Pistons traded Eddie Miles and a 1970 4th round draft pick (Bill Stricker was later selected) to the Baltimore Bullets for Bob Quick and a 1970 2nd round draft pick (Ken Warzynski was later selected).

February 1, 1969

The Cincinnati Royals traded John Tresvant to the Seattle SuperSonics for Al Tucker.

February 1, 1968

The Cincinnati Royals traded Jim Fox and Happy Hairston to the Detroit Pistons for John Tresvant and Tom Van Arsdale.

The San Diego Rockets signed Bud Acton as a free agent.

February 1, 1966

The Los Angeles Lakers signed Tom Hoover as a free agent.

February 1, 1963

The San Francisco Warriors signed Fred LaCour as a free agent.

February 1, 1960

The Minneapolis Lakers traded Larry Foust to the St. Louis Hawks for Nick Mantis, Chuck Share and Willie Merriweather.

February 1, 1950

The Boston Celtics sold Dermie O'Connell to the St. Louis Bombers.