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Transactions listed are from the 1946-47 through 2016-17 BAA/NBA
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February 11, 2015
The Dallas Mavericks signed Bernard James to a 10-day contract.
February 11, 2014
The Atlanta Hawks signed Cartier Martin to a 10-day contract.
February 11, 2005
The Toronto Raptors waived Alonzo Mourning.
February 11, 1998
The Atlanta Hawks signed Drew Barry to a contract for the rest of the season.
February 11, 1994
The Denver Nuggets released Roy Marble.
The Phoenix Suns signed Elliot Perry to a contract for the rest of the season.
February 11, 1993
The Los Angeles Clippers signed Alex Stivrins to a 10-day contract.
February 11, 1991
The Charlotte Hornets signed Scott Haffner to a contract for the rest of the season.
The Sacramento Kings signed Mike Higgins to the first of two 10-day contracts.
February 11, 1988
The Atlanta Hawks signed Ennis Whatley to the first of two 10-day contracts.
February 11, 1987
The Chicago Bulls traded Earl Cureton to the Los Angeles Clippers for a 1989 2nd round draft pick (Chucky Brown was later selected).
February 11, 1986
The Seattle SuperSonics signed David Pope to a contract for the rest of the season.
The San Antonio Spurs signed Jeff Lamp to a 10-day contract.
The San Antonio Spurs signed Ray Williams as a free agent.
February 11, 1984
The Philadelphia 76ers waived Bruce Kuczenski.
February 11, 1982
The Milwaukee Bucks waived Mike Evans.
February 11, 1980
The Philadelphia 76ers waived Al Skinner.
February 11, 1977
The Portland Trail Blazers signed Clyde Mayes as a free agent.
February 11, 1976
The Phoenix Suns waived Fred Saunders.
February 11, 1975
The Utah Stars fired Bucky Buckwalter as Head Coach.
The Utah Stars hired Tom Nissalke as Head Coach.
February 11, 1952
The Fort Wayne Pistons traded Art Burris and cash to the Milwaukee Hawks for Dike Eddleman.
February 11, 1949
The St. Louis Bombers released Don Martin.
The Baltimore Bullets signed Don Martin as a free agent.
The New York Knicks traded Sid Tanenbaum to the Baltimore Bullets for Connie Simmons. Simmons was sent as the player to be named later in July 1949.