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NBA Trade Deadline Comes And Goes With No Marquee Moves
Published February 21, 2013
NBA TV’s Jeff Caplan noted he talked with Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban prior to last night’s game against the Magic, and Cuban said that talk around the league regarding making trades before the deadline was “about as low as he’s heard it in, really since his ownership, 13 years now.” Caplan said of the lack of trades, “A lot of that is because of the CBA and the ramifications that really start taking effect next season” (“NBA GameTime,” NBA TV, 2/20).