The NBA Trade Deadline has come and gone, and, well, it was surely a quiet one for the most part. In fact, the biggest deal may have come as the Brooklyn Nets traded Jason Terry and Reggie Evans to the Sacramento Kings for Marcus Thornton.
Yup, that was possibly the biggest deal at the deadline, depending on who you ask.
What didn't happen, however, was a trade between the Nets and Los Angeles Lakers that would send Jordan Hill to Brooklyn for what would have amounted to a salary dump, where the Nets were reported to have used their Disabled Player Exception. The Lakers, though, late in the game wanted a second round draft pick and the Nets weren't willing to offer up a pick for Hill.
Here's the bottom line for the Nets..
What's next? Don't be surprised if the Nets start scouring the waiver wire for players who've been dropped as part of the deadline fallout. Another possibility: the Nets could bring up some of the Armor prospects for look-sees, including Darius Johnson-Odom, Adonis Thomas and Devin Ebanks.
...Or they could surprise us.
For now, vote in our poll below and let us know how you think the Nets did at the trade deadline, and make sure to consider the circumstances.