NBA Trade Rumor Roundup: Many Moves Were Discussed Over The Weekend

The NBA trade rumors were flowing fast and furious over the weekend, and with just 10 days left until the trade deadline, things will likely continue to heat up right through March 15. The big names discussed this weekend were primarily Dwight Howard and Rajon Rondo, but it sounds like quite a few teams have discussed making some sort of move to improve their team by picking up someone else's castoff.

Sports Illustrated's Sam Amick put together an excellent column highlighting quite a few moves, mostly revolving around the many options the Los Angeles Lakers are looking at in hopes of improving their roster. Aside from SI's Amick, however, quite a few of our team blogs also looked at potential deals that have been discussed around the internet.

As the headline suggests, below is your Monday morning trade rumor roundup!

Apart from those deals involving the bigger names currently finding themselves on the trading block, there are a couple of more minor players our team bloggers are talking about, too.

Be sure to check out professional basketball news from around the league over at SB Nation's NBA page.

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