The latest NBA 2K15 Roster Update includes all of the moves from the NBA trade deadline. One of the most notable being NBA great Kevin Garnett going back to to the Timberwolves.  All of the trades listed below courtesy of Pastapadre.

Miami: Goran Dragic (83 Overall Rating in NBA 2K15), Zoran Dragic (70 Overall)
Phoenix: Danny Granger (73 Overall), John Salmons (Not on Suns in NBA 2K15 roster), two 1st round picks
New Orleans: Norris Cole (74 Overall), Justin Hamilton (69 Overall), Shawne Williams (Not on Pelicans in NBA 2K15 roster)

Phoenix: Brandon Knight (84 Overall), Kendall Marshall (Not on Suns in NBA 2K15 roster)
Milwaukee: Michael Carter-Williams (77 Overall), Miles Plumlee (74 Overall), Tyler Ennis (71 Overall)
Philadelphia: Draft picks

Boston: Isaiah Thomas (83 Overall), Jonas Jerebko (76 Overall), Luigi Datome (67 Overall)
Phoenix: Marcus Thornton (76 Overall), 2016 1st round pick
Detroit: Tayshaun Prince (75 Overall)

Detroit: Reggie Jackson (79 Overall)
Oklahoma City: Enes Kanter (78 Overall), Steve Novak (73 Overall), D.J. Augustin (77 Overall), Kyle Singler (75 Overall)
Utah: Kendrick Perkins (74 Overall), Grant Jerrett (67 Overall)

Minnesota: Kevin Garnett (77 Overall)
Brooklyn: Thaddeus Young (75 Overall)

Portland: Arron Afflalo (78 Overall), Alonzo Gee (70 Overall)
Denver: Thomas Robinson (Not on Nuggets in NBA 2K15 roster), Will Barton (69 Overall), Victor Claver (67 Overall), 2016 1st round pick

Houston: Pablo Prigioni (72 Overall)
New York: Alexey Shved (71 Overall), two 2nd round picks

Houston: K.J. McDaniels (73 Overall)
Philadelphia: Isaiah Canaan (73 Overall), 2nd round pick

Sacramento: Andre Miller (76 Overall)
Washington: Ramon Sessions (73 Overall)
Philadelphia: JaVale McGee (75 Overall), 1st round pick

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Curtis Knight
A fan of sports game since his first EA sports title Madden 93. "The Natural" has been an active member of the Sports Gaming community since joining the MWS in 2003. Having participated and won in the Madden challenge and countless other tournaments earlier in his career he has moved on to more of a sim style over the years. He is always looking to do what he can to push simulation style gaming forward.