As the NBA trade deadline fast approaches, it looks like the Washington Wizards will not have a surprise move up their sleeve. The Wizards are not involved in any additional NBA trade rumors, and are done making moves, according to Michael Lee of the Washington Post:
Barring something miraculous, the #wizards are done dealing. The team you see is the team you get for the final 26 games.
The Wizards did make one fairly significant trade, sending Kirk Hinrich and Hilton Armstrong to the Atlanta Hawks for Mike Bibby, Jordan Crawford, Maurice Evans and the Hawks' 2011 first-round pick. However, it appears that other tradable pieces, such as Andray Blatche, Josh Howard and others, will remain with the team after the trade deadline passes.
Owner Ted Leonsis commented on the Hinrich trade on his blog earlier Thursday, saying it followed the team's rebuilding plan and was a strong accumulation of assets.