NBA trade deadline: What we're hearing about all 30 teams

Woj: Thunder are open for business (1:04)

Adrian Wojnarowski breaks down the likelihood the Thunder will in fact make moves before the trade deadline involving Chris Paul and Steven Adams. (1:04)

Editor's note (Jan. 21): This piece has been updated with the latest intel.

The Utah Jazz kicked off NBA trade season when they strengthened their bench by acquiring Jordan Clarkson from the Cleveland Cavaliers. Since the move, the Jazz have gone 12-1 and jumped into the top four of the Western Conference.

What else should we expect between now and the 2020 NBA trade deadline on Feb. 6? A deeper than usual pool of contenders combined with a shallow free-agent class could make this deadline different than past ones under cap spikes and the Golden State Warriors' dynasty.

Here, we break down what to watch for all 30 teams: what kind of moves they can make, what we're hearing, front-office trade histories and trade restrictions to note.