There was no eye-catching activity on NBA trade deadline day, just minor deals Thursday to the disappointment of those hoping for a frenzy.

Josh Smith stayed put and the Boston Celtics' core stayed together, leaving J.J. Redick, dealt to Milwaukee, as the biggest name to be traded.

There were nine moves, nothing approaching a blockbuster and none to jump-start the Lakers.

"I don't think I've seen fewer trade deadline deals, ever," said Houston general manager Daryl Morey, who completed two trades Wednesday. "But I think it's a one-year blip."

The Atlanta Hawks held onto Smith, and Utah kept both Paul Millsap and Al Jefferson on a day when much attention was focused on both situations, since those players have value and could leave their teams this summer as free agents.

Dwight Howard remained in Los Angeles, just what Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak repeatedly said would happen.

The Orlando Magic dealt Redick along with center Gustavo Ayon and reserve point guard Ish Smith to the Bucks in exchange for guards Doron Lamb and Beno Udrih, and forward Tobias Harris.

Spurs 116, Clippers 90: Tony Parker scored 31 points and visiting San Antonio led all the way in beating Los Angeles for the Spurs' fifth straight victory and first over the Clippers in three games this season.

The Spurs improved to an NBA-best 22-10 on the road, where they've also won five in a row.

Heat 86, Bulls 67: LeBron James scored 26 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, and visiting Miami beat Chicago, the Heat's season-high ninth straight win.

The Bulls have lost five of seven.