Saturday, 15 Dec 2018

The Phoenix Suns trade veteran Jared Dudley for Darrell Arthur with Brooklyn Nets

The Brooklyn Nets continue to have an active presence on the NBA's offseason trading market after entrusting Darrell Arthur to the Jared Dudley with the Phoenix Suns and a protected draft pick.

ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski provided some details of the two-man team:

The Brooklyn Nets acquired Jared Dudley and a 2021 draft pick from 2021 in a deal with the Phoenix Suns on Friday, said league sources ESPN.

The Nets send the suns Darrell Arthur, whose $ 7.4 million contract According to US Bundesliga sources, the election campaign is defended from 2021 to 35th, it said from league sources.

The Suns will save $ 2.1 million on Dudley's $ 9.5 million for 2018. 19. Phoenix had negotiated a contract deal with Dudley, but the Nets need Dudley's shooting ability as a four-man position and could stay with them for the season.

In a separate trade, the Suns are also Richaun Holmes of The Philadelphia 76ers for cash considerations, reports Keith Pompey of and Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports. Per the Aldridge, the Sixers get $ 1 million in the deal.

Dudley, a career 39.6 percent 3-point shooter, said on Twitter After he woke up this morning, he learned something about the trade.

He told David Aldridge of Turner Sports that he plans to play for the Nets in the next season , Here's more of Aldridge ( via Twitter ):

Meanwhile @ JaredDudley619 traded this morning from Phoenix to Brooklyn, he tells me that he plans to play for the Nets. Says that the Nets need a track four and that he thinks he has to show that he can still contribute to a team.

The Nets had taken Arthur from the Nuggets as part of a July 13 deal that also brought Kenneth Faried, a protected 2019 first-round pick and a 2020-second pick. The same day, the Nets also sent guard Jeremy Lin to the Atlanta Hawks for the design rights to Isaia Cordinier and another 2020 second round.

Earlier in the summer, the Nets swapped the center Timofey Mozgov for the Charlotte Hornets for Dwight Howard. Mozgov was later traded to the Orlando Magic as part of a three-team deal, while Howard was waived by the Nets and signed by the Washington Wizards.

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