DETROIT – The Detroit Pistons have reportedly traded guard Josh Jackson, forward Trey Lyles and draft picks for center Marvin Bagley III as part of a four-team deal on NBA Trade Deadline day.
The Milwaukee Bucks, Los Angeles Clippers and Sacramento Kings are the other three teams involved in the reported deal, which was reported by Stadium’s Shams Charania and ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.
Bagley is in his fourth NBA season and is averaging 9.3 points and 7.2 rebounds per game with the Kings.
Here’s what has been reported about the deal so far:
- Receiving Marvin Bagley III from Kings.
- Trading Josh Jackson and Trey Lyles to Kings.
- Trading two future second-round picks to the Bucks.
- Receiving Josh Jackson and Trey Lyles from the Pistons.
- Receiving Donte DiVencenzo from the Bucks.
- Trading Marvin Bagley III to the Pistons.
- Receiving Serge Ibaka from the Clippers.
- Receiving two future second-round picks from the Pistons.
- Trading Donte DiVencenzo to the Kings.
- Trading Semi Ojele and Rodney Hood to the Clippers.
- Receiving Semi Ojele and Rodney Hood from the Bucks.
- Trading Serge Ibaka to the Bucks.
James Edwards III, of The Athletic, reports that the two second-round picks heading from Detroit to Milwaukee are the lower of next year’s (either Cleveland’s or Golden State’s) and Sacramento’s.