Looks like Reggie Jackson goes to Detroit. 3 team deal. Looks like Enes Kanter is headed to OKC. Wonder who the 3rd team is?
Singler goes to OKC.
Kanter's move to OKC is part of a three-team deal with the Pistons -- Kendrick Perkins goes to Utah, Reggie Jackson goes to Detroit, Kyle Singler goes to Oklahoma City, and more pieces could move as details emerge.
Marc Stein of ESPN.com is hearing that a three-team trade has been struck between the Milwaukee Bucks, Phoenix Suns and Philadelphia 76ers. Michael Carter-Williams and Tyler Ennis are headed to Milwaukee, Brandon Knight is going to Phoenix and Isaiah Thomas will be joining Sam Hinkie in Philadelphia.
Initial reaction: The Sixers did well, the Bucks' playoff hopes are going to be tested without Knight and the Suns still heart point guards.
Suns get two first round picks and Danny Granger in trade of Goran Dragic.
Isaiah Thomas has been sent to the Boston Celtics as part of a four-team deal.
Thomas could be looking at the starting point guard spot in Boston, and he's likely going to hurt the value of Marcus Smart. He'll be entering a crowded rotation in, with Evan Turner and Smart vying for minutes, but he should be able to sustain value in standard leagues as a member of the Celtics.
Another reunion is in the works, according to ESPN.com's Marc Stein. Tayshaun Prince looks like he will be rejoining the Detroit Pistons, who will be sending the Boston Celtics Gigi Datome and Jonas Jerebko.
Stan Van Gundy is working it in Detroit right now.
Other aspects of the Phoenix Suns' trade-deadline exploits are still coming down, but CBS Sports' Ken Berger confirms that the Philadelphia 76ers will be receiving the Los Angeles Lakers' top-five protected pick (via Phoenix).
Moving that pick says a lot about the Suns' thinking. They clearly believe the Lakers will keep that selection this season, and that they'll be too good to reap the benefits of the 2016 first-rounder it would become.