Cleveland Cavaliers complete three way trade with Kings and Rockets

Cleveland Cavaliers complete three way trade with Kings and Rockets

Cleveland will send Nik Stauskas and Wade Baldwin to the Rockets in the three-way deal. Gerald Green matched his season high with 25 points, and Eric Gordon scored 20 points.

The Rockets acquired Iman Shumpert in a three-team trade with the Sacramento Kings and Cleveland Cavaliers on Wednesday.

Houston acquired Knight, along with Chriss, in an offseason trade for Ryan Anderson.

The Cavs acquired Alec Burks from the Utah Jazz in the Kyle Korver trade, but pretty much everyone in league circles knew the guard wasn't going to stay in Cleveland for that long. Sacramento also picked up a 2020 second-round draft pick from Houston.

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The NBA trade deadline came and went and for the Rockets, but general manager Daryl Morey did make a couple of moves. Knight and Chriss will likely compete for playing time.

James Harden extended his red-hot scoring streak as the Houston Rockets overwhelmed the Sacramento Kings on the road in the National Basketball Association on Wednesday, February 6 (Thursday, February 7, Manila time).

Shams Charania of The Athletic was first with the news. Shumpert is a free agent after this season, so they procure a pick rather than risk him walk away for nothing.

Shumpert is averaging 8.9 points per game this season while shooting 38.2 percent from the field and 36.6 percent from the 3-point line. Knight appeared in 12 games off the bench for the Rockets, averaging only 3.0 points, while Chriss averaged 1.8 points in 16 games during his first season in Houston after two years with the Phoenix Suns. Shumpert is also a fashion guy - another reason why he should fit well with Chris Paul and James Harden.

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