Have the flood gates opened? According to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, a bunch of role players are on the move in a four-team trade. The Milwaukee Bucks, Los Angeles Clippers, Sacramento Kings, and Detroit Pistons have all worked together to shuffle role players. Here’s what we know so far …
Bucks get: Serge Ibaka from Clippers
Kings get: Donte DiVincenzo from the Bucks, Josh Jackson and Trey Lyles from Detroit
Clippers get: Semi Ojele and Rodney Hood from the Bucks
Pistons get: Marvin Bagley from the Kings
Ope, and before I clicked publish, Woj put it all in one neat place for us:
Full trade participants:
Kings: Donte DiVincenzo, Trey Lyles and Josh Jackson.
Bucks: Serge Ibaka, two future second-round picks, cash.
Clippers: Rodney Hood, Semi Ojele.
Pistons: Marvin Bagley Jr.
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) February 10, 2022
We still could have some moving pieces, so we’ll update this post with new information/thoughts as it comes out. All I know right now is that I certainly don’t love the Bucks adding a veteran big man in Ibaka. Not only could it make life that much harder for an undersized Bulls team, but Ibaka felt like a possible decent fit to solve some of the Bulls frontcourt woes. Ugh. Stay tuned.