The Bucks, Pistons, Kings and Clippers have engaged in a four-team blockbuster trade before the 2022 trade deadline. This is the second time at the trade deadline that the Sacramento Kings have traded players. Arguably the biggest part of the trade was Serge Ibaka joining the defending champion Milwaukee Bucks.
Adrian Wojnarowski reported the trade via Twitter on Thursday.
The Bucks are acquiring the Clippers' Serge Ibaka in the deal, sources tell ESPN. https://t.co/8Xjx3YpYJ4
— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) February 10, 2022
Here are the specific details of the massive trade; The Bucks get Serge Ibaka and send Semi Ojele and Rodney Hood to the Clippers. The Kings receive Donte DiVincenzo from the Bucks, and Josh Jackson and Trey Lyles from the Pistons. Detroit also gets Marvin Bagley, Jr.
Milwaukee also receives two future second round picks (apparently from the Pistons) and a yet-unannounced amount of cash in the trade. This trade will likely change both starting and bench lineups for every team involved.
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