The Nets are interested in possibly acquiring Celtics' Kevin Garnett (Nathaniel S. Butler/Getty Images)
Kevin Garnett will waive his no-trade clause in a part of the discussed Brooklyn Nets-Boston Celtics blockbuster trade involving Garnett and Paul Pierce, Yahoo! Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski reports. The Nets have agreed to pay Garnett all of the $12 million is he owed for the 2013-14 season.
The Celtics will send Garnett and Pierce along with guard Jason Terry to Brooklyn for Gerald Wallace, Kris Joseph, Kris Humphries and three future-first round picks (2014, '16, '18). The Nets will also send Reggie Evans to the Celtics in a sign-and-trade and an additional minimum-level player as a part of the deal.
The trade can't be made official by the NBA until July 10.
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