According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the Boston Celtics, San Antonio Spurs and Denver Nuggets have made a three-team trade.
The story on ESPN from Wojnarowski can be read here, and details of the trade can be seen in his tweets embedded below.
The summary of the trade:
- The Nuggets acquired Bryn Forbes
- The Celtics acquired Bol Bol and PJ Dozier
- The Spurs acquired Jauncho Hernangómez and a second-round pick
This season, the Celtics have underperformed and are 23-23 in 46 games, and the ninth seed in the Eastern Conference.
Meanwhile, the Spurs are in a complete rebuilding mode, and are currently 17-28 in 44 games, and the 12th seed in the Western Conference.
As for the Nuggets, they are 23-20 in 43 games, and the sixth seed in the west.
They have also underperformed due to injuries.
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