The Sacramento Kings are joining in on an eventful National Basketball Association trade deadline day.
This season, Hood's averaging 16.8 points per game in 39 contests, all but 12 of those matchups coming in a reserve capacity.
In return, the Cavaliers are getting Rodney Hood and George Hill, according to Wojnarowski.
Crowder will join the Jazz as they move forward, but Rose will head back to the market and will look for the fifth team in his National Basketball Association career.
Hill's contract calls for $19 million guaranteed in the 2018-19 season, league sources said. Johnson will most be remembered by Jazz fans for hitting a buzzer-beater in game one of the National Basketball Association playoffs to beat the Los Angeles Clippers. One of the players leaving the Cavs in that mega trade was point guard Derrick Rose who was moved to the Jazz.More news: Uber and Waymo settle self-driving vehicle case for $244m in equity
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Instead of trade news, Walker learned Thursday that he will play in the NBA All-Star game for a second straight season.
Utah had put Hood on the block a couple of weeks ago and had no shortage of suitors.
The Cavs didn't just acquire some talented pieces in Hood and Hill, but they also sent away players that just weren't working for them. Shortly after trading Isaiah Thomas to the Lakers, the Cavs made their next move. Sports' Shams Charania reported that the Jazz will be releasing Rose, sending the point guard back into the market.
Andrew Harrison scored a season-best 23 points to lead Memphis, which has lost five straight games and seven of its last eight.
Walker has played a critical role for the Hornets on the road over the past two weeks.