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November 22, 2020 12:29 pm

Late Friday night, news broke that the Oklahoma City Thunder had agreed to trade center Steven Adams to the New Orleans Pelicans.

It’s a bit of a complex deal that also involves the Jrue Holiday trade from the Pelicans to the Milwaukee Bucks.

There is a massive exchange of players and draft picks involving two playoff teams trying to get closer to the NBA Finals, a competing team hoping to make the playoffs and one rebuilding trade stockpiling assets.

Here are the full details of the trade:

Thunder’s return

Players: George Hill, Darius Miller, Josh Gray, Zylan Cheatham, Kenrich Williams, according to The Athletic’s .

Picks: 2023 lottery-protected first-round pick via Denver Nuggets, 2023 second-round pick via Charlotte Hornets, 2024 second-round pick Washington Wizards, according to ESPN’s .

Pelican’s return

Players: Steven Adams and Eric Bledsoe

Picks: 2024, 2026 first-round pick swap from Bucks; 2025, 2027 unprotected first-round pick from Bucks, according to ESPN’s .

Bucks’ return

Player: Jrue Holiday

Pick: 2020 second-round pick (No. 60, Sam Merrill) (from Pelicans via Bucks)

Nuggets’ return

2020 first-round pick (No. 24, RJ Hampton) (from Milwaukee Bucks via Indiana Pacers)

Details on the Thunder

Let’s dig a little deeper into the Thunder’s return.

They found a spot for Adams, who is to be paid $27.5 million on the final year of his contract.

Hill makes $9.6 million this season and has a player option for $10 million next year. He can play a role at either guard position if the Thunder do not trade him.

Miller’s $7 million contract became guaranteed as part of the trade, according to The Athletic’s . Miller suffered an Achilles injury that cost him all of last season. A career 38% 3-point shooter, he could be a trade target for a contender if plays well and is healthy.

Williams is a forward who turns 26 in December. Over his two seasons with the Pelicans he appeared in 85 games, averaging 22.5 minutes and about five points and rebounds apiece. He has shot just 37.1% from the field in his career. At 6-foot-7, he can fight for a role as a backup small forward or power forward.

Gray and Cheatham both put up big numbers in the Pelicans’ G League system last season.

Gray averaged 22.5 points, 6.9 assists and 5.3 rebounds per game while shooting 45% from the field. That has yet to translate to the NBA level, where the 27-year-old has played just seven career games from 2017 through 2020. The Thunder can look into him as a third bench guard option and see if he can pan out.

Cheatham, who was an undrafted rookie last year out of Arizona State, averaged 16.3 points, 11.9 rebounds and 2.5 assists in 32.5 minutes per game in the developmental league. At 6-foot-8, Cheatham is more of a power forward size, and he will have quite a bit of competition at the 4 and 5 spots to grab a role in Oklahoma City.

The first-round pick from the Nuggets is lottery-protected, according to Pelton.

In full, the Thunder saved somewhere between $6 and $11 million, depending on the contracts of Williams, Gray and Cheatham and got a first-round pick and two second-round picks for Adams. Hill is tradable and Miller could build back his value by the deadline. It’s possible Oklahoma City nets more down the road from this trade.

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