Cavs Receive Matthew Dellavedova From Bucks in Multi-Player Trade

Carrie Guzman
December 8, 2018

The Bucks will send John Henson with Dellavedova to Cleveland in exchange for Cavaliers guards George Hill and Sam Dekker, per Wojnarowski.

Washington trades Jason Smith and a second-round pick to Milwaukee.

Dellavedova spent the first three seasons of his National Basketball Association career in Cleveland, posting averages of 5.7 points, 3.4 assists and 1.9 rebounds per game.

The first-round pick that Milwaukee would send to the Cavs has lottery protections and might not convey until as late as 2024 because the Bucks owe a future first-rounder to the Phoenix Suns that might not convey until 2021. Both Henson and Dellavedova, who won a title with the Cavs in 2016, have one year and about $10 million left on their contracts.

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Hill was highly expected to be traded from the Cavs after it was clear that the team was heading towards the direction of a rebuild.

The deal came together Friday in time for teams to be able to re-package players in other trades before February's trade deadline. The Cavaliers, meanwhile, continue to stockpile draft picks. Dekker's short stint in Cleveland ends after nine games, where he averaged 6.3 points, 3.7 rebounds and 1.0 assists per contest. He has been out most of this season with a wrist injury. He is averaging 5.6 points, 5.1 rebounds and 1.0 assists per game this season and shooting 46.3 percent from the floor and 35.5 percent from beyond the arc.

Henson has played all seven years of his career as a forward and centre with the Bucks, averaging 5.6 points, 5.1 rebounds and 0.8 blocks per game in 13.4 minutes in 2018-19.

Henson recently underwent surgery to fix a torn ligament in his left wrist.

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