Memphis Grizzlies acquire Justin Holiday from Chicago Bulls

Memphis Grizzlies acquire Justin Holiday from Chicago Bulls

Memphis Grizzlies acquire Justin Holiday from Chicago Bulls

The Chicago Bulls traded Justin Holiday to the Memphis Grizzlies on Thursday night. However, by giving up the two second-round picks, it would seem Memphis' intent is to re-sign Holiday in the summer. Holiday, listed at 6-foot-6, 185 pounds, is averaging 11.6 points, 2.2 rebounds and 4.4 rebounds per game this season, though he's shooting just 38.3% FG, which isn't far off from his National Basketball Association career shooting of 39.1% FG.

In just 12 games played this season due to injury, Dunn is averaging 13.5 points, six assists, and five rebounds in 30 minutes of action per game. Now, the front office has traded away one of its few veteran voices in the locker room in Justin Holiday.

With the recent woes on the wing, Justin should certainly become one of our more reliable wings, as Selden and Brooks were never able to seize the opportunity given to become a core guard and be in play for long-term roles. He's averaging 11.6 points and shooting 35.9 percent on 3-pointers this season.

Selden, 24, is averaging 5.4 points in 14.2 minutes across 32 games. "Hopefully Wayne can help us shore down that wing defender position as well".

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According to Shams Charania, the Bulls neither plan on having Brooks report to the team or to waive him. The Bulls will hold two second-round picks in 2020.

Trading Holiday for two second-round draft picks is not what many would have liked to hear.

Grizzlies are known to make moves like this that barely if anything move the needle let alone serving as a long-term solution and we won't hear from them again sink or swim.

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