Reports: Jazz Trade Donovan Mitchell To Cavaliers

The Utah Jazz Have Traded Star Guard Donovan Mitchell To The Cleveland Cavaliers According To Multiple Reports.

The Cavaliers Will Send Three Players Three Unprotected First-Round Picks And Two Pick Swaps In Return.

The Biggest Return In The Deal For Utah Is Free Agent Collin Sexton Who Has Agreed To A Four-Year

$72 Million Sign-And-Trade Deal To Remain With The Jazz Through The 2026-27 Season Per Shams Charania Of The Athletic.

The Jazz Have Loaded Up On Future Draft Assets This Offseason After Trading Both Its All-Star Players In Mitchell And Rudy Gobert.

Between Both Deals Utah Has Acquired Seven First-Round Picks Three Pick-Swaps And Two Players That Were Selected In The First Round Of The 2022 Nba Draft.

Cleveland Meanwhile Is Looking To Contend Right Now.

The 25-Year-Old Mitchell Is One Of The League’S Elite Scorers And His Acquisition Could Put The Cavs

Who Won 44 Games Last Season With A Young Nucleus Among The Top Teams In The Loaded Eastern Conference.