Cavaliers trade Kyle Korver to Utah Jazz

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Korver was one of the most coveted players on the market, and the Cavs have been shopping him along with forward J.R. Smith, who agreed to step away from the team after being unhappy with his reduced role this season.

Per Wojnarowski, the Jazz are also sending Alec Burks to Cleveland in the proposed deal.

For Korver, Cleveland will get Utah's 2020 second-round selection along with Washington's 2021 second-rounder.

Korver spent two and a half seasons with the Jazz between 2007 and 2010. He's never played more than 78 games in a season.

He's making over $11.5 million this season, per Spotrac, but his contract expires after this season.

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Jazz rookie Grayson Allen said that Burks passed on the news of the trade to the locker room a short time before the team was slated to face the Brooklyn Nets tonight at the Barclays Center.

Burks, another shooting guard Cleveland may or may not deploy in their rotation, has averaged 8.4 points on 41.2 percent shooting and 1.6 rebounds in 15.8 minutes per game this season. "I think everybody was a little bit surprised".

Kyle Korver has finally been traded by the Cleveland Cavaliers.

"I'm someone who takes pride in shooting the ball, and I'm sure I can learn a lot from him, what he does to prepare, and from what I know of his game, he's great moving without the ball", Allen added.

Per Spotrac, Korver has one season remaining on the three-year, $22 million contract he previously signed with the Cavs. Cleveland is not contending this season, so Korver deserved to be on a winning team.

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