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Report: Nets trade Kessler Edwards to Kings, free up cap space

The Sacramento Kings have acquired forward Kessler Edwards from the Brooklyn Nets, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

The Nets are sending Edwards and cash to Sacramento in order to free up a roster spot and $8 million in salary.

The deal was pending Edwards’ approval, who has a no-trade clause due to a Bird Rights restriction in his contract. Wojnarowski later reported that Edwards had reportedly agreed to the deal, and the trade is expected to be made official.

Edwards has played 14 games with Brooklyn this season and 14 games with their G-League affiliate in Long Island, where he’s averaged 16.9 points per game.

This comes after a flurry of rumours surrounding the Nets, who traded controversial star Kyrie Irving to the Dallas Mavericks on Monday night.

Wojnarowski also reported Tuesday that the Nets were not interested in moving star forward Kevin Durant at this Thursday’s trade deadline.

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