The Phoenix Suns have dealt guard Isaiah Austen to the Orlando Magic in exchange for cash, according to sources with knowledge of the deal.
The Suns announced the trade on Wednesday night, but had not released details.
The Orlando Magic will send the Suns a first-round pick in the 2018 NBA Draft and a 2018 second-round draft pick in 2019, according the team’s release.
The Magic received a second-rounder from the Suns in a 2017 trade that sent the Suns’ 2017 first-rounder to Orlando in exchange with the Orlando City Bighorns of the United Soccer League.
The team also received a 2019 second-day pick in 2017.
The Celtics acquired the Suns and second-overall pick from the Orlando Mavericks for Jae Crowder, a second round pick and a 2017 first round pick.
Boston traded Jae Crowner, Jae Crow, a first round draft pick and cash in a trade with the Phoenix Suns on Wednesday, March 14, 2017.
AP Photo/David GoldmanThe Suns are scheduled to meet with the Cleveland Cavaliers on Thursday to discuss a trade involving Isaiah Auston, according a source familiar with the situation.
The Cavaliers could use the 2018 first- and second (and possibly third) round picks acquired by Boston in the trade to re-sign Austen, who averaged 14.3 points and 7.7 rebounds for the Suns.
The Boston Celtics received a 2018 first round (and later a 2021 second- and third) pick in a July 3 trade with Sacramento that sent Isaiah Zaharakis and Isaiah Avery to the Pelicans.
The Pelicans received a 2020 second-and-third round pick from Cleveland in a 2019 trade that shipped the Suns 2018 first and 2019 second round picks.