Demar derozan will be signed up to a sign-and-trade with the bulls by the kings.

The Sacramento Kings are set to acquire veteran free agent DeMar DeRozan through a three-year, $74 million sign-and-trade deal that involves sending Harrison Barnes to the San Antonio Spurs and Chris Duarte to the Chicago Bulls, according to multiple sources.


Kings receive:

  • DeMar DeRozan

Spurs receive:

  • Harrison Barnes

Bulls receive:

  • Chris Duarte
  • Two second-round picks

DeRozan, a six-time All-Star, averaged 24 points, 4.3 rebounds, and 5.3 assists for the Bulls last season.

He also finished second to Stephen Curry in the voting for the NBA’s Kia Clutch Player of the Year award.

The Kings now add DeRozan to a core that includes one-time All-Star guard De’Aaron Fox, All-Star center Domantas Sabonis, and promising young forward Keegan Murray.

DeRozan, a three-time All-NBA selection, was the ninth overall pick by the Toronto Raptors in 2009.

Throughout his 15 seasons, he has played for the Raptors, Spurs, and Bulls, averaging 21.2 points, 4.4 rebounds, and 4.1 assists over 1,110 career NBA games.

The Spurs will add Barnes to their roster, joining free agent acquisition Chris Paul and unanimous Kia Rookie of the Year Victor Wembanyama.

Barnes averaged 12.2 points and three rebounds for the Kings, shooting 47.4% overall and 38.7% from 3-point range.

Meanwhile, Chicago moves on from DeRozan and continues its youth movement after acquiring 21-year-old playmaker Josh Giddey from Oklahoma City earlier this offseason.

Duarte, an All-Rookie honoree in the 2021-22 season with Indiana, was later traded to the Kings, where he faced challenges with injuries and limited playing time amid Sacramento’s resurgence.

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