Pistons get help at guard in deal with Bulls for Nelson

Posted February 10, 2018

The 2018 National Basketball Association trade deadline is off to a roaring start.

Nelson, 35, played in 43 games for the New Orleans Pelicans before being traded last week to the Bulls.

With just hours now to go until we reach the 2018 National Basketball Association trade deadline, the Detroit Pistons have reportedly agreed to a second deal of the day. Nelson - who, like Reed, is on an expiring minimum contract - provided nothing to tanking Chicago.

Later in the after, the Bulls waived the 27-year-old Reed, who was averaging 4.6 points and 2.9 rebounds in 10.2 minutes per game in 42 games this season.

There has been a considerable amount of inconsistency behind Ish Smith with Galloway and Buycks both receiving multiple DNP-CDs as Stan Van Gundy has tried to navigate following Reggie Jackson's grade three ankle sprain late in December.

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The Bulls also received the right to swap second-round draft picks with Detroit in 2022.

Reed had seen only nine minutes of action since being part of the blockbuster trade that sent Blake Griffin to the Pistons last month and was recently suspended for six games after a domestic violence incident with his wife that took place last August.

Drummond added A late addition for the NBA All-Star Game, Pistons centre Andre Drummond will now take part in the Skills Challenge, which will be held on February 17th. Maybe. I doubt the present-focused Van Gundy blinked at the cost, especially considering he had no attachment to Willie Reed (who came to Detroit in the Griffin trade). The 23-year-old Johnson was a first-round pick by the Clipper In 2016 out of North Carolina University.

Energized by Blake Griffin, the Pistons are back in the thick of the playoff race. Now he flipped the other piece of that trade Brice Johnson for Memphis Grizzly James Ennis.