Detroit Pistons Third-year general manager Troy Weaver is celebrating the first day of fall the only way he knows how: with business, of course.

The Pistons are trading forwards to the Utah Jazz. Bojan Bogdanovic Instead of center Kelly Olynyk and guard Saben Lee, the Free Press confirmed Thursday morning.

Bogdanovic, 33, spent the past three seasons with the Jazz, averaging 18.4 points and shooting 39.7% on 6.8 3-point attempts as Utah made the Finals each year. He instantly became the Pistons’ most prolific 3-point shooter. Making two 3s in one game During his eight season career in the NBA, he played with Brooklyn, Washington, Indiana and Utah. The pistons are finished 29th in the NBA last season Making 32.6 percent of the 3-point percentage.

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Utah Jazz forward Bojan Bogdanovic (44) passes the ball past Detroit Pistons guard Cade Cunningham (2) during the first quarter at Vivint Arena on Jan. 21, 2022.

It was Bogdanovic and representing the Croatian national team. His leading scorer In the year In the 2016 Olympics, he signed a four-year, $73.1 million contract with the Jazz in 2019. He has one year remaining at $19.6 million and will be an unrestricted free agent after this season.

With Olynyk on the books at $12.8 million and Lee making $1.8 million, the Pistons will take on more salary this season. But in the year It would save Detroit money in 2023-24, as Olynyk is partially guaranteed for $3 million that season, giving the Pistons more cap space when they need to hit to boost their rebuild.



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