Al Iannazzone and Fred Kerber have details on who could be moved in the massive three way deal being discussed by the Nets, Nuggets and Pistons.
The Nets would send Devin Harris, Derrick Favors, Anthony Morrow, Stephen Graham, Ben Uzoh and at least two first-round picks to Denver.
Troy Murphy, Johan Petro and Quinton Ross would go to Detroit. Beyond Carmelo Anthony, Chauncey Billups and Richard Hamilton, the Nets also would receive the expiring contracts of big man Shelden Williams from Denver and guard Terrico White from Detroit. That's eight Nets, leaving only Brook Lopez, Kris Humphries,Travis Outlaw, Damion James, Jordan Farmar and Sasha Vujacic from the current roster. Other players would be moved off the Nugget and Pistons rosters, bringing the total to as high as 17.
Negotiations are continuing, both report. A source told Iannazzone there have been some counteroffers made in the possible three-team trade with Denver and Detroit. It’s believed the Nuggets are seeking more draft picks.
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