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Who’s going where? A look at the four-team trade that gave Nets a ‘Big Three’

Here’s the basic layout of the four-team deal that got the Nets James Harden —- and gave them a Big Three that’s unparalleled in the NBA. The deal was finalized Thursday morning.


—James Harden, 6’5” point guard from Houston


—Rodions Kurucs, 6’10” power forward from Brooklyn

—Victor Oladipo, 6’4” point guard from Indiana

—Dante Exum, 6’6” shooting guard from Cleveland

—First round picks in 2022, 2024 and 2026 from Brooklyn, First round pick in 2022 from Milwaukee via Cleveland

—Right to swap first round picks with Brooklyn in 2021, 2023, 2025 and 2027 from Brooklyn


—Caris LeVert, 6’7” shooting guard, from Brooklyn

—Second round pick in 2024 from Cleveland redirected from Brooklyn

—Cash considerations from Brooklyn

—Second round pick in 2023 from Houston


—Jarrett Allen, 6’11” center, from Brooklyn

—Taurean Prince, 6’8” forward, from Brooklyn

—Draft Rights to Aleksandar Vezenkov, 6’9” forward, from Brooklyn

Vezenkov’s rights were the last piece of the deal before an issue showed up in LeVert’s physical requiring the Nets to sweeten things by redirecting a 2024 Cavaliers pick to the Pacers along with cash considerations.