Mavericks trading Harrison Barnes to Kings for Justin Jackson, Zach Randolph

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Randolph, 37, is averaging 14.5 points and 6.7 rebounds per game in 59 games (57 starts) this season. I'm not knocking who traded him because it's a business and you have to do what you feel what's best.

Dirk Nowitzki said he realized something was up when Barnes didn't replace him early in the fourth quarter as usual, with the 40-year-old playing a limited role in his record 21st season with the Mavericks. "I'm ok with both honestly, truly am".

Barnes is averaging 17.8 points and 4.3 rebounds this season.

It appears the Dallas Mavericks aren't finished making moves this NBA Trade peiord.

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"I got word of it during the game".

Harrison Barnes says he's just thankful for his Dallas stint and looks forward to moving back to California.

New Orleans Pelicans star Anthony Davis, the centerpiece of this year's mid-season trade rumors, liked James' post along with Portland Trailblazers star guard CJ McCollum. "I've got to let the dust settle and figure out who the hell is going to start". "But just from [scouting], he's always on the scouting board".

After the deals, Sacramento won't have a player on its roster over the age of 30.

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The Mavericks dealt three players for Kristaps Porzingis, Tim Hardaway Jr., Trey Burke and Courtney Lee from the New York Knicks last week.

The Mavericks now have $13.1 million in room to use at the trade deadline or up until June 30.

But by trading Barnes and his $25.1 million 2019-20 salary, the Mavericks will be in the market for at least one significant offseason addition.

If he declines, the Kings will then have $45.2 million in cap space.

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