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On September 13, the NBA trading market is in full swing, and all teams in the league are actively preparing to help the team complete the upgrade and reinforcement of the lineup this summer to get more wins in the new season. At the same time, other dynamics above the trading market are equally attractive, and the Green Army Hornets Wizards 3 team 6-player trade is completed, which is worth a look together.
In order to complete the full upgrade of the lineup before the start of the training camp of the new season, three more teams completed the final upgrade of the lineup today, see the specific transaction details. The first is the Eastern Division powerhouse Celtics, who reinforced the forward position and offered small forward Jack Lehmann a training camp contract, who needs to play the team's expected performance next to stay in the team. Last season, Lehmann averaged 2.5 points and 1.1 rebounds in 6.8 minutes per game.
The Wizards, the strongest teams in the same district, were not idle, and they strengthened the depth of the backcourt lineup, signing this year's losing draft Quinton Jackson, and the two sides reached a short-term contract. Jackson, who is 1.96 meters tall, averaged 14.8 points, 3.5 rebounds and 2.0 assists per game last season, and if he can continue his previous form, he has a chance to get a formal contract.
The Youth Hornets signed four toughsters in one go, namely defenders Jaylen Bruchel, Jaylen Sims, former Anthony Truji and center Isaiah Willie, and the team's roster was full. Due to team policy, the details of the four's contract have not been announced, but it is expected to be a short-term contract. It is worth mentioning that Kruchel played in the summer league for the Hornets in the offseason, during which he averaged 6.6 points, 5.0 assists and 4.0 rebounds.
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