Cavs trade Richard Jefferson, Kay Felder to Hawks

Aubrey Yates
October 14, 2017

"Was pretty much bracing myself for it", said Smith, who compared what happened with Wade to a situation he experienced with the New York Knicks.

Jefferson was no longer in the Cavs' locker room as of 6 p.m., while Felder was seated at his chair waiting to talk to general manager Koby Altman.

Both players sat on the bench for the Cavs' preseason finale against the Magic because the trade was not yet complete.

After signing with the Cavs in 2015, Jefferson played a key as a reserve in Cleveland's championship run through the 2016 NBA Finals.

Cleveland will acquire the rights to two overseas players, the person said.

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Even without the pieces coming to town, Cleveland still boasted the highest tax bill last season, one which limited their ability to make moves until Irving was traded to the Boston Celtics.

"I'm sacrificing my way out of here", Jefferson joked on his podcast, "Road Trippin'", which was released Friday morning.

The Hawks will also receive two future (2019, 2020) second-round picks and cash in return, per ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, who also reports that Atlanta intends to waive Jefferson and Felder.

Felder has $455,000 in guaranteed money this season as well as a $1.5 million team-option for next season.

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