Detroit Pistons and Brooklyn Nets Complete a Trade

The NBA's trade moratorium will be lifted on Monday and teams have already begun to agree in principle to trades. According to reports, the Brooklyn Nets have acquired Bruce Brown from the Detroit Pistons for forward Dzanan Musa and a second-round pick at next year's draft. 

While you can perhaps classify this as a 'depth move' the Nets love what they see from Brown and consider him as a legit scoring option off their bench. Brown averaged 8.9 points per game, 4.7 rebounds and four assists last season, which saw him appear in 58 games in Motown.

In Musa, the Pistons acquire a former first-rounder who has played limited minutes since entering the league after the 2018 draft. He averaged 4.8 points in under 13 minutes of play last season.

Teams are now open to make trades, as the NBA offseason has officially begun!

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