Trade: Hawks Send Kevin Huerter To Kings In 3-Player Deal

The Sacramento Kings continue to go all-out in their attempt to snap their 16-year playoff drought, today adding three-point sniper Kevin Huerter from the Atlanta Hawks in exchange for two players and a pick.

The Hawks receive Justin Holiday, Mo Harkless and a future first round pick. The move unites brothers Justin and Aaron Holiday together in Atlanta (safe to say, they won't be snagging older bro Jrue from the Milwaukee Bucks anytime soon).

From a talent standpoint, the trade is curious from the Hawks' perspective. It could be that another, bigger move is on the horizon.

Huerter had been expected to be dealt, as the Hawks continue to re-tool their roster.

The 23-year-old brings to the Kings a 38% career mark from three-point land in his four seasons, as he averaged 12.1 points, 3.4 rebounds and 2.7 assists for the Hawks this past season, while shooting threes at a 39% clip. 

The move follows Sacramento's acquisition of Malik Monk on the first day of free agency, adding yet another long-range sniper. 

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