In a three-way trade, Sacramento gets Will Solomon from Toronto … Toronto gets Patrick O’Bryant from Boston … and Boston gets a heavily-protected conditional second-round pick from Sacramento.
From The National Post: The Raptors acquired little-used centre Patrick O’Bryant from Boston in exchange for their little-used point guard Will Solomon. Boston will then send Solomon to Sacramento for a conditional second-round draft pick, according to SI.com. O’Bryant is in the first year of a two-year deal that will pays him just more than US$1.6-million. However, only US$500,000 of O’Bryant’s contract is guaranteed for next season. With the move, the Raptors will remain below this season’s luxury tax.
O’Bryant, 22, is in his third season in the NBA. For his career, he is averaging 1.6 points and 1.3 rebounds in almost five minutes per game. Golden State selected O’Bryant with the ninth-overall selection in the 2006 draft. He became the first player selected in the lottery to be sent to the NBA’s developmental league.
From the Toronto Star: As part of a late-breaking three-way transaction, the Raptors have acquired 7-foot Patrick O’Bryant from the Boston Celtics while sending point guard Will Solomon to the Sacramento Kings. The Kings will send a future second-round draft pick and cash to Boston to complete the transaction, according to various league and team sources.