Bulls trade Holiday to Grizzlies for Brooks, Selden

Adjust Comment Print

On Thursday evening, the Chicago Bulls traded their three-and-D wing Justin Holiday to the Memphis Grizzlies for two second-round picks and guards Wayne Selden and MarShon Brooks. He is headed to his sixth franchise in five National Basketball Association seasons.

Since being drafted in 2011, Brooks has played a total of 200 National Basketball Association games, averaged eight points and 17 minutes per game.

Memphis had been using Brooks and Selden as reserves, and they're averaging 6.6 and 5.4 points per game, respectively.

Activision Intends to Fire its Chief Financial Officer
Before working for Activision Blizzard, Neumann held multiple positions at Walt Disney in its theme-park and television divisions. In the interim, former CFO Dennis Durkin will be acting CFO and will regain the position permanently if Neumann's firing stands.

Holiday started in all 38 games for Chicago this season.

However, the Grizzlies were under the impression they'd be trading MarShon Brooks. Parker has fallen out of the playing rotation despite signing a two-year, $40 million deal with the club in July.

Chicago waived Cameron Payne to clear a roster spot.

Cerro Gordo County reporting multiple cases of the flu
Martin says though cases in Minnesota are ramping up, it's still too early to tell if the strain is indeed H1N1. According to the CDC, that's more than double the number of states from the previous week.

Payne, 24, was drafted 14th overall by the Oklahoma City Thunder in 2015 and was traded to the Bulls last February.

Memphis has struggled lately and coveted the athletic playmaking ability of Holiday, who is averaging 11.6 points, 4.4 rebounds and 2.2 assists in 35 minutes per game.

Democrats Would Not Even Finish White House Situation Room Briefing on Border
Mr Trump contended the Democrats see the shutdown fight as "an election point" as he celebrated his own first two years in office. The Smithsonian's National Zoo in Washington, D.C., is among those institutions closed due to the partial government shutdown.

Comments