Sources say that Detroit Pistons have acquired veteran Kemba Walker from the New York Knicks in a 3-team trade.

The Detroit Pistons Veteran guard Kemba Walker From the New York Knicks Part of a three-team deal involving the Charlotte Hornets According to sources, the Pistons also purchased the draft rights to Jalen Dureen on Thursday night.

According to Wojnarowski, Walker and the Pistons could discuss a contract purchaseout that would allow him become a free agent.

According to ESPN's Bobby Marks, the salary of Walker, 32 years old, expires at $9.2million for the upcoming season. Walker is likely to enter the trade exception that was created after the season. Pistons finalize dealing Forward Jerami Grant The Portland Trail Blazers, Marks reported.

Walker was sidelined by the Knicks for the remainder of the season in February to allow him to exercise and prepare for 2022-23. Walker was also injured in January by knee pain, which Walker suffered from in the Knicks' mid-November.

Walker averaged 11.6 points and three rebounds per game in 37 games last summer.

Duren, the Memphis centre, was ranked No. According to Wojnarowski, Duren, the Memphis center, was traded to the Pistons on Thursday for a 2025 first round pick. Duren was a freshman and averaged 12 points, 8.3 rebounds and 2.3 blocked games this season.

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