The Cleveland Cavaliers already made one massive move on the day of the trade deadline, sending Isaiah Thomas, Channing Frye, and their 2018 first round pick to Los Angeles for Jordan Clarkson and Larry Nance Jr. The team is not done making moves yet, as the Cavs have pulled off a major move with the Utah Jazz and Sacramento Kings.
Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN brought word of the move, with the main piece being that the team won the Rodney Hood sweepstakes.
Wojnarowski added more details, saying that the Cavaliers managed to offload a handful of players (Jae Crowder, Derrick Rose, and Iman Shumpert) in exchange for George Hill. Additionally, Jazz swingman Joe Johnson will head to Sacramento.