NBA rules stipulate teams cannot trade first round picks in consecutive years.
CLEVELAND, Ohio -- With 13-year veteran sharpshooter Kyle Korver set to join the Cleveland Cavaliers this week, here is a look at Korver's career, dating back to his college days at Creighton.
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Cleveland Cavaliers 2016-17 record: 28-8 Previous ranking: 1A team that ranks as one of the three best in the league in the catch-and-shoot business, alongside Houston and Golden State, just added catch-and-shoot maestro Kyle Korver.
The defending champs add valuable depth on the perimeter to supplement Le Bron James and the rest of the Cavs’ core.
It remains unclear what Cleveland will send back in the deal.
The Cleveland Cavaliers have stormed to their third straight Eastern Conference Finals with a convincing sweep of the Toronto Raptors.The team is in full rebuilding mode, and there's strong rumours about them trading fellow Hawk mainstay Paul Millsap as well.The big question remains what exactly will Cleveland send to Atlanta in exchange for Korver's services? let's call it "aggressive" talent acquisition over recent years, the next available draft pick they have to send to the Hawks would be a first rounder in the 2020 draft.Two-time Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year At Creighton, he was a two-time all-conference first team selection, and a second-team All-American in 2003.Traded by New Jersey on Draft Night 2003 to Philadelphia Korver was dealt to Philadelphia for cash considerations after being taken with the 51st overall pick in 2003 -- 50 spots after new teammate Le Bron James.