For the fourth time so far this year, the Spaniard Juancho Hernangómez will be transferred. This has been assured by sources from the journalist Adrian Wojnarowski, who places him in the Utah Jazz in a triple operation with the Portland Trail Blazers and San Antonio Spurs.
The Jazz also get youngster Nickeil Alexander-Walker in the deal. For their part, the Spurs get Tomas Satoransky and a future second-round draft pick. And finally, those from Oregon absorb the contract expiring the injured Joe Ingles, his teammate Elijah Hughes and a future second-round draft pick.
Hernangómez, 26, will play for his fourth franchise in just six NBA seasons. This season he has worn the colors of the Celtics and Spurs, and now he will head to the Jazz.
In 280 official games, he has career averages of 5.3 points and 3.6 rebounds in 15.6 minutes on the floor.
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