A certain Utah Jazz guard long-rumored to traded is finally on the move.

While the Donovan Mitchell situation lingers on, the Jazz did at least turn one veteran disinclined to play for a young, rebuilding, and apparently tanking team into a young if imperfect prospect

agreeing to send Beverley to the Los Angeles Lakers for 21-year-old shooting guard Talen Horton-Tucker.

ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski was the first to report the trade, which was subsequently reported by Shams Charania of The Athletic.

Wojnarowski said the deal will be completed Thursday morning, and will also include veteran forward Stanley Johnson coming to the Jazz. No picks will be included in the deal.

Wojnarowski said the deal will be completed Thursday morning, and will also include veteran forward Stanley Johnson coming to the Jazz. No picks will be included in the deal.

Beverley departs the Jazz without ever playing a single game for them, arriving this summer as part of Utah’s return haul from the Timberwolves in the Rudy Gobert trade.

Beverley departs the Jazz without ever playing a single game for them, arriving this summer as part of Utah’s return haul from the Timberwolves in the Rudy Gobert trade.

The Jazz now take on “THT,” who enticed the team enough to give him a three-year deal worth approximately $30.78 million just last year, but who quickly fell out of favor with the LeBron James-led

veteran-oriented Lakers this past season, due to a campaign that saw him shoot just 41.6% from the floor and 26.9% on 3s.

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