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Sources: Cavaliers Trade George Hill to Bucks

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Milwaukee is finalizing a deal to send guard Matthew Dellavedova to Cleveland, league sources tell ESPN.

Milwaukee is sending Dellavedova, John Henson and a first-round and future second-round pick to Cavs for George Hill, league source tells ESPN.

Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

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Sources: Suns, Austin Rivers Agree to Part Ways

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After trade with Wizards, Suns agree to part ways with G Austin Rivers, per ESPN sources. Rivers – earning $12.6M in final year of deal – becomes a free agent upon clearing waivers. As a veteran, sides concluded Rivers fits better on an older team that’s pursuing playoffs.

Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

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Sources: Jazz Interested in Jabari Parker

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The Utah Jazz are one of the teams interested in Parker, according to multiple league sources. Derrick Favors is an awkward fit next to center Rudy Gobert, and his $16.9 million on the books for next season is non-guaranteed, meaning he could be one of the pieces involved. Favors can’t be traded until January 15, so Chicago would have to wait. Would it be worth it? The Bulls are loaded with young bigs, so it’s hard to see them taking back Favors unless additional assets are included. Utah has all of its future picks, except for a 2020 second-rounder going to the Cavaliers, and has two other seconds incoming.

Source: Kevin O’Connor of The Ringer

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Sources: Thunder Pick Up Option on Head Coach Billy Donavan

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The Oklahoma City Thunder has picked up option on Coach Billy Donovan’s contract for the 2019-20 season, the fifth year on his original deal, league source tells ESPN. Donovan is the fourth winningest coach with same team over his four years, behind Kerr, Popovich and Stevens.

Source: Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter

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