Trail Blazers deal Josh Hart to Knicks for Cam Reddish and protected future first-round pick

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The Portland Trail Blazers have traded shooting guard Josh Hart to the New York Knicks for small forward Cam Reddish and a protected future first-round pick. Hart joins the Knicks after roughly a year with the Trail Blazers as he was dealt to Portland in the trade that broke up the Damian Lillard-CJ McCollum backcourt. Reddish has averaged 8.4 points a game this season with 1.6 rebounds and 1.0 assists. Hart meanwhile has averaged 9.5 points a game this season with 8.2 rebounds and 3.9 assists. Reddish was originally selected in 2019 out of Duke by the Atlanta Hawks in the first round, 10th overall. Hart was originally selected in 2017 out of Villanova by the Utah Jazz in the first round, 30th overall.

Svi Mykhailiuk is also headed to Portland in the deal. Mykhailiuk was originally selected in 2018 out of Kansas by the Los Angeles Lakers in the second round, 47th overall. This season he’s averaged 1.6 points a game with 0.5 rebounds and 0.1 assists. Additionally, the Knicks are sending Portland a lottery protected 2023 first-round pick that turns into four future second-round picks if not conveyed this year.

Ryan Arcidiano is also on his way to Portland in the deal. Arcidiano was signed out of Villanova as an undrafted free agent by the Austin Spurs of the NBA G-League. He landed in Austin after being waived by their NBA parent club, the San Antonio Spurs. He’s currently averaging 0.3 points a game, 0.4 rebounds and 0.2 assists.