Among the major roster additions for the Cleveland Cavaliers at the trade deadline on Thursday afternoon, veteran guard Rodney Hood was acquired in a three-team deal from the Utah Jazz. The deal will see Utah's Joe Johnson head to the Kings, while Cleveland's Derrick Rose and Jae Crowder go to the Jazz.
Amid one of the craziest trade deadlines ever, the Cleveland Cavaliers pretty much overhauled their entire roster, looking to be younger and more competitive ahead of the future after a very sluggish stretch this season. The Cavaliers also traded Dwyane Wade back to the Heat in a separate deal for a second round pick. However, both players are on the verge of being bought out or waived by their new teams. The Kings now have $24 million in room that could increase to $40 million if Shumpert and Garrett Temple opt out of their contracts.
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Hood has started 12 of his 39 appearances with the Jazz this year while registering 16.8 points and 2.8 boards across 27.8 minutes per outing. He missed seven games earlier this season because of a sore left ankle. He was the 2011 NBA MVP, but has struggled with injuries. From the field, he's hitting 42.2 percent of his overall shots, including 38.9 percent on 3-pointers.
Johnson (6-7, 240, Arkansas) is a seven-time NBA All-Star in his 17th NBA season, now averaging 7.3 points 3.3 rebounds and 1.4 assists in 32 games (three starts) this season.