First, the Utah Jazz surprised the civilized world by sending resident-alleged trouble-maker Deron Williams to New Jersey for point guard Devin Harris, power forward Derrick Favors, and two first-round picks (from the Nets in 2011 and the Golden State Warriors in 2012).
The word associated with it, normally, was "shock..."
Here's head coach Tyrone Corbin
The Jazz also get $3-million in cash to help with the whole salary cap evening-out.
Then, this evening the Atlanta Hawks send 2011 underachiever Mike Bibby to the Eastern Conference version of Siberia- Washington- for Kirk Hinrich and centerman Hilton Armstrong.
The Hawks sent Bibby, rookie Jordan Crawford, swingman Mo Evans and their 2011 first-round draft pick to the Wizards.
Bibby, Crawford and Evans were informed of the trade prior to the team’s game against Phoenix tonight. Jeff Teague replaced Bibby in the starting lineup- his first start of the year.
The Hawks proceeded to get blown out early on in Phoenix against the Suns. They were down 11 in the third quarter...
Bibby was interviewed recently on GPB's SportsCentral program about what advice he would give high schoolers about the game...
Here's how the story broke the last time Bibby got dealt...
((HT: Associated Press))