Grizzlies acquire Justin Holiday from Bulls

Sherman Parsons
January 7, 2019

Hutchison talked about how everything he has been through this year has been a surprise but credited Justin Holiday with helping him prepare for the National Basketball Association. "He's physical. He can play the way I want to play in our system", Bulls coach Jim Boylen said.

He has averaged 7.9 points and 2.8 rebounds in 313 career games.

According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the Chicago Bulls have traded forward Justin Holiday to the Memphis Grizzlies in exchange for guard MarShon Brooks, forward Wayne Selden, and two future second-round picks. Hutch (Chandler Hutchison) can do that with his length and athleticism. So far this season, Holiday is one of 14 players in the league averaging at least seven 3-point attempts per game, which will help a team that ranks 28th in the league in made 3s on a per-game basis.

In his second tour with the Bulls, Holiday started 72 games last season and all 38 this season. Selden was a part of the regular rotation in Memphis for most of the season, but his workload had fallen off over the past month.

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"I'm just gonna continue to play the game and be aggressive when the opportunities come and then just continue to be reliable on the defensive end". "The guy who comes in, obviously we're looking at him and expecting him to help us with that".

The Bulls will also have to waive one player, and point guard Cameron Payne is expected to be the one to go, according to reports.

Trading Holiday for two second-round draft picks is not what many would have liked to hear.

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