It’s the latest offseason move from Utah’s CEO of basketball operations, Danny Ainge, who previously dealt All-Stars Rudy Gobert and Donovan Mitchell to the Minnesota Timberwolves, and Cleveland Cavaliers, respectively.
Bogdanovic, a free agent after this season, spent the past three years in Salt Lake City, averaging 18.4 points while shooting nearly 40% from three-point range (39.7%). His sharpshooting prowess will be a welcomed boost to a Pistons squad that ranked 29th in three-point percentage last season at 32.6%.
On the other side of the deal, Olynyk provides the Jazz with some much-needed depth in the frontcourt, while Lee could have an opportunity for increased playing time after averaging just 16.3 minutes across 85 career games.
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