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Monday, July 12, 2010

Phoenix Suns, close to land Josh Childress and Hedo Turkoglu

The Phoenix Suns are close to land Josh Childress and Hedo Turkoglu. The NBA franchise would send the Brazilian guard Leandro Barbosa and the center Dwayne Jones to the Toronto Raptors in exchange of the 31-year-old Turkish forward, who is reported to be unhappy in the Canadian team. On the other hand, the Suns would also reach to an agreement to land Josh Childress via sign-and-trade with the Atlanta Hawks, that would receive a 2012 second round pick. Childress, who has played for Olympiakos during the last two seasons, would be signed to a five-year, $33 million contract.

UPDATE: The Toronto Raptors would then move Jones to the Charlotte Bobcats in exchange of the French forward Boris Diaw.

SOURCE: Arizona Republic

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