CHICAGO (AP) — The struggling Memphis Grizzlies have acquired guard Justin Holiday from the Chicago Bulls for guards MarShon Brooks and Wayne Selden Jr.
Memphis also sent second-round picks in 2019 and 2020 to Chicago in the deal on Thursday. The Bulls waived guard Cameron Payne in another move.
The Grizzlies hope Holiday — averaging 11.6 points — provides a lift. They have dropped 10 of 13 and had what General Manager Chris Wallace described as an “emotionally charged” meeting following a loss to Detroit on Wednesday night.
Memphis has fallen from first to 10th in the Western Conference after a 12-5 start.
With Holiday gone, rookie Chandler Hutchison figures to play a bigger role for Chicago. Brooks is averaging 6.6 points and Selden is scoring 5.4.