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.
Holiday is averaging 11.6 points and 4.4 rebounds in 34.9 minutes per game this season.
A career eight points per game along with essentially three rebounds and almost two assists per game. According to The Athletic, Brooks and his agent are working with Chicago in hopes the team will trade him to another team. Selden is averaging 5.4 points in 14.2 minutes over 32 games.
The Bulls are still shopping Jabari Parker and Robin Lopez ahead of the February 7 trade deadline. Brooks is averaging 6.6 points and Selden is scoring 5.4. At a listed 6-foot-6 and 181 pounds, Holiday isn't quite big enough to deal with the Kevin Durants of the world, meaning Anderson will still have to handle those assignments, but Bickerstaff will no longer have any defensive liabilities in his wing rotation.
The one complication from Chicago's perspective was trading one player for two with a full roster, which means the Bulls had to waive backup guard Cameron Payne.
Chicago traded its 2019 second-round pick to the Lakers in July 2016 in the Jose Calderon deal that freed up salary-cap space to sign Dwyane Wade. The 38.3 percent from the floor was the second-worst mark of his career, topping only last year's 37.1 percent showing (for a full season, Holiday shot 33.3 percent in nine games for Philadelphia in 2012-13).