Dejounte Murray trade grades: Hawks get 'A' for pairing All-Star with Trae Young; Spurs' mark incomplete

The Hawks have one of the high-quality backcourts inside the league; the 

Spurs have a better danger at Victor Wembanyama The San Antonio

have agreed to change Dejounte Murray to the Atlanta Hawks in change for 

Gallinari, three future first-spherical alternatives and destiny first-change, 

change, CBS Sports HQ's Bill Reiter confirmed Wednesday. 

The Spurs will get a 2023 first-round choose via the Charlotte Hornets, 

 and 2027 first-spherical choices thru the Hawks. 

The pick switch among the Spurs and Hawks will be in 2026. 

Murray, a past due first-round select returned in 2016, is coming off the

 first-rate season of his career, wherein he led the league in steals 

and made the All-Star Game for the first time. 

 He averaged 21.1 points, 8.3 rebounds, nine.2 assists and

two steals, while capturing 46.2 percentage from the sphere.

All of these marks have been profession-highs.