Indiana Pacers, Phoenix Suns complete trade for Luis Scola, Gerald Green

Apr 13, 2013; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Phoenix Suns power forward Luis Scola (14) warms up before playing the Minnesota Timberwolves at Target Center. Mandatory Credit: Greg Smith-USA TODAY Sports

The Indiana Pacers and Phoenix Suns have come to an agreement on the rumored trade that will send the Argentinian big man to the Hoosier State.

According to Yahoo Sports, the Pacers will send Gerald Green, Miles Plumlee and a 2014 first round pick to Phoenix in exchange for Luis Scola.

Per Wojo:

Pacers will trade Miles Plumlee, Gerald Green and 2014 protected 1st round pick to Suns for Luis Scola, sources tell Y! Sports

Being the trade has been completed on the weekend, the NBA will not officially deal with the paperwork until early next week but the deal has been agreed on by both teams.

Scola, who the Suns picked up off of the amnesty waiver clause a few years back still has two seasons remaining on his deal worth about $10 million dollars in total.

For the Suns, Plumlee will be entering the final year of his guaranteed rookie deal while the two following seasons are team options along with a qualifying offer in 2016-17. Gerald Green has two years and $7 million dollars left on his contract. The draft pick sent to the Suns will be lottery protected.

Topics: Gerald Green, Indiana Pacers, Luis Scola, Miles Plumlee, Phoenix Suns

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