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Home Sports Damian Lillard traded to Bucks after 11 seasons with Portland Trail Blazers

Damian Lillard traded to Bucks after 11 seasons with Portland Trail Blazers

Lillard is on his way to Milwaukee as part of a three-team deal with the Phoenix Suns

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Damian Lillard finally got his wish. Mostly. The Milwaukee Bucks are acquiring the seven-time All-Star guard from the Portland Trail Blazers in a three-team deal with the Phoenix Suns, the team announced Wednesday night.

As part of the deal, Jrue Holiday, Deandre Ayton and Toumani Camara are going to the Blazers, as well as the Bucks’ 2029 unprotected first-round pick and unprotected swap rights in 2028 and 2030. The Suns land Jusuf Nurkić, Grayson Allen, Nassir Little and Keon Johnson.

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Lillard requested a trade on the second day of 2023 free agency after years of seemingly going back and forth with Portland on trying to build a championship contender around him. He signed a two-year, max contract extension in the summer of 2022. Lillard is owed $216.2 million over the next four seasons, including $63.2 million in the 2026-27 campaign.

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