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Jazz trade Harris to Hawks for Marvin Williams



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SALT LAKE CITY — ESPN's Marc Stein is reporting Monday the Atlanta Hawks have "agreed in principle" to trade forward Marvin Williams to the Utah Jazz for point guard Devin Harris.

According to Stein a> the deal is still pending league approval.

PG Devin Harris
PG Devin Harris

The trade of Harris comes days after the Jazz traded for PG Mo Williams as part of a four-team deal.

In that deal the Jazz gave up an $8.2 million trade exception.

Harris has one year left on his deal worth $8.5 million.

Marvin Williams, who was the No. 2 overall pick in the 2005 NBA Draft, one pick ahead of Deron Williams, has two years left on his deal at $8.3 million and $7.5 million.

On Friday, the Jazz exercised Jamaal Tinsley's team option for an estimated $1.4 million. Tinsley is a veteran backup point guard for the team. The Jazz also picked up small forward DeMarre Carroll's team option.

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