Cavaliers trade Jordan Clarkson to Jazz

Jordan Clarkson of the Cleveland Cavaliers during a game against the Detroit Pistons on March 18. Photo: Jason Miller/Getty Images

The Cleveland Cavaliers have agreed to trade Jordan Clarkson to the Utah Jazz in exchange for Dante Exum.

The Jazz will also send two future second round picks to the Cavaliers in the trade.

Clarkson will provide a scoring threat off the bench for the Jazz, as he is averaging 14.6 points per game, with a season-high 33 points coming in his last game against the Memphis Grizzlies.

Exum on the other hand, will look to make a fresh start in Cleveland after only playing in 67 games over the last three seasons with the Jazz (including this season).

There is also some history with the Cavaliers and Jazz making trades.

Last November, Alec Burks was traded to the Cavaliers in exchange for Kyle Korver and the Cavaliers received two second round picks in that deal too.