The Atlanta Hawks, Boston Celtics and Sacramento Kings have completed a long-awaited three-team trade.

Atlanta acquired guard Delon Wright from Sacramento. Wright is expected to help fill the backup point guard role behind Trae Young.

Boston acquired guard Kris Dunn and center Bruno Fernando from Atlanta. It's unknown what the Celtics plans are for either player, given how tight to the luxury tax the Celtics are. Boston also acquired a 2023 second round pick in the deal from Atlanta. This pick will be conveyed by the Portland Trail Blazers via the Hawks.

In addition, the Celtics created a Traded Player Exception of $9.7 million in the deal.

Sacramento acquired center Tristan Thompson from Boston. Thompson is expected to give the Kings additional frontcourt depth behind recently re-signed Richaun Holmes.