The Phoenix Suns have acquired guards Bradley Beal and Jordan Goodwin, and forward Isaiah Todd from the Washington Wizards in a three-team deal also involving the Indiana Pacers with the Suns sending Chris Paul, Landry Shamet, five future second-round picks, four future pick swaps, and cash considerations to Washington and one future second-round pick to Indiana.
Washington also sent a future second-round pick to Indiana as the Wizards and Pacers swapped draft rights to their lottery picks in Thursday’s 2023 NBA Draft.
“We are thrilled to welcome Bradley, Jordan and Isaiah to the Phoenix Suns as we continue to build one of the premier organizations in all of sports,” Suns owner Mat Ishbia said. “Bradley Beal is one of the best players in the NBA and brings so much to our team including incredible work ethic, great character, and the mindset of a champion.
“Jordan and Isaiah add talent and versatility to our roster that will continue to make this team among the league’s best. We are committed to bringing an NBA championship to Phoenix and I could not be more excited about how this organization is coming together heading into the upcoming season.”