Knicks Josh Hart opens up about being traded to the NBA

New York Knicks forward Josh Hart is no stranger to movement in the NBA. Before he even stepped on the field, he was traded once. As a first-round pick in the 2017 NBA Draft by the Utah Jazz, he was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers along with Thomas Bryant for Tony Bradley.

Two years later, Josh Hart was part of the Anthony Davis blockbuster trade. Along with Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram and a boatload of draft picks, the Villanova star was sent to the New Orleans Pelicans.

Before the 2022 NBA Draft deadline, he was on the move again. This time, he was for the Portland Trail Blazers, as Josh Hart was part of the package to bring talented scoring guard CJ McCollum to New Orleans.

A year later, almost on the same day, the Trail Blazers traded him again. This time he was at the New York Knicks, where Josh Hart hopes to put down roots in basketball. Recently, he appeared on The Pivot and explained how all the trades affected him, as he always thought he would stay with one franchise for a long time.

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