For the second consecutive year, Landry Shamet has been traded in a deal agreed to on the day of the NBA draft, and you can chart his declining trade value as he approaches the conclusion of his rookie contract by comparing the packages.
Last year, Shamet was deemed equivalent to the 19th pick, which the Brooklyn Nets sent out to get him in a three-team deal. This year, it's the 29th pick and Jevon Carter, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
Let's grade the deal, and examine what the move means for both Brooklyn and the Phoenix Suns.
Suns get: Landry Shamet
Nets get: Jevon Carter, 2021 first-round pick (No. 29)