According to reports the Cavs have made a deadline deal to send a second round pick in the 2013 draft (the one acquired in the Sessions deal) to the Boston Celtics for Turkish center Semih Erden and forward Luke Harangody.
Harangody and Erden are both playing their first year in the NBA. Harangody has played in a mere 28 games this season, averaging 2.3 points and two rebounds a game. He was player of the year in the Big East, leading Notre Dame in scoring and rebounding. At least Austin Carr should be happy to have another ND alum around.
Erden is a seven-footer that could develop into a decent back-up center. If you are interested in high comedy, check out his youtube highlight video. Personally, I love how every play is shown six times and occurs with the Celtics up 20 points.
Regardless, giving up a 2nd round pick two years from now will seem like a steal if either of these guys ends up being a contributor for the Cavs. They simply weren’t going to get any minutes to devlop on the Celtics bench.