Austin Rivers traded to Clippers

Austin Rivers is headed to Hollywood to make history playing for his father, ‎Doc, with the Los Angeles Clippers.

‎League sources told ESPN.com that the Clippers, Boston Celtics and Phoenix Suns have scheduled a trade call for Thursday afternoon after agreeing to terms on a three-team trade that will land Rivers in Los Angeles.

The deal, sources said, will send Rivers to the Clippers, former L.A. first-round pick Reggie Bullock to the Suns and two players to the Celtics: Phoenix big man Shavlik Randolph and L.A. swingman Chris Douglas-Roberts.

According to the Elias Sports Bureau, Rivers will become the first son to play for his father when he makes his first appearance with the Clippers. Coby Karl was briefly a member of the Nuggets in 2010 under father George Karl, but Coby did not actually play for Denver during that stint, which occurred while his father -- now an NBA analyst for ESPN -- was on leave recovering from throat cancer.

The Celtics and Nate Robinson have also agreed to terms on a buyout. Robinson will be waived and he's expected to become a free agent. The veteran point guard, acquired in a trade from the Denver Nuggets on Tuesday, is looking to sign with a playoff contender.

ESPN.com has learned that the Clippers will also waive veteran guard Jordan Farmar to create the needed roster room for the deal. The Boston Herald reported Thursday via Twitter that the Celtics plan to release Douglas-Roberts; Real GM first reported Randolph's inclusion in the trade.

The Clippers, by virtue of waiving Farmar, are widely expected now to pursue Robinson.

Sources told ESPN.com that the Celtics will also acquire the future draft pick they had been seeking from the Clippers -- one 2017 second-rounder -- and likewise generate a trade exception worth $2.4 million.

The Celtics acquired Rivers on Monday as part of the three-way deal Boston struck over the weekend with Memphis and New Orleans to send Jeff Green to the Grizzlies. But the Celtics, sources said, told Rivers he didn't ‎need to report to Boston, telling the No. 10 overall pick from the 2012 draft immediately that they would work to trade him to the Clippers.

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