NBA trade grades: Who wins the four-team deal centered around Serge Ibaka and Donte DiVincenzo?

Who wins the four-team trade reported on Thursday ahead of the NBA trade deadline involving the Detroit Pistons, LA Clippers, Milwaukee Bucks and Sacramento Kings?

Four teams at different stages of the success cycle, including the defending champion Bucks, got together on a deal that solves varying sets of needs. Milwaukee got value for impending free agent Donte DiVincenzo, who's finally headed to Sacramento after a failed attempt to land him in a sign-and-trade for Bogdan Bogdanovic back in November 2019, and adds insurance at center.

The Kings finally moved on from 2018 No. 2 overall pick Marvin Bagley III, who's headed to the Pistons as the latest in their collection of former lottery picks trying to make good on their potential with a second team. That move helps rebalance the Sacramento roster after Tuesday's trade to land All-Star big man Domantas Sabonis.

Lastly, the Clippers dealing Ibaka for a pair of players on minimum contracts (Rodney Hood and Semi Ojeleye) helps mitigate their tax bill after adding Robert Covington and Norman Powell in a trade completed Friday.

Let's break down the implications of this trade for all four teams involved.

The deal

Milwaukee Bucks get: Serge Ibaka, Two future second-round picks, cash

Sacramento Kings get: Donte DiVincenzo, Trey Lyles, Josh Jackson

LA Clippers get: Rodney Hood, Semi Ojeleye

Detroit Pistons get: Marvin Bagley III