The San Antonio Spurs have acquired forward DeMarre Carroll from the Brooklyn Nets in a three-team deal that sends Spurs stretch-4 Davis Bertans to the Washington Wizards, the Spurs announced Saturday.
As part of the deal, Brooklyn receives the draft rights to Nemanja Dangubic from the Spurs and Aaron White from the Wizards.
Bertans will be absorbed into an exception, allowing the Spurs to take back Carroll in a sign-and-trade.
The Spurs also reworked Carroll's deal to make it a three-year, $21 million contract, the former Nets player's agent, Mark Bartelstein, told ESPN. The original agreement was for two years and $13 million.
The 6-foot-10 Bertans is entering his fourth season in the league. The 26-year-old has shot 40% from 3-point range in his career, including 42.9% last season, when he averaged 8 points a game for the Spurs.
Carroll, who will turn 33 on July 27, spent the past two seasons with the Nets, largely coming off the bench last season after starting in 2017-18. He averaged 11.1 points with 5.2 rebounds per game last season.
The Missouri product has played for the Grizzlies, Rockets, Nuggets, Jazz, Hawks and Raptors in his 10-year career, never spending more than two seasons with any one team.