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Pending David Stern approval, of course, the Indiana Pacers can now claim they have the rights to O.J. Mayo. This trade was made in February, during last season's trade deadline, but both teams were too shy to open their mouth and tell the league before the 3:00 p.m. buzzer went off.
The Memphis Grizzlies have traded former first round pick O.J. Mayo to the Indiana Pacers, Hoopsworld.com reports. The Pacers will reportedly send Josh McRoberts and Brandon Rush to Memphis in return.
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Trying to read Tony Allen’s tweets is kind of like attempting to translate ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics, but it appears that the Grizzlies guard broke the finalization of an O.J. Mayo deal to the Pacers for Brandan Rush and Josh McRoberts…I think. Check out his tweets…
Update: Now it appears as if Allen made a mistake...
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