According to NBAdraft.net, there is a 3 team deal being discussed between the Washington Wizards, Minnesota Timberwolves and the Utah Jazz.
" The deal would send the 6th pick and players (and/or cap relief) to Minnesota.
Utah would get the 2nd pick and is targeting Derrick Williams.
Washington would get the 3rd pick and is targeting Enes Kanter."
Minnesota reportedly would make this move in order to shed salary and add depth to their front court with a player like Jazz power forward Paul Milsap. The Timberwolves are then rumored to be interested in moving further down the draft board by trading the sixth pick for "established veterans."
Names that are said to be floating around in this deal include Utah's Devin Harris, who they acquired from the New Jersey Nets in the Deron Williams trade. Minnesota's former sixth overall pick in 2009, Jonny Flynn, has also been mentioned.
Utah fills the void left by departed All-Star Deron Williams with another potential star that could expediate their rebuilding process. The Jazz also own the 12th overall pick which they could be free to use on a point guard like UCONN's Kemba Walker or BYU's Jimmer Fredette.
This trade would ensure the Wizards added the highly coveted Kanter, who has been linked to the Cleveland Cavaliers with the fourth pick, without sacrificing their second first round (18th overall) pick.
A day before the draft Kanter was quoted saying:
"I would love to go to D.C. It doesn't matter which team, but I would love to go to D.C. It's (an) international city, and Obama loves basketball. I would love to play with John Wall. I think it's a great team."