The Nets are busy ahead of the NBA trade deadline.
Brooklyn found a trading partner for Spencer Dinwiddie, dealing for Dennis Schroder in a swap of 30-year-old point guards.
Veteran Thad Young is also coming in the same trade, first reported by ESPN and confirmed by The Post.
The Nets then traded power forward Royce O’Neale to the Suns for three second-round picks, according to The Athletic.
O’Neale, who averaged 7.4 points per game, will serve as depth for a Suns team with championship aspirations.
Dinwiddie had been Brooklyn’s starting point guard since arriving from Dallas in the Kyrie Irving deal at last year’s trade deadline, but he’d essentially lost his preferred spot to Ben Simmons at the beginning of the season and only got it back through the Simmons’ injuries.
He also didn’t get the long-term extension from the Nets he wanted, and admitted he wasn’t part of their rebuilding plans.
While Dinwiddie’s play deteriorated greatly, so did his value on the trade market.
Schröder is averaging 13.7 points and 6.1 assists, hitting 35% from 3-point range.
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He played for the Lakers last season, helping Los Angles make the Western Conference Finals before signing with Toronto for the mid-level exception this past summer.
He started in the first 29 games before the Raptors opted to shake up its rotation and moved him to the bench.
The 35-year-old Young will be in his second tour with Brooklyn, spending part of the 2014-15 and the 2015-16 season with the Nets.
Schroder inked a two-year, $26 million deal during the offseason. Young is on an $8 million expiring contract.
Dinwiddie is on a $20.3 million expiring deal.