(AP) -- A person familiar with the situation says former U of L basketball standout Terry Rozier will be heading to the Charlotte Hornets via a sign-and-trade with the Boston Celtics.

Rozier, who played for the Cards from 2013-15, will receive $58 million over three years, according to the person who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Sunday because the deal is not finalized.

Rozier is part of a changing of the guard for the Hornets with the franchise's all-time leading scorer Kemba Walker agreeing to a four-year, $141 million with the Celtics.

Rozier has spent all four seasons in Boston, averaging nine points and 2.9 assists per game last season. His best year came in 2017-18 when he averaged 11.3 points per game and shot 38 percent from beyond the 3-point arc.

Rozier has started only 30 games but is now set to be the No.1 point guard in Charlotte.

Former Kentucky player Julius Randle headed to New York Knicks

Two people with knowledge of the details say the New York Knicks have agreed to a deal with forward Julius Randle.

Randle, who played for Kentucky from 2013-14, spent one season in New Orleans, averaging 21.4 points. He began his career with the Lakers, averaging 13.5 points in four seasons.

ESPN first reported the three-year, $63 million deal, which was confirmed to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because it cannot be signed until Saturday.

The Knicks have about $70 million in cap space and entered free agency with a chance to sign two top players, but missed out on Kevin Durant and Randle was their first commitment.

Former Hoosier Thomas Bryant staying with Wizards

Thomas Bryant, who played for Indiana from 2015-17, is staying in Washington. Bryant agreed to a three-year, $25 million contract with the Wizards on Sunday.

Bryant started 52 games with Washington last season and averaged more than 10 points and six rebounds per game.

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