The Utah Jazz aren’t done making moves to refine their roster, but the latest comes in the form of a trade rather than a free agent signing.

The Deseret News confirmed a Wednesday report by ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski that the Jazz will acquire Eric Paschall from the Golden State Warriors in exchange for a protected future second-round pick.

The pick is a 2026 second-rounder via Memphis that is top-42 protected, according to league sources.

The Athletic’s Tony Jones had previously reported that the Jazz were interested in acquiring Paschall.

Taken 41st overall in the 2019 NBA draft, the 6-foot-6, 255-pound Paschall was named to the All-Rookie First Team. Last season, he averaged 9.5 points, 3.2 rebounds and 1.3 assists per game. More abstractly, he is a versatile player in the frontcourt, something the Jazz still need even after agreeing to sign Rudy Gay and Hassan Whiteside earlier this week.

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Adding to Paschall’s value, he and Donovan Mitchell grew up in the same neighborhood and remain incredibly close friends.