CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -The Charlotte Bobcats have traded second-round pick Kyle Weaver to Oklahoma City for a second-round choice in next year's draft.
The guard was the 38th overall pick in June after averaging 12.2 points as a senior at Washington State.
Weaver averaged 6.2 points in five games for Charlotte in the Las Vegas summer league, but faced stiff competition to make Charlotte's regular-season roster.
The deal gave the Bobcats the second-round pick the Oklahoma City franchise obtained from New Jersey two years ago in a trade involving current Sacramento forward Mikki Moore.

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