Detroit Pistons acquire veteran Kemba Walker from New York Knicks as part of 3-team trade

The Pistons acquired veteran guard Kemba Walker from the New York Knick

Walker and the Pistons are expected to discuss a contract buyout

The contract will allow him to become a free agent, sources told

The Knicks made the first trade of the NBA draft

The 32-year-old Walker is on an expiring $9.2 million salary for this upcoming season

The likelihood is Walker will go into the trade exception created once the Pistons finalize dealing forward Jerami Grant to the Portland Trail Blazers

In February, the Knicks and Walker agreed that the four-time All-Star would be sidelined for the remainder of the season

Knicks coach Tom Thibodeau dropped Walker from the Knicks' playing rotation in mid-November

Walker also battled knee soreness in January.

Walker averaged 11.6 points and three rebounds in 37 games last season.

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