The Houston Rockets are acquiring Shield Iman Shumpert at a Three Way deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers and Sacramento Kings, league sources told ESPN.

The Rockets will send shield Brandon Knight, forwards Marquese Chriss and a 20-19 lottery shielded first-round pick into the Cavaliers, league sources said.

The Cavaliers will send shield Alec Burks into the Kings, also guards Nik Stauskas along with Wade Baldwin into the Rockets, league sources said. Stauskas and Baldwin were acquired in a deal with Portland on Sunday that sent Rodney Hood into the Trailblazers .

Shumpert, 28, has already established a solid season for its resurgent Kings, averaging 8.9 points, 3 rebounds and 2 assists. He’s likely to engage in a chair function for the Rockets in their Western Conference playoff push.

At the fourth commerce of Cleveland, the Cavs have now gathered six second-round picks and two first-round.

Burks returns into the Western Convention, where he spent the first eight decades of his career with the Utah Jazz before a trade to the Cavaliers year.