Former Creighton star Kyle Korver was officially sent to the Phoenix Suns on Sunday.
The 38-year-old Korver and fellow guard Jevon Carter were traded to Phoenix for Josh Jackson and De’Anthony Melton. Korver likely won’t be staying in Phoenix, as the Suns are expected to buy out his contract.
The trade was first reported Wednesday.
Korver has played for five teams during his 16-year NBA career. He played most of last season with the Jazz, appearing in 58 games off the bench. Last month, he was sent to Memphis as part of a deal that brought Mike Conley to Utah.
He has averaged 9.9 points per game during his career, shooting 42.9% from 3-point range. He is fourth in NBA history in career 3-pointers.
Korver, a second-team All-American in 2003, is the only Creighton Bluejay to play in four NCAA tournaments.
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Cleveland Cavaliers' Kyle Korver dribbles against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Cleveland Cavaliers' LeBron James, left, and Kyle Korver share a laugh on the bench.
Cleveland Cavaliers guard Kyle Korver dunks against the Golden State Warriors during the NBA Finals in 2017.
Creighton's Kyle Korver is carried around the court after the Jays won the 2003 Missouri Valley tournament.
Former Creighton basketball player, Kyle Korver, of the Atlanta Hawks, waves to the crowd after playing a NBA exhibition game against the Chicago Bulls at the CenturyLink Center.
Atlanta Hawks guard Kyle Korver reacts in the final seconds of the second half of of a first-round playoff game against the Brooklyn Nets.
Former Creighton basketball players, Doug McDermott, left, of the Chicago Bulls and Kyle Korver, right, of the Atlanta Hawks, look on during free throws in the NBA exhibition game at CenturyLink Center.
Former Creighton player Kyle Korver "raises the roof" with Mary Ann Filippi during Bluejay Madness in 2011. Both were judges for the slam-dunk contest.
Creighton's Kyle Korver leaves the arena after beating Indiana State during the 2003 Missouri Valley tournament.
Creighton bobblehead versions of Kyle Korver, left, and Doug McDermott.
Kyle Korver paints a home in Omaha during 2012. The Abide Network partnered with Korver, who plays for the Atlanta Hawks, members of the Creighton University men's basketball team and the Bridge Church to paint the house.
Kyle Korver holds his jersey after Chicago Bulls General Manager Gar Forman introduced him after Korver signed with the Bulls in 2010.
Chicago Bulls' Kyle Korver throws the first pitch before a game in 2010.
Utah Jazz guard Kyle Korver, reacts after being called for a foul during a playoff game against the Los Angeles Lakers.
Philadelphia 76ers' Kyle Korver calls to an official during a game in 2006.
Kyle Korver showing off his shooting in a timelapse photo in The World-Herald photo studio.
Creighton's Kyle Korver celebrates after the 2003 Missouri Valley conference championship game.
Creighton's Kyle Korver pumps his fist late in game as the Jays started to pull away from Drake in the closing minutes of game in 2003.
Creighton's Kyle Korver celebrates with his little brother, Kirk, 11, after winning the Missouri Valley Conference championship game in 2002.
Creighton's Kyle Korver tries to drive past Illinois' Cory Bradford and Robert Archibald, right, during a second-round NCAA regional game in 2002.