It took a 2020 second round draft pick but the Boston Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers have finally, officially, agreed to the big trade sending Kyrie Irving to Boston and Isaiah Thomas to Cleveland.

The deadline of 10am today was approaching and the two teams hammered out things last night.

With the Cavs relunctant to do the deal because of the Thomas hip injury, the Celtics threw in the 2020 second round draft pick via the Miami Heat to complete the deal.

So in the end, the C's get Iriving in exchange for Thomas, Jae Crowder, Ante Zizic, Brooklyn's #1 pick next year and the Miami #2 pick in 2020.

ESPN's Andrian Wojnarowski discusses how it went down...