Several days after agreeing to send Bradley Beal to the Phoenix Suns in exchange for a package including Chris Paul, the Washington Wizards agreed to send the future Hall of Fame point guard to the Golden State Warriors Thursday for Jordan Poole. The Wizards are also receiving a protected 2030 first-round pick and a 2027 second-round pick from Golden State in the deal.

Washington began its complete roster overhaul under new president of basketball operations Michael Winger Sunday, when Beal agreed to waive his no-trade clause to be sent to the Suns. That deal was officially completed Thursday, with the Wizards receiving Paul and Landry Shamet, first-round pick swaps in 2024, 2026, 2028 and 2030, as well as second-round picks from 2024-28, plus 2030, and cash from the Suns in the deal. Phoenix also received Jordan Goodwin and Isaiah Todd from the Wizards. Then, in a separate deal, Paul was sent to Golden State in exchange for Poole plus the draft compensation from the Warriors.

The two sides agreed to wait to officially complete the Beal deal so the Wizards would have time to relocate Paul to a third team in a deal to recoup additional assets as part of the deal.

That team turned out to be Golden State, where Paul winds up after spending the past decade facing the Warriors in the playoffs over and over again, as Golden State’s new general manager, Mike Dunleavy Jr., makes the first significant move of his tenure after officially taking over for Bob Myers last week.

Paul, 38, averaged 13.9 points and 8.9 assists for the Suns last season across 59 games, and he gives the Warriors a different way to attack defenses for when Stephen Curry is off the court, although — after starting every single game of his career thus far, 1,214 regular-season games and 149 postseason contests — Paul is likely to be ticketed for a reserve role in what will be his 19th NBA season.

Paul also has a $30 million expiring contract, compared with the four years and $140 million left on the extension Poole signed before the start of last season, removing a significant chunk of money from Golden State’s future books as the Warriors navigate the harsher penalties on big-spending teams imposed by the league’s new collective bargaining agreement. The Warriors have to sort out the possibility of a new contract with franchise cornerstone Draymond Green after he opted out of his contract earlier this month and became a free agent.