A person familiar with the Hawks-nets deal told The Associated Press on Monday night that Atlanta will receive guards Anthony Morrow, Jordan Farmar and DeShawn Stevenson and forwards Jordan Williams and Johan Petro, along with a draft pick Brooklyn received from Houston in a prior deal. The selection only belongs to the Nets if it is not a lottery pick.
The person confirmed the trade on condition of anonymity because it cannot become official until Stevenson signs as a free agent with Brooklyn. Free agents cannot be signed until July 11.
Johnson has four years and $90 million left on his contract.
The Nets are hoping to team Johnson with free agent point guard Deron Williams, who they are working to re-sign, in the franchise's first season in New York City after decades in New Jersey.
Utah CEO Greg Miller acknowledged the deal for former first-round pick Marvin Williams while picking up guard Mo Williams at Salt Lake City International Airport in preparation for Tuesday's introductory press conference.
Miller said it was difficult to part with Harris but was excited by what Mo Williams brings to the team.
Mo Williams said it felt good to be back where he started his career in 2003.