The Charlotte Hornets have already found their point guard to replace Kemba Walker.

Charlotte and Terry Rozier plan to reach an agreement on a three-year, $58 million deal once free agency officially opens. It will be a sign-and-trade transaction:

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Rozier was garnering plenty of interest from teams such as the New York Knicks and Chicago Bulls as a potential free-agent option, but he will immediately step into the starting role for a Hornets team that is essentially in rebuilding mode.

The 25-year-old out of the University of Louisville had a breakout year in the 2017-18 season, when he took over as the starting point guard for the Boston Celtics following a season-ending injury to Kyrie Irving.

Rozier proved that he was fully capable of taking the reins and increased his production in the playoffs, when he averaged 16.5 points, 5.7 assists and 5.3 rebounds for a Celtics team that came within a single game of reaching the 2018 NBA Finals.

But with Irving rejoining the fray this past season, Rozier was relegated to a bench role once again, one that he seemed to struggle with tremendously.

Although it is expected that his numbers would go down due to less playing time, Rozier's regression was really evident in the playoffs. He averaged a meager 6.4 points per game and shot just 32 percent from the field, including 23.5 percent from beyond the arc.

Terry Rozier made it fairly clear that he wanted to be a starter after the season, and now he will get that chance with the Hornets.