The Nets made official the two trades they came to an agreement on Saturday, sending Tornike Shengelia to the Bulls and Tyshawn Taylor to the Pelicans.

In exchange for Shengelia, the Nets acquired Marquis Teague, a point guard who was the 29th overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft. But, because of the storm brought on by the polar vortex Tuesday, Teague was unable to make it to New York in time for the Nets’ 101-90 win over the Magic. Following Wednesday’s off day, Teague — the younger brother of Atlanta Hawks point guard Jeff Teague — was expected to be able to join the team for Thursday’s practice.

“He comes from a talented family background,” Nets coach Jason Kidd said. “His brother has had some success, and so being 20, [and] hopefully [me] being a point guard will help him, and then he has some other guys with Shaun [Livingston] and D-Will [Deron Williams].

“So I’m looking forward to working with him and helping him grow.”

Taylor, meanwhile, was traded along with cash considerations for the draft rights to Edin Bavcic, a 29-year-old 6-foot-10 power forward who is currently playing for K.A.O.D. in the Greek League. Bavcic, teammates with Mirza Teletovic on the Bosnia and Herzegovina national team and who played with him at Eurobasket this past summer, originally was drafted 56th overall in 2006 by the Raptors.

It is unlikely Bavcic ever becomes an option for the Nets down the road. Instead, he simply was used as a makeweight to make the trade happen, as the Nets saved roughly $2.4 million in luxury tax savings and also opened up a roster spot by making the move.