Australian big man Thon Maker appears headed to the Detroit Pistons and Ben Simmons' Philadelphia 76ers are set to add elite Los Angeles Clippers forward Tobias Harris to bolster their chances of claiming the National Basketball Association title.
According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the teams agreed to a six-player trade that sends Tobias Harris, Boban Marjanovic and Mike Scott to Philadelphia in exchange for Landry Shamet, Wilson Chandler, Mike Muscala and four draft picks. Harris, 26, leads the Clippers in scoring at 20.9 points per game and rebounding at 7.9 boards per game.
We'll continue to keep you posted on further trades in the National Basketball Association as the deadline nears tomorrow afternoon.
The Sixers have pulled the trigger on a blockbuster trade.
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The big return for the Clippers comes with those picks.
The team can see a path to the National Basketball Association championship this season and are willing to give up potential star Shandry and their draft picks. The breakdown of the draft picks are as follows; Sixers 2020 first-round (protected), Miami 2021 first-round (unprotected), and Sixers 2021 and 2023 second-round picks. The guys give Sixers general manager Elton Brand a ton of credit for making such strong moves just 140 days into his tenure as GM. They'll have big decisions in the summer, when Butler and Harris are both due for free agency, but for now, they're going to be really good.
Butler also hasn't always looked comfortable in his role on the Sixers, and adding another high-volume scorer into the mix might only further frustrate him if they don't at least reach the conference finals.