The Philadelphia 76ers, New York Knicks and Oklahoma City Thunder have completed a three-team trade involving five players.
The full details of the trade per Adrian Wojnarowski:
- 76ers receiving Thunder’s George Hill, Knicks’ Ignas Brazdeikas
- Thunder receiving 76ers’ Tony Bradley and two second round draft picks in 2025 and 2026, Knicks’ Austin Rivers
- Knicks receiving 76ers’ Terrance Ferguson
By acquiring Hill, this move likely takes the 76ers out of the running to acquire Kyle Lowry from the Toronto Raptors.
Hill, 34, will give the 76ers depth at point guard and will provide them with another ball-handler, perimeter shooting and solid defense.
He only played 14 games for the Thunder this season after undergoing surgery on his right thumb back in early February and averaged 11.8 points, 2.1 rebounds and 3.1 assists per game.
The Thunder now have a projected 34 draft picks over the next seven years with 17 first round picks and 17 second round picks, notes ESPN’s Bobby Marks.