76ers News: Full details of historic six-team trade revealed

After quite a while, the full details of this historic six-team trade involving the Philadelphia 76ers have been revealed.
76ers, Buddy Hield
76ers, Buddy Hield / Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports

The Philadelphia 76ers entered the offseason unlikely to keep Buddy Hield, who was a free agent. But shortly after the team’s flurry of moves, the team didn’t have to do the deciding for the veteran sharpshooter as he was ultimately dealt to the Golden State Warriors.

After losing Klay Thompson, the Warriors zeroed in on Hield to man the void left by the five-time All-Star, who went on to sign with the Dallas Mavericks. And after a bit of pondering and required financial gymanstics to make salaries work, the full details of the trade have finally been bared.

Full details of historic six-team trade involving the 76ers and Buddy Hield revealed

For the first time in NBA history, a six-team trade has been completed with Klay Thompson and Buddy Hield heading to their respective clubs.

Philadelphia 76ers receive: 2031 Second-Round Pick

Golden State Warriors receive: G Buddy Hield and F Kyle Anderson

Dallas Mavericks receive: G/F Klay Thompson and 2025 Second-Round Pick

Charlotte Hornets receive: G Josh Green, G Reggie Jackson, 2029 Second-Round Pick, and 2030 Second-Round Pick

Denver Nuggets receive: cash considerations

Minnesota Timberwolves receive: 2025 Second-Round Pick Swap, 2031 Second-Round Pick Swap, and cash considerations

While the 76ers did not get much for Hield thanks to a complete lack of leverage, they were at least incentivized with a second-round pick sever years from now.

Hield, who struggled mightily in the playoffs last season for Philly, remains one of the best three-point shooters in the NBA. Since the 2019-2020 season, nbody has drained more triples than the 31-year-old, who is currently playing for Bahamas in the FIBA Olympic qualifiers.

The 76ers still need to fill Hield’s role last season as their designated gunner, though adding Paul George and Caleb Martin should help bolster a team that ranked in the bottom-third of the league in three-point conversions per game.

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