Grade the Trade: 76ers land highly coveted wing in proposed all-in move

The Philadelphia 76ers trade for this highly coveted win in this proposed all-in move this offseason.
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76ers trade for Mikal Bridges in this all-in offseason proposal

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In this trade proposal recently dished out by Bleacher Report, the Philadelphia 76ers acquire wing Mikal Bridges and veteran forward Dorian Finney-Smith from the Brooklyn Nets for three first-round picks, including this year, in 2026, and in 2030, as well as two second-round selections in 2027 and 2028.

Bridges, one of the hottest commodities in the trade market, has been a puzzling keeper for Brooklyn. The 27-year-old has struggled as the Nets’ de facto first option this season with his efficiency taking a hit from his increased usage, and his age simply doesn’t make him a viable cornerstone for a franchise looking to become relevant again.

Meanwhile, Dorian Finney-Smith enjoyed another productive season in Brooklyn as their resident 3-and-D enforcer in the starting lineup. One of the better one-on-one defenders in the league, he will undoubtedly have some suitors given his reasonable contract and in-demand skillset.

Now, how does this trade profile for both teams?