Just days after being sent to Oklahoma City Thunder, Danny Green is on the move again.
The Thunder struck a deal with the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday night – just hours before the 2020 NBA draft – to send Green and send Terrance Ferguson to Philadelphia in exchange for veteran big man Al Horford and a pair of drafts, according to Adrian from EPSN Войнаровски.
The Thunders received a first-round selection in 2025 in the deal and No. 34 overall in Wednesday’s draft.
Sixers are sending a slightly defensive pick for the first round in 2025 and the 34th overall pick in tonight̵7;s draft, ESPN sources said. The thunderbolts also sent Terrance Ferguson to the Sixers with Green. https://t.co/sDCfPo4T4L
– Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) November 18, 2020
The 76ers also sent the rights of Serbian star Vasilije Micic, 26, to the Thunderbolts in the deal, to Voynarovski.
Green was sent to Oklahoma City along with No. 28 in the election on Wednesday earlier this week in place of guard Dennis Schroeder. Green averaged eight points and 3.3 rebounds per game last season in Los Angeles as he helped the Lakers reach the title.
Ferguson averaged 3.9 points and 1.3 rebounds per game in Oklahoma City last season, his third in the league.
Horford made 11.9 points and 6.8 rebounds per game last season in Philadelphia, his 13th in the league and first with 76 after a three-year stay in Boston. The 34-year-old is just one year in a four-year, $ 109 million deal he signed to land in Philadelphia.
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