76ers get Harris in 10-piece deal

Sherman Parsons
February 7, 2019

The Clippers (30-25) wanted to move themselves into contention as players in the marketplace for stars wanting to get to the Los Angeles market, and the picks could go a long way to building a significant arsenal.

As the National Basketball Association trade deadline approaches, there is finally a blockbuster deal done in Los Angeles.

Per Wojnarowski, the Sixers will receive Harris, center Boban Marjanovic and forward Mike Scott.

With this trade, the Sixers are in a position to potentially re-sign both Harris and Jimmy Butler this offseason.

The full trade, first outlined by ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, kept coming clearer as supporting reports trickled in.

The Pistons and Bucks are reportedly "finalising" the trade ahead of Thursday's (Friday AEDT) deadline.

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Harris is making $14.8 million this season and will become a free agent at the end of the season. He averaging 20.9 points this season and shooting 43.4 percent from 3 while also grabbing 7.9 rebounds.

Yet L.A. has successfully set the franchise as another with the cap room necessary to sign two max-level free agents and have the youth and flexibility to hone their young players into a support role.

The Sixers also sent forwards Wilson Chandler, Mike Muscala, and 2021 and 2023 second-round picks to the Clippers in the trade.

After a loss to Toronto, Philadelphia (34-20) now sits at fifth in the Eastern Conference.

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