The Philadelphia 76ers are one of the most storied franchises in the National Basketball Association, having won three World Championships, earning nine trips to The Finals and making 48 playoff appearances over 69 seasons. However, sources told the Inquirer, the trade won't be completed in the coming days because the Sixers are working on another move. The amount was $1 million, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
The Philadelphia 76ers were involved in a series of moves today, signing 2017 second-round draft pick Jonah Bolden to a four-year contract worth $7 million, while losing another young big man in the process. Bolden reiterated that to the Inquirer on July 5. However, the Sixers didn't have a roster spot available for the Australian. He played last season with the Israeli club, Maccabi Tel Aviv.
Bolden rejoined the 76ers for Summer League for the second straight year where he went on to average 6.5 points and 6 rebounds per game. He used the National Basketball Association out clause in his contract to join the Sixers this season.
He was the 37th overall pick in the 2015 National Basketball Association draft.