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The Philadelphia 76ers have acquired forward Tobias Harris from the Los Angeles Clippers in six-player trade that involves multiple draft picks, according to a report from Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.

Harris was among the most notable Western Conference All-Star snubs this season, with the 26-year-old forward averaging 20.7 points, 7.9 rebounds, and 2.7 assists across 54 games with the Clippers.

Trading Harris, the team's leading scorer whom the team reportedly meant to re-sign over the summer, could have been a gamble of sorts for the Clippers, after a rousing start to the season and a sudden decline in the past two months.

With the trade, the 76ers are now looking to be front runners for the Eastern division.

We'll continue to keep you posted on further trades in the National Basketball Association as the deadline nears tomorrow afternoon.

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He was the 76ers' main target, but they also get 221cm giant Boban Marjanovic and forward Mike Scott from the LA side. For the Clippers, this deal not only gives them valuable picks and potential trade assets, but allows them to commit to clearing cap space for two max-level players.

Harris is ready for the move - he tweeted on Wednesday morning a GIF from the opening credits of the 1990s sitcom The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air showing Will Smith's character playing basketball. They'll have big decisions in the summer, when Butler and Harris are both due for free agency, but for now, they're going to be really good.

The Sixers paid a steep future price to the Clippers, including rookie guard Landry Shamet, Philadelphia's own 2020 protected first-round pick and an unprotected 2021 first-round pick via the Miami Heat.

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


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