The Oklahoma City Thunder are reportedly sending George Hill to the Philadelphia 76ers in a three-team deal including the New York Knicks that will net them Tony Bradley, Austin Rivers, and the Sixers’ 2025 and 2026 second-round draft picks.
Hill was one of the more obvious trade chips in the NBA this season, acquired in the offseason by the rebuilding Thunder who prioritized managing his health and value with today’s trade deadline in view. The steady veteran point guard started 14 games for OKC before being sidelined with a thumb injury for the last 29 contests.
Bradley is a 23-year-old center on the last year of his rookie contract. Like the recently-acquired Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk, the Thunder will decide whether to extend a qualifying offer and make Bradley a restricted free agent this offseason. Rivers is a 28-year-old veteran who has bounced around with playoff-hopefuls in recent years, who may or may not stick with the Thunder for the rest of the season.
More trades are possible for OKC before the trade deadline this afternoon (2 p.m.). Stay tuned.