The Philadelphia Sixers National Basketball Association’s club received two Golden State Warriors as a result of the exchange, ESPN journalist Adrian Wojnarovski tweeted.
According to the source, American defenders 26-year-old Golden State Warriors Glenn Robinson and 28-year-old Alec Burks became players of the Philadelphia Sixers. The Golden State received three peaks in the second round.
In 2011, Burks was drafted in the first round under number 12 by the Utah Jazz team. In July 2019, Alec signed a contract with Golden State Warriors. After the death of Kobe Bryant, he changed his game number from the 8th to the 20th. This season he took part in 48 matches, in which he averaged 16 points and made 5 rebounds and 3 assists.
Robinson also became a Warriors player in the summer by signing a two-year deal with the club. It was drafted by the Minnesota Timberwolves Club under number 40 in the 2014 NBA Draft. He already played for the Philadelphia Sixers team in 2015. This season he played 48 games for Golden State, in which he averaged 13 points and made 5 rebounds and 2 assists.