Sixers Trade Bruno Fernando To Hawks For Bone, Future Picks

JULY 7: The trade has been officially completed, according to a press release issued by the Hawks. Bone will be flipped to the Pistons by the Sixers.

JUNE 20: The Sixers selected Maryland big man Bruno Fernando with the No. 34 overall selection in this year’s draft, but he will not play in Philadelphia, per Shams Charania of The Athletic and Stadium, who tweets that the 76ers have traded Fernando to the Hawks for two future second-rounders and the No. 57 pick.

Kyle Neubeck of PhillyVoice reports that in addition to the No. 57 pick, Philadelphia will get Atlanta’s 2020 second-round pick (56-60 protected) and the most favorable of Atlanta’s, Charlotte’s, and Brooklyn’s 2023 second-round picks.

The Hawks were said to have interest in Fernando a little less than a month ago today, so it comes as no surprise that the team traded up into the top of the second round to draft the Maryland product.

Fernando averaged a double-double (13.6 PPG, 10.6 RPG) to go along with 1.9 BPG and a .607 FG% in 34 games for the Terrapins in 2018/19.

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5 thoughts on “Sixers Trade Bruno Fernando To Hawks For Bone, Future Picks

  1. Coach Him

    Sixers better have found the best defender to ever walk the face of the earth because they did nothing to get better and could lose both Butler and Harris. Could have gotten a pg to back up Simmons and why not a tire kick with Bol Bol?

  2. Z-A

    So….. about that depth. Got not since they traded away every single pick but one. At least they got a player I like.

  3. Same as last year. Drafted good depth pieces and then trades them away. This team is so frustrating.

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