The 76ers trade between Danny Green and the Grizzlies as part of the Milton trade

Sun Charania: Sources: The 76ers moved Danny Green and No. 23 to Memphis as part of the trade to acquire Milton.
source: Twitter @ShamsCharania

What is the hype on Twitter?

Mark Giannotto @mgiannotto
Dwight Howard, Ragon Rondo, Patrick Beverly, Kyle Korver, Andre Iguodala, maybe Danny Green… I’m sure I’ve forgotten some other names from Zach Kleiman’s graveyard that have well-known names that the Grizzlies have had and haven’t played with the Grizzlies in the past few years. – 10:37 PM

Tom Mor @TomMoorePhilly
#NBA Story: #Sixers’ Trade Pick #23 and Danny Green for goalkeeper De’Anthony Melton of #Grizzlies: #76ers PM

Mark Dix @MarkDeeksNBA
Unaffected by the inclusion of Danny Green. Most of the season will be missed and greatly diminished, it’s name recognition and salary stuffing rather than poignant inclusion. There is a chance of a wind after 35 seconds but little to suggest it is imminent. – 10:26 pm

vertical @YahooSportsNBA
The 76ers trade Danny Green and pick No. 23 David Roddy versus the Grizzlies for De’Anthony Melton, per Tweet embed. PM

K Carlin @K Carlin
Your Philadelphia Fast-Focus Newsletter Acquires De’Anthony Melton from Grizzlies for Danny Green and 23rd Choice #Sixers… via Tweet embed10:25 PM

Chris Herrington @Chris Herrington
Danny Green tore two ligaments in the playoffs. It’s in this deal to match the contract. – 10:24 PM

Noah LeVeque @Noah LeVeque
The Sixers acquired De’Anthony Melton in exchange for picks #23 (David Roddy) and Danny Green – confirming Tweet embed.
Daryl Morey Green added on his first draft night with The Sixers, and traded him in a deal with 24-year-old Milton two years later. – 10:23 PM

John Hollinger @johnhollinger
Six people need to send an outside salary to Memphis, which I think would be Danny Green? You’ll have to guarantee that, though, unless there are other scams in the works. – 10:21 PM

Keith Bombay @PompeyOnSixers
Six players send No. 23 picks David Rudy and Danny Green to Memphis instead of DeAnthony Milton, according to sources. – 10:20 PM

Derek Bodner @Derek Bodner
Adding a Milton contract ($8.25 million this year, $8 million next year) in place of Green’s non-governmental deal makes unlimited MLE use nearly impossible. It’s a good trade-off, but it’s worth a mention.
It also means that Danny Green is getting a dollar, which is nice to see after the injury. – 10:20 PM

Rob Perez @WorldWideWob
Danny Green. – 10:19 pm

Rich Hoffman @rich_hofmann
Sixers sent Danny Green and 23 to De’Anthony Melton, per source. – 10:19 pm

Shams Al-Sharaniyah @Shams – Republic
Sources: The 76ers moved Danny Green and No. 23 to Memphis as part of the trade to acquire De’Anthony Melton. – 10:18 pm

Jake Fisher @Jekyllfisher
Danny Green is heading to Memphis, according to the source. – 10:18 pm

Kyle Newbeck @Kyle Newbeck
Danny Green and 23 for Milton, source says – 10:18 pm

K Carlin @K Carlin
You have cooperated with Tweet embed To come up with 5 deals Philly can make to move Danny Green and the 23rd pick in tonight’s draft #Sixers… via Tweet embed1:38 pm

More about this story

The team’s interest in Tucker appears genuine. The financials get a little complicated when you consider the Sixers cap position and the fact that Tucker is said to be picking a $7.35 million player with the Heat for the 2022-23 season. The notion that the Sixers could only move Thybulle and/or Green to create space for Tucker’s signature isn’t, per source. The team still views Thybulle as a valuable player, and as Kyle Neubeck of The PhillyVoice previously reported, they won’t be looking to part with the All-Defensive Team player twice. – via 23, 2022

The Sixers also shop Shake Milton, Furkan Korkmaz and Danny Green. – Via The Philadelphia Inquirer / June 22, 2022

The Philadelphia 76ers are shopping for 23rd heavily with Danny Green to add an influential player who can contribute immediately. Hardy, or someone else Philadelphia chooses, can be on the move. — via HoopsHype / June 18, 2022

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