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According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports, the Philadelphia 76ers will be sending Glen Rice Jr., chosen with pick No. 35, to the Washington Wizards.
Coming back to Philadelphia will be picks No. 38 and 54.
This deal really had legs though, as the No. 38 pick, Nate Wolters, was sent by the 76ers to the Milwaukee Bucks.
That brought Providence's Ricky Ledo, No. 43, to Philadelphia. However, the 76ers weren't done, as they sent Ledo to the Dallas Mavericks.
This whole ordeal is explained by Andy Katz of ESPN. However, Katz clarifies that the Dallas Mavericks have indeed acquired Ledo.
How Ledo got to the Mavericks? ESPN's Tim MacMahon explains things a little more clearly.
The 76ers get real creative and pick up a couple valuable picks in the process.
Dallas picks up a wild unknown in Ledo, who didn't play a collegiate game due to an issue with his high school transcripts. In exchange, the Mavericks gave away a second-round pick for next year, previously acquired from the Brooklyn Nets, via the Boston Celtics.
The Milwaukee Bucks snuck in here and grabbed an intriguing second-round pick in Wolters. Wolters led the South Dakota State Jackrabbits to the NCAA tournament his junior and senior seasons, while averaging north of 20 points per game.
Glen Rice Jr. probably has the least risk of the players in the trade. He winds up with the Wizards, where he will have an opportunity to fight for minutes behind Bradley Beal and other Washington swingmen. Rice averaged 14.5 points and 6.6 rebounds per game for the Rio Grande Valley Vipers of the D-League last season.
Philadelphia Grade: Incomplete
Since we still don't know the full parameters of this deal, it is unknown what the 76ers have gotten in exchange for Ledo.
Dallas Grade: A-
You have to really like this move for the Mavs. They haven't disclosed what they will give up for Ledo, but he has the highest upside of any player drafted this late.
Milwaukee Grade: A-
The Bucks are going to be looking high and low for potential point guards next season. They could be losing Brandon Jennings, Monta Ellis and J.J. Redick in free agency, giving Wolters a good shot to fight for playing time.
Washington Grade: B+
The Wizards come away with a player that owns profesional experience in Glen Rice Jr. That has to be worth something when it comes to training camp and the summer league.