The LA Clippers acquired 10-time All-Star guard James Harden in a blockbuster trade with the Philadelphia 76ers on Monday night, sources told ESPN.

The 76ers sent Harden, P.J. Tucker and Filip Petrusev to the Clippers for Marcus MorrisRobert CovingtonNic BatumKJ Martin, a 2028 unprotected first-round pick, two second-round picks, a 2029 pick swap and an additional first-round pick that’ll be routed from a third team, sources told ESPN.

The Clippers and a third team were still finalizing those details late Monday night, sources said.

The Sixers will waive veteran guard Danny Green to create the roster space for the trade, sources said.

 

The Clippers landed Harden to partner with All-Star forwards Kawhi Leonard and Paul George, as well as guard Russell Westbrook, who played with Harden on the Oklahoma City Thunder and Houston Rockets. The Clippers and Sixers have been discussing a Harden trade since July, and they finally completed an agreement in the late hours of Monday night.