The Philadelphia 76ers will have their second-round picks in the 2023 and 2024 NBA drafts taken away from them as a result of violating free agency rules by having early discussions with forwards P.J. Tucker and Danuel House Jr, the NBA announced Monday afternoon.

In its announcement, the league said the draft picks were taken away because the 76ers engaged in discussions with both players “prior to the date when such discussions were permitted.”

“The Philadelphia 76ers fully cooperated with the NBA’s investigation and acknowledge the league’s ruling,” the team said in a statement in the wake of the league’s announcement of the punishment. “We’re moving forward, focused on the season ahead.”

Philadelphia will still have a second-round pick in the 2023 NBA draft, as the 76ers will receive the most favorable pick of the Atlanta HawksBrooklyn Nets or Charlotte Hornets as part of earlier trades.