The National Basketball Association has completed its investigation into the Philadelphia 76s. The Pennsylvania club is reportedly stripped of second-round picks in the 2023 and 2024 drafts as a result of the trial.
The 66ers violated an NBA rule that forbids negotiating with free agents before the market officially opens.
In addition, the league’s investigation found no irregularities in James Harden’s nearly $15 million pay cut. But it was found that the club before a certain time began to negotiate with free agents Denuel House and PJ Tucker.