Philadelphia is sending the 34th pick in the 2020 draft, a lightly protected 2025 first-round pick, and the draft rights to Vasilije Micic to Oklahoma City.
The news broke that the center will be sent to the Thunder after spending just one of his four-year contract with the Sixers.
The Thunder will have three picks in the top 34 of Wednesday's draft, including Nos.
But in a year where so much has been turned upside down, Sixers fans had some insane news to discuss in the meantime - Al Horford is officially on the move.
Later Wednesday, the Minnesota Timberwolves reached an agreement with Oklahoma City to trade their 17th draft pick, Serbian forward Aleksej Pokusevski, for Rubio and the 25th and 28th picks, sources told ESPN.
The 27-year-old's stats were down in last year's Covid-affected season where he averaged 10.9 points and 9.3 rebounds per game, but he improved in the playoff bubble where he averaged a double-double before the Thunder were eliminated by the Houston Rockets.
With Horford now joining the Thunder, it's unlikely the organisation would hold on to him and Adams, who will both see themselves as starters, meaning once again talks of an Adams trade is on the table. The deal is guaranteed in 22-23 for $14.5 million.
Thunder general manager Sam Presti will add to his extensive pick collection with a staggering amount of first-round picks already in his collection.
The Thunder flipped Green to Philly after acquiring him from the Lakers.