Marco Belinelli Reportedly Plans to Sign with 76ers After Hawks Contract Buyout


But, coach Mike Budenholzer had some nice words to say about the guard and was impressed at what he offered to his squad during his short time there. Atlanta was unable to trade Belinelli before Thursday's trade deadline, and now it appears he'll be bought out. He's a great teammate and smart.

Belinelli averaged 11.4 points for the Hawks this season. Wherever he ends up, he's going to help that team.

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Therefore, in today's perimeter-centric National Basketball Association, it wasn't expected to be long before he found a new home.

Belinelli's deal will be for the remainder of the season for the veteran's minimum, league sources said.

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The ESPN report adds the Sixers were able to lure the highly coveted Belinelli "with the promise of a significant role off the bench". Currently, the team is sitting in eighth place in the Eastern Conference with a 28-25 mark, 1.5 games ahead of the ninth place Detroit Pistons.

The move was announced before Friday night's game against Cleveland. Belinelli would provide an outside threat in addition to J.J. Redick, T.J. McConnell, Dario Saric and Robert Covington. The Sixers will be his ninth team played for.

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