UPDATE: the trade is now official.
— Philadelphia 76ers (@Sixers) December 11, 2014
The Brooklyn Nets are expected to finalize the trade of veteran forward Andrei Kirilenko to the Philadelphia Sixers.
The swap, according to multiple reports, should be completed Thursday.
AK-47 will be waived by the Sixers, and his future in the NBA is now in doubt:
Andrei Kirilenko, I've been told, is done playing in the NBA for now. He could end up on a roster later this season but that's iffy too.
— Jeff Zillgitt (@JeffZillgitt) December 11, 2014
Trade details, via Yahoo! Sports:
The Brooklyn Nets have reached agreement on a deal to unload forward Andrei Kirilenko onto the Philadelphia 76ers, sparing the franchise nearly $11 million in salary and luxury tax, league sources said.
The 76ers will send forward Brandon Davies to the Nets and acquire a 2020 second-round pick in the deal, as well as the right to swap second-round picks with Brooklyn in the 2018 draft. The Nets will likely include guard Jorge Gutierrez in the deal, a league source said.
Kirilenko has had a decorated NBA and international basketball career. He was an All-Star for the Utah Jazz in 2004 and made the first-team All-Defense team in 2006. In 12 NBA seasons, he’s played with the Jazz, Minnesota Timberwolves and Nets.