Eric Maynor was traded to the Sixers in a three-team deal on Thursday.

The Sixers also received a second-round pick next year from the Wizards and a second-round pick from Denver in 2016.

Maynor, 26, was a former first-round pick who has pretty much been a back-up for most of his career.  He a solid back-up with the Blazers last season and the Thunder during his first three seasons in the league.  However, this season he has not played well with the Wizards - shooting 29.2 percent from the field and has played just 9.3 minutes per game as John Wall's backup.

Drafted 20th overall by the Utah Jazz in 2009, it was the same draft that produced Jrue Holiday who the Sixers drafted 17th overall.

He should compete with Tony Wroten as a back-up to Michael Carter-Williams.