The Philadelphia Sixers pulled off another trade.

The team announced that they've sent power forward Jason Thompson to the Golden State Warriors in exchange for Gerald Wallace and "draft considerations."

Thompson's return to the Philadelphia area was short lived as he was traded to the 76ers along with Nik Stauskas and Carl Landry in a salary dump transaction.

Wallace, a 14-year veteran, has appeared in 832 career regular season games, averaging 12 points, six rebounds, two assists and over one steal in 30 minutes per game. He has also appeared in 33 career playoff games.

According to Keith Pompey, the Sixers will now have the right to swap their first round picks from Miami and Oklahoma City with Golden State's first round pick in 2016.

More optionality for Sam Hinkie.

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