- Kelly Oubre Jr. has signed a one-year deal with the Philadelphia 76ers after playing two seasons with the Charlotte Hornets.
- The Hornets chose not to re-sign Oubre due to their focus on the youth movement and the drafting of Brandon Miller.
- This move allows the Hornets to develop their young talent and aim for a higher ceiling.
Former Hornets forward, Kelly Oubre Jr., has signed a one-year deal with the Philadelphia 76ers, ending his time in Charlotte. Oubre spent two seasons with the Hornets, averaging 17 points and 4.4 rebounds per game. However, the Hornets decided to move on from Oubre in order to prioritize the development of their young players. This move allows the Hornets to have a higher ceiling and embrace their youth movement. Meanwhile, the 76ers gain a talented forward who can contribute to their team.Read more at Swarm and Sting
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