NBA Trade Deadline: Sixers reportedly add Buddy Hield, Cam Payne in separate deadline deals

The Philadelphia 76ers added guards Buddy Hield and Cam Payne in a pair of NBA Trade Deadline deals. 

Philadelphia sent Marcus Morris, Furkan Korkmaz and three second-round draft picks to Indiana, ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reports.

Heild, 31, has played in 52 games with the Pacers this season and is averaging 4.4 points per game with a .384% three point percentage. 

Morris, a Philadelphia native who was recently awarded the key to the city, will join his eighth team in his 13-year NBA career.

Korkmaz was one of the longest tenured Sixers after being signed by the team in the summer of 2017.

The Sixers also have reportedly added point guard Cameron Payne in a trade with the Milwaukee Bucks for Patrick Beverley. 

Payne, 29, is averaging 15 minutes this season with just over two points and assists per game.

Philadelphia dealt Danuel House along with a second round draft pick to the Detroit Pistons. 

The Sixers appear to be using the move to shed cash to go after a buy-out eligible player without surpassing the tax line, according to ESPN.