ESPN's Marc Stein reports the Sixers have agreed to trade Arnett Moultrie to the New York Knicks for Travis Outlaw, a future second-round pick and rights to swap another second-round pick. Outlaw is expected to be released by the Sixers.
Moultrie, 23, was the 27th overall pick in the 2012 NBA and the Sixers traded Justin Hamilton and a future second-round pick to Miami for his rights. Miami then traded the pick to the Boston Celtics who hold the rights to the pick for 2015 should it fall outside the lottery.
The 6'11" Moultrie appeared in only 59 games over the past two seasons for a variety of reasons including injury and poor conditioning. He averaged 3.6 points and 3.1 rebounds in 12.4 minutes of action in his NBA career.
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