The Atlanta Hawks wanted to move on from veteran Marco Belinelli.
The Philadelphia 76ers want to make the playoffs and could use more shooting and wing depth.
The Hawks have reached a buyout with Belinelli and waived him, and once he clears waivers he is headed to Philly, reports Shams Charania of The Vertical at Yahoo Sports (confirmed by other sources since).
Belinelli brings some shooting — he’s hitting 37.2 percent from three this season — and some depth on the win to the Sixers, who could use both. He brings little else (the Hawks were -10.1 points per 100 possessions with him on the floor). However, the Sixers are thin on the bench and Belinelli provides an inexpensive guy to bring in, hit some shots and provide some floor spacing. It’s not a bad flier for the end of the season.