According to information released this Sunday, Philadelphia 76ers was ordered to pay the sum of $3 million (€2.7 million) to the New Orleans Pelicans last season. According to The Philadelphia Inquirer, the fine reflects the fact that the Sixers have not revealed the injury of Jrue Holiday, at the time of exchange with the sixth selection Draft 2013, Nerlens Noel.

According to the daily, the All-Star point guard suffered from a stress fracture of the right tibia. An injury that limited his performance the past two years, with only 74 games played with the Pelicans, 40 games this year, 34 the year before although the Sixers were aware of his physical troubles and did not inform the Pelicans of this problem in order to set up a deal.

For now, Sam Hinkie, General Manager of the franchise, declined to comment on the report and management of 76ers denied this. Hoping especially that Jrue Holiday regain all of its physical means in the future …

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