This is rather a question about git and the concept of git than on Sourcetree and Bitbucket Server.
Short Answer: No, you cannot.
The basic principle of git is to work on local repositories, where you commit to directly. As git is a distributed version control system, you can define remote repositories to synchronize your local repository with.
You might write a script or define a git alias to do both actions in one step - nevertheless you need a local repository
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