NBA free agency starts at 6pm Tuesday night. The Sixers arent likely to be big time players for the high profile free agents that opted out (Chris Paul, Kawhi Leonard.) So here are 5 targets the cash strapped Sixers should target
Bobby Portis was a nice role player in the Bucks championship run. He averaged 11.4 PPG and 7.1 RPG. Portis declined his $3.8 million dollar player option.
Doug McDermott has turned himself into a nice backup guard in the league. He is coming off a season where he saw career highs in games started (29) and minutes per game (24.5) and he produced to the tune of 13.6 PPG.
If youre planning on keeping Ben Simmons, bringing in his countrymen Patty Mills isnt the worst idea in the world. Mills is a reliable backup, and averaged 10.8 PPG and 2.4 APG last season.
After Olynyk was bought out by Miami, he joined the Rockets and immediately became a starter for a bad team. In 24 starts with Houston he averaged 19 PPG and 8.4 RPG.
Bullock can fit many different roles with the Sixers, as a backup guard or small forward. While he was a starter for the Knicks, he would slide into a backup role with the Sixers. He averaged 10.9 PPG.