The Philadelphia 76ers 2022 Off-Season Thread

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Gotta be some kind of moves coming. They've got too many players.
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3 year deal for a 37 year old?

Also they signed G league mvp Trevlin Queen
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[Woj:

Free agent G Trevelin Queen has agreed a deal with the Philadelphia 76ers, sources tell ESPN.]

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Kid is 6-6, shot 38% on 3s & is hyper athletic. That's encouraging. Maybe he backs up House at SF. He also has active hands on defense and in passing lanes.

Find a package for Thybulle and Korkmaz to open space behind House. Last time the 76ers purloined someone from the Houston Vipers, it was RoCo.
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Tucker, House & Queen are not enough.

Not with the deals ATL, MIN and others are making. A healthy Brogdon is a problem. Brogdon-Smart in the backcourt with Brown at SF, Tatum back to PF is a damn problem.
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BelmontShore wrote: Fri Jul 01, 2022 7:57 pm Tucker, House & Queen are not enough.

Not with the deals ATL, MIN and others are making. A healthy Brogdon is a problem. Brogdon-Smart in the backcourt with Brown at SF, Tatum back to PF is a damn problem.
I just really hope Daryl resists the urge to trade Maxey as part of any Durant trade. That’s the kind of awful asset management that would set us back for years.
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i would hate to see Maxey go but i'd understand the rationale if they did it. open a 3-4 year window with Embiid, Harden and Durant.

but itd be real hard to see Maxey blossom somewhere else. i think hes got superstar potential.
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[He'll sign a two-year contract with a player option for the second year, according to the report.

Exact terms of the deal wren't initially reported. Harden declined a $47.4 million option prior to the start of free agency amid reports that he intended to remain in Philadelphia. Based on that number, Harden will earn approximately $32 million next season.]

That's more palatable, all the way around. If he plays really well, he can choose to opt out, but if he's declining, he can accept and he becomes a $32m expiring contract at the trade deadline, 2024.
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i wouldnt "hell no" on durant, he's still kevin durant with all his issues. i would not want to give up Maxey but again, i can see the rationale.

i just dont see them beating a brown/smart package if Boston goes there.
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