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Re: The Philadelphia 76ers 2022 Off-Season Thread

Posted: Fri May 13, 2022 10:20 pm
by BelmontShore
So much trash to take out.

Re: The Philadelphia 76ers 2022 Off-Season Thread

Posted: Sat May 14, 2022 11:32 am
by adamcru
BelmontShore wrote: Fri May 13, 2022 10:20 pm So much trash to take out.
Your prediction about Joel may come true. If I'm him, I seriously consider asking for a trade unless Morey and Brand pull a miracle out of their hat this offseason. Unless the guy is just ultra loyal to Philadelphia, he has to see he has no chance of winning a championship with this team unless something seriously changes very quickly. The fact that Morey is slobbering all over himself to have James Harden back after what he just showed tells me there isn't much to be excited about going forward. I feel bad for Maxey as well because he can be a real star in this league.

Re: The Philadelphia 76ers 2022 Off-Season Thread

Posted: Sat May 14, 2022 4:40 pm
by awfulstack
Woj said Lakers are still lurking on Doc and it will be important to see what happens when Doc meets with Morey, ownership to make sure they are aligned.

Kinda feels like he is leaving it open that maybe they decide they aren’t aligned and move on.

Doc for the Lakers 1st lol

Re: The Philadelphia 76ers 2022 Off-Season Thread

Posted: Sat May 14, 2022 5:34 pm
by BelmontShore
adamcru wrote: Sat May 14, 2022 11:32 am
BelmontShore wrote: Fri May 13, 2022 10:20 pm So much trash to take out.
Your prediction about Joel may come true. If I'm him, I seriously consider asking for a trade unless Morey and Brand pull a miracle out of their hat this offseason. Unless the guy is just ultra loyal to Philadelphia, he has to see he has no chance of winning a championship with this team unless something seriously changes very quickly. The fact that Morey is slobbering all over himself to have James Harden back after what he just showed tells me there isn't much to be excited about going forward. I feel bad for Maxey as well because he can be a real star in this league.
This thing with Embiid won't happen for 2 more years. He'll delay an extension and threaten FA to push a deal.

Re: The Philadelphia 76ers 2022 Off-Season Thread

Posted: Sun May 15, 2022 5:42 pm
by headclown
There is honestly only 1 major thing that can be done....trade Tobias. Not sure there is any interest. As a PF, he might be one of the worst rebounders for the position and the playoffs showed that once again.

My concern is that with Glenn Rivers coming back, then you my as well forget about Bassey and Reed getting any development.

Danny Green will miss most if not all of the season, especially at his age....and he is cooked anyway. His corner 3 is a weapon, but on defense he is just so slow and this injury wont help that.

The Ben Simmons situation has ruined this franchise and mostly due to what they chose to do. Trading for Harden will haunt this team, especially when I think there were better options earlier in the year.

Re: The Philadelphia 76ers 2022 Off-Season Thread

Posted: Sun May 15, 2022 10:03 pm
by rob630
Looking at this Celtics/Bucs series, you realize how far away the Sixers are from the top teams.

Re: The Philadelphia 76ers 2022 Off-Season Thread

Posted: Sun May 15, 2022 10:30 pm
by Christopher
Depressing that a championship is now a very reasonable possibility for the bleeping Celtics.

Re: The Philadelphia 76ers 2022 Off-Season Thread

Posted: Mon May 16, 2022 6:27 pm
by Christopher
DAVID MURPHY'S TAKE:

The Sixers don’t have a ton of flexibility to add those pieces, but they have some. Milton, Korkmaz, Thybulle, and Niang are on the books for a combined total of about $15 million in salary. In an ideal world, you’d be able to roll them into a trade that nets a wing or two who brings a better combination of defense and shooting. Trade Tobias Harris to a team with cap room, and the Sixers could have $12 to $15 million to spend in free agency. That would also leave them with an additional $5 million to spend using the Mid-Level Exception. All of this assumes Harden returns on his $47.3 million option. If the Sixers sign him to an extension at less that that number annually, they’d have even more flexibility to spend.

Re: The Philadelphia 76ers 2022 Off-Season Thread

Posted: Mon May 16, 2022 8:40 pm
by Buff
Christopher wrote: Mon May 16, 2022 6:27 pm DAVID MURPHY'S TAKE:

The Sixers don’t have a ton of flexibility to add those pieces, but they have some. Milton, Korkmaz, Thybulle, and Niang are on the books for a combined total of about $15 million in salary. In an ideal world, you’d be able to roll them into a trade that nets a wing or two who brings a better combination of defense and shooting. Trade Tobias Harris to a team with cap room, and the Sixers could have $12 to $15 million to spend in free agency. That would also leave them with an additional $5 million to spend using the Mid-Level Exception. All of this assumes Harden returns on his $47.3 million option. If the Sixers sign him to an extension at less that that number annually, they’d have even more flexibility to spend.

I'm telling you. Just wait and see what Morey has up his sleeve...

Re: The Philadelphia 76ers 2022 Off-Season Thread

Posted: Mon May 16, 2022 8:47 pm
by Buff
It was always about this offseason. Buckle up.