While the Sixers starters are well known, the bench is a group of players that are not household names. One of those guys is Darius Morris. Morris has been in Los Angeles for the past two seasons after being taken 41st overall in 2011 by the Lakers. He has not seen much court time in his two seasons averaging only 13 minutes in two seasons. Morris is a decent shooter at 40 percent and above average 37 percent from three. At 6’4 he can play the point and shooting guard positions and could prove to be a nice asset for Brett Brown off the bench. His biggest competition for minutes will be Tony Wroten and the local boy Khaliff Wyatt. Morris is a young player that under the tutelage of Brown could become a decent bench player in the NBA.