Philadelphia 76ers Player Rankings: Minor roster changes

Philadelphia 76ers, Alec Burks and Glenn Robinson (Photo by Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images)
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9. Mike Scott

February Stats: GP 9| MINS 12.6| FG% 40.6| 3P% 42.9| FT% 100.0| TRB 2.6| AST 0.4| STL 0.1| PF 0.7| TOV 0.4| PTS 4.3

Previous ranking: 10th

Despite having a terrible month shooting for the Philadelphia 76ers in January, Mike Scott had a bounce-back month in February. Scott’s role was a little inconsistent last month due to the multiple changes to the starting five. Once there is an established rotation when everyone is healthy, it will be interesting to see if Scott has a role and what type of role it will be.

8. Matisse Thybulle

February Stats: GP 11| MINS 17.9| FG% 45.9| 3P% 33.3| FT% 100.0| TRB 1.1| AST 0.8| BKL 0.5| STL 0.9| PF 2.1| TOV 0.3| PTS 3.7

Previous ranking: 7th

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It was a pretty solid month from Matisse Thybulle for the most part. The only real negative is that there was a three-game stretch in which he failed to score any points. Outside of that, he had a pretty good month shooting. He may have reduced role with the addition of Burks and Robinson, so Thybulle has to make the most of his minutes moving forward.

7. Josh Richardson

February Stats: GP 7| MINS 29.5| FG% 37.3| 3P% 25.0| FT% 57.1| TRB 4.4| AST 2.1| BKL 1.1| STL 1.0| PF 2.1| TOV 1.4| PTS 9.6

Previous ranking: 4th

Not only did Josh Richardson miss time due to an injury, when he did return he struggled. He came off the bench for a few games and struggled to shoot the ball. He only scored in double-digits in three games in February. It was clear that he wasn’t completely healthy at all during February despite playing. Hopefully, he can regain his health moving forward.