Philadelphia 76ers: 2022 unrestricted free agent big board

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5. Bruce Brown, G/F

Bruce Brown has been the ultimate swiss army knife for the Nets. Originally a point guard at 6-foo-4, Brown has molded himself into a 3-and-D wing. At 25-year-old he will be entering his prime. Brown will be a hot name on the free agent market this offseason. There’s a good chance he might get overpaid.

4. Tyus Jones, PG

This past season, Tyus Jones proved to be one of the better backup point guards in the NBA. The 26-year-old showed he can run an offense at a high level while being a threat on both ends of the court. The 6-foot point guard will be earning starting level money this offseason from the Grizzlies or another team this summer.

3. Victor Oladipo, SG

Despite missing most of the season due to injury, Victor Oladipo showed flashes of his former All-Star self. After a full offseason to continue to get his body right, there’s a chance the 30-year-old could get close or return to his former All-Star form. Whether it be with the Heat or another team, Oladipo is bound to have a bigger role next year.

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2. Jalen Brunson, PG

The Dallas Mavericks point guard was one of the biggest surprise developments this past season. Jalen Brunson was a legit co-star to Luka Doncic this past year and the 25-year-old will get a nice payday as a result of it. There will be plenty of teams interested in the 6-foot-1 point guard’s services this offseason.

1. Zach LaVine, SG

Last but not least is the Bulls shooting guard Zach LaVine. The 27-year-old All-Star dealt with knee issues this season, but it’s clear he’s one of the best scorers in the NBA. The 6-foot-5 guard has been loosely connected to the Philadelphia 76ers this offseason so there’s faint hope for Philly fans.

That concludes this big board. Agree or disagree? Comment below if there’s a player that should be higher or lower.

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