30. LaMarcus Aldridge, C
Despite being 36-yeas-old, LaMarcus Aldridge proved he can still put up big scoring numbers for the Nets this past year. The down part to the 6-foot-11 big man’s game at this point in his career is his defense rebounding. However, he’d be a great veteran to have on the bench even if his offense does regress next year.
29. Danuel House Jr., SF
Despite starting out as an undrafted free agent, Danuel House Jr. has become a solid 3-and-D wing in the NBA. The 28-year-old played for three teams this year which included the Houston Rockets, New York Knicks, and Jazz. At 6-foot-6, House would give the 76ers size on the perimeter too.
28. Jeremy Lamb, G/F
Due to playing for two lottery teams in the Indiana Pacers and Sacramento Kings this past season, Jeremy Lamb didn’t have his best season as a result. The 30-year-old has been a solid two-way player for his career. Maybe a change of scenery is what the 6-foot-5 wing needs and the Philadelphia 76ers could rejuvenize his career.
27. Dewayne Dedmon, C
Dewayne Dedmon should be a potential free agent target this offseason for the Sixers. The 7-foot 32-year-old has been a stabilizing piece of the Miami Heat during their playoff run. He’s a two-way big man who provides a veteran presence for any team.
26. Delon Wright, G
The 30-year-old combo guard played well for the Atlanta Hawks this past season. The 6-foot-5 defensive guard was a good backup for Trae Young this past season while providing solid floor spacing as well. Delon Wright isn’t a great offensive threat, but he’s a good defender and can run an offense.