30. Theo Pinson, SG
I’ve written about Theo Pinson before as a potential free agent target as a member of the Dallas Mavericks. The 6-foot-5 wing has all the tools to be a solid 3-and-D wing, but doing so consistently has been the biggest problem for the 26-year-old. Could get a training camp invite from the Sixers and see if he can show he can be consistent.
29. Lindell Wigginton, PG
The Milwaukee Bucks found a solid young prospect in Lindell Wigginton last season. The 6-foot-2 point guard showed flashes of being able to develop into a rotational playmaker. While the 24-year-old shouldn’t be a prime target of the 76ers, he’s worth keeping an eye on.
28. Mac McClung, G
Mac McClung showed real promise as a two-way contract player on the Los Angele Lakers’ G-League affiliate the South Bay Lakers. The 6-foot-2 guard has real potential as a scorer in the G-League. If he becomes better defensively there’s a place for the 23-year-old in the league.
27. Trevelin Queen, SG
Trevelin Queen won G-League regular seasons and Finals MVP as a two-way player of the Rio Grande Valley Vipers, the Rockets affiliate club. The 6-foot-6 shooting has legit scoring talent and it’s only a matter of time before NBA take notice of the 25-year-old wing, if they hadn’t already. He’s certainly a prospect that could potentially help the Philadelphia 76ers.
26. Mason Jones, SG
When the Sixers waived Mason Jones last season, I was against it. However, they have a chance to correct that mistake and bring back the 6-foot-4 spark plug. Jones played for the Lakers this past year on a two-way deal and the 23-year-old was very productive in the G-League as well.