Philadelphia 76ers: 2022 restricted free agent big board

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Kevin Knox (Photo by Jacob Kupferman/Getty Images)
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25. Josh Okogie, SG

Prior to this season, Josh Okogie was a regular part of the Timberwolves rotation. He’s an above-average defender at 6-foot-4, but the 23-year-old is severally limited as a shooter. He would provide a solid defense for the 76ers, but he’s not the type of player Philly needs due to his lack of shooting.

24. Matt Thomas, SG

On the opposite spectrum is Matt Thomas who’s a solid shooter but can’t provide much resistance on the defensive end. The 6-foot-4 27-year-old has played for three teams in two seasons and last played for the Chicago Bulls. He could be an end-of-the-bench player for the Sixers if they want to go that route.

“I personally feel bad for Kevin Knox.”

23. Davon Reed, SG

Davon Reed could provide the Philadelphia 76ers a little bit of 3-and-D play at the shooting guard role. The 26-year-old played well for the Denver Nuggets last season on a two-way contract and could continue to be a solid role player next season. The 6-foot-5 wing could be a nice little addition for any team this offseason.

22. Kevin Knox, F

I personally feel bad for Kevin Knox. He went to a horrible organization in the New York Knicks to begin his career. It’s clear the 22-year-old former lottery pick has lost all of his confidence with the Hawks last year and could use a fresh start in Philly. At 6-foot-7, there’s still time to develop him into a solid role player.

21. Gary Clark, F

Gary Clark is also another former member of the Philadelphia 76ers who played for the New Orleans Pelicans last season. However, the 6-foot-6 guard isn’t a player I’d want back on the roster. It’s true that the 27-year-old is a great defender, he’s struggled with his shot during his career and that’s not something the Sixers need.