Philadelphia 76ers: 2022 restricted free agent big board

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20. Facundo Campazzo, PG

At 31-year-olds, Facundo Campazzo is the oldest player on this list. The 5-10 point guard is a good floor general, but inconsistent shooter and defense are his main issues during his Nuggets tenure. However, he’s still a prospect that the Sixers should keep an eye on moving forward.

19. Bol Bol, PF/C

Injuries have been the bain of 7-foot-2 Bol Bol‘s NBA career. It’s fair to assert that the 22-year-old has one of the highest ceilings in terms of potential on this list. If the 76ers want to take a low-risk /high-reward move in free agency, the Orlando Magic’s big man might be that player to do it for.

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18. Eric Paschall, PF

At 6-foot-6 Eric Paschall has become the typical small-ball power forward. If he was more efficient as an outside shooter and defender then he’d earn more attention in free agency. The 25-year-old isn’t an ideal role player, but the 76ers could do much worst than the Utah Jazz’s big man.

17. Aaron Holiday, PG

It would be awesome if the Philadelphia 76ers could have the third and youngest Holiday to sign with them making all three current or former brothers apart of the franchise’s history. Despite Aaron Holiday being a defensive liability, the 6-foot point guard can be a spark plug of offense off the bench. The 25-year-old should be in the price range of the Sixers if they pursue the former Phoenix Suns backup.

16. Troy Brown Jr., SF

Troy Brown Jr. looked like a quality 3-and-D wing for the Bulls. At 6-foot-6, Brown Jr. has the quality size to defend, and this past season, he was solid enough as a 3-point shooter. At 22-years-old, Brown Jr. still has time to develop. He might be worth the investment from the Sixers perspective.