Philadelphia 76ers: 2022 team-option free agent big board

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10. Frank Jackson, G

In a shallow free agent pool of players with team options, Frank Jackson is one of the best spark plug scorers on this list. It’s true the 6-foot-3 point guard is inefficient as a 3-point shooter and playmaker, but he has found a home on the rebuilding Pistons. There’s no reason to think that they won’t bring back the 24-year-old for one more season.

9. Isaiah Roby, PF/C

In three seasons with the Oklahoma City Thunder, Isaiah Roby has developed into a solid stretch big. The 6-foot-8 power forward still needs to improve as a defender and rebounder, but the potential is there to be a solid role player. It’s doubtful that the Thunder will let the 24-year-old become an unrestricted free agent this offseason.

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8. Mike Muscala, PF/C

Mike Muscala is one of two players on this list that have Philadelphia 76ers ties. The 6-foo-10 forward played for Philly for part of the 2018-19 season. He’s a 30-year-old veteran stretch big man who isn’t a part of the Thunder’s future, so there’s a chance his option could be terminated. If that does happen, he might not be the best fit for the 76ers.

7. Oshae Brissett, PF/C

For the past two seasons, Oshae Brissett has been a diamond in the rough for the Indiana Pacers. The 6-foot-7 forward is a versatile defender and has been growing on the offensive end. At 23-years-old, the big man is still young enough to be a part of their rebuild. Don’t be surprised if they bring him back.

6. Shake Milton, G

The Philadelphia 76ers have a decision to make on Shake Milton this offseason. Despite injury problems last season, the 6-foot-5 guard is a quality sparkplug scorer off the bench when allowed to be. He’s a cheap talent that the Sixers should bring back next year.