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

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5. Trey Lyles, PF/C

Despite being a former lottery pick, Trey Lyles has never been more than a rotation player. He’s not the most consistent stretch big shooting wise, but the 6-foot-9 big is solid on both ends of the floor. Sacramento Kings are in a weird spot this offseason, it’s hard to tell if they will bring back the 26-year-old.

4. Jaylen Nowell, SG

Jaylen Nowell has developed into a solid 3-and-D shooting guard. The 22-year-old is still pretty young and has room to grow. The Minnesota Timberwolves would be wise to hang onto the 6-foot-4 shooting guard.

3. Naz Reid, C

Speaking of the Timberwolves, they also have their backup center Naz Reid who has a team option. Reid has developed into a reliable stretch five standing at 6-foot-9. He’s reliable on defense as well. It’s doubtful Minnesota will let the 22-year-old big man go this offseason.

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2. Jae’Sean Tate, F

Most contending teams would love to have the 6-foot-4 Jae’Sean Tate on their roster, but he’s on the rebuilding Houston Rockets. The 26-year-old is the ultimate swiss army knife on the court. The Rockets would be foolish to let him become a free agent.

1. Ivica Zubac, C

The 25-year-old Ivica Zubac has established himself as one of the more reliable centers in the NBA. The 7-footer is great in his role on both ends of the court. He’s the starting center for the Los Angeles Clippers so it’s pretty much for certain that they will retain him during free agency.

There aren’t too many free agent options for the Philadelphia 76ers on this big board, but if a few of the players become available then they are worth a look.

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