20 former Philadelphia 76ers free agent options 2022 offseason

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15. Mason Jones, SG: Philadelphia 76ers tenure (2020-21)

I had Mason Jones ranked 26th on my restricted free agent big board. As I wrote in that article, I wouldn’t mind having the spark plug scorer return to the 76ers. However, he might find a bigger role elsewhere.

14. Gary Clark, F: Philadelphia 76ers tenure (2020-21)

Like Jones, I had Gary Clark on my restricted free agent big board at the 21st spot. While I had him ranked higher on that big board, I don’t like his fit on the current Sixers roster. His lack of 3-point shooting doesn’t work for Philly.

13. Lou Williams, SG: Philadelphia 76ers tenure (2005-12)

It’s clear that one of the NBA’s best sixth men of All-Time is near the end of his career. Lou Williams struggled with his scoring last season at the age of 35 with the Atlanta Hawks. If the 76ers were to bring him back, the 6-foot-1 guard would be best used as a veteran presence.

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12. Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot, G/F: Philadelphia 76ers tenure (2016-18)

I’ve written about Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot as a potential free agent before. He does fill the 76ers need for a 3-and-D wing standing at 6-foot-7. Philly should be able to afford to pay the 27-year-old as well due to his low usage with the Hawks last year.

11. Raul Neto, PG: Philadelphia 76ers tenure (2019-20)

For the past two seasons, Raul Neto has been a quality backup point guard for the Washington Wizards. The 30-year-old should be able to find work in the NBA despite his liabilities on defense due to his 6-foot-1. I’m not a big fan of being Neto back to Philly, but there are far worst options than him.