The Philadelphia 76ers have had an active offseason thus far. Despite not making a draft selection, they did come away De’Anthony Melton and undrafted rookie Julian Champagnie. They’ve also signed free agent P.J. Tucker, Danuel House Jr., Trevelin Queen, and Michael Foster Jr.
That’s not including the unofficial signing of James Harden, although it’s been reported about roughly what he will make. It feels like the Sixers should be done making deals but not necessarily. They have more than enough players to make another deal or two if they so choose to do so.
The Philadelphia 76ers might not be done making moves this offseason.
The easiest move the 76ers could make would be to sign more players to Exhibit 10 deals just like like they did with Foster. There are surely players on this summer league roster that Philly shouldn’t mind bringing in for training camp.
The Sixers could also try to trade several roles players too. Matisse Thybulle could be near the top of that list as it was rumored earlier this offseason that the Chicago Bulls would be interested in the defensive star.
Other players Tobias Harris, Shake Milton, and Furkan Kormaz could be available in a trade for the right price. The 76ers have a great core in Harden, Joel Embiid, and Tyrese Maxey. They need to maximize the roster around them for this upcoming season. That’s the reason why they should continue to be open to trades.
The Philadelphia 76ers have already made significant roster upgrades this offseason, but that shouldn’t stop that to continue to search for the best deal moving forward.