10. Derrick Rose, PG
Derrick Rose was once the most athletic point guard in the NBA and an MVP. Then after multiple knee injuries, he turned himself into an elite sixth man, but this past season, he rode the bench for most of the season for the New York Knicks. Rose, might have something left, but unless he’s willing to take a minimum deal, he might not be worth the risk for the Philadelphia 76ers.
9. Lamar Stevens, F
Due to Lamar Stevens being a Philadelphia native, that alone should interest the 76ers. Stevens is a defensive menace on the perimeter standing at 6-foot-6 and able to guard multiple positions. The issue with Stevens is his lack of outside shooting. If he could, he’d be the full-time starter for the Cleveland Cavaliers, but there’s still a chance he’s back there next season regardless.
8. Xavier Tillman, C
The last thing the Sixers need is an undersized center, which at 6-foot-8 is what Xavier Tillman is. He’s a great third-string center for the Memphis Grizzlies and it doesn’t seem likely that the Memphis Grizzlies will let him become a free agent.
7. Miles McBride, G
Before the New York Knicks traded for Josh Hart, Miles McBride was beginning to break into the Knicks rotation. The 6-foot-2 point guard’s stats aren’t eye-popping, but he can run an offense and he’s an impressive defender. There’s no reason why the Knicks won’t bring him back.
6. Naji Marshall, SF
At 6-foot-7, Naji Marshell is a versatile defender for the New Orleans Pelicans. He’s not a great 3-point shooter but provides value to the coming off the bench. He’s on a cheap deal worth 1.9 million next season if his option is exercised. It’s unlikely he will become available to the 76ers.