10 Players 76ers might replace Tobias Harris with by the trade deadline

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9. Spencer Dinwiddie

Dinwiddie is a solid rotation piece that could raise the 76ers floor. The 6’5 guard is comfortable coming off the bench or starting and is fresh off arguably the best year of his career. Dinwiddie shot over 40 percent from 3-point range in his 76 games with the Mavericks playing off Luka Doncic as he blended him in as a secondary creator and scorer.

Fans may worry about him co-existing with Joel Embiid, but that is nothing. Embiid and Dinwiddie both want to win and would do what it takes if they team up.

The Nets are a difficult team to read entering the 2023-24 season. They made the playoffs last year after trading away Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant, but Philadelphia easily swept them in the first round. Brooklyn hopes Mikal Bridges can become an All-Star, but is that enough to get them back to the postseason?

The Nets could be sellers by the trade deadline with multiple options available. Philadelphia could look to trade for multiple pieces, including Dinwiddie and a starting-caliber wing. It would cost them Tobias Harris and more, but it could allow the Sixers to keep a contending roster around Joel Embiid. Dinwiddie and Dorian Finney-Smith helped the Mavericks reach the conference finals in 2022, and both could join the Philadelphia 76ers before the deadline.