5 Players Tyrese Maxey should be recruiting during All-Star weekend

Maxey should getting in the ear of these players about joining the 76ers at All-Star weekend.

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Paul George

The oldest player on this list, Paul George is another guy currently playing for one of the best teams in the association, so the motivation for him to leave will be lower. His teammate, Kawhi Leonard, recently signed an extension with the LA Clippers to keep the team's championship window open.

George would reportedly like to get an extension of his own to re-join Kawhi for the years to come in his home of Southern California, but nothing has been finalized yet. As of right now, he has a player option for next season. If the Clippers see yet another disappointing finish in the postseason, it is not unreasonable to think he could open his options up and see what is out there when summer rolls around.

Jaylen Brown

Acting as one half of one of the top one-two punches in the NBA right now, Jaylen Brown has once again been having a fantastic season and has earned an All-Star bid in three of the last four seasons. He and Jayson Tatum's three-level scoring ability spearheads the attack for one of the top offenses in the NBA.

Brown is in the last year of his current deal, but he recently signed a five-year, $304 million deal to remain with the Boston Celtics. Jaylen would probably be the least likely player for the 76ers to acquire on this list, simply for the fact they would have to accommodate his massive contract. But there would still be no harm in Tyrese Maxey working overtime on trying to get him to Philadelphia.

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