6 Philadelphia 76ers who could be traded before the deadline

These 76ers could have new homes after the Feb. 8 trade deadline.

Philadelphia 76ers, Tobias Harris
Philadelphia 76ers, Tobias Harris / Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports
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1. Tobias Harris

Harris is playing 34.0 minutes per game and is the team’s third-leading scorer. He is a key piece of the Sixers' core, but Daryl Morey is always chasing the next star. Harris is on a $39.2 million expiring contract and figures to have value to multiple teams.

Finding a 6’8 forward who efficiently scores 17 points per game, rebounds well, makes plays, and can guard multiple positions is not easy. Harris has helped the 76ers make the playoffs five straight years and rarely misses a beat.

He is a productive player but is likely to be on the move in the offseason if the 76ers find a third star. Tyrese Maxey will get a max extension in restricted free agency, and the Sixers do not have unlimited funds. Tobias Harris will be the casualty, and the franchise could look to get something in return for him before the deadline.

The Philadelphia 76ers are a team to watch as the final buzzer approaches. They could go in several different directions and figure to be one of the most active teams in talks. Expect Morey to pull the trigger on some deal, and stay tuned to see what he can get done to maximize their title odds in 2024 and beyond.

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