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Philadelphia 76ers NBA 2022-23 Roster

The Philadelphia 76ers currently have 19 players under contract, 17 on one-way deals, and two more, Julian Champagnie and Charlie Brown Jr., signed to two-way deals. Check out here the Philadelphia 76ers NBA 2022-23 Roster.

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Last updated: 04.10.2022
Philadelphia 76ers NBA 2022-23 Roster

The Philadelphia 76ers currently have 19 players under contract, 17 on one-way deals, and two more, Julian Champagnie and Charlie Brown Jr., signed to two-way deals.

As things presently stand, the Philadelphia 76ers only have 10 players under contract for the 2023-24 NBA season:

Joel Embiid, Tobias Harris, P.J. Tucker, De’Anthony Melton, Furkan Korkmaz, Tyrese Maxey, Danuel House, Jaden Springer, Trevelin Queen, and Charles Bassey.

Now granted, James Harden could theoretically be on the team too, as he is expected to sign a one-plus-one at some point in the not-too-distant future, but as things presently stand, Matisse Thybulle, Georges Niang, Isaiah Joe, Paul Reed, Shake Milton, and both of the team’s two-way players are set to become either restricted or unrestricted free agents.

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No.

Player

Pos

Ht

Wt

Birth Date

Exp

College


Georges Niang

PF

6-7

230

June 17, 1993

6

Iowa State


Montrezl Harrell

C

6-7

240

January 26, 1994

7

Louisville


James Harden

SG

6-5

220

August 26, 1989

13

Arizona State


Michael Foster Jr.

F

6-8

250

January 16, 2003

R



Danuel House Jr.

SF

6-6

220

June 7, 1993

6

Texas A&M


P.J. Tucker

SF

6-5

245

May 5, 1985

11

Texas


Julian Champagnie  (TW)

F

6-8

220

June 29, 2001

R

St. John's


Trevelin Queen

PG

6-6

190

February 25, 1997

1

College of Marin, New Mexico Military Institute, New Mexico State


Charles Bassey

C

6-11

235

October 28, 2000

1

Western Kentucky


Furkan Korkmaz

SG

6-7

202

July 24, 1997

5



Joel Embiid

C

7-0

280

March 16, 1994

6

Kansas


Jaden Springer

PG

6-4

204

September 25, 2002

1

Tennessee


Paul Reed

PF

6-9

210

June 14, 1999

2

DePaul


Tyrese Maxey

SG

6-2

200

November 4, 2000

2

Kentucky


Isaiah Joe

SG

6-4

165

July 2, 1999

2

Arkansas


De'Anthony Melton

PG

6-2

200

May 28, 1998

4

USC


Tobias Harris

PF

6-8

226

July 15, 1992

11

Tennessee


Shake Milton

SG

6-5

205

September 26, 1996

4

SMU


Matisse Thybulle

SG

6-5

201

March 4, 1997

3

Washington


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All things considered, that isn’t all that alarming; the Sixers entered the 2022 NBA offseason with two open roster spots after saying goodbye to Paul Millsap and DeAndre Jordan in free agency, and they were easily able to fill them with four new players signed to one-way contracts. But with the team projected to be over the cap yet again in the summer of 2023, the team will once again find themselves with few opportunities to fill out their rotation, with just the (presumably) taxpayer mid-level exception and veteran minimum deal on the table.

Fortunately, even without a first-round pick, as it has already been traded to the Brooklyn Nets and then re-routed to the Utah Jazz for Royce O’Neal, the ability to bring over a then-23-year-old Filip Petrusev on as long as a four-year, rookie minimum deal, the Sixers can effectively look at the 6-foot-10 sharpshooting forward as a pre-selected draft selection in their back pocket, with the potential to slot right in as a bottom-of-the-rooster reserve who can work his way into the rotation with each passing season.

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