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Sixers 2 Summer Leagues

So, after having watched every Sixers S.L. game so far from both Orlando and LV, I think the following players are keepers into the Pre-season and upcoming regular season. Any other Sixers SL tryouts not on this list can't play for squat to even make the D-League. Just wanna get a sense of what fellow Sixers fans think:

Nerlens Noel
Ron Roberts Jr.
Jakarr Sampson
Casper Ware
Hollis Thompson
Jerami Grant
KJ McDaniels
Jordan Mcrae
Sean Kilpatrick, and
Travis Bader (MAYBE)

If I miss anyone else who you think should get a Sixers contract, then please feel free to include him here.


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Haven't seen the Sixer's game outside of the first Orlando game

How has Jakarr Sampson looked. He is Arkon SVSM kid and I bet if he is cut he finds his way to the Cavs D League team.

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He looked good for the rest

He looked good for the rest of the Orlando Summer League. He's a hustler who plays better than any of the other scrubs on the LV squad (outside of Mcrae & Kilpatrick, that is). Sixers should've included him in Vegas as well. Surprised they didn't drag him and RRJr. along.

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Jerami Grant has looked more

Jerami Grant has looked more raw than Bruno Caboclo...aside from his outstanding leaping ability, he is so unrefined and multiple years away from contributing, he really doesn't provide a whole lot...It'll be interesting to see what they do with him

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depth chart

Guards: MCW, Wroten, McRae

Forwards: Nerlens Noel, Thad Young, KJ McDaniels

anyone else is useless. I don't think Grant, Roberts, and Sampson will contribute meaningfully to the NBA squad.

Your starting 5: 1, MCW...2, Wroten...3, KJ McDaniels...4, Thad Young...5, Nerlens Noel.

Wroten, McRae, off the bench. MCW might be your best rebounder.

Right now the draft McD and trade for Gary Harris and Nurkic (a big body) is looking really nice.

I can't wait for next year though I am nervous about Embiid's immediate impact. At least he can rebound!

Sixers and Bucks battling for worst record in the NBA this year. Mudiay and Oubre here we come!

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What about Stanley Johnson on the wing

next year.

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Agree somewhat

I'm not sold on Casper Ware as a set up guy. I don't think Bader and Kilpatrick get a look with McRae and McDaniels really playing the 2 IMO.

If you wanted a shooter who can also run point I'd sign Jimmer for peanuts

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Nerlens-Starter Roberts-Train

Nerlens-Starter

Roberts-Training camp invite. Could make roster

Sampson-Could be on roster bubble

Ware-Don't want him

Hollis-Will make team and may start

Grant-Likely to spend plenty of time in DLeague

McDaniels-Could compete to start this year but more because of state of roster than anything

McRae-Should make roster and contribute on 2nd unit

Kilpatrick-Deserves camp invite

Bader-Euro player

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After how well Casper Ware

After how well Casper Ware has performed this summer - he is bound to make the team

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Dont forget they can also

Dont forget they can also sign undrafted players from other SL sqauds. The competition will be fierce to get on this tanking 76ers team and establish an NBA role.

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