Options. The Sixers have plenty of options when they look to build their roster this offseason.
With the third overall pick, four second rounders and an abundance of cap space, the Sixers have the flexibility to take several different avenues to constructing the 2017-18 team.
“We have a few paths to go here,” Colangelo said. “It’s a little bit of a fork in the road, if you will. We can speed things up by signing a key free agent, we’ll see how that plays out â?¦ As we approach trades, free agency, we’re going to be looking at everything and all those options.
“It’s not that we’re choosing a path, we haven’t signed anyone yet. There are no agreements in place. There are no decisions in that regard. We’re evaluating the free-agent class right now. We’re evaluating the draft class right now. We’re just excited that we’re in a position to add talent one way or the other. With cap space, with the draft, with all the things that we have in front of us, we have good tools. We have good developing talent behind us.”
Possible draft picks
Backcourt or wing? There is a variety of players projected at the third spot.
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