Thursday, July 30, 2015

The list

We're less than two days until the bank opens.

When the clock strikes midnight on Tuesday, the Sixers have about $11 million to spend in one of the most important offseasons in recent years.

Only Memphis has nearly as much money to sp

The list

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We're less than two days until the bank opens.

When the clock strikes midnight on Tuesday, the Sixers have about $11 million to spend in one of the most important offseasons in recent years.

Only Memphis has nearly as much money to spend as the Sixers.

"We will be active on July 1," GM Ed Stefanski said Thursday night. "We've got to see if we can do something with the opportunity we have. We have a chance to use that money to get someone."

Here's the list of free agents, the most recent available leading up to Tuesday. Obviously, there's a lot to be decided before July 1. Elton Brand, a name the 76ers would very much be interested in, has a $16 million player option that he must decide on.

And then there's restricted free agents like Josh Smith, Luol Deng and Andris Biedrins.

So before the list of players who opt out and are restricted is finalized, what does your ideal offseason for the 76ers look like?

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