Philadelphia 76ers Team Salary
Quick: Up to approximately $13.7 million.
Projected 2016-17 Cap Space: $41.1-$55.5 million
- Room: $2,814,000
Roster Count: 10 guaranteed, six non/partially-guaranteed
PG: T.J. McConnell, Isaiah Canaan, Phil Pressey, Tony Wroten Jr. (injured), Kendall Marshall (injured)
SG: Nik Stauskas, JaKarr Sampson
SF: Jerami Grant, Hollis Thompson, Robert Covington (injured)
PF: Nerlens Noel, Richaun Holmes, Carl Landry
C: Jahlil Okafor, Christian Wood, Joel Embiid (injured)
*Note: Teams often adjust their depth chart throughout the season, sometimes game by game.
- 12/15/15 — The no-trade restriction lifts on Christian Wood, Kendall Marshall and Scottie Wilbekin.
- 12/22/15 — The no-trade restriction lifts on T.J. McConnell.
- 1/5/16 — 10-day contracts may be signed.
- 1/10/16 — Robert Covington $1.0 million guarantee for 15/16.
- 1/10/16 — Hollis Thompson’s $947k guarantees for 15/16.
- 1/10/16 — Phil Pressey’s $903k guarantees for 15/16.
- 1/10/16 — JaKarr Sampson’s $845k guarantees for 15/16.
- 1/10/16 — T.J. McConnell and Christian Wood’s $525k guarantee for 15/16.
- 2/4/16 — The no-trade restriction lifts on Phil Pressey.
- 2/18/16 — NBA trade deadline.
- 5/17/16 — 2016 NBA draft lottery.
- 6/23/16 — 2016 NBA Draft.
- 7/1/16-7/11/16 — NBA annual moratorium.
- 7/12/16 — Free agent signing period begins.
- 9/2/16 — Kendall Marshall’s $2.0 million guarantees for 16/17.
- 1/10/17 — Hollis Thompson and Robert Covington’s $1.0 million guarantee for 16/17.
- 1/10/17 — Jerami Grant and JaKarr Sampson’s $980k guarantee for 16/17.
- 1/10/17 — T.J. McConnell and Christian Wood’s $875k guarantee for 16/17.
- 36 days after 2017 moratorium — Kendall Marshall’s $2.0 million guarantees for 17/18.
- 1/10/18 — Robert Covington, JaKarr Sampson and Jerami Grant’s $1.1 million guarantee for 17/18.
- 1/10/18 — T.J. McConnell, Christian Wood and Richaun Holmes’ $1.0 million guarantee for 17/18.
- 1/10/19 — T.J. McConnell, Christian Wood, and Richaun Holmes’ $1.0 million guarantee for 18/19.
- 21 days after 2018 moratorium — Kendall Marshall’s $1.9 million guarantees for 18/19.
Teams and players can renegotiate guarantee dates. The NBA’s general cut-down date is approximately January 10.
- 6/25/15 — Selected Jahlil Okafor with the 3rd pick in the draft.
- 6/25/15 — Traded Guillermo Hernangomez (2015-35th) to New York Knicks for a 2020 second-rounder, a 2021 second-rounder and $1.5 million in cash.
- 6/25/15 — Selected Richaun Holmes with the 37th pick in the draft.
- 6/25/15 — Selected Arturas Gudaitis with the 47th pick in the draft.
- 6/25/15 — Selected J.P. Tokoto with the 58th pick in the draft.
- 6/25/15 — Selected Luka Mitrovic with the 60th pick in the draft.
- 7/6/15 — Signed Jahlil Okafor (2015-3rd) to a $20.7 million rookie-scale contract.
- 7/9/15 — Renounced the rights to Jason Richardson and Thomas Robinson.
- 7/9/15- Traded the rights to Arturas Gudaitis (2015-47th) and Luka Mitrovic (2015-60th) to Sacramento Kings for Carl Landry, Nik Stauskas, Jason Thompson, a 2018 protected first-rounder, and the right to swap 2016 and 2017 first-round picks.
- 7/14/15 — Signed Pierre Jackson to a four-year, partially-guaranteed $3.7 million contract, team option on final season.
- 7/24/15 — Signed Scottie Wilbekin to a four-year, partially-guaranteed ($200k) $3.7 million contract, team option on final season.
- 7/31/15 — Traded Jason Thompson to Golden State Warriors for Gerald Wallace, $1.0 million and the right to swap 2016 first-rounders with lower of Miami Heat or Oklahoma City Thunder’s first-rounders.
- 7/31/15 — Signed Richaun Holmes (2015-37th) to a four-year, partially-guaranteed $4.2 million contract, team option on final season.
- 9/7/15 — Signed J.P. Tokoto (2015-58th) to a non-guaranteed $525k minimum summer contract.
- 9/8/15 — Signed Kendall Marshall to a four-year, partially guaranteed $8.0 million contract.
- 9/16/15 — Signed Christian Wood to a four-year, partially-guaranteed ($50k) $3.5 million minimum contract, team option on final season.
- 9/21/15 — Signed T.J. McConnell to a four-year, partially-guaranteed ($100k) $3.5 million minimum contract, team option on final season.
- 9/23/15 — Signed Jordan McRae (2013-58th) to a non-guaranteed $525k minimum contract.
- 9/27/15 — Renounced the draft rights to Arsalan Kazemi (2013-54th).
- 10/26/15 — Signed Jordan Railey to a non-guaranteed $525k minimum contract.
- 10/30/15 — Picked up team options for Joel Embiid, Nik Stauskas and Nerlens Noel.
- 11/4/15 — Signed Phil Pressey to a non-guaranteed $903k minimum contract via hardship exception.
Waived Players: Gerald Wallace, Furkan Aldemir, Pierre Jackson, Jordan McRae, J.P. Tokoto, Jordan Railey
Unsigned Draft Picks
- First-rounders: Dario Saric (2014-12th)
- Second-rounders: Vasilije Micic (2014-52nd), Chukwudiebere Maduabum (2011-56th)
Head Coach: Brett Brown (four-year deal, starting for 2013/14 season)
Assistants: Lloyd Pierce, Billy Lange, Sean Rooks (player development), Chris Babcock (player development), Eugene Burroughs (player development)
Trainers: Kevin N. Johnson, Jesse Wright (strength and conditioning)
- Sam Hinkie — President & General Manager
- Sachin Gupta — Vice President of Basketball Operations
- Ben Falk — Vice President of Basketball Strategy
- 2016 — Owed first-rounder (top-three protected through 2017, unprotected in 2018) from Los Angeles Lakers (Steve Nash, Brandon Knight).
- 2016 — Owed first-rounder (top-10 protected, unprotected in 2017) from Miami HEAT (LeBron James, Thaddeus Young).
- 2016 — Owed first-rounder (top-15 protected in 2016 and 2017, otherwise converts to 2018 and 2019 second-rounders) from Oklahoma City Thunder (Dion Waiters, Timofey Mozgov, JaVale McGee).
- 2016 — Have the right to swap first-rounders with Sacramento Kings, provided the Sacramento pick isn’t sent to Chicago Bulls (Nik Stauskas).
- 2016 — Have the right to swap the lower of the Miami HEAT first-rounder or Oklahoma City Thunder first-rounder with Golden State Warriors’ first-rounder (Jason Thompson).
- 2016 — Owed second-rounder from Denver Nuggets (Jan Vesely).
- 2016 — Owe second-rounder to Boston Celtics (Arnett Moultrie, Joel Anthony).
- 2017 — Have the right to swap first-rounders with Sacramento Kings (Nik Stauskas).]2018 — Owed first-rounder (top-10 protected, unprotected in 2019) from Sacramento Kings (Nik Stauskas). Pick must convey two years after Kings’ first-round obligation to Chicago Bulls.
- 2018 — Owed second-rounder from Los Angeles Clippers (Byron Mullens), which can be swapped with the New York Knicks at Sixers’ discretion (Travis Outlaw).
- 2018 — Owed second-rounder from Cleveland Cavaliers (Keith Bogans), right to swap with Brooklyn Nets (Andrei Kirilenko).
- 2019 — Owed second-rounder from Milwaukee Bucks (or Sacramento Kings, whichever is the higher pick; Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, Jason Kidd, Marquis Teague).
- 2019 — Owed second-rounder from New York Knicks (Travis Outlaw).
- 2020 — Owed second-rounder from Brooklyn Nets (Andrei Kirilenko).
- 2020 — Owed second-rounder from New York Knicks (Guillermo Hernangomez).
- 2021 — Owed second-rounder from New York Knicks (Guillermo Hernangomez).
Cash Paid ($3.4 million max): $0
Cash Received ($3.4 million max): $1.0 million from Golden State Warriors (Jason Thompson)
- Non-Bird: Byron Mullens*, Charles Jenkins*
* Cannot be used in a sign and trade because they were not active players in the NBA last season.
Note: Players can waive their trade bonuses, under certain circumstances.
Amnesty: Used on Elton Brand.
D-League Affiliate: Delaware 87ers (Head Coach Kevin Young)
- Byron Mullens — $947,276 (Non-Bird)
- Charles Jenkins — $947,276 (Early Bird)
- Dario Saric — $1,866,500 (Unsigned first-rounder, 2014-12th)
For notes on some of the rules and an explanation of cap holds, please refer to the following Salary Notes.
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(Updated on 11/5/15)