Philadelphia 76ers Team Salary
Quick: $7.0 million in cap space
Projected 2016-17 Cap Space: $48.4-$59.9 million
- Room: $2,814,000
2016/17 Roster Count: Six guaranteed, four non-guaranteed, one team option
Unsigned Draft Picks
- First-rounders: Ben Simmons (2016-1st, cap hold $4,919,300), Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot (2016-24th, cap hold $1,105,800), Furkan Korkmaz (2016th-26th, cap hold $1,026,300), Dario Saric (2014-12th, cap hold $1,931,900)
- Second-rounders: Vasilije Micic (2014-52nd), Chukwudiebere Maduabum (2011-56th)
- Bird: Isaiah Canaan (restricted)
- Early Bird: Charles Jenkins*
- Non-Bird: Ish Smith, Elton Brand, Christian Wood (restricted), Byron Mullens*
* Cannot be used in a sign and trade because they were not active players in the NBA last season.
Players only restricted if team gives qualifying offers.
Non-Guaranteed Salaries: Kendall Marshall ($2,048,257), Robert Covington ($1,015,696), Jerami Gran ($980,431), T.J. McConnell ($874,636)
Options: Hollis Thompson ($1,015,696, also non-guaranteed)
Qualifying Offers: Isaiah Canaan ($1,215,696), Christian Wood ($1,045,059)
PG: T.J. McConnell, Kendall Marshall
SG: Nik Stauskas
SF: Hollis Thompson, Robert Covington
PF: Nerlens Noel, Richaun Holmes, Jerami Grant, Carl Landry
C: Jahlil Okafor, Joel Embiid
*Note: Teams often adjust their depth chart throughout the season, sometimes game by game.
2017/18 Rookie-Scale Options: Joel Embiid ($6,100,266), Jahlil Okafor ($4,995,120), Nik Stauskas ($3,807,147)
Rookie Scale Extension Eligible: Nerlens Noel
- 6/29/16 — Team option on Hollis Thompson.
- 6/30/16 — Qualifying offer deadlines for Isaiah Canaan and Christian Wood.
- 7/1/16-7/6/16 — NBA annual moratorium.
- 7/7/16 — Free agent signing period begins.
- 8/9/16 – Robert Covington’s salary guarantees for $50k for 16/17.
- 9/2/16 — Kendall Marshall’s $2.0 million guarantees for 16/17.
- 10/31/16 — Team options for Joel Embiid, Jahlil Okafor and Nik Stauskas.
- 10/31/16 — Extension deadline for Nerlens Noel.
- 1/10/17 — Hollis Thompson and Robert Covington’s $1.0 million guarantee for 16/17.
- 1/10/17 — Jerami Grant’s $980k guarantee for 16/17.
- 1/10/17 — T.J. McConnell’s $875k guarantees for 16/17.
- 6/29/17 — Team options on Robert Covington and Jerami Grant.
- 6/30/17 — Qualifying offer deadline for Nerlens Noel.
- 8/9/17 — Robert Covington’s salary guarantees for $53,547 for 17/18.
- 8/17/17 — Kendall Marshall’s $2.0 million guarantees for 17/18.
- 10/31/17 — Team option for Jahlil Okafor.
- 10/31/17 — Extension deadlines for Joel Embiid and Nik Stauskas.
- 1/10/18 — Robert Covington and Jerami Grant’s $1.1 million guarantee for 17/18.
- 1/10/18 — T.J. McConnell and Richaun Holmes’ $1.0 million guarantee for 17/18.
- 6/29/18 — Team options on Richaun Holmes and T.J. McConnell.
- 6/30/18 — Qualifying offer deadlines for Joel Embiid and Nik Stauskas.
- 8/1/18 — Kendall Marshall’s $1.9 million guarantees for 18/19.
- 10/31/18 — Extension deadlines for Jahlil Okafor.
- 1/10/19 — T.J. McConnell and Richaun Holmes’ $1.0 million guarantee for 18/19.
- 6/30/19 — Qualifying offer deadline for Jahlil Okafor.
Teams and players can renegotiate guarantee dates. The NBA’s general cut-down date is approximately January 10.
Waived Players: None
Traded Players: None
Expired 10-Day Contracts: None
Head Coach: Brett Brown (four-year deal, starting for 2013/14 season; two-year extension)
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)
- Jerry Colangelo — Chairman of Basketball Operations
- Bryan Colangelo — President of Basketball Operations
- Marc Eversley — Vice President of Player Personnel
- Brandon Williams — Vice President of Basketball Administration
- Sachin Gupta — Vice President of Basketball Operations
- Ben Falk — Vice President of Basketball Strategy
- Ned Cohen — Associate Vice President and Chief of Staff
- 2017 — Owed first-rounder (top-three protected, unprotected in 2018) from Los Angeles Lakers (Steve Nash, Brandon Knight).
- 2017 — Have the right to swap first-rounders with Sacramento Kings (Nik Stauskas), provided the Kings’ pick is in the top-10.
- 2017 — Owe second-rounder to New Orleans Pelicans (Ish Smith).
- 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 first-rounder from Sacramento Kings (Nik Stauskas).
- 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)
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 — $980,431 (Non-Bird)
- Charles Jenkins — $980,431 (Early Bird)
For notes on some of the rules and an explanation of cap holds, please refer to the following Salary Notes.
Salary and team data changes quite often. If you notice a discrepancy, please notify Basketball Insiders Senior Writer Eric Pincus.
(Updated on 6/24/16)