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Philadelphia 76ers Salary Archive – 2017/18

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Name 2017-18
J.J. Redick $23,000,000
Robert Covington $16,698,103
Amir Johnson $11,000,000
Trevor Booker (waived) $8,725,000
Jerryd Bayless $9,000,000
Markelle Fultz $7,026,240
Ben Simmons $6,168,840
Joel Embiid $6,100,266
Dario Saric $2,422,560
Justin Anderson $1,579,440
Richaun Holmes $1,471,382
T.J. McConnell $1,471,382
Furkan Korkmaz $1,465,920
Timothe Luwawu $1,386,600
Gerald Henderson (waived) $1,000,000
Tibor Pleiss (waived) $500,000
Marco Belinelli $490,461
Ersan Ilyasova $357,454
Larry Drew II (expired 10-day) $74,159
Demetrius Jackson (two-way)
Total $99,937,807

2017-18 Team-By-Team Salary Summary

Quick: Spent over the cap.

Salary Cap: $99,093,000

Luxury Tax Threshold: $119,266,000


  • Room Exception: $4,328,000

2016/17 Roster Count: 15 guaranteed, one two-way

Depth Chart*:
PG: Ben Simmons, T.J. McConnell, Markelle Fultz, Demetrius Jackson (two-way)
SG: J.J. Redick, Jerryd Bayless, Marco Belinelli, Furkan Korkmaz
SF: Robert Covington, Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot, Justin Anderson
PF: Dario Saric, Ersan Ilyasova
C: Joel Embiid, Richaun Holmes, Amir Johnson

*Note: Teams often adjust their depth chart throughout the season, sometimes game by game.

Note: Players can waive their trade bonuses.

G-League Affiliate: Delaware Blue Coats (Elton Brand general manager, Eugene Burroughs coach)

Two-Way Contracts: Demetrius Jackson (one-year)

Two-Way Daily Rate in NBA/G-League: $4,608/$528

Coaching Staff

Head Coach: Brett Brown (four-year deal, starting for 2013-14 season; two-year extension)

Assistants: Jim O’Brien, Kevin Young, John Bryant (player development), Alvin Williams (player development), John Townsend (shooting coach), Chris Babcock (assistant director of player development)

Trainers: Kevin N. Johnson, Jesse Wright (strength and conditioning)

Basketball Executives:

  • Jerry Colangelo — chairman of basketball operations
  • Bryan Colangelo — president of basketball operations
  • Marc Eversley — vice president of player personnel
  • Ben Falk — vice president of basketball strategy
  • Ned Cohen — vice president of basketball operations and chief of staff
  • Vince Rozman — senior director of basketball operations

Pick Swaps

  • 2018 — Owed first-rounder from Los Angeles Lakers (Steve Nash, Brandon Knight). Philadelphia owes the selection to Boston Celtics if two through five (Markelle Fultz).
  • 2018 — Owed second-rounder from Los Angeles Clippers (Byron Mullens), which can be swapped with the New York Knicks at Sixers’ discretion (Travis Outlaw). Clippers pick would re-route to Denver Nuggets if swapped with New York (Emmanuel Mudiay).
  • 2018 — Owed second-rounder from Houston Rockets (Shawn Long).
  • 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). If 2018 Lakers first not conveyed, Celtics receive higher of the Kings and Sixers firsts (top pick protected, Markelle Fultz).
  • 2019 — Owed second-rounder from Milwaukee Bucks (or Sacramento Kings, whichever is the higher pick; Luc Richard Mbah a Moute, Jason Kidd, Marquis Teague).
  • 2020 — Owed second-rounder from Brooklyn Nets (Andrei Kirilenko).
  • 2020 — Owed second-rounder from New York Knicks (Guillermo Hernangomez). Lower of Brooklyn/Nets pick to Orlando Magic (Anzejs Pasecniks).
  • 2020 — Owed second-rounder from Dallas Mavericks (Nerlens Noel).
  • 2021 — Owed second-rounder from New York Knicks (Guillermo Hernangomez).

Cash Paid ($5.1 million max): $0

Cash Received ($5.1 million max): $3.2 million from Los Angeles Clippers (Jawun Evans); $1.9 million from Milwaukee Bucks (Sterling Brown) — $0 remaining


  • 6/12/17 — Picked up team option on Robert Covington.
  • 6/19/17 — Traded the 3rd overall pick in the 2017 NBA Draft along with the Los Angeles Lakers’ 2018 first-rounder (two through five) to the Boston Celtics, otherwise Boston receives the higher pick between the Sacramento Kings’ 2019 first-rounder (top pick protected) or Philadelphia’s 2019 first-rounder (top pick protected) for the top overall pick in 2017.
  • 6/22/17 — Drafted Markelle Fultz (1st), Jonah Bolden (36th), Juwan Evans (39th, reportedly traded to Los Angeles Clippers) and Sterling Brown (46th).
  • 6/22/17 — Traded a protected 2020 Oklahoma City Thunder first-rounder and a 2020 second-rounder (the lower of the Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks picks) to Orlando Magic for the rights to Anzejs Pasecniks (25th).
  • 6/28/17 — Traded Shawn Long to Houston Rockets for $100,000 and a 2018 second rounder.
  • 7/4/17 — Signed Furkan Korkmaz (2016-26th) to a $10,997,362 rookie-scale contract.
  • 7/6/17 — Traded Jawun Evans (2017-39th) to Los Angeles Clippers for $3.2 million.
  • 7/6/17 — Traded Sterling Brown (2017-46th) to Milwaukee Bucks for $1.9 million.
  • 7/9/17 — Renounced the rights to Sergio Rodriguez, Tiago Splitter, Charles Jenkins and Byron Mullens.
  • 7/8/17 — Signed Markelle Fultz (2017-1st) to a $37,400,017 rookie-scale contract.
  • 7/8/17 — Signed J.J. Redick to a one-year, $23.0 million contract.
  • 7/8/17 — Signed Amir Johnson to a one-year, $11.0 million contract.
  • 8/9/17 — Robert Covington’s salary guaranteed at $53,547 for 2017-18.
  • 8/29/17 — Signed James McAdoo to a one-year, two-way contract.
  • 8/29/17 — Signed James Blackmon Jr. to a non-guaranteed one-year, $815,615 summer contract with exhibits nine and 10.
  • 9/22/17 — Signed Jacob Pullen to a non-guaranteed one-year, $815,615 summer contract.
  • 9/23/17 — Signe Emeka Okafor to a non-guaranteed one-year, $2,328,652 summer contract with exhibit nine.
  • 9/23/17 — Signed Kris Humphries to a non-guaranteed one-year, $2,328,652 summer contract with exhibit nine.
  • 10/10/17 — Signed Joel Embiid to a five-year, maximum designated rookie player extension at a projected $146,450,00 (with injury salary protections).
  • 10/14/17 — Converted Jacob Pullen’s contract to a two-way.
  • 10/14/17 — Signed Marc Loving to a non-guaranteed one-year, $815,615 summer contract.
  • 10/14/17 — Signed James Webb to a non-guaranteed one-year, $815,615 summer contract.
  • 10/14/17 — Signed Andrew Andrews to a non-guaranteed one-year, $815,615 summer contract.
  • 10/31/17 — Picked up team options for Justin Anderson, Dario Saric, Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot and Ben Simmons.
  • 10/31/17 — Declined team option for Jahlil Okafor.
  • 11/17/17 — Renegotiated and extended Robert Covington’s contract to a five-year, $63,577,230 deal.
  • 12/7/17 — Traded Jahlil Okafor, Nik Stauskas and a second-rounder to Brooklyn Nets for Trevor Booker.
  • 1/4/18 — Signed James Young to a one-year, two-way contract.
  • 1/10/18 — T.J. McConnell and Richaun Holmes’ $1,471,382 guaranteed for 2017-18.
  • 1/15/18 — Signed Demetrius Jackson to a one-year, two-way contract.
  • 1/23/18 — Signed Larry Drew to a 10-day, $74,159 contract.
  • 2/12/18 — Signed Marco Belinelli for the rest of the season at $776,217.
  • 2/28/18 — Signed Ersan Ilyasova for the rest of the season at $565,718.

Waived Players: Gerald Henderson, James Blackmon Jr., Kris Humphries, Emeka Okafor, Marc Loving, James Webb, Andrew Andrews, Jacob Pullen, James McAdoo (two-way), Trevor Booker, James Young (two-way)

Traded Players: Jahlil Okafor, Nik Stauskas

Expired 10-Day Contracts: Larry Drew II

Unsigned Draft Picks

  • First-rounders: Anzejs Pasecniks (2017-25th, cap hold $1,516,200)
  • Second-rounders: Jonah Bolden (2017-36th), Mathias Lessort (2017-50th), Vasilije Micic (2014-52nd)

Arena: Wells Fargo Center Philadelphia

Free Agents (with Cap Holds)

  • None

Non-Guaranteed Salaries

  • None

Trade Kickers

  • J.J. Redick — 15 percent

Note: Players can waive their trade bonuses.


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(Updated on 5/10/18)

Eric Pincus is a Senior Writer for Basketball Insiders, with a focus on the business side of the game.