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)

Alan is an expert gambling writer who works as one of the chief editors for Basketball Insiders. He has been covering online gambling and sports betting for over 8 years, having written for the likes of Sportlens,, The Sports Daily, 90min, and His particular specialisms include US online casinos and gambling regulations, and soccer and basketball betting. Based in London, Alan holds an MA in English Literature and is a passionate supporter of Chelsea FC.