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July 03, 2019

Sixers 2019-20 roster, salary cap breakdown

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Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons.

It's been a little hard to keep up with all the news seemingly breaking at random times throughout the last four days so we've got you covered.

The Sixers have come to terms with 10 players (while also potentially extending an 11th) to build what is resembling a complete roster. Here's a look at the team as currently constructed (salary figures via spotrac.com). Get used to this group of players — they're going to be here for a long time.

PlayerSigned throughAvg SalaryTotalNotes
Tobias Harris2024$36m$180m 
Joel Embiid2023$29.5m$147.7mRookie max ext 
Al Horford2023$27.3m$109m$109m is an estimate
Josh Richardson2022$10.4m$42mPlayer option in '21
Ben Simmons2020*$6.6m$26.6m 
Mike Scott2021$4.9m$9.8m 
 Jonah Bolden2022$1.75m$7m 
Shake Milton2023$1.7m$3.4m 
Zhaire Smith2022$2.8m$5.7mClub options in '20, '21
James Ennis2021$2.1m$4.1mPlayer option in '20
 Kyle O'Quinn2020$2m$2m 
 Raul Neto2020$1.7m$1.7m 
Norvell Pelle2020Two-way deal  
 Mattise Thybulle2023$2.6m$5.3mClub options in '21, '22

*Simmons has reportedly been offered a five-year, $170 million extension

 The team for all intents and purposes has used all of it's cap space.


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