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Point guard Trey Burke has signed a one-year deal with the Philadelphia 76ers. Because the Sixers lack depth at point guard behind Ben Simmons, Burke has a chance to play a decent role on this team if he's able to beat out Shake Milton for minutes. Burke should be able to do that. Still, he doesn't have much fantasy value outside of deeper leagues, because the Sixers are going to rely heavily on their starting five and give Josh Richardson some time at the point.
The Philadelphia 76ers have re-signed forward Furkan Korkmaz to a two-year deal. Korkmaz appeared in 48 games for the Sixers last year and started in seven of those. He shot just 32.6 percent from three, averaging 5.8 points and 2.2 rebounds per game. Philadelphia is deeper this year, which makes it hard to see how Korkmaz fits into the team's plans, but with the first year of his contract fully guaranteed, he'll very likely be on the final roster as the 11th or 12th man. Korkmaz should not be drafted in fantasy.
Forwarded Mike Scott has agreed to resign with the Philadelphia 76ers, per Shams Charania of The Athletic. Scott will sign a two-year deal worth $9.8 million. Scott has been a solid, efficient backup forward over the past couple years and should continue to thrive in his role. The Sixers resigned forward Tobias Harris to a max contract, likely leaving Scott as first forward off the bench. Scott has historically contributed more for his NBA team than for fantasy teams and should be left on the wire outside of very deep leagues.
The Philadelphia 76ers and forward Tobias Harris have reportedly agreed to a five-year deal for Harris to return to the Sixers. Harris played 27 regular season games with the Sixers last year, averaging 18.2 points and 7.9 rebounds per game in those contests. With J.J. Redick heading to New Orleans and Jimmy Butlers future still up in the air, there are potential openings for Harris to take on an even bigger role next year. If Butler doesnt return, Harris is the third option in Philadelphia and will likely be used more as a shooter like Redick. If Butler does return, Harris is likely looking at a role that resembles what he had last season. Either way, hes going to give the Sixers solid and consistent production, making him a high-floor fantasy option. Keep an eye on how the Butler situation develops to see how it impacts Harris.
Free agent shooting guard J.J. Redick has agreed to a deal with the New Orleans Pelicans, ending the sharp shooters Philadelphia tenure. In theory, Redick provides the Pelicans with a great spot up shooting option who can help a young team take a step forward, but Redick shot below 40 percent on threes for the first time since the 2013-2014 season last year. He still hit 39.7 percent of those attempts, but its possible Redick is nearing the point in his career where he spots being as effective. Even with that issue, though, hes better than Josh Hart and will likely be the first man off the Sixers bench or start at the two if the team moves Jrue Holiday back to point guard or trades Holiday. Redick will get plenty of chances to prove that hes still an elite shooter and should provide solid fantasy value.