3 76ers Who Won’t Be in Philly By the End of the Season

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3. Tobias Harris

Tobias Harris has played for five teams over the years but has played more games in a 76ers jersey (308) than any other team. While the former 2011 first-rounder has been a fan favorite throughout his tenure, his contract has become a burden.

Harris is set to make just north of $39.2 million this season, according to Spotrac. While that’s a fair cost for a perennial All-Star in 2023, the 31-year-old isn’t close to being at that level.

His 14.7 PPG and 5.7 RPG in 2022-23 were among the worst marks of his career. There are players out there who can contribute similar numbers for a fraction of the cost.

While Harris’ contract wasn’t exactly moveable in past years, that’s no longer the case. He’s a free agent next summer, meaning any interested teams — whether they believe he can bounce back or need an extra body — won’t be stuck with an expensive long-term commitment.

It was reported earlier this offseason that multiple teams have called the 76ers about Harris’ availability, adding more fuel to a potential departure. Chances are that any return Morey can get for the declining veteran now will be better than it would be near the trade deadline.

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