Today we breakdown the top names for the Philadelphia 76ers at the NBA Trade Deadline. Who are the best fits next to Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid? What do the stats look like? Let’s take a look.

Kyle Lowry

  • Catch and shoot 45/109 (41.3%) from the field, 44/108 (40.7%) from 3 point range
  • 0.93 PPP in the PnR as a ball handler (64.7 percentile), 44/106 (41.5%) from the field scoring in the PnR
  • 1.07 PPP scoring in isolation (80.4 percentile), 11/22 (50%) from the field
  • CLUTCH Stats: -26.3 NET, 53.9 TS%, 29.8 USG%, 1.25 AST/TO ratio
  • Fantastic fit next to Ben Simmons in the pick and roll and transition game (1.07 PPP, 52.1 FG%)

Will Barton

  • Catch and shoot 37/87 (42.5%) from the field, 35/85 (41.2%) from 3 point range
  • 0.69 PPP in the PnR as a ball handler (15.9 percentile), 30/78 (38.5%) from the field scoring in the PnR
  • 0.96 PPP scoring in isolation (59.8 percentile), 10/23 (43.5%) from the field
  • CLUTCH Stats: 1.6 NET, 74 TS%, 20.2 USG%, 3.0 AST/TO ratio
  • More than a scorer: 3.1 assists and 4.1 rebounds in less than 30 minutes per game
  • Has a player option for next season worth $14.8M

George Hill

  • Catch and shoot 19/40 (47.5%) from the field, 19/40 (47.5%) from 3 point range
  • 0.82 PPP in the PnR as a ball handler (33.9 percentile), 11/27 (40.7%) from the field scoring in the PnR
  • 1.14 PPP scoring in isolation (87.7 percentile), 8/14 (57.7%) from the field
  • CLUTCH Stats: 19.5 NET, 54.9 TS%, 16 USG%
  • George Hill is making $9.6 million with $1.25 million guaranteed for next season
  • Comes with experience playing next to ball-dominant players

Terrence Ross

  • Catch and shoot 56/147 (38.1%) from the field, 47/128 (36.7%) from 3 point range
  • 0.81 PPP in the PnR as a ball handler (31.4 percentile), 62/173 (35.8%) from the field scoring in the PnR
  • 1.0 PPP scoring in isolation (71 percentile), 5/12 (41.7%) from the field
  • CLUTCH Stats: 5.2 NET, 62.2 TS%, 18.6 USG%, 1.0 AST/TO ratio
  • Not good shooting numbers but one of the more respected bench players in the NBA (ranks 2nd in the league in most points by a player off the bench)
  • 29-years old with plenty of gas in the tank

Wayne Ellington

  • Catch and shoot 49/119 (41.2%) from the field, 47/115 (40.9%) from 3 point range
  • 0.85 PPP in the PnR as a ball handler (39.2 percentile), 4/10 (40%) from the field scoring in the PnR
  • CLUTCH Stats: -26.4 NET, 64.7 TS%, 5.3 USG%
  • Wayne Ellington is signed to the veteran’s minimum of $2.5M.
  • 6.3 attempts per game from 3-point range.

Delon Wright

  • Catch and shoot 24/54 (44.4%) from the field, 23/50 (46%) from 3 point range
  • 0.82 PPP in the PnR as a ball handler (33.5 percentile), 38/95 (40%) from the field scoring in the PnR
  • 0.50 PPP scoring in isolation (4.3 percentile), 2/8 (25%) from the field
  • CLUTCH Stats: -10.9 NET, 48.6 TS%, 9.8 USG%, 6.0 AST/TO ratio
  • 28 years old and younger than the other players on this list
  • Delon Wright earns $9 million this season with $8.5 million guaranteed for next season.

PJ Tucker

  • Catch and shoot 27/87 (31%) from the field, 24/82 (29.3%) from 3 point range
  • 0.60 PPP in the PnR as a roller (3.3 percentile), 5/14 (35.7%) from the field scoring in the PnR
  • CLUTCH Stats: 3.9 NET, 72 TS%, 9.8 USG%
  • The Sixers could add Tucker without giving up players due to the 8.2M trade exception acquired from the Al Horford trade