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Post#101 » by PhilasFinest » Wed Jul 31, 2019 9:01 pm

I've been on board with signing Burke all off-season for a bench scoring/backup pg role......but I love all the comparisons of a min salary journeymen to arguably the greatest Sixer ever lol.
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Post#102 » by Aussiepiston1 » Thu Aug 1, 2019 12:29 pm

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Post#103 » by ankle420breaker » Thu Aug 1, 2019 12:54 pm

Feeling more comfortable about our bench with this signing. Trey should immediately be our most reliable scoring option on the 2nd unit and Scott is also capable of going for big nights here and there. If those two can produce offensively and we get steady contributions from Zhaire, Thybulle, and Ennis we'll be in good shape.

Kork, Neto, and O'Quinn are solid situational reserves that we'll be able plug and play when needed.

I still think Shayok impresses and ends up getting his contract guaranteed at some point in the season. It wouldn't surprise me to see him in the regular rotation as the playoffs approach.



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Post#104 » by youngcrev » Thu Aug 1, 2019 3:28 pm

ankle420breaker wrote:Feeling more comfortable about our bench with this signing. Trey should immediately be our most reliable scoring option on the 2nd unit and Scott is also capable of going for big nights here and there. If those two can produce offensively and we get steady contributions from Zhaire, Thybulle, and Ennis we'll be in good shape.

Kork, Neto, and O'Quinn are solid situational reserves that we'll be able plug and play when needed.

I still think Shayok impresses and ends up getting his contract guaranteed at some point in the season. It wouldn't surprise me to see him in the regular rotation as the playoffs approach.



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I'm not in love with the bench, but they are at least way deeper than they were last year. Scott feels like the only bench guy that's a lock to have a large role.

It'll be interesting to see how the backup PG rotation shakes out. I'm expecting Neto to win the job as Ben's primary backup for the Embiid lineups, though maybe they go with Burke as a secondary ball handler in the Simmons splits.
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Post#105 » by ankle420breaker » Thu Aug 1, 2019 3:56 pm

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ankle420breaker wrote:Feeling more comfortable about our bench with this signing. Trey should immediately be our most reliable scoring option on the 2nd unit and Scott is also capable of going for big nights here and there. If those two can produce offensively and we get steady contributions from Zhaire, Thybulle, and Ennis we'll be in good shape.

Kork, Neto, and O'Quinn are solid situational reserves that we'll be able plug and play when needed.

I still think Shayok impresses and ends up getting his contract guaranteed at some point in the season. It wouldn't surprise me to see him in the regular rotation as the playoffs approach.



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I'm not in love with the bench, but they are at least way deeper than they were last year. Scott feels like the only bench guy that's a lock to have a large role.

It'll be interesting to see how the backup PG rotation shakes out. I'm expecting Neto to win the job as Ben's primary backup for the Embiid lineups, though maybe they go with Burke as a secondary ball handler in the Simmons splits.
Agreed, still far from being totally satisfied with the bench, but slightly encouraged that we've managed to improve it given what we had to work with. Hopefully we're aggressive on the buyout market throughout the season.

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Post#106 » by Sixerscan » Thu Aug 1, 2019 4:11 pm

youngcrev wrote:
ankle420breaker wrote:Feeling more comfortable about our bench with this signing. Trey should immediately be our most reliable scoring option on the 2nd unit and Scott is also capable of going for big nights here and there. If those two can produce offensively and we get steady contributions from Zhaire, Thybulle, and Ennis we'll be in good shape.

Kork, Neto, and O'Quinn are solid situational reserves that we'll be able plug and play when needed.

I still think Shayok impresses and ends up getting his contract guaranteed at some point in the season. It wouldn't surprise me to see him in the regular rotation as the playoffs approach.



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I'm not in love with the bench, but they are at least way deeper than they were last year. Scott feels like the only bench guy that's a lock to have a large role.

It'll be interesting to see how the backup PG rotation shakes out. I'm expecting Neto to win the job as Ben's primary backup for the Embiid lineups, though maybe they go with Burke as a secondary ball handler in the Simmons splits.


I assume throughout the season there will be times with Burke, Neto and maybe even Shake flip flop into the backup 1 role. Ditto with Ennis/Zhaire/Thybulle in terms of who gets the most backup wing minutes.
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Post#107 » by mithrandir17 » Thu Aug 1, 2019 4:26 pm

ankle420breaker wrote:Feeling more comfortable about our bench with this signing. Trey should immediately be our most reliable scoring option on the 2nd unit and Scott is also capable of going for big nights here and there. If those two can produce offensively and we get steady contributions from Zhaire, Thybulle, and Ennis we'll be in good shape.

Kork, Neto, and O'Quinn are solid situational reserves that we'll be able plug and play when needed.

I still think Shayok impresses and ends up getting his contract guaranteed at some point in the season. It wouldn't surprise me to see him in the regular rotation as the playoffs approach.

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The roster count currently stands at 15. They would have to cut someone in order to give a guaranteed contract to Shayok. He would have to really impress Brand for him to cut someone and by impressing Brand, it should be in a sixers uniform and not via G-league games.
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Post#108 » by ankle420breaker » Thu Aug 1, 2019 4:31 pm

mithrandir17 wrote:
ankle420breaker wrote:Feeling more comfortable about our bench with this signing. Trey should immediately be our most reliable scoring option on the 2nd unit and Scott is also capable of going for big nights here and there. If those two can produce offensively and we get steady contributions from Zhaire, Thybulle, and Ennis we'll be in good shape.

Kork, Neto, and O'Quinn are solid situational reserves that we'll be able plug and play when needed.

I still think Shayok impresses and ends up getting his contract guaranteed at some point in the season. It wouldn't surprise me to see him in the regular rotation as the playoffs approach.

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The roster count currently stands at 15. They would have to cut someone in order to give a guaranteed contract to Shayok. He would have to really impress Brand for him to cut someone and by impressing Brand, it should be in a sixers uniform and not via G-league games.
I realize that. Whose to say he doesn't outplay guys like Shake, Bolden, or Korkmaz? There's also a strong likelihood that we'll make moves throughout the season causing roster spots to become available.

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Post#109 » by 76ciology » Thu Aug 1, 2019 5:18 pm

Out of our starting unit, only Tobi and Biid are natural scorers. I’d say Jrich, Ben and Al are limited as scorers. Trey Burke is our extra punch when we can squeeze out offense from our starting unit.

Burke can run 2man game with anyone of our starting unit, outside JRich.
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Post#110 » by ivysixer2000 » Thu Aug 1, 2019 6:27 pm

ankle420breaker wrote:
mithrandir17 wrote:
ankle420breaker wrote:Feeling more comfortable about our bench with this signing. Trey should immediately be our most reliable scoring option on the 2nd unit and Scott is also capable of going for big nights here and there. If those two can produce offensively and we get steady contributions from Zhaire, Thybulle, and Ennis we'll be in good shape.

Kork, Neto, and O'Quinn are solid situational reserves that we'll be able plug and play when needed.

I still think Shayok impresses and ends up getting his contract guaranteed at some point in the season. It wouldn't surprise me to see him in the regular rotation as the playoffs approach.

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The roster count currently stands at 15. They would have to cut someone in order to give a guaranteed contract to Shayok. He would have to really impress Brand for him to cut someone and by impressing Brand, it should be in a sixers uniform and not via G-league games.
I realize that. Whose to say he doesn't outplay guys like Shake, Bolden, or Korkmaz? There's also a strong likelihood that we'll make moves throughout the season causing roster spots to become available.

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This is the Sixers.....there is also a strong likelihood there is an injury in those 15 guys....like tomorrow.

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Post#111 » by Sixerscan » Thu Aug 1, 2019 6:42 pm

ivysixer2000 wrote:
ankle420breaker wrote:
mithrandir17 wrote:The roster count currently stands at 15. They would have to cut someone in order to give a guaranteed contract to Shayok. He would have to really impress Brand for him to cut someone and by impressing Brand, it should be in a sixers uniform and not via G-league games.
I realize that. Whose to say he doesn't outplay guys like Shake, Bolden, or Korkmaz? There's also a strong likelihood that we'll make moves throughout the season causing roster spots to become available.

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This is the Sixers.....there is also a strong likelihood there is an injury in those 15 guys....like tomorrow.

Just sayin


They still count towards the 15 unless they get cut.

I assume the plan with Shayok is similar to the plan with Shake. Even if he plays well I assume they'll want to wait until next year and sign him then. Keep in mind he can only sign a 2 year deal at this point, so signing him this year would make him a free agent in 2021.
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Post#112 » by ankle420breaker » Thu Aug 1, 2019 7:35 pm

Sixerscan wrote:
ivysixer2000 wrote:
ankle420breaker wrote:I realize that. Whose to say he doesn't outplay guys like Shake, Bolden, or Korkmaz? There's also a strong likelihood that we'll make moves throughout the season causing roster spots to become available.

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This is the Sixers.....there is also a strong likelihood there is an injury in those 15 guys....like tomorrow.

Just sayin


They still count towards the 15 unless they get cut.

I assume the plan with Shayok is similar to the plan with Shake. Even if he plays well I assume they'll want to wait until next year and sign him then. Keep in mind he can only sign a 2 year deal at this point, so signing him this year would make him a free agent in 2021.
Didn't factor that in. Changes things.

That being said-- they probably should wait until next year...

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Post#113 » by 76ciology » Wed Aug 7, 2019 5:43 pm

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Build around this guy and let Embiid focus on defense and be Mutombo. :lol:

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