As an important date approaches, the Philadelphia 76ers are in the midst of getting everything fixed out. The Sixers will begin training camp for the 2021-22 season on September 28, and they must have their affairs in order.
One strategy is to ensure that they have enough roster positions filled and that the players they want are under contract before camp begins.
They made a move on Friday to get rid of Anthony Tolliver, one of the veterans on the roster. The Sixers signed the big man to a pair of 10-day contracts before extending his contract for the rest of the season. He appeared in 11 games for the 76ers, averaging 1.5 points and 0.9 rebounds while shooting 28.6% from outside the arc.
We have waived Anthony Tolliver.— Philadelphia 76ers (@sixers) August 27, 2021
Tolliver was a player who could bring a lot of veteran advice because he had played for so many different teams, but he wasn’t someone who could consistently produce on the floor. The squad is looking for players that can contribute right immediately on the court in order to assist them win a championship.
Source: MSN Sports