4. Tobias Harris
The 76ers are keeping their cap sheet clean for the summer of 2024. They did not extend Tyrese Maxey, which leaves Joel Embiid and Jaden Springer as the only guaranteed contracts on their books for next season. They want to build a title challenger around the reigning MVP, and the franchise is searching for a third star.
Philly is most likely to send out the expiring contracts that they acquired for James Harden if they can land a top-end talent, but crazier things have happened. The Bucks just traded Jrue Holiday to get Damian Lillard. If the right player becomes available, the Sixers would send out Tobias Harris.
Could the Bucks make a three-team deal or acquire him from another team like the Celtics did for Holiday? Harris would give Milwaukee some size, scoring, and floor spacing. He can get 18 points and seven rebounds each night while shooting 40 percent from 3-point range.
Tobi was drafted by the Bucks in 2011 and spent his first season and a half in Milwaukee before being traded to Orlando at the 2013 deadline. He could return to Cream City if the 76ers get aggressive in acquiring a star. Harris would be a fantastic fit next to Giannis Antetokounmpo and Damian Lillard and has a strong track record of staying healthy.