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HEAD COACH: Doc Rivers
VENUE: Wells Fargo Center - 3601 S. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19148
CAPACITY: 20,478
  • PG: Point Guard
  • SG: Shooting Guard
  • SF: Small Forward
  • PF: Power Forward
  • C: Center

Top philadelphia 76ers Depth Chart Questions

Who Is The 76ers' 6th Man?

One of the most important issues newly-hired head coach Doc Rivers needs to address is the team's rotation. This includes Philly's Sixth Man, which, based on history, is something that Rivers considers to be an important aspect of his teams.

The 76ers can go ahead and sign a new player this offseason to serve as the team's new Sixth Man, but they could also go with a player that's already on their roster -- Shake Milton.

The incoming third year combo guard was outstanding for the Sixers last season, averaging 9.4 points, 2.2 rebounds, and 2.6 assists, while knocking down 1.5 triples per game on a 43.0-percent clip. His numbers, however, do not tell the whole story. Milton broke out when Ben Simmons went down, and he went on a five-game scoring binge where he averaged 22.0 points per game -- including a 39-point gem of a performance against Rivers' Clippers.

Milton is far from a finished product, but he also has the makings of a formidable defender. If given the chance, he could prove to be a great Sixth Man for the Sixers.

What Is The 76ers’ Starting Lineup?

In a perfect world where there are no injury concerns for any of their top guys, the Sixers figure to send out a starting five of Ben Simmons, Seth Curry, Danny Green, Tobias Harris, and Joel Embiid, with Shake Milton and Dwight Howard playing prominent roles off the bench.