The Sixers are busy just days before the start of training camp.
The team plans to sign veteran forward Kris Humphries to a non-guaranteed deal, according to The Vertical.
Humphries fits with the Sixers' plan for a versatile system. At 6-foot-9, he can knock down a long-range shot. Last season on the Hawks, he averaged 42.9 percent from 16 feet from the rim to the three-point line and 35.2 percent from three, according to Basketball-Reference.com.
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Humphries also averaged 3.7 boards in 12.3 minutes. The 32-year-old is entering his 14th NBA season and will add to the Sixers' growing group of veteran players.
The Sixers also signed 6-foot-1 guard Jacob Pullen, who was a member of BC Khimki in the VTB United League (Russia) last season. Pullen, 27, also has played in Italy, Israel, Spain, and Croatia. He was a standout at Kansas State (2007-11) and reached the NCAA Tournament in three of his four seasons.
Pullen has been getting acclimated to the city. Earlier this month, he tweeted:
Philly traffic not that bad— Jacob Pullen (@Jpullz0) September 11, 2017
The Sixers will hold their media day Monday and open training camp Tuesday.