No. Player Pos. Ht. Wt. Age School Exp.
0 SPENCER HAWES C 7-1 245 23 Washington 4
Good offensive skills, not intimidating on defense. Would be a big help if he posed a scoring threat.
4 TONY BATTIE C 6-11 240 35 Texas Tech 13
A big body who can eat up fouls and cause a little havoc under the basket; won't play much.
5 ANDRES NOCIONI F 6-7 225 32 Argentina 7
His minutes would have to come from Turner, Holiday, Meeks, or Williams. So very hard to come by.
8 NIKOLA VUCEVIC F-C 7-0 240 21 USC R
The rookie's best chance at playing time is scoring, where the Sixers are a little lacking in front court.
9 ANDRE IGUODALA G-F 6-6 207 27 Arizona 7
Needs a bounce-back season in scoring column for Sixers to contend. Has 20 ppg potential.
11 JRUE HOLIDAY G 6-4 180 21 UCLA 2
Emerging floor leader, he's still very young but has look of an elite NBA point guard in the (near?) future.
12 EVAN TURNER G-F 6-7 205 23 Ohio State 1
Team feels he's improved since so-so rookie year. Can he shoot? And was he worth the No. 2 pick?
16 MARREESE SPEIGHTS F-C 6-10 255 24 Florida 3
Earns added patience because his upside appears to be high at times. But clock is ticking fourth year in.
20 JODIE MEEKS G 6-4 208 24 Kentucky 2
May become an offensive spark off the bench this season after starting at two-guard most of last season.
21 THADDEUS YOUNG F 6-8 220 23 Georgia Tech 4
Flourished in sixth-man role under Collins. Has ability to change games with his energy, athleticism.
23 LOUIS WILLIAMS G 6-1 175 25 S.Gwinnett HS Ga 6
A pure scorer, he gets minutes with his shooting and smarts. Will be part of a lot of three-guard lineups.
33 CRAIG BRACKINS F 6-10 230 24 Iowa State 1
He didn't make much of an impact as a rookie. Playing time is available if he shows team something.
42 ELTON BRAND F 6-9 254 32 Duke 12
Huge comeback year under Collins, he's a statesman on this team and by far its best interior presence.
50 LAVOY ALLEN F 6-9 225 22 Temple R