Several Philadelphia 76ers players were traded or waived ahead of the 2024 NBA trade deadline. Furkan Korkmaz and Marcus Morris have hit the free agency market, while Danuel House Jr. was also waived after being traded to the Detroit Pistons. Korkmaz, who was traded to the Indiana Pacers, is searching for a new opportunity, potentially even considering resuming his career overseas. Morris, initially thought to be headed to Indiana, has reached a buyout and may join the Minnesota Timberwolves. House's next destination is uncertain, but "multiple contenders" are expected to pursue him.

By the Numbers
  • Korkmaz leaves Philadelphia with 328 games under his belt.
  • House has had stints with several NBA teams, including the Rockets, Sixers, Jazz, Suns, Knicks, and the Wizards.
What's Next

Korkmaz might consider resuming his pro career overseas. "Multiple contenders" are expected to pursue Danuel House Jr., while Marcus Morris is leaning towards joining the Minnesota Timberwolves.

Bottom Line

Several former 76ers players are now exploring their options in the free agency market, with Korkmaz potentially considering a move overseas, and Morris and House attracting interest from multiple teams.